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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Gurgalan

A pagan king

Arthurian Legend

Gurnam

Name of the Guru

Indian (Sanskrit)

Gusty

Revered, Windy

American

Guto

Griffin lord

Welsh

Guyapi

Frank

Native American

Guylan

Combination of Guy and Dylan

American

Guyon

Lively.

English

Guzman

Good Man

Spanish

Gwawl

Mythical son of Clud

Celtic

Gwenael

Blessed and generous

French

Gwern

Alder

Welsh

Gwernaeh

Mythical

Celtic

Gwri

Of the golden hair

Celtic

Gwydion

God of Magic

Welsh

Gwynham

Mythical father of Teithi

Celtic

Gyala

Youthful, Downy

Hungarian

Garthman

“A gardener,” from the Anglo-Saxon geard, an enclosed place, usually a garden.

Anglo-Saxon

Gelber

A variant form of Gilbert.

Gelbert

A variant spelling of Gilbert.

Geof

A short form of Geoffrey.

Ger

A short diminutive for most names beginning with Ger, as Gerald.

Gerart

A French, especially Old French, form of Gerard.

French

Gerbert

“(The warrior with) the bright spear,” from the Germanic ger (spear) and heraht (bright).

German

Gilfred

“A servant of peace,” from the Gaelic gille (servant) and the Germanic friclu (peace).

Gaelic

Gerv

A diminutive form of Jarvis.

Gip

A playful diminutive of Gilbert.

Glendenning

“The master of the valley.” See Glendon.

Grandville

“The man from the main village.” Rased on the Middle English or Old French grand (great, main) and the French ville (town, village).

English

Gregario
Gatlin

Companion

English

Gendry

Created name

American

Gaberiel
Gabreil
Gabrial
Gabriela
Gabriell
Gabriella
Gabrielle
Gagik
Gabryel
Gagandeep
Gahel
Gaither
Galdino
Garl
Garlon
Garn
Garo
Garvis
Garyn