Ngoc means precious or precious stone in Vietnamese, and Uyen means wisdom or knowledge. The combined meaning is Preciousness of Wisdom.
The name Uyen is mainly a female given name of Vietnamese origin, meaning “unavailable”.
Linh is a Vietnamese name meaning “soul” or “spirit”. It is the Vietnamese pronunciation of the Chinese character 靈 (líng), which is not used as a surname in China.
The name Huyen is primarily a feminine given name of Vietnamese origin, meaning jet black.
N’win/Ng’win: One syllable. Ng’win comes closest to the correct Vietnamese pronunciation. Noo-yen/Ngoo-yen: Two syllables.
Origin: Irish. Popularity:11843. Meaning:noble, gentle; good looking; lovable, loved.
The name Linh is primarily a gender-neutral name of Vietnamese origin, meaning “unavailable”.
Some of the most common names used by both genders are Anh, Dung, Hanh, Hoa, Hong, Khanh, Lan, Liem, Nhung, Duy, and Xuan. Middle names tend to be more gender specific. The most common middle names are “Thi” for women and “Van” for men. Other common male middle names include Huu, Duc, Xuan, Ngoc, Quang, and Cong.
More people have the surname Ngoc in Vietnam than in any other country or region. It can also be rendered in the variant forms:. Click here for other possible spellings of this surname.
Hoang Phu Ngoc Tuong (a Vietnamese poet) has his surname Hoang Phu (natural compound surname), his middle name is Ngoc and his given name is Tuong (literally “wall”) . Sometimes his surname is confused with Hoang.
In Vietnamese, the name is known as Hoàng or Huỳnh. Huang is the seventh most common surname in China. Huynh is the fifth most common surname in Vietnam.