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# Name Origin Meaning Gender
1 Ga!l Irish Rooster. M
2 Gaagii NativeAmerican Raven (Navajo). M

3 Gaal Biblical Contempt, abomination. M
4 Gaarwine English Friend with a spear. M
5 Gaash Biblical Tempest, commotion M
6 Gabbai Biblical The back. M
7 Gabbatha Biblical High, elevated M
8 Gabe Hebrew God's able-bodied one. Variant of Gabriel. M
9 Gabhan Gaelic Gaelic form of Gavin. M
10 Gabi Hebrew God is my strength. M
11 Gabino Spanish God is my strength. M
12 Gabirel Basque Basque form of Gabriel. M
13 Gabor Hebrew God is my strength. M

14 Gabor Hungarian Hungarian form of Gabriel 'strength from God'. M
15 Gabrian Hebrew God's able-bodied one. Variant of Gabriel. M
16 Gabriel Biblical God is my strength M
17 Gabriel Hebrew Man of God. God's able-bodied one. Famous bearer: The archangel Gabriel, who appears several times in the Bible. M
18 Gabriel Spanish God is my strength. M
19 Gabriel Swedish Strength from God. M
20 Gabriele Hebrew God is my strength. M
21 Gabriele Italian Italian form of Gabriel 'God given strength'. M
22 Gabrielo Hebrew God is my strength. M
23 Gabrio Spanish God is my strength. M
24 Gace French Pledge. M
25 Gad Biblical A band, a troop. M
26 Gad NativeAmerican Juniper tree (Navajo). M
27 Gada Indian Mace. M
28 Gadarenes Biblical Men of Gadara; i.e. a place surrounded or walled M
29 Gaddi Biblical My troop, a kid. M
30 Gaddiel Biblical Goat of God; the Lord my happiness M
31 Gaderian Anglo-Saxon Gathers. M
32 Gadhi Indian Father of Vishvamitra. M
33 Gadhra Irish Mastiff. M
34 Gadi Arabic My wealth. M
35 Gadiel Arabic God is my wealth. M
36 Gael Irish Stranger. M
37 Gaelan Gaelic Tranquil. M
38 Gaelan Greek Tranquil. For 1500 years accepted medical practices were based on the research of 2nd century physician Galen. M
39 Gaelbhan Gaelic Sparrow or white. M
40 Gaenor Welsh A variant of the Gaelic Gaynor, meaning 'son of the blond man'. M
41 Gaetan French Fom Gaete. M
42 Gaetano Italian From Gaete. M
43 Gaffney Irish Calf. M
44 Gahariet ArthurianLegend Sons of Lot. M
45 Gaheris ArthurianLegend Sons of Lot. M
46 Gahiji Egyptian Hunter. M
47 Gahmuret ArthurianLegend Percival's father. M
48 Gail English Lively. M
49 Gaile Irish Stranger. M
50 Gair Gaelic Short. M
51 Gair Scottish Short. M
52 Gairbhith Gaelic Rough. M
53 Gairbith Irish Rough peace. M
54 Gais ArthurianLegend Percival's grandfather. M
55 Gaius Biblical Lord; an earthly man M
56 Gaius Latin To rejoice. Famous bearer: Roman dictator Gaius Julius Caesar. M
57 Gaizka Basque Savior. M
58 Gajra Indian Garland of flowers. M
59 Gal Hebrew Wave. M
60 Galahad ArthurianLegend Son of Lancelot. M
61 Galahalt ArthurianLegend Name of a prince. M
62 Galahault ArthurianLegend Name of a prince. M
63 Galal Biblical A roll, a wheel. M
64 Galan Anglo-Saxon Sings. M
65 Galan Greek Tranquil. For 1500 years accepted medical practices were based on the research of 2nd century physician Galen. M
66 Galantyne ArthurianLegend Gawain's sword. M
67 Galatyn ArthurianLegend Gawain's sword. M
68 Galaway Gaelic Of the strange Gauls. M
69 Galchobhar Gaelic Eager helper. M
70 Gale English Lively. M
71 Gale Irish Stranger. M
72 Galeed Biblical The heap of witness M
73 Galen Gaelic Tranquil. M
74 Galen Greek Tranquil. For 1500 years accepted medical practices were based on the research of 2nd century physician Galen. M
75 Galeno Spanish Small intelligent one. M
76 Galeron ArthurianLegend A knight. M
77 Galeun English From the town on the high ground. M
78 Galilee Biblical Wheel, revolution M
79 Galinthias Greek Servant of Alcmene. M
80 Gall Celtic Stranger. M
81 Gall Gaelic Stranger. M
82 Gallagher Gaelic Eager helper. M
83 Gallagher Irish Surname. M
84 Gallgaidheal Gaelic Of the strange Gauls. M
85 Gallim Biblical Who heap up, who cover M
86 Gallio Biblical Who sucks, or lives on milk. M
87 Galloway Gaelic Of the strange Gauls. M
88 Gallus Shakespearean Antony and Cleopatra'. Friend to Caesar. M
89 Galm Norse Father of Thorvald. M
90 Galt English From the high ground. M
91 Galtem Italian Italian form of Walter 'strong warrior'. M
92 Galterio Italian Italian form of Walter 'strong warrior'. M
93 Galtero Spanish Spanish form of Walter 'strong warrior'. M
94 Galtero Teutonic Powerful ruler. M
95 Galton English From the town on the high ground. M
96 Galvarium ArthurianLegend A knight. M
97 Galvin Celtic Sparrow. M
98 Galvin Gaelic White. M
99 Galvin Irish Sparrow. M
100 Galvyn Celtic Sparrow. M
101 Galway Gaelic Of the strange Gauls. M
102 Galyn Gaelic Tranquil. M
103 Galyn Greek Tranquil. For 1500 years accepted medical practices were based on the research of 2nd century physician Galen. M
104 Gamaliel Biblical Recompense of God, camel of God. M
105 Gamaliel Hebrew God's reward. Recompense of God. A biblical name adopted by 16th century Puritans. Famous bearers: American president Warren Gamaliel Harding. M
106 Gamer Teutonic Defender. M
107 Gammadims Biblical Dwarfs. M
108 Gamul Biblical A recompense. M
109 Ganesh Hindi Lord of the dwarves. M
110 Ganger Norse A founder of Normandy. M
111 Gann English Spear protector. M
112 Gannie Gaelic Fair skinned. M
113 Gannon English Speannan. M
114 Gannon Gaelic Fair skinned. M
115 Gannon Irish Fair. M
116 Ganya Russian Worships God. M
117 Ganymede Greek Cup bearer to the gods. M
118 Ganymede Latin Cup bearer to the gods. M
119 Gaothaire Gaelic Free wind. M
120 Gar Anglo-Saxon Spear. M
121 Gar English Spear. M
122 Gara Irish Mastiff. M
123 Garabed Armenian Forerunner. M
124 Garaden English From the three cornered hill. M
125 Garadin English From the three cornered hill. M
126 Garadun English From the three cornered hill. M
127 Garadyn English From the three cornered hill. M
128 Garafeld English From the triangular field. M
129 Garai Egyptian Settled. M
130 Garai Latin Conqueror. M
131 Garan French Guards; guardian. M
132 Garan German Guards; guardian. M
133 Garanhon Welsh Legendary son of GIythvyr. M
134 Garanwyn Welsh White shank. M
135 Garatun English Lives in the triangular farm stead. M
136 Garberend Anglo-Saxon Spear bearer. M
137 Garbhach Gaelic Rough. M
138 Garbhan Gaelic Rough. M
139 Garbhan Irish Rough. M
140 Garcia Spanish Brave in battle. M
141 Garcia Teutonic Spear strength. M
142 Gard English Keeper of the garden. Surname. M
143 Gard French Keeper of the garden. Surname. M
144 Gardar Norse Son of Svafar. M
145 Gardell Teutonic Defender. M
146 Gardener Teutonic Farmer. M
147 Gardi Norse A ghost. M
148 Gardiner English Gardener. M
149 Gardiner French Keeper of the garden. Surname. M
150 Gardiner Shakespearean 'King Henry the Eighth' Gardiner, Bishop of Winchester. M
151 Gardiner Teutonic Farmer. M
152 Gardner English Keeper of the garden. Surname. M
153 Gardner French Keeper of the garden. Surname. M
154 Gare Scottish Short. M
155 Gareb Biblical A scab. M
156 Gared English Variant of Garret from Gerald 'rules by the spear.'. M
157 Garek Teutonic Spear king. M
158 Garen French Guards; guardian. M
159 Garen German Guards; guardian. M
160 Garet English Brave with a spear. M
161 Garet Norse Defender. M
162 Gareth Anglo-Saxon Strong spear. M
163 Gareth ArthurianLegend Gentle. Gareth was a knight of the Round Table portrayed in both Sir Thomas Malory's and Tennyson's versions of the Arthurian legend. Also a son of Lot. M
164 Gareth Welsh Gentle. Modest and brave Sir Gareth was a legendary knight of King Arthur's Round Table. M
165 Garett English Variant of Gerald 'rules by the spear.'. M
166 Garey English Spear. M
167 Garey German Spear. M
168 Garfield English From the triangular field. From an Old English surname and place name, meaning 'field of spears'. M
169 Gargrave Shakespearean 'Henry VI, Part 1' Sir Thomas Gargrave. M
170 Gariland English From the spear land. M
171 Garin French Guards; guardian. M
172 Garin German Guards; guardian. M
173 Garion French Guards; guardian. M
174 Garion German Guards; guardian. M
175 Garlan French Wreath; prize. M
176 Garland English From the spear land. M
177 Garland French Crowned in victory 'Wreath; prize.'. M
178 Garlen French Wreath; prize. M
179 Garlyn French Wreath; prize. M
180 Garm Norse Guards the gate of Hell. M
181 Garman English Speannan. M
182 Garmann English Speannan. M
183 Garmites Biblical Men of Garmi; ie. Bones or my cause M
184 Garmond English Spear protector. M
185 Garmund English Spear protector. M
186 Garnell English Keeper of grain. Surname. M
187 Garnell French Keeper of grain. Surname. M
188 Garner English Keeper of grain. Surname. M
189 Garner French Keeper of grain. Surname. M
190 Garnet English Armed with a spear. Used as both a surname and given name. Famous bearer: British field marshal Lord Garnet Joseph Wolseley. M
191 Garnet French Keeper of grain. Surname. M
192 Garnett English Armed with a spear. M
193 Garnoc Welsh Dwells by the alder tree river. M
194 Garnock Welsh Dwells by the alder tree river. M
195 Garon French Guards; guardian. M
196 Garon German Guards; guardian. M
197 Garr Anglo-Saxon Spear. M
198 Garr English Spear. M
199 Garrad English Variant of Garret from Gerald 'rules by the spear.'. M
200 Garran Irish Guards; guardian. M