Baby Names starting with G for boys



Baby Names from A to Z

Gabbo, means "scoff, joke". A name for newborns that is not predominantly used. See also Gabby.

Gable. A baby name that is little-used, Gable is used more commonly as a surname. See also Gabie.

Gad, var. Gadi, means "fortune, luck". Gad is an irregularly used male name. See also Gard.

Gadiel, var. Gaddiel, means "God is my fortune". Not extensively used as a birth name for boys.

Gadish, means "shock of corn". Not regularly used as a birth name. See also Gaddis.

Gael, var. Gale. A name applicable for both men and women. The name Gael has surged in popularity over time.

Gaetano, var. Gaetan, Gaeton, Gaetane, means "from Gaeta". Gaetano has trended downward in favor as a name for baby boys over the years.

Gage, var. Gauge, Gaige, means "pledge, oath". Favored as a boys' name (#202 a year ago), and also found often as a last name. The form Gauge is generally used as a variation of the name.

Gahan, var. Gehan. A name for newborns that is little-used, Gahan is used more commonly as a surname. See also Garan.

Gaines, var. Gains, Gayne, Gaynes. Not regularly used as a given name for boys, Gaines is used more often as a last name. See also Giannes.

Gair, var. Geir, Gaer, means "small one". Not extensively used as a given name for boys, Gair is used more often as a last name. See also Gari.

Gaius, means "happy". Gaius is irregularly used as a male name. See also Gus.

Gal, means "wave, roller, swell". A name for newborns that is not predominantly used, Gal is used more commonly as a surname. Also suitable as a girls' name.

Galahad, var. Galath, means "hawk, hero". Galahad is an irregularly used male name.

Gale, var. Gael, Gail, Gayle, Gaile, Gaill, Gaell, Gaelle, Gaille, means "foreigner; cheerful, happy". A name suited for both sexes. The variant form Gael has risen in popularity as a birth name over time. The variation Gail is commonplace as a form of Gale.

Galfrid, var. Gal. A name for newborns that is little-used.

Galil, means "hilly". A birth name that is seldom used. See also Kalil.

Galileo, means "from Galilee". A boys' name that is little-used. See also Galil.

Gall. Not often used as a baby name, occurring more often as a last name. See also Gallo.

Gallagher, means "foreign helper". A boys' name that is little-used and exists more commonly as a surname.

Gallatin. Not often used as a baby name, occurring more often as a last name.

Galloway, var. Galway, Gallway, means "foreign Gael". Galloway is irregularly used as a men's name, appearing often (Top 1%) as a surname in the US Census.

Galo, var. Gallo, means "from Gaul". Not often used as a name for baby boys, Galo is found more often as a last name. See also Gaile.

Galt, means "steep wooded land". Not regularly used as a birth name, Galt exists more often as a last name. See also Galo.

Galton, var. Galt, Galten, Gallton, means "owner of a rented land". Not extensively used as a birth name for boys. See also Walton.

Galvin, var. Galvon, Galven, Galvan, Gallvin, Gallven, means "sparrow; brillantly white". Galvin is an uncommonly used men's name, occurring often (Top 4%) as a surname in the US Census. See also Garvin.

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