Baby Names starting with G for boys



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Gabbo, means "scoff, joke". Unique as a name for boys. See also Gibbe.

Gable. Rarely used as a birth name, Gable is used more frequently as a last name. See also Gayle.

Gabriel, var. Gab, Gay, Gabe, Gaby, Gabi, Gabie, Gabbi, Gabby, Gavrel, Gabbie, .. 7 more, means "man of God; my strength is God". A name used for both genders. The name Gabriel has risen in popularity over time since 1890-1899. The form Gay is common as a variation of Gabriel.

Gad, var. Gadi, means "fortune, luck". Gad is uncommonly used as a men's name. See also Rad.

Gadiel, var. Gaddiel, means "God is my fortune". Scarce as a name for baby boys.

Gadish, means "shock of corn". Unique as a name for children. See also Gaddis.

Gael, var. Gale. The name Gael has surged in popularity over time. A name used for both genders. The form Gale is generally used as a variation of Gael.

Gaetano, var. Gaetan, Gaeton, Gaetane, means "from Gaeta". Gaetano has fallen off in popularity as a given name over time since 1900.

Gage, var. Gauge, Gaige, means "pledge, oath". A very popular choice for a birth name for males (#202 in 2014), Gage also occurs conventionally as a last name. The form Gauge is commonplace as a version of Gage.

Gahan, var. Gehan. Rare as a given name, Gahan occurs more frequently as a last name. See also Jahan.

Gaillard, var. Galliard, Gaillhard, Gaillardet, means "brave, cheerful, spirited". Scarce as a name for boys, Gaillard occurs more often as a last name. See also Gallard.

Gaines, var. Gains, Gayne, Gaynes. Gaines is irregularly used as a masculine name, and it occurs frequently (Top 1%) as a last name in the US Census. See also Giannes.

Gair, var. Geir, Gaer, means "small one". Unique as a boys' name, occurring more frequently as a surname. See also Gur.

Gaius, means "happy". Kay has fallen off in popularity as a birth name over time since 1930. The form Kay is widely used as a variation of the name.

Gal, means "wave, roller, swell". Gender-neutral name. A rare given name for boys which exists more commonly as a surname.

Galahad, var. Galath, means "hawk, hero". Galahad is a scarce men's name.

Galbraith, var. Galbrait, Galbreath, Gallbreath, Gallbraith, means "foreign Briton". Seldom used as a name for baby boys, Galbraith is found more often as a surname.

Gale, var. Gael, Gail, Gayle, Gaile, Gaill, Gaell, Gaelle, Gaille, means "foreigner; cheerful, happy". A name applicable for both boys and girls. The variant form Gael has become increasingly popular with parents. The form Gayle is widely used as a variation of Gale.

Galen, var. Galyn, Galan, Galin, Gaylin, Gaylon, Galeno, Gaylen, Gaelan, Gaylinn, Gaillen, means "calm". A name applicable for both boys and girls. The variant form Jaylen has risen in popularity over time since 1880-1889. The forms Jaylon and Jalen are popular as variations of Galen.

Galfrid, var. Gal. Galfrid is a rare first name.

Galil, means "hilly". Rare as a given name for boys. See also Jalil.

Galileo, means "from Galilee". Rarely used as a birth name. See also Galil.

Gall. Unique as a name for newborns, Gall is found more frequently as a surname. See also Hall.

Gallagher, means "foreign helper". A rare birth name which is used more commonly as a surname.

Gallatin. Seldom used as a name for kids, occurring more conventionally as a last name. See also Gallton.

Galloway, var. Galway, Gallway, means "foreign Gael". Scarce as a given name, Galloway is found more conventionally as a last name.

Galo, var. Gallo, means "from Gaul". Scarce as a name for babies, Galo is found more often as a surname. See also Gill.

Galt, means "steep wooded land". A rare given name for baby boys which exists more commonly as a surname. See also Galo.

Galton, var. Galt, Galten, Gallton, means "owner of a rented land". Galton is a sparsely used men's name. See also Salton.

Galvin, var. Galvon, Galven, Galvan, Gallvin, Gallven, means "sparrow; brillantly white". Galvin is scarcely used as a first name, appearing frequently (Top 4%) as a last name in the US Census. See also Kalvin.

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