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# Name Origin Meaning Gender
1 Gaal Biblical Contempt, abomination. F
2 Gaash Biblical Tempest, commotion. F

3 Gabbai Biblical The back. F
4 Gabbatha Biblical High, elevated. F
5 Gabbie French Diminutive of Gabrielle: Woman of God. A feminine form of the Hebrew name Gabriel. F
6 Gabbie Italian Diminutive of Gabriella: Woman of God. An Italian form of the Hebrew name Gabriel. F
7 Gabby French Diminutive of Gabrielle: Woman of God. A feminine form of the Hebrew name Gabriel. F
8 Gabby Italian Diminutive of Gabriella: Woman of God. An Italian form of the Hebrew name Gabriel. F
9 Gabi English Variant of Gabriela. God's able-bodied one. F
10 Gabi French Diminutive of Gabrielle: Woman of God. A feminine form of the Hebrew name Gabriel. F
11 Gabi Italian Diminutive of Gabriella: Woman of God. An Italian form of the Hebrew name Gabriel. F
12 Gabriela Hebrew God's able-bodied one. Feminine of Gabriel. F
13 Gabriela Latin God's able-bodied one. Feminine of Gabriel. F

14 Gabriele German God's able-bodied one. Feminine of Gabriel. F
15 Gabriele Hebrew God gives strength. F
16 Gabriell English Variant of Gabriela. God's able-bodied one. F
17 Gabriella Hebrew God gives strength. F
18 Gabriella Italian Woman of God. An Italian form of the Hebrew name Gabriel. F
19 Gabriella Swedish Strength from God. F
20 Gabrielle French Woman of God. A feminine form of the Hebrew name Gabriel. F
21 Gabrielle Hebrew God gives strength. F
22 Gaby English Variant of Gabriela. God's able-bodied one. F
23 Gaby French Diminutive of Gabrielle: Woman of God. A feminine form of the Hebrew name Gabriel. F
24 Gaby Italian Diminutive of Gabriella: Woman of God. An Italian form of the Hebrew name Gabriel. F
25 Gadara Armenian From the top of a mountain. F
26 Gadarine Armenian From the top of a mountain. F
27 Gaea Greek The earth. Mythological womanly personification of the earth and mother of the Titans. F
28 Gael English Joyful. Abbreviation of Abigail. Gael is a term for descendants of the ancient Celts in Scotland; Ireland and the Isle of Man. F
29 Gaelle German Stranger. F
30 Gaenor ArthurianLegend Variant of Guinevere: Fair one. Guinevere was King Arthur's mythological queen. F
31 Gaetana French From Gaete. F
32 Gaetana Italian From Gaete. F
33 Gaetane French From Gaete. F
34 Gaetane Italian From Gaete. F
35 Gaho NativeAmerican Mother. F
36 Gaia Greek The earth. Mythological womanly personification of the earth and mother of the Titans. F
37 Gail English Independent name derived from a diminutive of the Hebrew Abigail, meaning 'gives joy' or 'my father rejoices. '. F
38 Gail Hebrew Diminutive of Abigail: Father rejoiced, or father's joy. Gives joy. The intelligent, beautiful Abigail was Old Testament King David's third wife, described as 'good in discretion and beautiful in form. F
39 Gaila English Joyful. Abbreviation of Abigail. Gael is a term for descendants of the ancient Celts in Scotland; Ireland and the Isle of Man. F
40 Gaira Scottish Short. F
41 Gala English Festive party. Joyful. Abbreviation of Abigail. Gael is a term for descendants of the ancient Celts in Scotland; Ireland and the Isle of Man. F
42 Gala French From Gaul. F
43 Gala Latin From Gaul. F
44 Gala Norse Lovely voice. F
45 Gala Spanish From Gaul. F
46 Gala Swedish Singer. F
47 Galatea Greek White as milk. In mythology Pygmalion fell in love with the statue Galatia and Aphrodite brought her to life for him. F
48 Galatee French White. F
49 Galatia Biblical White, the color of milk F
50 Gale English Independent name derived from a diminutive of the Hebrew Abigail, meaning 'gives joy' or 'my father rejoices. '. F
51 Gale Hebrew Diminutive of Abigail: Father rejoiced, or father's joy. Gives joy. The intelligent, beautiful Abigail was Old Testament King David's third wife, described as 'good in discretion and beautiful in form. F
52 Gale Norse Lovely voice. F
53 Galea English Festive party. F
54 Galeed Biblical The heap of witness. F
55 Galen English Festive party. F
56 Galena English Festive party. F
57 Galena Spanish Small intelligent one. F
58 Galenia Spanish Small intelligent one. F
59 Galenka Hebrew God shall redeem. F
60 Galenka Russian God has redeemed. F
61 Gali Hebrew Fountain. F
62 Galia Hebrew God shall redeem. F
63 Galiana German Haughty. F
64 Galice Hebrew Fountain. F
65 Galiena German Haughty. F
66 Galiene ArthurianLegend A lady. F
67 Galila Hebrew God shall redeem. F
68 Galilah Hebrew God shall redeem. F
69 Galilahi NativeAmerican Attractive (Cherokee). F
70 Galilee Biblical Wheel, revolution. F
71 Galina English Variant of Helen. In mythology the abduction of Zeus's mortal daughter Helen sparked the Trojan War. F
72 Galina Greek Light. Variant of Helen. In mythology the abduction of Zeus's mortal daughter Helen sparked the Trojan War. F
73 Galina Hebrew God shall redeem. F
74 Galine Russian God has redeemed. F
75 Galit Hebrew Fountain. F
76 Galla French From Gaul. F
77 Gallia French From Gaul. F
78 Gallia Hebrew God shall redeem. F
79 Gallim Biblical Who heap up, who cover. F
80 Galochka Hebrew God shall redeem. F
81 Galya Hebrew God shall redeem. F
82 Galya Russian God has redeemed. F
83 Gammadims Biblical Dwarfs. F
84 Gana Hebrew Garden. F
85 Gandhari Indian Name of a princess. F
86 Ganesa Hindi From Ganas. F
87 Ganet Hebrew Garden. F
88 Ganice Hebrew Garden. F
89 Ganieda ArthurianLegend Merlin's sister. F
90 Ganit Hebrew Garden. F
91 Gara Scottish Short. F
92 Garabi Latin Clear. F
93 Garabina Spanish Purification. F
94 Garabine Spanish Purification. F
95 Garaitz Basque Victory. F
96 Garaitz Spanish Victory. F
97 Garan Welsh Stork. F
98 Garbi Latin Clear. F
99 Garbina Spanish Purification. F
100 Garbine Spanish Purification. F
101 Garda Teutonic Guarded. F
102 Garde Teutonic Guarded. F
103 Gardenia English The flower. F
104 Gari Teutonic Spear maid. F
105 Garia Scottish Short. F
106 Garland French Crowned with flowers. F
107 Garmangahis Anglo-Saxon A goddess worshipped in Lanchester. F
108 Garnet English A dark-red gemstone named for the pomegranate because of its color. F
109 Garnet French A dark-red gemstone named for the pomegranate because of its color. F
110 Garthf Norse Protection. F
111 Garuda Hindi The sacred bird that carries Vishnu. F
112 Garudi Indian Bird of prey. F
113 Gaspara Spanish Treasure. F
114 Gath Biblical A wine-press. F
115 Gath-rimmon Biblical The high wine-press. F
116 Gatha Indian Song. F
117 Gatha Persian Song. F
118 Gauri Hindi Gold. F
119 Gauri Indian Shining. F
120 Gavenia Scottish White hawk. F
121 Gavina Latin From Gabio. Variant of Gabinus which is a saint's name. F
122 Gavina Scottish White hawk. F
123 Gavra Hebrew God gives strength. F
124 Gavriella Italian God's able-bodied one. Feminine of Gabriel. F
125 Gavrila Hebrew God gives strength. F
126 Gavrila Slavic God give me strength. F
127 Gavrilla Hebrew God gives strength. F
128 Gavrilla Slavic God give me strength. F
129 Gay English Variant of Gail: Joyful. Lively. Also a modern term denoting homosexuality. F
130 Gay French From the Old French word 'gai', meaning merry or light-hearted. F
131 Gay Teutonic Happy. F
132 Gayatri Indian A singer. F
133 Gaye French From the Old French word 'gai', meaning merry or light-hearted. F
134 Gayla English Festive party. F
135 Gayle English Independent name derived from a diminutive of the Hebrew Abigail, meaning 'gives joy' or 'my father rejoices. '. F
136 Gayle Hebrew Diminutive of Abigail: Father rejoiced, or father's joy. Gives joy. The intelligent, beautiful Abigail was Old Testament King David's third wife, described as 'good in discretion and beautiful in form. F
137 Gaylen English Festive party. F
138 Gaylene English Joyful. Abbreviation of Abigail. Gael is a term for descendants of the ancient Celts in Scotland; Ireland and the Isle of Man. F
139 Gaynor ArthurianLegend Variant of Guinevere: Fair one. Guinevere was King Arthur's mythological queen. F
140 Gaza Biblical Strong, a goat. F
141 Gazer Biblical A dividing, a sentence. F
142 Gazit Hebrew Cut stone. F
143 Gazzam Biblical The fleece of them. F
144 Geba Biblical A hill, cup. F
145 Gebal Biblical Bound, limit. F
146 Gebim Biblical Grasshoppers, height. F
147 Gechina Basque Graceful. F
148 Gechina Spanish Grace. F
149 Geder Biblical A wall. F
150 Gederah Biblical A wall. F
151 Gederoth Biblical A wall. F
152 Gederothaim Biblical Hedges. F
153 Geela Hebrew Eternal joy. F
154 Gehazi Biblical Valley of sight. F
155 Geirbjorg Norse Sister of Bersi the Godless. F
156 Geirrid Norse Sister of Geirrod. F
157 Gelasia Greek Inclined to laughter. F
158 Geliloth Biblical Rolling, wheel, heap. F
159 Gelsomina Danish Jasmine. F
160 Gem Latin Gem; a jewel. F
161 Gemma French Jewel. F
162 Gemma Italian Jewel or gem. Famous bearer: Italian saint Gemma Gaigani, actress Gemma Craven. F
163 Gemma Latin Gem; a jewel. F
164 Gemmalyn Latin Gem; a jewel. F
165 Gemmalynn Latin Gem; a jewel. F
166 Genaya English Variant of Jenny. White wave. F
167 Generosa Spanish Generous. F
168 Genesis Biblical Beginning. F
169 Genesis Hebrew Origin; birth. Genisis is the name of the first book in the Bible. 'Genisia' - the Virgin Mary of Turin - is a protectress invoked against drought in Catholic tradition. F
170 Genessa Hebrew Origin; birth. Genisis is the name of the first book in the Bible. 'Genisia' - the Virgin Mary of Turin - is a protectress invoked against drought in Catholic tradition. F
171 Geneva French Of the race of women. Juniper. F
172 Geneva German Of the race of women. F
173 Geneve French Of the race of women. F
174 Geneve German Of the race of women. F
175 Genevie French Of the race of women. F
176 Genevie German Of the race of women. F
177 Genevieve Celtic White wave. F
178 Genevieve French Of the race of women. White wave. F
179 Genevieve German Of the race of women. White wave. Famous bearer: Saint Genevieve is the patron saint of Paris, believed to have protected Paris from Attila the Hun. F
180 Genevra Italian Italian form of Genevieve, meaning white wave, of the race of women, fair and yielding. F
181 Genevre French Juniper. F
182 Genisa Hebrew Genisia, the Virgin Mary of Turin, is a protectress invoked against drought in Catholic tradition. F
183 Genisia Hebrew Genisia, the Virgin Mary of Turin, is a protectress invoked against drought in Catholic tradition. F
184 Genisis Hebrew Origin; birth. Genisis is the name of the first book in the Bible. 'Genisia' - the Virgin Mary of Turin - is a protectress invoked against drought in Catholic tradition. F
185 Genivee French Of the race of women. F
186 Genivee German Of the race of women. F
187 Genna English Variant of Jenny. White wave. F
188 Gennesaret Biblical Garden of the prince. F
189 Genny English Variant of Jenny. White wave. F
190 Genoveva German White wave. F
191 Genowefa German White wave. F
192 GeNude Teutonic Strong with a spear. F
193 Geonna Italian Variant of Jane. F
194 Georgeanne Latin Variant of Georgia. F
195 Georgette French A French feminine form of the Greek George, meaning tiller of the soil, or farmer. Famous bearer: British romance novelist Georgette Heyer. F
196 Georgette Greek Farmer. F
197 Georgia English A feminine form of the Greek George, meaning tiller of the soil, or farmer. Famous bearer: the American state of Georgia, named after British King George II. F
198 Georgia German Farmer. Feminine of George. F
199 Georgia Greek Farmer. F
200 Georgiana Greek A feminine form of the Greek George, meaning tiller of the soil, or farmer. F