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Name Meaning Derivations Origin
Gabbo To scoff.   Old Norse
Gabe Strength of God. The short form of the name of the Archangel, Gabriel. Gab Hebrew
Gabriel Strength of God.  Gabby, Gabel, Gabela (Swiss), Gabelah, Gabell, Gabirol, Gabor (Hungarian), Gabriele, Gabrielius, Gabriello (Italian), Gabryel (Polish), Gabryele, Gabryell, Gabryelle, Gaby, Gavril (Russian), Gavrilla, Gavryl, Gavryle, Gavryll, Gavrylle, Jibrail (Arabic), Jibri (Arabic), Jivrail Hebrew
Gad Lucky Gadi, Gadie, Gady Arabic
Gadiel God is my fortune. Gadman, Gadyel Hebrew
Gael Gaelic Gaelic Irish
Gage A pledge, A pawn, Promise. Gaig, Gaige, Gayg, Gayge French
Gaia Earth Gaiah, Gaya, Gayah Greek
Gair Small, Short one. Gaer, Gayr, Gearr, Geir, Geirr Irish
Gaius A rejoicer.   Latin
Galahad Hawk, From Gilead. A biblical name.   Welsh
Galbraith A Scottish person living in Ireland. Galbrayth Irish
Gale Happy Gael, Gail, Gayl Old English
Galegina Stag   Cherokee
Galen Happy Galan, Galin, Galon, Galyn Old English
Galeran Healthy ruler. Galerano (Italian) French
Galeus Lizard   Greek
Gali Fountain   Hebrew
Galileo Male bird. Galyleo Italian, Celtic
Gallagher Eager helper.   Celtic
Galloway From the highway near the gallows. Gallway, Galway Irish
Galt From the high ground.   Norwegian
Galton From the rented land in the town. Galtan, Galten, Galtin, Galtyn English
Galvin Bright, Sparrow. Galvan, Galven, Galvon, Galvyn Irish
Gamal Camel. A form of Jamal, beautiful, Handsome. Gamall, Gamil Arabic
Gamaliel God's response, Recompose of God.   Hebrew
Gamba Warrior Gambah Zimbabwean
Gamble Elder; One who bets, Gambler. Gambal, Gambel, Gambil, Gambyl Norse, Scandinavian; English
Gamliel The Lord's prize, God is my reward. Gamliell, Gamaliel, Gamaliell Hebrew
Gamlyn Little elder. Gamlin Old Norse
Gan Adventurous; Close by.   Chinese, Vietnamese
Ganan West Ganen, Ganin, Ganon, Ganyn Australian Aboriginal
Gandhi Great Gandhee Sanskrit
Gandolf Fierce wolf. Gandolfo German
Gannon Fair complexioned, Light skinned. Ganan, Ganen, ganin, Gannan, Gannen, Gannin, Gannon, Gannyn, Ganon, Ganyn Irish
Ganya Clever Gania, Ganiah, Ganyah Zulu
Garai Settler Garay Zimbabwean
Garbhan Small, tough child. Garban Irish
Garcia Brave spear carrier. A form of Gerald. Garcias, Garcillasso, Garsias (Spanish), Garcya, Garcyah, Garcyas, Garsya, Garsyah, Garsyas Spanish, Teutonic
Gard Dwelling place. Garde, Guard Norse
Gardiner A gardener. Gardinar, Gardnar, Gardner, Gardnor Old English
Garek Successful spear thrower. A form of Edgar. Garak, Garik, Garok, Garyk Polish, English
Gareth Gentle, Old. Garef, Gareff, Garif, Gariff, Garith, Garyf, Garyff, Garyth Welsh
Garfield Battlefield, From the spear or triangular-shaped field.   Old English
Gariana Yell Garianah, Garyana, Garyanah Hindi
Garibaldo Prince of war. Garibald, Garybald, Garybaldo Italian
Garland From the battle ground; Wreath of flowers. Garlan, Garlande English; Old French
Garman From Germany Garmen, German, Germin, Germon, Germyn Welsh
Garner To gather; Army guard. Garna, Garnar, Garnir, Garnor, Garnyr English; French
Garnet Dark red, Precious gem. Garnett, Garnier Middle English
Garnock Alder-tree river dweller. Garnoc, Garnok Welsh
Garrad Brave spear thrower. Gared, Garrard, Garred, Garrod, Garryd, Gerred, Jared English, Irish
Garrett Hard spear thrower. Garet, Garett, Garit, Garret, Garrit, Garritt, Garryt, Garrytt, Garyt, Garytt Old English, Teutonic
Garrick Leads by the spear, Mighty spear ruler. Garic, Garick, Garik, Garric, Garrik, Garryc, Garryck, Garryk, Garyc, Garyck, Garyk German
Garridan You hid.   Gypsy
Garrie Emu, Sleepy. Gari, Garie, Garri, Garry, Gary Australian Aboriginal
Garrin Mighty with a spear. Garan, Garen, Garin, Garon, Garran, Garren, Garron, Garryn, Garyn English, German
Garrison Gary's son, son of the spear carrier; Troops stationed at the fort. Garison, Garryson, Garyson Old English; French
Garron Guardian Garren  
Garroway Spear warrior.   Old English
Garry To watch Garret, Garren, Garrett, Garron English
Garson Son of Gar.   Old English
Garth From the enclosure; Spear carrier. Garthe Scandinavian; Old English
Garton From the spear town, Triangle-shaped town. Gartown English
Garve From the rough place. Garvee, Garvey, Garvi, Garvie, Garvy Gaelic
Garvey Peace Garvee, Garvi, Garvy Irish
Garvin Friend who is in trouble. Garvan, Garven, Garvon, Garvyn,  German
Garwood From the forest with the fur trees.   English
Gary Spear carrier. Garee, Garey, Gari, Garie, Garree, Garrey, Garri, Garrie, Garry English
Gascoyne Geographical - From Gascony in France. Gascoine Old French
Gaso Guardian of the treasure. A form of Casper.   Illyrian, Persian
Gaspar Guardian of the treasure. A form of Casper. Gasparas (Lithuanian), Gaspard (French), Gaspare (Italian), Gaspardo (Italian), Gasparo (Italian), Gasper, Jaspar, Jasper Persian
Gaston From the gas town; From Gascony in France Gascon, Gastan, Gasten, Gastin, Gastyn English; French
Gatier Powerful warrier. A form of Walter. Galtero, Gatyer, Gaulterio, Gaultier, Gaultiero, Gauthier (French) French, Teutonic
Gautama Name of the Buddha.   Sanskrit
Gaute Great, Goth. Gauta, Gaut, Gauntah, Gaunte Norwegian
Gautrek Gothic king.   Swedish
Gautulf Gothic wolf. Gautolf Swedish
Gavin Hawk Gavan, Gaven, Gavon, Gavun, Gavyn Welsh, German
Gavra Hero of God Gavrah, Gavriil (Russian), Gavril Slavic
Gavrie Belonging to God. Gabril, Gavri, Gavry, Ganya Russian
Gavriel Strength of God. A form of the name of the Archangel, Gabriel. Ganya, Gavrel, Gavril (Russian), Gavrilo (Italian), Gavrilushka, Gavryel, Gavryele, Gavryell, Gavryelle Hebrew
Gawain Hawk. A form of Gavin. Gauvain, Gavan, Gaven, Gavin, Gavon, Gavyn, Gawayn, Gawayne, Gawen, Gawne Welsh
Gawath Hawk of battle.   Welsh
Gayadin Platypus Gaiadi Australian Aboriginal
Gaylord High-spirited; Happy Lord. Gaelor, Gaelord, Gailard, Gailor, Gailord, Gayler, Gaylor Old French; Old English
Gaynor The fair-skinned one's son. Gaenor, Gainor Irish
Gazza Spear carrier. A pet form of Gary.   Australian
Geary One who changes. Gearee, Gearey, Geari, Gearie Middle English
Geb Earth   Egyptian
Gelasius Laughter   Greek
Gellies Maker of war.   Dutch
Gemalli Rider of camels. Gemali Hebrew
Gemini Twins   Latin
Gene Noble; well born.  A form of Eugene Gena (Russian), Genek Russian; Greek
Gennaro Born in January. Genaro Italian
Gino God is gracious. A form of John Genio, Geno Italian, Hebrew
Gent Gentle, kind. Gental, Gentel, Gentile (Italian), Gentle, Gentyl, Gentyle English
Gently Snow. Genti, Gentie Irish, English
Geoff Gentle, Kind, God's peace. The English form of Godfrey, Divine peace. A short form of Geoffrey. Geoff, Gef, Geff, Geof, Geoff, Jef English
Geoffrey Gentle, Kind, God's peace. The English form of Godfrey, Divine peace. Geffree, Geffrey, Geffri, Geffrie, Geffry,  Geoffroi (French), Geofredo (Italian), Giotto (Italian),  Jefferee, Jefferey, Jefferi, Jefferie, Jeffery, Jeofree, Jeofrey, Jeoffree, Jeoffrey English
George Farmer Djuro (Slavic), Egor (Russian), Egorka (Russian), Gayeirges, Gayorgee, Georg (Danish, German, Swedish), Georgas (Scottish), Georges (French), Georij, Georgio (Italian), Georgios (Grek), Georgit, Georgius, Georgiz, Gergel (Bavarian), Gheorghe (Romanian), Gjorchic (Illyrian), Gorej (Slavic), Gorgel, Gyorgy (Hungarian), Hori (Polynesian), Jiri, Jorg, Jorge, Jurgen, Jurgi (Russian), Jugis, Jurica, Jurn, Jurnica, Jurria, Seiorse, Yiorgis, Yrjo, Yuri Greek
Geraint Elder, Old. Geraynt Welsh
Gerald Brave spear carrier. Gearalt (Irish), Gebhard (German), Gebhardine (German), Gebhardt (German), Geerd (Frisian), Gellert (Hungarian), Gerard (German), Gerardo (Spanish), Geraud (French), Gerel (Frisian), Gerhard (German), Gerhardt (German), Gero (Hungarian), Gerold (German), Gerrard, Gerrit, Gerryt, Geryld Teutonic
Gerard Spear-hard. Gearard, Gerardo, Geraud, Gerhard, Gerhardt, Gherardo, Gerrard, Gerry, Jerry Old English
Gerber Tanner of leather.   German
Geremia Chosen by God. A form of Jeremiah.   Italian, Hebrew
Gerlach Spear thrower.   Scandinavian
Germain From Germany. Germaine, Germayn, Germayne, Jermain, Jermaine, Jermayn, Jermayne French
Geronimo Sacred name of God.  A form of Jerome Geronymo Spanish; Latin
Gershom Exiled Gersh, Gersham Hebrew
Gervase Honourable Garvas, Garvase, Gerivas, Gervais, Gervas, Gervasio (Spanish), Gervasy Teutonic
Gerwyn Fair love. Gerwen, Gerwin Welsh
Gesar From the lotus temple.   Tibetan
Geshem Rain   Hebrew
Gesio God will help. A form of Jesus.   Portuguese, Hebrew
Gethin Dark-skinned.   Welsh
Geysa Chief Geisa, Geza Hungarian
Ghafur One who forgives.   Arabic
Ghazi Conquering   Arabic
Ghazzall Proof of Islam.   Arabic
Ghilchrist God's servant. Gilchrist Irish
Ghislaine Pledge   French
Gi Brave   Korean
Gia Family Giah Vietnamese
Giacinto Hyacinth, Purple. A form of Jacinto. Giacintho Portuguese, Spanish
Giacomo Replacer. A form of Jacob.   Italian, Hebrew
Gian God is gracious. A form of John. Gianetto, Giann, Giannes, Gianni, Giannis, Giannos Italian
Giancarlo God's gracious, strong, courageous one. A form of John and Charles. Giancarlos Italian, Hebrew
Gibor Strength Gibbor Hebrew
Gibson Gilbert's son, Son of the trusted, promised one. Gibbson Old English
Gideon Destroyer, Great warrior. Gydeon Hebrew
Gifford Bold giver. Gifferd Teutonic
Gig Horse-drawn carriage.   English
Gil Shield carrier; Happy. A short form of names beginning with "Gil". Gill Greek; Hebrew
Gilad Hump on a camel; From Giladi in Saudi Arabia. Giladi, Giladie, Gilead Arabic
Gilamu Wilful. A form of William.   Basque, Old English
Gilbert Trust, Promise; Joy. Gilibeirt (Irish), Gilberto (Italian), Gilleabert (Scottish), Gillbert, Gillburt, Gilburt, Gilburto, Giselbeert (German) Old English, German; Hebrew
Gilby From the estate of the hostage; Blond-haired. Gilbee, Gilbey, Gillbee, Gillbey, Gillby Scandinavian; Irish
Gildea God's servant. Gildee, Gildey, Gildy Irish
Gilen Illustrious promise. Gilenn German, Basque
Giles Carrier of the shield. Egide (French), Egidio (Italian), Egidius (Dutch), Gide, Gilles (French), Gyles, Gylles Greek
Gillean Saint John's servant. Gillan, Gillen, Gillian, Gillyan Scottish
Gillespie Son of the bishop's servant. Gillis Irish
Gillet Gilbert's son, Son of the trusted one. Gilet, Gilett, Gilette, Gillit, Gylet, Gylett, Gylit, Gylitt, Gylyt, Gylyt French
Gillie Song   Gypsy
Gilmer Famous host. Gilmar, Gilmor, Gilmore Old English
Gilmore Devoted one from the moor. Gillmoor, Gillmoore, Gillmor, Gillmore, Gilmor, Gilmoore, Gilmour Irish
Gilon Circle   Hebrew
Gilroy Devoted to the king. Gilderoi, Gilderoy, Gildray, Gildroy, Gillroy Irish
Gilus Shield   Scandinavian
Ginger Red-haired, Ginger spice.   Old English
Gino A short form of Ambrogio, Immortal.   Italian
Gionah Dove. A form of Jonah. Giona, Gyona, Gyonah Italian, Hebrew
Giosia God is my salvation. A form of Joshua. Giosiah, Giosya Italian, Hebrew
Giovanni God is gracious. A form of John. Geovanni, Gian (Italian), Gianni (Italian), Giannino, Giovannie, Giovanno, Giavanny, Giovany, Giovanathon, Giovonni, Giovonnie, Giovonny Italian, Hebrew
Gipsy Wanderer Gipson, Gypson, Gypsy English
Girra Creek Girrah Australian Aboriginal
Girvin Little, Rough.   Irish
Gitano Gypsy, Wanderer.   Spanish
Giulio Youthful. A form of Jules.   Italian, Latin
Giuseppe

"jeh-SEP-ee"

To add, God adds (increases) the family. A form of Joseph. Giusseppe. Guiseppe, Guisseppe Hebrew, Italian
Giustino Righteous, Just. A form of Justin. Giusto (Italian) Italian, Latin
Given One who is given Givan, Given, Givun, Givyn, Gyvon Hebrew
Givon Hill Givan, Given, Givun Hebrew
Gjosta God's staff, Stick.   Swedish
Gladstone From the boundary stone at the happy one's estate. Gladston English
Gladus Unseeing Gladius Welsh
Gladwin Glad friend. Gladwen, Gladwenn, Gladwinn, Gladwyn, Gladwynn Old English
Glanville From the oak-tree village. Glanvil, Glanvill Old French
Glasson Son of the glass blower; Son from Glasgow, Green hollow. Glason, Glassan, Glassen, Glassin, Glassyn English, Scottish; Scottish
Glen From the valley. Glean, Glenn, Glennis, Glennon, Glenon, Glenton, Glyn (Welsh), Glynn Scottish
Glendon From the valley fortress. Glendan, Glenden, Glendin, Glendun, Glendyn, Glenn, Glenndan, Glennden, Glenndin, Glenndon, Glenndun, Glenndyn, Glyn (Welsh), Glyndan, Glynden, Glyndin, Glyndon, Glyndyn, Glynn, Glynndan, Glynnden, Glynndin, Glynndin, Glynndon, Glynndun, Glynndyn Scottish
Glenrowan From the rowan-tree valley. Glennrowan, Glenrowen, Glenrowin, Glenrowyn, Glynnrowan, Glynnrowen, Glynnrowin, Glynnrowon, Glynnrowyn, Glynrowan, Glynrowen, Glynrowin, Glynrowon, Glynrowyn Gaelic, Celtic
Glenton From the valley town. Glennton Scottish, Old English
Glenville From the village in the glen (valley). Glennville Scottish, Old English
Glenworth From the homestead in the valley. Glennworth Scottish, Old English
Glyn Small valley. Glin, Glinn, Glynn Welsh
Goddard Firm in God. Godard (French), Godewin, Godewyn (Dutch), Gotthard (Dutch), Gotthart (German) Teutonic
Godfrey Divine peace. Goddfree, Goddfrey, Godfree, Godfreed, Gotryd (Polish), Godofredo (Spanish), Geoffredo (Italian), Goraidh (Scottish), Gottfrid (Swedish), Gottfried (German) Teutonic
Godric Good ruler.   Old English
Godwin God's friend. Godwen, Godwinn, Godwyn, Godwynn Old English
Goel Redeemer; to regain   Hebrew
Gohan Rice, meal.   Japanese
Goku Country   Japanese
Gold Golden-haired blonde.   Old English
Golding Little gold. Goldan, Golden, Goldin, Goldyn English
Goldwin Gold friend. Goldwinn, Goldwinne, Goldwyn, Goldwyne, Goldwynn, Goldwynne English
Goliath Giant Golliath, Golyath, Gully (English) Hebrew
Gomda Wind Gomdah Kiowa
Gomer Finishing; Famous battle.   Hebrew; Old English
Gomez Man Gomaz Spanish
Gommata Strong-armed. Gomata Sanskrit
Gondol Good   Norse
Gonstan From the hill stone.   Breton
Gonthier War army.   French
Gonza Love Gonzah Rutooro
Gonzales Warlike wolf. Goncalve, Gonsalve, Gonsalvo (Italian), Gonzales (French), Gonzalo, Gonzalos, Gonzalous Spanish
Goodman Good man. Goodmen Old English
Gool From the stream.   Old English
Goolcoola Sweet   Australian Aboriginal
Goonagulla Sky   Australian Aboriginal
Gopal Herd of cows. Gopala Sanskrit
Gordon From the great hill. Gordan, Gorden, Gordin, Gordun, Gordyn Old English
Goran From the forest.   Slavic
Gore From the spear field, From the triangular-shaped field.   Old English
Gorm War serpant.   Norse
Gorman Little one with the blue eyes. Gormen Irish
Goro Fifth-born child.   Japanese
Goronwy Old   Welsh
Gotardo Good, Firm.   Italian
Goten Palace; court.   Japanese
Gotzon Angel, God's messenger.   German, Greek
Gough Red-haired. Gof, Goff Welsh
Gouverneur Chief ruler, Governor.   French
Govert Heavenly peace.   Dutch
Govinda Keeper of the cows. Govynda Sanskrit
Gower Purity, Pure on.   Old Welsh
Gozol Soaring bird. Gozal Hebrew
Grady Noble, Illustrious. Gradee, Gradey, Gradi, Gradie, Graidee, Graidey, Graidi, Graidie, Graidy, Graydee, Graydey, Graydi, Graydie, Graydy Irish
Graham From the grey home. Graeham, Graehame, Graem, Graeme, Grahame, Grahme, Grahem, Graheme, Grahim, Grahym, Graiam, Graiham, Graihame, Grayham, Grayhame, Grayhim, Grayhym, Greyham, Greyhame, Greyhem, Greyheme, Greyh Old English
Grande Grand Grand Portuguese
Granger Farmer Grainger, Graynger Old English
Grant Grand, Great. Grand, Grandt, Grantham, Granthem, Grantlea, Grantleah, Grantlee, Grantley, Grantli, Grantlie, Grantly French
Grantland From the grand land. Granlan, Granland, Grantlan English
Grantley From the grand meadow. Grantlea, Grantleah, Grantlee, Grantleigh, Grantli, Grantlie, Grantly Old English, French
Granville From the grand village. Granvil, Granvile, Granvyl, Granvyll, Granvylle French
Gratian Thankful Gratiano, Gratien Latin
Gray Grey colour. Grey, Greye Old English
Graydon From the grey hill. Graydan, Grayden, Greydin, Greydon, Greydyn English
Grayson The judge's son, The grey one's son. Greyson English
Greeley From the grey meadow. Greelea, Greeleah, Greeleigh, Greeli, Greelie, Greely English
Greenwood Fromt he green woods. Gree, Greene, Greenewood, Greener, Greenerwood English
Greg Watchful. A short form of Gregory. Graig, Graigg, Gregos (Danish), Gregus (German), Greig (Scottish), Greigg (Scottish) Greek
Gregory Watchful Greggori, Greggorie, Greggory (Latin), Gregoire (French), Gregor (German), Gregori (Italian, Portuguese), Gregorie (Spanish, Italian), Gregorijie (Illyrian), Gregorio (Spanish), Gregorios (Italian, Portuguese), Gregos (Danish), Greggson, Gregson, Gregus (German), Greigoor (Scottish), Greigor (Scottish), Greigore (Scottish), Grigori (Russian), Grigorij (Russian), Grigory (Russian), Grigoris (Greek), Griogair (Scottish), Grzegorz (Polish) Greek
Gresham From the grassy homestead.   Old English
Gribbon Robin's son, Son of the robin bird keeper.   Irish, German
Griffin Hooked nose. Griffen, Griffon, Griffyn, Gryffin, Gryffyn Latin
Griffith Strong Lord. Grifith, Gryphon Welsh
Grimshaw From the dark woods.   English
Grindal From the green valley.   Old English
Grisha Watchful. A form of Gregory.   Russian, Greek
Griswold Christ's power; From the grey forest. Griswald, Griswaldo, Griswoldo German; French
Grosvenor Great chief hunter.   Old French
Grover From the grove.   Old English
Grunde Thoughtful, To contemplate; The ground, from the deep valley. Grund (German) Norwegian; German
Gualtiero Powerful. A form of Walter.   Italian
Guard Guardian, Protector. Gard, Garde Old English
Guglielmo Determined guardian. A form of William.   Italian
Guildford From the yellow flower ford. Guild, Guildford Old English
Guido Guide. A form of Guy.   Italian
Guire Beige colour. MacGuire, Macguire, MacGuyre, Macguyre Irish
Gulzar Flowering   Arabic
Gunnar Bold Guna, Gunah, Gunner, Gunter German, Scandinavian
Gunther Battle army. Guenter, Guenther, Guntar, Gunter, Guntero, Gunthar Teutonic
Guntur Thunder   Indonesian
Gur Lion cub.   Hebrew
Gurion Strength of a lion, God's dwelling. Guriel, Guryon Hebrew
Gus Staff   Scandinavian
Gustav Noble staff bearer. Gustaf, Gustave, Gustavius (German), Gustavo (Italian) Swedish
Guthre From the windy sea. Guthree, Guthrey, Guthri, Guthrie, Guthry Irish
Guy Guide from the forest, Warrior; Man; Life. Guido (German, Swedish, Italian, Spanish), Guyan, Wido Old German, French; English; Latin
Gwern Alder tree.   Welsh
Gwesyn Little friend.   Welsh
Gwidon Life   Polish
Gwyn Fair-haired; blonde. Gwinn, Gwinne, Gwynn, Gwynne Welsh
Gwynfor Fair Lord. Gwinfor Welsh
Gwynne White Gwin, Gwinn, Gwyn, Gwyne Welsh
Gympie Geographical - Australian town in Queensland. Gimpi, Gimpy, Gympy, Gympi Australian
Gyula Youthful Gyala, Gyuszi Hungarian
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