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Gaal [m]
Gabber (Dutch) [m]
 "friend"
Gabbers
Gabby
Gabe [m]
 short form of Gabriel
Gabi
Gabin
Gabina
Gabke
Gabor (Hungarian) [m]
 form of Gabriel
Gàbor
Gabriel (Hebrew) [m]
 "strong man of God"; one of the four archangels (Michael, Raphael, Uriel, Gabriel). Announcer of the births of John (to Zechariah) and Jesus (to Mary)
Gabrielle [f]
 form of Gabriel
Gabro
Gabry
Gabs
Gaby
Gabyla
Gacha (Russian) [mf]
Gacia
Gadax
Gaddak
Gaddo
Gadey (Scottish) [f]
Gadget
Gadisha (Turkish) [f]
 one of the wives of Mohammed
Gadiva
Gady
Gaea (Greek) [f]
 "earth"; mother goddess who presided over the earth. Mate of Uranus and mother of the Titans and the Cyclops.
Gael
Gaelen
Gaelic
Gaer
Gaffel
Gaffer
Gaffi
Gage (Middle English) [m]
 "measure"
Gahna
Gaia [f]
 variant of Gaea
Gaickoy
Gaico
Gaidulf
Gail [f]
 short form of Abigail
Gaila [f]
 form of Gail
Gailen [f]
Gailie
Gaily (English) [f]
Gaio
Gair
Gaire
Gaïta
Gaius (Latin) [m]
 "to rejoice"; common Roman name, e.g. Gaius Julius Caesar
Gaja
Gajhe
Gajus
Gal
Gala
Galactica [mf]
Galadriel (Sindarin) [f]
 "maiden crowned with a radiant garland"; elf princess in Tolkien's 'The Lord of the Rings'
Galahad
Galan
Galant
Galax
Galaxi
Galda
Galdi
Galdo (Portuguese) [m]
 a small town in Portugal
Gale (English) [f]
 form of Gail
Galen (Greek) [m]
 "calm"
Galeshka (Indian (sioux)) [mf]
 "spotted"
Gali
Galia
Galileo [m]
Galina
Galinka (Russian) [f]
Galja
Galka
Galla
Gallan
Gallant
Galle
Gallus
Galona
Galump
Galva
Galwan
Galway (Irish) [m]
 place
Gama
Gamba
Gambana
Gambi
Gambit
Gamble
Gambler
Gambo
Gamboy (English) [m]
Gamby
Gamin [m]
Gammeron
Gammy
Gamy
Gana
Ganda
Gandalf (English) [m]
 from Lord of the Rings
Gandhi
Gandi
Gandie
Gando
Gandolf
Gandor (Teutonic) [m]
 "strong as a wolf"
Ganesha
Gange
Gango
Gangster (English) [m]
Ganim (Moroccan) [m]
 "successful"
Ganja (Jamaican) [mf]
 "marijuana"
Gannef [mf]
Ganora
Ganouchka (Russian) [mf]
Ganove
Ganti
Ganto
Gara [f]
Garak [m]
Garand
Garant
Garanto
Garbh (Welsh) [mf]
 "rough"
Garbo
Garbun
Garby
Garçon
Garden (English) [mf]
Gardenia
Gardi
Gardist
Gardo
Gardon
Gareth (Welsh) [m]
 "gentle"; knight in 'The Tales of King Arthur'; Cardessian tailor from Start Trek 'Deep Space 9'
Garfield (Old English) [m]
 "triangle field"; cat in cartoon by Jim Davis
Garfunkel (English) [m]
Gargoyle
Garhoota
Gari
Garibald
Garisa
Garita
Garlef
Garlic
Garlin
Garnet (Old English) [m]
 "protection"
Garnette [f]
 form of Garnet
Garp
Garrett [m]
 from Gerald or Gerard; Pat Garrett was the sheriff who shot Billy the Kid
Garrincha [f]
Garrite [f]
Garro [m]
Garry [mf]
Garth (Teutonic) [m]
 "garden"
Gary [mf]
 short form of Gerald or Gareth
Gasan [m]
Gasao (Portuguese) [m]
Gascha [f]
Gaski
Gasko [m]
Gasmir
Gaspar [m]
 variant of Jasper
Gaspe [m]
Gass [m]
Gasta [f]
Gaston [m]
Gateaux [m]
Gatekeeper [m]
Gato [m]
Gator [m]
Gatsby [m]
Gaucho [m]
Gaudi [m]
Gaudie [mf]
Gaugraf
Gauguin (French) [m]
 painter
Gauner [m]
Gaus [m]
Gauss [m]
Gautscho [m]
Gavalon [m]
Gavilan
Gavin [m]
 form of Gawain
Gawain (Celtic) [m]
 "white hawk", "small hawk" or "battle hawk"; Sir Gawain was knight of the Round Table and nephew of King Arthur
Gawan [m]
Gawril
Gaxeline (English)
Gay (English) [f]
 "happy"
Gaya [f]
Gayco [m]
Gaye [f]
 form of Gay
Gayla [f]
 form of Gail
Gayle (English) [f]
 form of Gail
Gaynor [f]
 form of Guinevere
Gazelle [mf]
Gazer [m]
Gazi
Gazpacho [m]
Gazza [m]
 nickname of Paul Gascoigne (English soccerplayer)
G'Bibber
Gdeng
Gea [f]
Geal
Gealach
Gealach Gra (Irish) [mf]
 "irish love"
Geáler
Gean [mf]
Geappeloup
Gearraidh
Geas [m]
Geasa [f]
Geautie [f]
Geba [f]
Gebbe (Dutch) [mf]
 "gift"
Gebhard (Teutonic) [m]
 "gift brave"
Geck [m]
Gecko [m]
Ged
GedaGryze
Gedda [f]
Gedosi
Geekie [mf]
Geela [f]
Geelah [mf]
Geena [f]
Geertje (Dutch) [f]
Geeske
Geezer [m]
Geff [m]
Gefion [f]
Gei
Geinnie [f]
Geisha [f]
Geiss [mf]
Geist [mf]
Geisy [f]
Gejo [mf]
Geke [f]
Gel
Gela [f]
Geldus [m]
Gele [m]
Geleel (Gaelic) [m]
Gelfa [f]
Geli [f]
Gelinda [f]
Gelinote
Gelja [f]
Gella [f]
Gelly [f]
Gelma [f]
Gelmo [m]
Geluk-L
Gem
Gema [mf]
Gemax
Gemi
Gemini (Latin) [m]
 "twins"
Gemma (Italian) [f]
 "gem" or form of James
Gemme
Gemse
Gen [m]
Gena [f]
 short form of Eugenia
Genda
Gendo
Gene [m]
 short form of Eugene
General
Genesis (Greek) [f]
 "birth"; first book of the bible
Geneur (French) [m]
 "troublemaker"
Geneva [f]
 form of Genevieve
Genevieve (Celtic) [f]
 "white wave" or "tribe woman" or form of Guinevere
Genghis
Genia
Genie
Genio (Italian) [m]
Genique
Genius
Genna
Gennaro (Latin) [m]
 "January" after Roman god Janus
Genni
Gennie
Genny
Geno
Genoveva
Gent
Genta
Gentha
Genti [f]
Gentil (French) [f]
 Gentle'
Gentle (English) [mf]
Gentle Lady
Gentleman (English) [m]
Gento
Genuine
Genuivre [f]
Genza (Italian) [f]
Genzo
Geo
Geoffrey [m]
 perhaps form of Godfrey
Geoffroy
Geordie
Geordy
Georffrey
Georg (German) [m]
 form of George
George (Greek) [m]
 "farmer"
Georges (French) [m]
 form of George
Georgette (French) [f]
 form of George
Georgia
Georgie
Georgina (Latin, English) [f]
 form of George
Georgine (French) [f]
 form of George
Georgy
Georno
Georo
Geowin
Geppetto
Geppo
Gera
Gerald (Teutonic) [m]
 "spear rule"
Geraldina
Geraldine [f]
 form of Gerald
Geraldo (Spanish) [m]
 form of Gerald
Geralinde
Gerard (Teutonic) [m]
 "spear brave"
Gerardo (Italian, Spanish) [m]
 form of Gerard
Geraud
Gerben (Teutonic) [m]
 "spear bear"
Gerbil
Gerbod
Gerbot
Gerd (Scandinavian) [f]
 "stronghold"; Norse goddess of fertility
Gerda (Latin) [f]
 form of Gerd
Gerdi
Gerdilla
Gerdo
Geret
Gerhard (German) [m]
 form of Gerard
Gerhild
Geri
Gerie
Gering
Gerix
Gerko
Gerlantje
Gerlind
Gerlinde (Teutonic) [f]
 "spear snake" The snake meant wisdom
Gerlo
Gerlos
Germain (French) [m]
 form of German
Germaine (French) [f]
 form of German
German (Latin) [m]
 "brother" from germanus; maybe "from Germany"
Gerno
Gernold
Gernot (Teutonic) [m]
 "spear crush"
Gero
Gerolamo (Italian) [m]
 form of Jerome
Gerold
Gerolf
Gerolt
Gerona
Geronimo (Italian) [m]
 form of Jerome; Mexicans gave this name to the Apache chief Goyathlay
Gerontius (Greek) [m]
 "old man"
Geros
Geroy (Russian) [m]
 "hero"
Gerri
Gerrie
Gerrit
Gerro
Gerry
Gerrya
Gershwin [m]
 composer
Gerson
Gerswin
Gert (German) [m]
 short form of Gerard
Gerta
Gerte
Gerti
Gertie
Gertraud (German) [f]
 form of Gertrude
Gertrud
Gertrude (Teutonic) [f]
 "spear strength"
Gertruida (Dutch) [f]
 form of Gertrude
Gervais (French) [m]
 form of Gervasius
Gervaise (French, English) [mf]
 form of Gervasius; in French feminine, in English masculine
Gervasius (Latin) [m]
Gerwin
Gerwulf (Teutonic) [m]
 "spear wolf"
Gery
Geryg
Gesa
Gescha
Gesche
Geschy
Gesell
Gesha
Gesi
Gesion
Gespo
Gessa
Gesse
Gessi
Gessie
Gessy
Gesta
Geste
Gethsemane (Hebrew) [f]
 "oil vat"; garden where Jesus was arrested
Getta
Getty
Getuppa (English)
 from car commercial; imitation of sound of the radio of fast passing car playing a song with the words 'Get up'.
Geva
Gex
Gexie
Geza
Ghana
Ghandi
Ghandia
Gharras
Ghaya
Gheisha (Japanese) [f]
GhertieMae
Ghia
Ghibu
Ghillian
Ghim
Ghin
Ghini
Ghinjo (Czech) [f]
 "responsible and caring for people"
Ghiradelli
Ghislaine (French) [f]
 form of Giselle
Gholam
Ghost
Ghostbuster
Ghotic [f]
Ghybli [f]
Ghyll
Ghyran
Gia [f]
 maybe variant of Gaia
Giacco
Giacha
Giacomo (Italian) [m]
 form of James
Giada
Giado
Gialt
Giana
Giandra
Giane
Gianna (Italian) [f]
 short form of Giovanna
Gianni (Italian) [m]
 short form of Giovanni
Giant (English) [m]
Giany
Giba
Gibo
Gibse
Gibsi
Gibson
Gibsy
Gibys
Gicy
Giddeon
Giddie
Giddo
Giddy
Gideon (Hebrew) [m]
 "feller", "hewer"; lead the Israelites against the Midianites
Gidget
Gido
Giedo
Gienger
Giesa
Giese
Giester
Gietta
Gifion
Giga
Gigant
Gigelo
Giggi
Giggles
Giggo
Giggsy
Gigha
Gigi (French) [f]
 form of Georgine or Virginia
Gigo
Gigolo [m]
Gigotte
Giji
Gijntje
Gijs (Dutch) [m]
Gijsje
Gika
Gila (Indian)
 "mad"
Gilbert (Teutonic) [m]
 "bright pledge"
Gilberto
Gilda (Teutonic) [f]
 "sacrifice"
Gilde
Gildo
Giles (Greek) [m]
 "young goat" from aigidion
Gilia
Gilian
Giliano
Gilka
Gill
Gilla
Gillandrais (English) [f]
 follower of St. Andrew
Gilley (Scottish) [f]
 typical leather shoes which lace around the ankles and/or lower legs
Gilli
Gillian (English) [f]
 form van Julian; maybe from "girl" (Teutonic)
Gilligan
Gillo
Gilly
Gilman
Gilou (French) [m]
Gim
Gimba
Gimbor (Greek) [m]
 strong warrior
Gimli [m]
 from Tolkien's Lord of the Ring
Gimmi
Gimmick
Gimmo
Gimmy
Gimp
Gimpel
Gin (Japanese) [f]
 "silver"
Gina (Japanese) [f]
 "silvery" or form of Georgina or Regina
Ginara
Ginette
Ginga
Ginger (English) [mf]
 form of Virginia or from the edible root or the colour
Gingerly
Gingeroo (English)
 None, name was given because dogs sings "ROO".
Gingersnap
Gingham
Gingko
Gingo
Gini
Ginie
Ginja
Ginko (Japanese) [m]
 japanese nuttree
Ginna
Ginni
Ginnie [f]
Ginny (English) [f]
 form of Virginia
Gino (Italian) [m]
 from names ending in gino
Ginrummy
Ginseng
Ginster
Giny
Gio
Gioia
Giono
Giorgio
Giovanna (Italian) [f]
 form of John
Giovanni (Italian) [m]
 form of John
Giovi (Italian) [m]
Gip
Gipper
Gipsi
Gipsy (English) [mf]
Gira
Girang (Malays)
 "glad", "happy"
Girish (Sanskrit) [m]
 "lord of the mountain"; name of Shiva because he lived in the Himalayas
Girka
Girl (English) [f]
Girlfriend
Girlie
Girly
Giro
Girolamo (Italian) [m]
 form of Jerome
Giron
Girou
Gisa
Gisbert (Teutonic) [m]
 "hostage bright" from gisel and beraht
Gisela
Giselle (Teutonic) [f]
 "hostage" or "pledge" from gisel
Gishi
Gishmo [m]
 Gizmo'
Gisi
Giska
Gisler
Gismo [m]
 gizmo'
Giso
Gispert
Gissa
Gissi
Gita (Sanskrit) [f]
 "song"; the Bhagavad Gita (song of the lord) is a sacred writing of Hinduism
Gitana
Gitane
Gitani [f]
Gitano
Gite
Gitta (Norwegian, Swedish) [m]
 short form of Birgitta
Gitte
Gitti
Gitty
Gitzie
Giulia
Giuliano
Giulio
Giuseppe (Italian) [m]
 form of Joseph
Giuseppina (Italian) [f]
 form of Josephine
Given
Giwa
Giwan
Gizgog
Gizi
Gizmo
Gizzmo
Gizzy
Gizzyboy (English) [m]
Gjngko
Glacious
Glados
Gladstone
Gladwyn (Old English) [m]
 "bright friend" from glaed and wine
Gladys (Welsh) [f]
 from Gwladus or form of Claudia
Glammer
Glamour (English) [mf]
Glance
Glancy [f]
Glanda
Glanza
Glaris
Glato
Glayva
Glazier
Glea
Glen (Celtic) [m]
 "valley"
Glence
Glenda (Welsh) [f]
 "pure good" from glan en da
Glender
Glendie
Glenlossie
Glenn [m]
 form of Glen
Glennfiddi
Glennfiddich
Glenni
Glenys (Welsh) [f]
 "pure", "holy"
Glicko
Glico
Glidden
Gliff
Gligar (English) [m]
Glim
Glimmer
Glodi
Glori
Gloria (Latin) [f]
 "glorious". Name first occurs in the play 'You never can tell' by Bernard Shaw
Glorie
Glory
Gloss
Glossy (English)
Glovis
Glow (English) [mf]
Glowy (English) [mf]
Gloy
Glusevic (Yugoslav) [m]
 soccer player of FC Utrecht
Glutti
Glyn
Glyndwr (Welsh) [m]
 "valley water" or "valley man"
Gnocci (Italian) [m]
Gnohm
Gnom
Gnome
Go
Goa
Goat (English) [mf]
Gobble
Gobi
Gobie
Goblin
Gockel
Goda
Godess (English) [f]
Godfather
Godfrey (Teutonic) [m]
 "God's peace" or "glad peace"
Godfried
Godiva
Godo
Godowela
Godwin
Godzilla
Goela
Goesta
Goethe
Goetz
Goetze
Goffy
Gofy
Goggles
Goia (Italian)
 Joy
Goicca
Goiya [f]
Goja
Gojar
Goku (Japanese)
 "heaven"
Golan
Golda (Hebrew) [f]
 "gold"
Golden
Goldey
Goldfee
Goldi
Goldie (English) [f]
 "golden" or form of Golda
Goldilocks
Goldine
Goldtraut
Goldy (English) [f]
Golf
Golfi
Golfo
Goliath
Golli
Gollumilla
Golly
Golm
Golo
Gomba (Hungarian) [mf]
 mushroom
Gomer (Hebrew) [m]
 "complete"; grandson of Noah
Gomez
Gomi (Japanese) [mf]
 "garbage"
Gomo
Gompi
Gompy
Gonda
Gondel
Gondi
Gondor
Gondra
Goner
Gonja
Gonni
Gonnie
Gonnif (Hebrew) [m]
 "thief"
Gonny
Gonsha
Gony
Gonza [f]
Gonzales [m]
Gonzalo
Gonzo
Goober
Gooch
Goochem (Dutch) [mf]
 "smart"
Gooda
Goodness
Goody (English)
Goof (English) [mf]
 "idiot"
GoofBall
Goofi
Goofy (English) [m]
 cartoon from Walt Disney
Google (English) [mf]
 searchmachine
Googles
Goomba
Goose
Gopher
Gor
 short form of Gormich
Gora
Goran (Swedish) [m]
 form of George
Gorba
Gorbi
Gorbo
Gorby [m]
Gorch
Gorda (Spanish) [f]
 "fat"
Gordan
Gorden
Gordeno
Gordie
Gordo
Gordon (Scottish) [m]
 "great hill" from a place name
Gordono
Gordy
Goreu
Gorga
Gorgan
Gorgeous
Gorgo
Gorgy
Gori
Gorilla
Gorki
Gorky [m]
 named after the artist Gorky
Gorla
Gorm
Goro
Gorro
Gorry [mf]
Gorse
Goscha
Gosh
Gosha
Gosie
Gosje
Gossip (English) [f]
Gota
Gotax
Gotchia
Goten (Japanese) [m]
 "sky"/"heaven"
Goth
Gotin
Goto
Gotske
Gottfried (German) [m]
 form of Godfrey
Gotthilf (German) [m]
 "God help"
Gotti [m]
 movie
Gouda
Govad (Persian) [m]
 "wind"
Govenor
Gover
Govert
Gow
Gowan
Gowin
Goya
Goyah (Greek) [m]
 greek painter
Goyatly (Native American) [m]
 Geranimo', "he who jawns"
Gozer (Dutch) [m]
 "guy"
Grabbel (Dutch) [mf]
Grace (English, Latin) [f]
 perhaps from gratia
Gracia (Spanish) [f]
 "grace"
Gracie
Graciella [f]
 form of Gracia
Gracy
Gradje (Dutch) [m]
Grady
Graefin
Graeme [m]
 form of Graham
Graf
Graffix
Graham (Scottish) [m]
 from Scottish surname which derived from English place name which meant "gravelly homestead" or "grey home"
Grail
Grain
Graine
Grainne (Gaelic) [f]
 "love"
Gram
Grammyen [m]
Gramp
Granate
Grand
Granda [f]
Grande Duchesse (French) [f]
 "grand duchess"
Grandeur
Grandi
Grando
Grane
Granger
Grania [f]
 form of Grainne
Granie
Granit
Granni
Grannie
Granny
Grant (French) [m]
 "great" van Norman surname
Grany
Grape
Grappa (Italian) [mf]
 "liquor"
Grashopper (English) [mf]
Gratia
Gratian (Latin) [m]
 "grace"
Gratien (French) [m]
 form of Gratian
Grauer
Gravel
Gravin
Gravy
Gray (English) [m]
Grazia (Italian) [f]
 "grace"
Graziana (Italian) [f]
 form of Gratian
Graziano (Italian) [m]
 form of Gratian
Grazie
Graziella [f]
 form of Grazia
Grazyna (Lithuanian) [f]
 "beautiful"; created by Polish poet Adam Mickiewicz for his poem Grazyna
Grease (English)
Grec
Grecia
Greco [f]
Gredna
Greedy (English) [mf]
Greelie
Greet [f]
Greetje (Dutch) [f]
Greg
Gregoir
Gregoire (French) [m]
 form of Gregory
Gregor (German) [m]
 form of Gregory
Gregora
Gregory (Greek) [m]
 "to be watchful"
Greif
Greifo
Greifus
Greig
Grell
Grem
Gremlin
Grendel
Grendy
Grenny (English) [f]
Greno
Gressa
Greta [f]
 short form of Margaret
Gretchan
Gretchen (German) [f]
 form of Margaret
Gretchin
Grete (German) [f]
 short form of Margaret
Gretel [f]
 form of Grete
Gretha
Greti
Gretl
Gretle
Gretschen
Grey (English)
Greyhund
Greystoke
Greywood
Grian
Grid
Grier [m]
 from surname that derived from Gregory
Grietje
Griff
Griffa
Griffey (English) [m]
 baseball player
Griffin (English) [m]
 "griffin" or form of Gruffydd
Griffith [m]
 form of Gruffydd
Griffon
Grig
Grigio (Italian) [mf]
Grijshaartje [m]
Grill
Grilla
Grille
Grilli
Grillo
Grim
Grima
Grimaldi
Grimbald
Grimbart
Grimgerda
Grimie
Grimly [f]
Grimm
Grimo
Grinch
Grinda
Grine
Gringo (Mexican)
 "stranger"
Gringos
Gripp
Grisa
Grisabella
Grisca
Grischa
Grischan
Grischka
Griselda (Teutonic) [f]
 "grey battle"
Grisette
Grisly
Grissi
Grisy
Grit
Gritli
Grits
Gritt
Gritta
Gritte
Gritty
Grivett
Griz
Grizle
Grizo (Italian) [mf]
 "grey"
Grizzly
Groa
Grock
Grody
Grog
Groll
Grollon
Grolou (French) [m]
Grom
Gromit
Grommet
Groovy
Grosie (Russian) [m]
 "money"
Grosvenor (French) [m]
 "great hunter"
Grouch
Groucho
Grouchy
Grouse
Grover
Growl
Grozny (Russian) [m]
 very muscled movie star
Grudo
Gruebchen
Gruella [f]
Gruen
Gruff
Gruffydd (Welsh) [m]
 "... prince" (first part unknown)
Grula
Grumpus
Grumpy
Grundi
Grundo
Grunge
Grunion
Grunox
Grunt
Grwn (Welsh) [m]
 "ridge"
Gryf
Gryphon
Grywac (Polish)
 "Friend"
Grzegorz (Polish) [m]
 form of Gregory
Gssac
Guadalupe (Arabic) [f]
 "river of the wolf", from Spanish place name
Guala
Guano (English) [mf]
 short form of iguano
Guapa (Spanish) [f]
 "pretty girl"
Guappo Ran
Guarda (Portuguese) [mf]
 "guardian, protector"
Guardy (English) [m]
Guaymas
Gubbi
Gucci
 brand of clothes
Guclu (Turkish) [m]
 "strong, powerfull"
Guda
Gudila
Gudo
Gudrun (Old Norse) [f]
 "god secret"
Guede
Gueeny [f]
 queeny'
Guendo
Guenivere
Guenna
Guenni
Guenther
Guerido (Spanish) [mf]
 "darling"
Guerin
Guess
Guffaw
Gugia
Gui
Guido (Italian) [m]
 form of Guy
Guillaume (French) [m]
 form of William
Guillermo (Spanish) [m]
 form of William
Guilty
Guinam [f]
Guinan [f]
 Character from Star Trek - The Next Generation (bar tender and advisor)
Guinea
Guinea Pig
Guiness (Irish) [mf]
 type of beer
Guinevere (Celtic) [f]
 "fair smooth" or "white wave"; wife of legendary King Arthur
Guinness (Irish) [mf]
 "beer"
Guinny (English) [m]
Guitta
Gul (Turkish) [f]
 rose
Gulay (Turkish) [f]
Gulf
Gulinka
Gullian
Gulliver
Gully
Gumball
Gumbo
Gumby
Gumdrop
Gummie
Gumps
Gun
Guna
Gunar
Gunard
Gunda (Teutonic) [f]
 "war"
Gundana
Gundel
Gundi
Gundia
Gundina
Gundo
Gundola
Gundor
Gundula [f]
 elaborate form of Gunda
Gundy
GungHo
Gunhild
Guni
Gunille (Danish) [f]
Gunna
Gunnar (Old Norse) [m]
 "war" from gunnr or form of Gunther
Gunner
Gunni
Gunny
Gunolf
Guns
Gunta
Guntar
Gunter [m]
 form of Gunther
Gunther (Teutonic) [m]
 "war army" from gund and heri
Guntram (Teutonic) [m]
 "war raven" from gund and hraban
Guntur (Malays) [f]
 "thunder"
Gunvald
Gunzilo
Guppie
Gurbe (Dutch) [m]
Gurby
Gurnsey
Gurto
Guru
Gus [m]
 short form of August, Angus or Gustav
Guss
Gussa
Gussi
Gussie
Gussina
Gussy
Gust [m]
Gusta [f]
Gustaf
Gustav (Teutonic) [m]
 "Gautr staff"; Gautr was trible name of the Goths
Guste
Gustel
Gusti
Gustl
Gusto
Gusztavheg
Gut
Guta
Guthrie
Guto [m]
 form of Gruffydd
Gutrune
Gutta
Gutti
Guus (Dutch) [m]
Guusje (Dutch) [f]
Guy (Teutonic) [m]
 "wood" or "wide"
Guya
Guzzi (Italian) [mf]
G'Vitou
Gween
Gweir
Gwen (Welsh) [f]
 "fair" of "blessed" or short form of Gwendolen, Gwenllian, Gweneth or Gwenda
Gwenda (Welsh) [f]
 "fair good"
Gwendo
Gwendolen (Welsh) [f]
 "fair ring" from gwyn and dolen
Gwendolin
Gwendoline [f]
 form of Gwendolen
Gwendolyn (English) [f]
 form of Gwendolen
Gwendy
Gweneth [f]
 form of Gwyneth
Gwenllian (Welsh) [f]
 "fair flaxen" or "fair blessed"
Gwenn
Gwenneth
Gwenno (Celtic) [m]
Gwenny
Gwine
Gwinta [f]
Gwion
Gwydion
Gwyn (Welsh) [m]
 "fair" or "blessed"
Gwyneth (Welsh) [f]
 "happiness"
Gwynn
Gwynnaeth (Gaelic) [f]
 "blessed girl"
Gyan
Gybeau
Gyianu
Gylfi [m]
Gylla
Gyman
Gymo [m]
Gympie [mf]
Gyon
Gyöngy
Gyongyi
Gyp
Gypsey
Gypsie
Gypsy [mf]
Gypsyna
Gyr
Gyre
Gyro
Gys
Gyta
Gytha
Gytos
Gyver

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