Gabbo, means "scoff, joke". Gabbo is an intermittently used men's name. See also Gibby.
Gable. Not that prominent as a birth name, Gable is used more commonly as a last name. See also Gabe.
Gabriel, var. Gab, Gay, Gabe▼, Gaby, Gabi, Gabie, Gabbi, Gabby, Gavrel, Gabbie, .. 7 more, means "man of God". Frequently used as boys' names, Gabe, Gabriel, etc. are comparable to the conventional Gale.
Gad, var. Gadi, means "fortune, luck". Gad, like Fead, Pad, is a common last name with the -ad suffix.
Gadiel, var. Gaddiel, means "God is my fortune". Unconventional. Compare Gadiel, Gaddiel, and popular last names Gade, Gadient, which also begin with Ga-.
Gadish, means "shock of corn". Uncommon. Compare Gadish, and common surnames Bowdish, Brodish, with the -dish suffix.
Gael, var. Gale▼. Gale is common (Top 64%) as a men's name, while Gael is uncommon.
Gaetano▼, var. Gaetan, Gaeton, Gaetane, means "from Gaeta". Uncommon. Gaetano, like Romano, Germano, ends with the popular masculine-sounding -ano.
Gage, var. Gauge, Gaige▼, means "pledge, oath". Gage, Gaige (cmp. Gale, Gagle) are common surnames with the Ga- prefix.
Gahan, var. Gehan. Gahan and Gehan are scantly used as men's names.
Gaillard, var. Galliard, Gaillhard, Gaillardet, means "brave, cheerful, spirited". Outside Top 1000.
Gaines, var. Gains, Gayne, Gaynes. Gaines, Gains, Gayne and Gaynes are seldom used as baby names.
Gair, var. Geir, Gaer, means "small one". Uncommon. Gair, like Alaisdair, Synclair, ends with the familiar masculine-sounding -air.
Gaius, means "happy". Uncommon. Gaius, like Zenobius, Hilarius, ends with the popular masculine -ius. See also Gaige.
Gal, means "wave, roller, swell". Unusual. Gal, like Jimal, Meical, ends with the favored masculine -al. Gender-neutral name.
Galahad, var. Galath, means "hawk, hero". Galahad and Galath were not among 2014's Top names.
Galbraith, var. Galbrait, Galbreath, Gallbreath, Gallbraith, means "foreign Briton". Not in Top 1000.
Gale▼, var. Gael, Gail▼, Gayle▼, Gaile, Gaill, Gaell, Gaelle, Gaille, means "foreigner; cheerful, happy". Gail (Upper 71%), Gale (64%) and Gayle (93%) are conventional men's names.
Galen▼, var. Galyn, Galan, Galin, Gaylin, Gaylon▼, Galeno, Gaylen, Gaelan, Gaylinn, Gaillen, means "calm". Galen is a frequently occurring (Upper 58%) men's name.
Galfrid, var. Gal. Not in Top 1000.
Galil, means "hilly". Outside Top 1000. See also Galileo.
Galileo, means "from Galilee". Galileo is unusual as a birth name. See also Galil.
Gall. Gall, like Whall, Udall, is a popular last name ending with -all. See also Gal.
Gallagher, means "foreign helper". Gallagher is not in the Top 1000.
Gallatin. Common surname. Compare Gallatin, and last names Gallati, Galazin, with the Gal- prefix.
Galloway, var. Galway, Gallway, means "foreign Gael". Galloway (Upper 1%), Gallway (97%) and Galway (34%) are found frequently as last names.
Galo, var. Gallo, means "from Gaul". Gallo (Upper 1%) and Galo (16%) are found regularly as surnames.
Galt, means "steep wooded land". Galt, like Salt, Walt, is a popular surname that ends with -alt. See also Gale.
Galton, var. Galt, Galten, Gallton, means "owner of a rented land". Galton, Galt, Galten and Gallton are unusual as boys' names.
Galvin, var. Galvon, Galven, Galvan, Gallvin, Gallven, means "sparrow; brillantly white". Galvin, Galvan, etc. are not Top 1000 names.