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GabrielChristan God is My Strength Able-bodied One of God Messenger of God Strong Man of God Strong as a Bear Hebrew origin, meaning: God is strong. Widely known through the Archangel Gabriel. Namesakes: Gabriel García Márquez, Colombian writer.
GabrieleFree Landowner Land Holder A Man from France Franch Man Hebrew origin, feminine form (meaning: God is strong) also an Italian boy name. Namesake: Gabriele Münter, German painter.
GabrielleLucky Successful Great Happiness Happy Fortunate Enjoying Good Luck French form of Gabriele (meaning: God is strong).
GadaMace Hebrew origin, meaning: the Happy.
GadiArabic name, meaning: my luck.

GaetanoProsperous Flourishing To Flower in the Sense of a Blossom Blossoming Charming Italian form of Kajetan (Meaning: A native of Gaeta). Namesakes: Gaetano Donizetti, Italian composer.
GafnaHebrew origin, meaning: grapevine.
GaganPeaceful Ruler Counsel from the Elves Diminutive of Frederic Elf Supernatural Counsel Power Strong Peace Holy Peacemaking Sky Heaven Load Murugan Indian name, meaning: sky.
GajendraThe King of Elephants Precious Elephant King Indian name, meaning: King of the elephants.
GaleLively Cheerful Happy Foreigner Stranger My Father Rejoices Pleasant Merry A Stranger Old English origin, meaning: the Merry Old Irish origin, meaning: foreigners a girl's name.
GalenHealer Festive Party Irish Gaelic name origin, meaning: Little blond.
GaltFrom the Town on the High Ground High Ground Short form of the Frisian name Galtet, meaning composition of "funny" and "graceful".
GalvenEnglish form of Galvin (meaning: the bright white).
GalvinSparrow Brilliantly White Irish Gaelic name origin, meaning: the bright white.
GamalielRecompense of God Camel of God God is My Reward Hebrew origin, meaning: God's reward.
GambaAfrican name, meaning: Warrior.
GandalfFrench Town Curly Hair Strawberry Of the Forest Men Variant of Fraser In addition to the form of Gandolf (meaning composition of "werewolf" and "Wolf"). Known as literary character Gandalf the Grey in JRR Tolkien's fantasy trilogy "The Lord of the Rings" (1954-55) and in his novel "The Hobbit" (1937).
GandulfIn addition to the form of Gandolf (meaning composition of "werewolf" and "Wolf"). Known as literary character Gandalf the Grey in JRR Tolkien's fantasy trilogy "The Lord of the Rings" (1954-55) and in his novel "The Hobbit" (1937).
GaneshProsperous Flourishing To Flower in the Sense of a Blossom Blossoming Charming Lord Ganesh Son of Lord Shiva and Parvati Indian name, meaning: Lord of the amount. Known as elephant-headed Hindu god.
GangolfReversal of Wolfgang (meaning: warrior in wolf fur). In Bavaria popular. Namesakes: St. Gangolf, Christian martyr..
GardyFrenchwoman Free From France Kose- and secondary form of Garda.
GarethStrong Spear Spear Brave Spear Champion Gentle English name of Celtic origin. Meaning possibly: the friendly. Known as eponymous knights of Arthurian.
GarnettPomegranate Seed Armed with a Spear Spear Red Like a Pomegranate Dark Red Gem Old English origin, meaning: the spear armed.
GarreltFriesian form of Gerald (meaning composition of "spear" and "rule").
GarvinFriend in Battle Friend with a Spear Rough English form of Gerwin (meaning composition of "spear" and "friend").
GarwinFriend in Battle Friend with a Spear In addition to the form of Gerwin (meaning composition of "spear" and "friend").
GaryMighty with a Spear Spear Carrier English short form of Garnett (the spear armed) and Gerhard (meaning composition of "spear" and "hard") Pet form of Gerald (meaning composition of "spear" and "rule"). Especially popular in the US. Namesakes: Gary Cooper, American actor.
GarryMighty with a Spear Spear Form of Garret To Watch English short form of Garnett (the spear armed) and Gerhard (meaning composition of "spear" and "hard") Pet form of Gerald (meaning composition of "spear" and "rule"). Especially popular in the US. Namesakes: Gary Cooper, American actor.
GasiraAfrican name, meaning: the Bold.
GasparMighty with a Spear Spear Form of Garret To Watch English, Portuguese, Spanish form of Kaspar (meaning: Treasurer).
GaspardMighty with a Spear Variant of Garret from Gerald Rules by the Spear French form of Kaspar (meaning: Treasurer). Namesakes: Gaspard Gustave de Coriolis, a French physicist.
GaspareMighty with a Spear Spear Form of Garret To Watch Italian form of Kaspar (meaning: Treasurer). Namesakes: Gaspare Spontini, Italian composer.
GastonSettlement by the Clay Pit Somebody who Lived on Clay Soils Occupational Place Name Involving Clay Brook Near a Clay-bed Mortal Surname Clay-pit Worker Clay Settlement Mud French diminutive of the Flemish name "guest" (meaning: guest).
GaudenzLatin origin, meaning: the people who rejoice end. A popular in Switzerland.
GauravSunbeam Fair-haired Courageous One Fair Warrior White Warrior White Champion Honour Pride Respect Prestige Indian name, meaning: the Proud.
GavinLittle Falcon White Hawk of Battle Celtic origin, meaning suggesting Falke. In Scotland particularly popular.
GawrilaRussian form of Gabriele (meaning: God is strong).
GearyChangeable English name, meaning: the fickle.
GebaOld High German origin, meaning: surrender.
GebbaOld High German origin, meaning: surrender.
GebbeFrisian short form of names with "Geb" (meaning: Gift) or "devices" (meaning: spear) a boy name.
GebbertLow German form of Gebhard (meaning composition of "rendering" and "hard").
GebboFrisian short form of names with "Geb" (meaning: Gift) or "devices" (meaning: spear).
GebhardOld High German origin, meaning composition of "rendering" and "hard". In the 21st century barely encountered.
Gebhardafeminine form (of meaning composition: "gift" and "hard").

Gebhardefeminine form (of meaning composition: "gift" and "hard").
GebineFriesian form of Geba (meaning: Gift).
GebkeFrisian pet form of Gerburg (meaning composition of "spear" and "Castle").
GebreAfrican name, meaning: donation.
GedeonLively Cheerful Happy Foreigner Stranger My Father Rejoices Pleasant Merry A Stranger In addition to the form of Gideon (meaning suggesting loggers).
Geelararer variant of Gela, a short form of Angela (meaning: Engel).
GeelkeFriesian form of Geela or Gela.
GeeltjeFrisian name Old High German origin, meaning: the Funny, high-spirited.
GeneWell-born Noble Form of Eugene Born Lucky English short form of Eugene (meaning: the well-born) a girl's name. Namesakes: Gene Kelly, American dancer and actor.
GenestFrench name of Greek origin, meaning: descendant.
GennaroDutchman A Native of Flanders Man from the Lowlands Italian form of Januarius, meaning similar to the Roman god Janus.
GenoMighty with a Spear To Watch Spear Brave Strength of the Spear Bold Spear Gentle Short form of Genoveva (meaning composition: "people" and "woman").
GeoffreyDivine Peace Peace Peaceful Traveller English name of Germanic origin, meaning composition, "Gau", "the stranger" and "peace". Namesakes: Geoffrey Chaucer, English poet and writer.
GeorgGerman Form of George Earth Latin-Greek origin, meaning: Bauer. In Germany in the 20th century very popular, now declining popularity. Namesakes: Georg Friedrich Händel, German composer.
GeraldMighty with a Spear Spear Warrior Ruler of the Spear In addition to the form of Gerwald (meaning composition of "spear" and "rule"). Particularly widespread in the English-speaking world. Namesakes: Gerald Ford, US president.
GerbertOld High German origin, meaning composition of "spear" and "shiny".
GerbitFrisian side the form of Gerbert (meaning composition of "spear" and "shiny").
GerbodOld High German origin, meaning composition of "spear" and "messenger".
GerbrandOld High German origin, meaning composition of "spear" and "Fire".
GerburgOld High German origin, meaning composition of "spear" and "Castle"). Namesake: Gerburg Rohde-Dahl, German graphic artist, film director and -produzentin.
GerhardStrength of the Spear Spear Strong Spear Rule Spear Brave Old High German origin, meaning composition of "spear" and "hard". In Germany very popular since the Middle Ages until the 20th century. Namesakes: Gerhart Hauptmann, a German writer.
GerhartHazelnut Life Light Life Giver Old High German origin, meaning composition of "spear" and "hard". In Germany very popular since the Middle Ages until the 20th century. Namesakes: Gerhart Hauptmann, a German writer.
GerhardaOld High German origin, feminine form (meaning composition of "spear" and "hard").
GerhardeOld High German origin, feminine form (meaning composition of "spear" and "hard").
Gerhardinafeminine form (of meaning composition, "spear" and "hard").
Gerhardinefeminine form (of meaning composition, "spear" and "hard").
GerheidOld High German or Germanic origin, meaning composition of "spear" and "shape".
GerheideOld High German or Germanic origin, meaning composition of "spear" and "shape".
GerhildOld High German origin, meaning "spear" and "struggle". Namesake: St. Gerhild of Konstanz..
GerhildeOld High German origin, meaning "spear" and "struggle". Namesake: St. Gerhild of Konstanz..
GermainFrom Germany French form of German (importance: Teuton, also: brother, sister).
GermaineFarmer Earth Worker Female Version of George Earth French name, feminine form of Germain or German (importance: Teuton, also: brother / sister). Namesake: Germaine Tailleferre, French composer.
GermanWarrior Brotherly From Germany Brother Latin origin, meaning: Germane, also: brother, sister Russian form of Hermann (meaning composition of "army" and "man").
Germanafeminine form of German (importance: Teuton, also: brother, sister).
GermaniaLatin origin, meaning: Germania Germany.
GermannOld High German origin, meaning composition of "spear" and "man."
GermanusIn addition to the form of German (importance: Teuton, also: brother, sister).
GermarGuardian Lord Buddha Remover of Darkness Old High German origin, meaning composition of "spear" and "famous".
GerminaRussian form of Hermina or Hermione.
GermoShort form of Germar (meaning a wave of ha Zung of "spear" and "famous") Bulgarian form of German.
GermundOld High German origin, meaning composition of "spear" and "protection".
GernandOld High German origin, meaning composition of "spear" and "bold".
GerndShort form of Gernand (meaning composition of "spear" and "bold").
GernotOld High German origin, meaning composition of "spear" and "distress" or "Fight".
GernodOld High German origin, meaning composition of "spear" and "distress" or "Fight".

GeroFrenchman Free From France Short form of names with "Ger" (meaning: spear) Bulgarian form of German.
GeroldMighty with a Spear Form of Gerald Rules by the Spear Spear Ruler In addition to the form of Gerwald (meaning composition of "spear" and "rule").
GerholdIn addition to the form of Gerwald (meaning composition of "spear" and "rule").
Geroldafeminine form (of meaning composition, "spear" and "domination").
Geroldefeminine form (of meaning composition, "spear" and "domination").
GerolfOld High German origin, meaning composition of "spear" and "Wolf".
GérômeVariant of Jérôme (meaning: holy name).
GeronimoFarmer Earth Worker Italian form of Jerome (meaning: holy name). Namesakes: Geronimo, Apache chief.
GerrikLow German name, meaning composition of "spear" and "ruler".
GerritMighty with a Spear Brave with the Spear Spear Rule Friesian form of Gerharda or Gerharde (meaning composition of "spear" and "hard") a boy name.
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