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G- Names for Girls

G baby names and what they mean, with 173 results. The trendier baby names in this compilation are Gemma (#269), Genesis (#65), Gia (#373), Gracelynn (#391) and Greta (#573), while Gumm (top 6%) and Grau (4%) are popular G- surnames. Here is the list of G- names for boys.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of G- names: Gabriel, Gabriela, Gabriele, Gabriella, Gabrielle

Gabrielle and variantsGabrielle, var. Gabbe, Gabbi, Gabbie, Gabriel, Gabi, Gabriela, Gabriele, Gabriella, Gabriell, Gabriellen, Gabriellia, Gabryel, Gabrila, Gabryella, Gabryelle, Gabysia, Gaby, Gavi, Gavra, Gavriella, Gavraila, Gavrielle, Gavrila, Gavrina, Gavrilla
Source fr. Hebrew word. "Woman of God." Gabrielly is also a marginally favored kid's name.

Origin fr. Hebrew element. "Fortunate." Gada (upper 57%), like Tada (upper 30%), Lada (16%), is a common -ada suffix last name. See also Nada.

Gae and variantsGae, var. Gay, Gaye
Based on English. "Blithe, cheerful." Gay and forms were favored 8 decades ago, but now, Gay has become less fashionable.

Abigail and variantsGael1, Gail1, Gaila1, Gale1, Gal1, Gayel1, Gayle1
Forms of Abigail. Origin fr. Hebrew word. "Father of exaltation." Gail (upper 4%), Gayle (9%) and Gale (16%) are common feminine names, while Gael, Gaila, Gal and Gayel are rare.

Gael2, var. Gaelle
Origin fr. French language. .. It can also refer to one .. Gael and Gaelle are not often adopted as birth names.

Origin fr. Welsh word. Form of Gaynor, possibly influenced by .. Gunor and Gwenor are creative forms. See also Gwenore.

Gaetana and variantsGaetana, var. Gaetane
Stems fr. Italian, Latin languages. "From Gaeta." Gaetana and Gaetane are atypical given names.

Origin fr. Hebrew element. "Vine." Not that prominent as a girls' name. See also Gana.

Gaia and variantsGaia, var. Gaea, Gaiana, Gaiea, Gala1
Root fr. Greek. "The earth." Gala is a familiar (upper 89%) female name, while Gaea, Gaia, Gaiana and Gaiea are scarce.

Gail and variantsGail2, var. Gael3, Gahl, Gaila2, Gaill, Gaile, Gal2, Gale2, Gayel2, Galia1, Gayelle, Gayla, Gayleen, Gayle2, Gaylene, Gayline, Gaylla, Gayll, Gaylle
Based on Hebrew element. "Father of exaltation." Gael, Gahl, Gaila, Gaill and Gal are more rare as girls' names among the forms of Gail.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of G- names: Gaetana, Gail, Gaile, Gala, Gale

Top 2000 baby names ranking of G- names: Gay, Gaye, Gayla, Gayle, Gaylene

Gala2, var. Galla1
Derivative of Old French element. "Merrymaking, festivity." Gala is commonly used as a children's name among these forms.

Galatea, var. Galatee, Galathea
Origin fr. Greek element. "White as milk." Outside Top 2000.

Galia2, var. Gal3, Galit
Origin fr. Hebrew word. "Wave." Galina (upper 68%), Galima (93%) are popular last names.

Stems fr. Arabic language. The name of a Moorish princess .. Rare, with the common feminine -ana suffix, like Giuliana. See also Giliana.

Galiena, var. Galiana2, Galianna, Galliena, Galyena
Based on Old German word. "High one; the land of Gaul." Unique, with the unconventional feminine-sounding -ena suffix for Galiena, Galliena, Galyena, like Giardena.

Galila, var. Galilah, Galilia, Gelila, Gelilia, Gelilah, Gelilya, Glila, Glilah
Derivative of Hebrew. "Rolling hills." Rare as birth names, but Gelilah, Galila, etc. are similar to the more common Delilah.

Form of Helen. Based on Greek word. "Sun ray." Rare, with the -ina ending for Galina, like Garldina, Grazina. See also Galianna.

Galina2, var. Gala3, Galya
Stems fr. Greek word. "Calm." Gala and Galina are more widely used as girls' names among these versions.

Var. of Jelena. Derivative of Russian, Greek elements. "Sun ray." Galina is uncommon as a girls' name.

Gallia, var. Gala4, Galla2
Root fr. Latin element. "Gaul." Galla (upper 15%), Gala (16%) and Gallia (42%) are found frequently as last names.

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Summary Index of names [and variants] for G- names for girls.

1. Gabrielle - Gallia
Gabrielle [Gavrina, ..], Gada, Gae [Gaye, ..], Abigail [Gayle, ..], Gael [Gaelle], Gaenor, Gaetana [Gaetane], Gafna, Gaia [Gala, ..], Gail [Gaylle, ..], Gala [Galla], Galatea [Galathea, ..], Galia [Galit, ..], Galiana, Galiena [Galyena, ..], Galila [Glilah, ..], Helen [Galina], Galina [Galya, ..], Jelena [Galina], Gallia [Galla, ..]

Galya [Gallya, ..], Gambhira, Gana [Ganit, ..], Gardenia, Gardner [Gardiner, ..], Garland [Garldina, ..], Garnet [Grenatta, ..], Gauri [Gowri], Gavina, Gavrila [Gavrylla, ..], Gay [Gaye, ..], Gayle [Gaylen, ..], Gaynor [Gayner, ..], Gazella [Gazelle], Virginia [Ginya, ..], Eugenia [Gina, ..], Geena, Geila [Gilana, ..], Jaleesa [Geleexa], Gelsomina

Angela [Gelya], Gemini [Gemina, ..], Gemma [Gemmalynn, ..], Jenara [Gennara, ..], Jane [Giovanna, ..], Jean [Genie, ..], Gene [Genie], Genesia, Genesis [Gennesiss, ..], Geneva [Ginevre, ..], Jennifer [Genny, ..], Genevieve [Ginevra, ..], Iphigenia [Genia], Genista [Ginista, ..], Jenna [Genna], Genna [Genny, ..], Georgette [Georjetta, ..], Georgia [Giorgyna, ..], Georgina [Giorgina, ..], Geraldine [Giralda, ..]

Geranium, Gerardine [Gerrardene, ..], Gerda [Gerde, ..], Geri [Gerrilyn, ..], Germaine [Germayne, ..], Jarica [Gerrica], Gertrude [Gerty, ..], Gerusha, Geulah, Gevira, Ghaliya, Ghazala, Ghislaine [Gislaine, ..], Ghita [Gita, ..], Jacinda [Giacinthia, ..], Hyacinth [Giacintia, ..], Giacinta [Giacintha], Johnna [Giovanna, ..], Jenessa [Gianessa], Janet [Gianetta]

Gianina [Ginnette, ..], Gianna [Gionna, ..], Jardina [Giardina, ..], Gigi [GG, ..], Gilana [Gilah, ..], Gilberte [Gilly, ..], Gilda, Gilette, Gilia [Giliyah, ..], Gillian [Gillyanne, ..], Gilly, Regina [Gina], Gina [Ginna, ..], Jina [Gina], Ginevra [Genevra], Ginger [Ginjer, ..], Ginny [Ginnie, ..], Gioconda [Geoconda], Jocosa [Giocosa], Gioia [Gioya]

Joy [Gioya, ..], Giordana, Giovanna [Giovana, ..], Johanna [Giovanna], Jovita [Giovita], Giselle [Gizelle, ..], Gita [Gitika, ..], Gitana [Gitanna, ..], Gitanjali [Gitanjoli, ..], Gitta [Gitte], Brigitte [Gitte], Judith [Giuditta], Juliet [Giuletta], Giulia [Giullia, ..], Julia [Giulietta, ..], Juliana [Giuliana], Giuliana [Giulia], Giuseppina [Giuseppa], Justine [Giustina], Giustinia [Giustina]

Glade, Gladys [Gwyladyss, ..], Glaw, Glenda [Glynda, ..], Glenna [Glynn, ..], Glenys [Glennys, ..], Glesni, Gloria [Gloryanne, ..], Glynis [Glynnis, ..], Gobnat [Gobnet, ..], Godfreya [Gotfreya, ..], Godiva, Golda [Goldia, ..], Goldie [Goldy, ..], Gormlaith [Gormelia, ..], Grace [Grazyna, ..], Grainne [Granya, ..], Granada [Grenadda, ..], Greer [Grier], Gregoria [Gregoryna, ..]

Margaret [Gretl, ..], Greta [Gryta, ..], Gretchen, Gretel, Griselda [Gryzelde, ..], Gro, Guadalupe, Gudrun [Guthrunne, ..], Wilhelmina [Guillemine, ..], Guida, Guinevere [Gwynne, ..], Josephine [Guiseppina], Gulielma [Guglielma], Gull, Gulzar [Gulzaar, ..], Gunhilda [Gunnhilda, ..], Gunnborg, Gunnvor, Augusta [Gusta, ..], Gustava [Gustha]

Gwawr, Gwen [Gwynn, ..], Gwenda [Gwynda, ..], Gwendolen [Gwynne, ..], Gweneira [Gwyneira], Gwenfron, Gwenith [Gwenyth], Gwenllian, Gwenyth, Gwyn [Gwynne, ..], Gwyneth [Gwynneth, ..], Gypsy [Gypsie, ..], Gytha [Githa]

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