Gabriel - Gaynor
Page 1/1 of 5 Gay names.
Gabriel▲ 1 .. From Hebrew gheber "man", or gabar "strong", combined with el "god" .. Also used as a girls' name. Gabriel is a familiar (Top 18%) men's name, and it appears regularly (Top 2%) as a surname according to the US Census. The variation Gabe is widely used as a form of Gabriel. [Gab, Gabbi, Gabe, Gabrian, .. , Gay, .. 14 more]
Gaius 2 .. Probably the root of the word "gay", which used to mean "jolly" .. Gaius is unusual as a men's name. See also Guus. [Cai, Caio, Keye, .. 4 more]
Gay 3 .. "Blithe, cheerful." A somewhat rare birth name which occurs more frequently as a surname. Both a masculine and a feminine name. A surname in the Middle Ages ..
Gaylord▼ 4 .. The name is now rarely used as a first name due to its connotations of homosexuality like Gay .. Gaylord is a familiar (Top 94%) men's name, appearing regularly (Top 5%) as a surname according to the US Census. [Gaillard, Gallard, Gay, Gayelord, .. 3 more]
Gaynor 5 .. From a different root from the feminine version .. Name suitable for both genders. Scarce as a baby name, Gaynor is found more conventionally as a last name. The form Gay is commonplace as a version of the name. [Gaine, Gay, .. 4 more]
Summary of all Gay names (and their variants) for boys.
[Gabriel - Gaynor]
Gabriel [Gay, Gaby, Gavrel, Jibril, Gavril, Jabril, Gavrilo, Gavriel, Gabrielli, Gabriello, ..], Gaius [Kay, Cai, Caio, Kaye, Keys, Keye, Keyes], Gay, Gaylord [Gay, Gayler, Gaylor, Gallard, Gaillard, Galliard, Gayelord], Gaynor [Gay, Gaine, Gainer, Gainor, Gayner, Gaynnor]