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Name Meaning Pronunciation Derivations Origin
Gabby God
is my strength. A short form of Gabriel.
Gab, Gabb, Gabbea, Gabbee,
Gabbey, Gabbi, Gabbie, Gabe, Gabea, Gabee, Gabey, Gabi, Gabie, Gaby
 French
Gable Little one with the
strength of God. A form of Gabrielle. A feminine form of Gabriel.
Gabal, Gabala, Gabalah,
Gabale, Gaball, Gaballa, Gaballah, Gaballe, Gabel, Gabela, Gabelah,
Gabele, Gabell, Gabella, Gabellah, Gabelle
Old French
Gabor Strength of God. A
feminine formo f Gabriel.
Gabora, Gaborah, Gabore Hungarian, Hebrew
Gaby God is my strength. A
short form of Gabriel.
Gab, Gabb, Gabbea, Gabbee,
Gabbey, Gabbi, Gabbie, Gabe, Gabea, Gabee, Gabey,
Gabi, Gabie, Gabby
French
Gabriella God
is my strength. A feminine form of Gabriel.
Gabell, Gabella, Gabellah,
Gabellia, Gabriel, Gabriela, Gabrielah, Gabriell, Gabriellah,
Gabriellia, Gabriello (Italian), Gabrila, Gabrilla, Gabriolett,
Gabrioletta, Gabriolette, Gabryel (Polish), Gabryela (Polish),
Gabryiela, Gavra (Slavic), Gavrielle, Gavrilla, Gavrille, Gavryl,
Gavryla, Gavryle, Gavryll, Gavrylla, Gavrylle
 Italian
Gabrielle God
is my strength.
Gabriel, Gabriele Italian 
Gada Lucky Gadah Hebrew
Gady Little friend. Gadea, Gade, Gadey, Gadi,
Gadie
Old English
Gaea The earth. Gala Greek
Gaenor Fair Welsh
Gaetana Graceful earth. Gaetan, Gaetanah, Gaetane,
Gaetanna, Gaetanne, Gaitana, Gaitanah, Gaitann, Gaitanna, Gaitanne,
Gaytana, Gaytane, Gaytanna, Gaytanne
Hebrew, Greek
Gage Promise Gaeg, Gaege, Gaig, Gaige,
Gayg, Gayge
Old French
Gai Lively Ga, Gae, Gaie, Gaye Old French
Gaia

“GUY-ah”

Earth Gaea, Gaeah, Gaiah, Gaiea,
Gaya, Gayah
Greek
Gail Lively, merry singer;
Born of a joyous father. A short form of Abigail.
Abigail, Gael, Gaela,
Gaell, Gaella, Gaelle, Gaile, Gailean, Gaileana, Gaileane, Gaileen,
Gaileena, Gailina, Gailine, Gailyn, Gailyna, Gailyne, Gale (Norse),
Galey, Galie, Gayel, Gayell, Gayella, Gayelle, Gayl, Gayla, Gayle
(English), Gayleen, Gayleena, Gaylia, Gayliah, Gaylina, Gayline,
Gaylyn, Gaylyna, Gaylynah, Gaylyne
Old English; Hebrew 
Gala Singer; Fine. Galah, Galla, Gallah Norwegian; Italian.
Galatea Cream colour,
Milky white.
Galanth, Galanthe,
Galantha, Galatee, Galaty, Galati, Galatia, Galatiah, Galatie, Galaty,
Galatya, Galatyah
Greek
Galaxy Star system. Galaxee, Galaxey, Galaxi,
Galaxia, Galaxiah
Latin
Gale To sing,
Singer.
Old Norse
Galena Calm healer. Galana, Galanah, Galane,
Galean, Galeana, Galeane, Galeena, Galeenah, Galeene, Galeah, Galene,
Galina, Galinah, Galine, Gallana, Gallanah, Gallane, Galleena,
Galleenah, Galleene, Galen, Galenah, Galene, Gallin, Gallina, Gallinah,
Galline, Gallyn, Gallyna, Gallynah, Gallyne, Galyn, ,Galyna, Galynah,
Galyne
Greek
Gali Spring, Fountain on
a hill.
Galea, Galeah, Galee,
Galei, Galeigh, Galey, Galia, Galiah, Galie, Gallea, Galleah, Gallee,
Gallei, Galleigh, Galley, Galli, Gallie, Gally, Galy
Hebrew
Galiena Lofty one. Teutonic
Galilani Friend Galilanee, Galilaney,
Galilnie, Galilany
Cherokee
Galina White light; Calm.
Russian form of Helen, shining light.
Galaina, Galainah,
Galaine, Galayna, Galaynah, Galayne, Galean, Galeana, Galeanah,
Galeane, Galeen, Galeena, Galeenah, Galeene, Galena, Galenah, Galene,
Galenka, Galiana, Galianah, Galiane, Galinah, Galine, Galinka, Galka,
Galkah, Galinka, Galochka, Galya, Galyag, Galyn, Galyna, Galynah,
Galyne
Russian; Greek
Galla Stranger Glaa, Galah, Gallah Celtic
Gamel Elder Gamala, Gamalah, Gamale,
Gamela, Gamelah, Gamele
Scandinavian
Ganan West Ganana, Gananah Australian Aboriginal
Ganesa Lucky Ganesah, Ganessa,
Ganessah
Hindi
Ganya Garden of the Lord. Gania, Ganiah, Ganya,
Ganyah
Hebrew
Garda Guardian Gardah German
Gardenia Botanical –
sweet-smelling garden flowers.
Gardeen, Gardeena,
Gardeene, Gardena, Gardene, Gardin, Gardina, Gardine, Gardyn, Gardyna,
Gardynah, Gardyne
English
Gari Spear maiden.
The feminine form of Gary.
Teutonic
Garland From the battle ground;
Wreath of flowers.
Garlan, Garlana, garlanah,
Garlane, Garleen, Garleena, Garleenah, Garleene, Garlena, Garlenah,
Garlene, Garlind, Garlinda, Garlindah, Garlinde, Garlyn, Garlynd,
Garlynda, Garlyndah, Garlynde
English; Old French
Garnet Dark red, precious gem. Garneta, Garnetah,
Garnete, Garnett, Garnetta, Garnettah, Garnette
Middle English
Garyn Spear carrier. Garan, Garana, Garane,
Garin, Garina, Garine, Garran, Garrana, Garrane, Garrin, Garrina,
Garrine, Garyn, Garyna, Garyne, Garynna, Garynne
English
Gasha Kind, Good. A form of
Agatha.
Gashah, Gashka Russian, Greek
Gasparde Guardian of the treasure.
A form of Casper.
Caspard, Gasparda French
Gavrella Hawk with the strength of
God. The combination of Gavin and Gabrielle.
Gavila, Gavilla, Gaville,
Gavrel, Gavrela, Gavrelah, Gavrelia, Gavreliah, Gavrell, Gavrella,
Gavrellah, Gavrlle, Gavrid, Gavrieela, Gavriela, Gavrielle, Gavrilla,
Gavrille, Gavryl, Gavryla, Gavryle, Gavryll, Gavrylla, Gavrylle
Hebrew
Gavrila Heroine. A
feminine form of Gabriel.
Hebrew
Gay Merry,
happy, Lively.
Ga, Gae, Gai, Gaie, Gaye Old French
Gayadin Platypus Gayadyn Australian Aboriginal
Gaye Merry,
happy
Gay  Old French
Gayle Lively, merry singer;
Born of a joyous father. A short form of Abigail.
Abigail,
Gail
 Old English, Hebrew
Gaylia Lively Gaelia, Gaeliah, Gailia,
Gailiah, Gayliah
English
Gayna White wave. A form of
Guinevere.
Gaena, Gaenah, Gaina,
Gainah, Gaynah
English, Welsh
Gazella Gazelle or
antelope.
Gazelle New Latin
Gelasia Inclined to
laughter.
Greek
Gella Joy    
Gem Precious
stone, Jewell. A short form of Gemma.
Jem Latin, Italian 
Gemma Precious
stone, Jewell.
Gema, Gemah, Gemee, Gemey,
Gemia, Gemiah, Gemie, Gemma, Gemmah, Gemmee, Gemmey, Gemmi, Gemmia,
Gemmiah, Gemmy, Gemy, Jema, Jemah, Jemee, Jemey, Jemia, Jemie,
Jemm, Jemma, Jemmah, Jemmee, Jemmey, Jemmia, Jemmy, Jemy 
Latin, Italian 
Gena White wave. A short form
of Genevieve.
Geanna, Geannah, Geena,
Geenah, Genah, Gina, Ginah, Gyna, Gynah
French, Welsh
Gene Well-born,
Noble. A short form of Eugenia.
Greek
Geneva Juniper
berry, Juniper tree.
Geneeva, Geneevah,
Genevah, Genevera, Geneva, Genevah, Genevra (French), Genevrah,
Genevia, Geneviah, Genevra, Genneeva, Genneevah, Ginevra, Ginevrah,
Ginneeva, Ginneevah, Ginneva, Ginnevah, Gyniva, Gynivah, Gynniva,
Gynnivah, Gynnyva, Gynnyvah, Jeneva, Jenevah, Jenevia, Jeneviah 
Old French 
Genevia Juniper Latin
Genevieve Fair
one, White wave.
Faik, Geneva, Geneviev,
Genevion (French), Genevra, Genofeva (German), Genofwica (Illyrian),
Genovefa, Genovera, Genowefa, Genowica, Ginett (French), Ginevieve,
Gynevieve, Janavive, Janeva, Javotte, Jenevieve, Jenofeba, Jenofeva,
Vanora, Vefeli, Vevay, Vevetta, Vevette, Zinerva, Zinervah, Zynerva,
Zynervah
Teutonic, French 
Genie Admired,
Praised. 
Hebrew
Genna White wave. Gena, Genah, Gennae,
Gennah, Gennai, Gennay, Genni, Gennie, Genny, Geny
Welsh
Georgeanne Graceful farmer. A
feminine form of George.
Georgeann, Georgeanah,
Georgeannia, Georget, Georgette, Georgetta, Georgette, Georgiann,
Georgianna, Georgiannah, Georgianne, Georgyan, Georgyana, Georgyanah,
Georgyane, Georgyann, Georgyanna, Georgyannah, Georgyanne
Greek, English, Hebrew
Georgene Farmer Georgeana, Georgeanah,
Georgeane, Georgeena, Georgeene, Georgeina, Georgena, Georgenah,
Georgenia, Georgiena, Georgienna, Georgienne, Georgina, Georginah,
Georgine, Georgyn, Georgyna, Georgyne
English, Greek
Georgette Little farmer. Georget, Georgeta,
Georgete, Georgett, Georgetta
French, Greek 
Georgia Farmer Georgeann, Georgeanna,
Georgeannah, Georgeanne, Georgena, Georget, Georgett, Georgetta,
Georgette, Georgiana, Georgianah, Georgiann, Georgianna, Georgiannah,
Georgianne, Georgina, Georgine, Georgya, Giorgi, Giorgia (Italian),
Giraida (Italian). Also see Jorja.
Latin, Greek 
Georgianna Graceful farmer. Georgeann, Georgeannah,
Georgeanne, Georgeannia, Georget, Georgett, Georgetta, Georgette,
Georgiann, Georgiannah, Georgianne, Georgyan, Georgyana, Georgyanah,
Georgyane, Georgyann, Georgyanna, Georgyannah, Georgyanne
Latin, Greek
Georgie A short form of names
beginning with “George”, Farmer.
Georgi, Georgy Latin, Greek
Georgina Farmer Georgine, Georgean,
Georgeana, Georgeanah, Georgeane, Georgeen, Georgeena, Georgeenah,
Georgeenia, Georginah, Georgine, Georgyn, Georgyna, Georgynah,
Georgyne, Jeorgina, Jeorginah, Georgine, Jeorjina, Jeorjinah, Jeorjine,
Jeorjyna, Jeorjyne
Latin, Greek 
Geraldine Brave spear carrier. The
feminine form of Gerald.
Geralda, Geraldeen,
Geraldeena, Geraldeenah, Geraldina, Gerhardina, Gerhardine, Geriann,
Gerianna, Geriannah, Gerlina, Gerlinda, Gerrianne, Jeraldina,
Jeraldina, Jeraldine, Jeraldyn, Jeralydyna, Jeraldyne, Gereldine,
Gerrldine, Gereldean, Gerreldean
Teutonic
Geralyn Mighty woman with a spear
from the pool.
Geralin, Geralina,
Geraline, Geralyna, Geralyne
German, Welsh
Geranium Crane Greek
Gerda Beloved warrior. The
short form of Gertrude, spear strength.
Gerdah German
Geri Brave spear carrier. A
short form of Geraldine.
Geree, Gerey, Gerie,
Gerree, Gerrey, Gerri, Gerrie, Gerry, Gery, Jeree, Jerey, Jeri, Jerie,
Jerree, Jerrey, Jerri, Jerrie, Jerry, Jery
German, American
Germaine From Germany. Germa, Germain, Germana,
Germane, Germayn, Germayne, Jerma, Jermain, Jermaine, Jermane, Jermayn,
Jermayne
French
Germina Twin Gemini, Geminia, Germini,
Germinie, Germyn, Germyna, Germyne
Greek
Gertrude Spear strength. Geede (Lettish), Geertui,
Geertrud, Geertruda, Geertrude, Geertrudi, Geertrudie, Geertrudy,
Geitruda (Italian), Gerruda, Gerrudah, Gertraud (German), Gertraude,
Gertruda, Gertrudah, Gertrudes, Gertrudia, Gertrudis (Spanish),
Gertruide (Dutch, Polish, Lithuanian), Gertruyd, Gertruyde, Girtrud,
Girtruda, Girtrude, Gyrtrud, Gyrtruda, Gyrtrudah, Gyrtrude
Teutonic
Gervaise Skilled with a spear Gervis, Gervayse, Jatrad,
Jedert
French
Gessica Wealthy. A form of
Jessica.
Gesica, Gesika, Gesikah,
Gessica, Gessika, Gessikah, Gesyca, Gesyka, Gessica, Gessika, Gessyca,
Gessyka, Jessica, Jessyca
Italian, Hebrew
Geva Hill Gevah Hebrew
Ghada Young, Tender. Gada, Gadah Arabic
Ghadah Beautiful Arabic
Ghamidah Mystery, riddle, enigma. GAM-i-dah Gamida, Gamidah Arabic
Ghislaine Pledge Teutonic
Ghita Pearl Ghyta, Ghytah, Gita,
Gitah, Gyta, Gytah
Italian
Gia God is gracious Giah, Gya, Gyah Hebrew
Giacinta Hyacinth, Purple. A form
of Jacinta.
Giacynta, Giacyntah,
Gyacinta, Giacintah, Gyacynta, Gyacyntah
Italian
Giacobba Replacer. The feminine
form of Jacob.
Giacoba, Giacobah,
Giacobbah, Gyacoba, Gyacobba, Gyacobbah
Hebrew
Gian God is gracious. A
feminine form of John
Geona, Geonna, Giana,
Gianah, Gianel, Gianela, Gianele, Gianell, Gianella, Gianelle, Gianet,
Gianeta, Gianete, Gianett, Gianetta, Gianette, Giannah, Gianoula, Gyan,
Gyana, Gyanah, Gyann, Gyanna, Gyannah, Gianna
Italian, Hebrew
Gianina God is
gracious. A feminine form of Giovanni, John.
Giannina Italian
Giahn Could be another
derivation of Gian
Giaan Italian, Hebrew
Gidget Cute, Giddy. Gydget English, American
Gigi Brilliant. A
short form of Virginia.
Geegee, Geygey, Gygy,
Jeejee, Jeyjey, Jiji
German
Gila Joy. A short form of
Gilana.
Gilah, Gyla, Gylah Hebrew
Gilana Joy Gilanah, Gilane, Gilania,
Gilaine, Gylan, Gylana, Gylanah, Gylane
Hebrew
Gilberta Trust, Promise; Joy. The
feminine form of Gilbert.
Gilbert, Gilberte,
Gilbertia, Gilbertina, Gilbertine, Gilbertyna, Gilbertyne, Gilbirt,
Gilbirta, Gilbirte, Gilbirtia, Gilbirtina, Gilbirtine, Gilburta,
Gilburte (Teutonic), Gilburtia, Gilburtina, Gilburtyna, Gilbyrta,
Gilbyrte, Gilbyrtia, Gilbyrtina, Gilbyrtyna, Gylberta, Gylbertah,
Gylberte, Gylbertina, Gylbertynan, Gylbirta, Gylbite, Gylbirtia,
Gylbirtina, Gylbirtyna, Gylburta, Gylburte, Gylburtia, Gylburtina,
Gylburtyna, Gylbyrta, Gylbyrte, Gylbyrtia, Gylbyrtina, Gylbyrtyna
German; Hebrew
Gilda Covered in gold; God’s
servant.
Gildah, Gilded, Gylda,
Gyldah, Gylded
Old English; Celt
Gillian Young bird. The feminine
form of Julian, belonging to the youth.
Gila, Gilana, Gilena,
Gilenia, Gilian, Giliana, Giliane, Gilleann, Gilleanna, Gilleane,
Gilliana, Gilliane, Gillien, Gylian, Gyliana, Gyliane, Gyllian,
Gylliana, Gylliane, Gyllyan, Gyllyana, Gyllyane, Jillian, Jilliann,
Jillianna, Jilliane, Jyllian, Jylliana, Jyllianah, Jylliane, Jylliann,
Jyllianna, Jylliannah, Jyllianne, Jyllyan, Jyllyanah, Jyllyane,
Jyllyann, Jyllyanna, Jyllyannah, Jyllyanne
Latin
Gin Silver Gina, Gyn, Gyna Japanese
Gina Silver; Queen; Garden;
Farmer. A short form of Georgina
Geena, Geenah, Gena, Gnah,
Ginah, Ginea, Gineah, Ginia, Gyna, Gynah, Gynia, Gynya
Japanese; Latin; Hebrew;
Greek
Ginene Russian Princess Gin, Ginnie Russian
Ginerva White as foam. Ginervah Celtic
Ginger Red-haired; ginger spice Ginata, Ginatah, Ginja,
Ginjah, Ginjar, Ginjer, Gynger, Gynjer
Old English
Ginia Purity. A short form of
Virginia.
Ginata, Giniah, Gynia,
Gyniah, Gynya, Gynyah
Latin
Ginnifer White wave, Fair-haired.
A form of Jennifer.
Genifer, Gennifer,
Ginifer, Gynifer, Gyniffer
Welsh
Ginny Purity. A short form of
Virginia.
Ginnee, Ginni, Ginnie,
Giny, Gyni, Gynie, Gynn, Gynni, Gynnie, Gynny, Gyny, Jinnee, Jinney,
Jinni, Jinnie, Jinny, Jiny
Latin
Giordana Flowing down, Descending.
A feminine form of Jordan.
Giadana, Giadanah,
Giadanna, Giadannah, Giodana, Giodanah, Giodanna, Giondannah,
Giordanah, Giordanna, Giordannah, Gyodana, Gyodanah, Gyodanna,
Gyodannah, Gyordana, Gyordanah, Gyordanna, Gyordannah
Italian, Hebrew
Giorsal Graceful. Giorsala, Giorsalah,
Gyorsal, Gyorsala, Gyorsalah
Scottish
Giovanna God is gracious. A form
of Jane.
Giavana, Giavanah,
Giavannah, Giovana, Giovanah, Giovannah, Giovona, Giovonah, Giovonna,
Giovonnah, Gyovan, Gyovana, Gyovanna, Gyovannah
Italian
Giraida Farm girl. A
form of Georgia.
Italian
Giralda Spear ruler. Giraldah, Gyralda,
Gyraldah
Teutonic
Girra Greek Gira, Girah, Girrah, Gyra,
Gyrrah
Australian Aboriginal
Girraween Floral place. Australian
Aboriginal
Gisa Carved stone Gisah, Gysa, Gysah Hebrew
Gisela Promise Ghislaine, Giselda,
Gisele, Giselle, Gysel, Gysela, Gysele, Gysell, Gysella, Gyselle,
Itisberga
Teutonic
Giselle Protector with a sword. Gisel, Gisela, Giselah,
Gisele, Giselia, Gisell, Gisella, Gisellah, Gissel, Gissela, Gissele,
Gissell, Gissella, Gisselle, Gizel, Gizela, Gizele, Gizella, Gizelle,
Gysel, Gysela, Gysele, Gysell, Gysella, Gyzel, Gyzela, Gyzele, Gyzell,
Gyzella, Gyzelle
English
Gita Song; Pearl. Gitah, Gitka, Gitta,
Gittah, Gituska, Gyta, Gytah
Sanskrit, Slavian
Gitana Gypsy Gitanna, Gytana, Gytanna Spanish
Githa Good Gitel (Hebrew), Gitela,
Gitelah, Gitele, Gitell (Hebrew), Gitella, Gitellah, Gitelle, Githah,
Gytel, Gytell, Gytella, Gytellah, Gytelle, Gytha, Gythah
Greek
Gittel Good Yiddish
Giulia Youthful one.
A form of Julia.
Italian
Gladys Princess; Small sword. Gladsis, Gladdys, Gladis,
Gladuse (Cornish), Gladyss, Gleddis, Gleddys, Godonne (French),
Gwladys
Celtic; Latin
Gleda Glowing, Glad
one; Make happy, Gladden.
Gled Old English;
Icelandic
Glenda From the valley. A
feminine form of Glen.
Glendah, Glennda,
Glenndah
Irish
Glenna From the valley. A
feminine form of Glen.
Glen, Glenda, Glendah,
Gleneesha, Gleneisha, Glennesha, Glennis, Glenneesha, Glennisha,
Glennishia, Glennys, Glynna, Glynnis, Glynnys
Irish
Glennis From the valley. A
feminine form of Glen.
Genda, Glenice, Glenicia,
Glenis, Glenna, Glenne, Glennys, Glenys
Irish
Gloria Glorious Glore, Gloree, Glorey,
Glori, Gloriah, Glorian, Gloriana, Gloriane, Gloriann, Glorianna,
Glorianne, Glorien, Glory, Glorya, Gloryah, Glorye
Latin
Glorien Glorious Glorian, Gloriana,
Gloriane, Gloriann, Glorianna, Glorianne, Gloryan, Gloryana, Gloryane,
Gloryann, Gloryanna, Gloryanne, Gloriena, Gloriene, Glorienn,
Glorienna, Glorienne, Gloryen, Gloryena, Gloryene, Gloryenn, Gloryenna,
Gloryenne
Latin
Glory Glorious Glorea, Gloree, Glori,
Gloriann, Glorianna, Glorianne, Glorie, Gloryann, Gloryanna, Gloryanne
Latin
Glynnis Glorious Glynis, Glynnis (Welsh) Latin
Godiva Gift of God. Godivah, Godyva, Godyvah Old English
Gohar Diamond, Precious stone. A form of
Goharik.
Goharuhi, Govbar, Guhar (Persian) Armenian
Golda Gold Goldah, Goldarina,
Goldeena, Goldeene, Goldena, Goldene, Goldina, Goldinah, Goldine,
Goldyn, Goldyna, Goldynah, Goldyne
Old English
Goldie Gold. Goldea, Goldee, Goldey,
Goldi, Goldia, Goldiah, Goldie, Goldy, Goldya, Goldyah
English
Goma Dance of joy Gomah Swahili
Goolcoola Sweet Australian
Aboriginal
Gopi Cow herder. Gopie, Gopy Sanskrit
Goranka From the forest. Gorana Slavic
Grace Graceful, Blessed. Engracia, Giorsal
(Scottish), Gracella, Gracelia, Gracia, Graciella, Gracielle, Graciosa
(Spanish), Graice, Graise, Grase, Grata, Gratia, Gratiana, Gratiane,
Grayce, Graycia, Grazia (Italian), Graziella, Grazielle, Grazina,
Greice, Greyce, Greyse
Latin
Gracilia Slender Latin
Gracia Graceful Graciah, Graicia,
Graiciah, Graisia, Graisiah, Grasia, Grasiah, Graycia, Grayciah,
Graysia, Grasiah, Grazia, Graziah, Graziel, Graziela, Graziele,
Graziell, Graziella, Grazielle, Graziosa, Grazyna
Latin
Grainne Love Grania Irish
Gratiana Graceful Gratian, Gratiane,
Gratiann, Gratianna, Gratianne, Gratyan, Gratyana, Gratyane, Gratyann,
Gratyanna, Gratyanne
Hebrew
Greer Watchful. The Scottish
feminine form of Gregory.
Grear, Grier, Gryer Scottish
Gregoria Watchful one.
A feminine form of Gregory.
Greer Latin
Greta Pearl; Daisy. The Slavic,
Swedish, German form of Margaret.
Grata, Gratah, Greata,
Greatah, Greeta, Greetah, Gretah, Gretal, Gretchen, Grete, Gretel,
Gretna, Gretta, Grettal, Gretyl, Gretyll
Greek; English
Gretchen Pearl. A form of
Margaret.
Greta, Gretah, Gretchan,
Gretchin, Gretchon, Gretchun, Gretchyn
German, Greek
Gretel Pearl Gretal, Gretall, Gretil,
Gretill, Gretell, Gretyl, Gretyll
Greek
Grischa Watchful. The feminine
form of Gregory.
Gryscha Russian
Griselda War heroine. Griseldios, Griseldis,
Grishilda, Grishild, Grishilde, Grissel, Grisselda, Grizel, Grizelda,
Grizella, Grizelle, Gryselda, Gryzelda
Teutonic
Guda Divine; Good Gudah Scandinavian
Gudrun Divine wisdom, Good
friend, Rune; Warrior.
Gudren, Gudrin, Gudrina,
Gudrine, Gudrinn, Gudrinna, Guddrinne, Gudrun, Gudruna
Old Norse; Scandinavian
Guida A guide. A
woman ordained to teach others; Warrior maid.
Wido Italian; Old
German
Guilda Guide from the forest.
The feminine form of Guy.
Guildah, Guylda, Guyldah English, Italian
Guinevere / Genevieve White wave. Gaynor, Genevieve,
Genevive, Genivive, Gennifer, Ginevra, Gonor, Guenevere, Guinievre,
Guinivive, Guynieve, Guyniviv, Guynivive, Gwenivere, Gwenora, Gwenore,
Gwiniviev, Gwinivieve, Gwynifor, Gwynivere, Gwynivive, Janifier,
Jennifer, Ona, Oona, Una, Vannora, Vanora, Wanda, Wander, Wannor
Welsh
Gulla Yellow; Divine sea. Gula, Gulah, Gullah Scandinavian; Norse
Gunda Woman warrior. Gundah Norwegian
Gunhilda Warrior
battle maid.
Old Norse
Gurit Innocent baby Gurita, Gurite, Guryta,
Guryte
Hebrew
Gurley Willow tree Gurlea, Gurleah, Gurlee,
Gurlei, Gurleight, Gurli, Gurlie, Gurly
Australian Aboriginal
Gussie Venerable Gussy Latin
Gustava Staff of the
Goths.
Gussie, Gussy Swedish
Gustee Windy Gustea, Gustey, Gusti,
Gustie, Gusty
English
Guyra Fishing place. Guira, Guirah, Guyrah Australian Aboriginal
Gwawl Light Welsh
Gwawr Dawn Welsh
Gwen White. A short form of
names beginning with “Gwen”.
Gwenn, Gwin, Gwine,
Gwinn, Gwinne, Gyn, Gwynn, Gwynne
Welsh
Gwenda White, A form of
Gwendolyn.
Gwinda. Gwynda, Gwynedd Welsh
Gwendolyn Whit moon; Fair one from
th pool.
Guendolen, Gwendolen,
Gwendolin, Gwendolina, Gwendoline, Gweneth, Gwenetta, Gwenette,
Gwindolin, Gwindolina, Gwindoline, Gwindolyn, Gwindolyna, Gwindolyne,
Gwynaeth, Gwyndolin, Gwyndolina, Gwyndoline, Gwyndolyn, Gwyndolyna,
Gwyndolyne, Gwynedd
Welsh; Old English
Gwendonè A combination of Gwendoline, white
one or fair one from the pool  and Renè, peace. Peaceful white
one or peaceful fair one from the pool.
Welsh and Greek
Gwennifer A combination of
Gwendoline, white
one or fair one from the pool and Jennifer, white-wave or fair-haired.
Welsh and Cornish
Gwun Flute Gwuna Native American
Gwyneth White wave. Gweneth, Gwenneth,
Gwennyth, Gwenyth, Gwineth, Gwinneth, Gwyneth, Gwynneth
Welsh
Gypsy Wanderer Gipsea, Gipsee, Gipsey,
Gipsi, Gipsie, Gipsy, Gypsea, Gypsee, Gypsey, Gypsi, Gypsie
Old English
Gytha A gift;
Warlike.
Old English;
Old Norse