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Girl Names Starting with Ga-

Ga- baby names and what they mean, with 36 results. Ga- names are used more often as masculine names. These girl names were at the apex of their popularity in 2007 (adoption of 1.01%) and are somewhat less common today (adoption 0.53%, down 47.7%), with names such as Gabriel becoming somewhat outmoded. Gama (top 6%) and Garr (6%) are popular Ga- last names. Here is the list of Ga- names for boys.

Ga- names

Gabrielle - Galina | Gallia - Gazella

Gabrielle - Galina

Gabrielle and variantsGabrielle, var. Gabbe, Gabbi, Gabbie, Gabi, Gabriela, Gabriel, Gabriele, Gabriell, Gabriella, Gabriellia, Gabriellen, Gabrila, Gabryel, Gabryella, Gaby, Gabryelle, Gabysia, Gavi, Gavra, Gavriella, Gavraila, Gavrielle, Gavrila, Gavrilla, Gavrina
Derived fr. Hebrew. "Woman of God." Gabrielly is also a somewhat common birth name.

From Hebrew. "Fortunate." Gada (compare Guda, Galda) is a popular -da suffix last name. See also Jada.

Gae and variantsGae, var. Gay, Gaye
Derived fr. English language. "Blithe, cheerful." Gay and forms peaked in popularity in the 1940s, but now, Gay has become somewhat outmoded.

Abigail and variantsGael1, Gail1, Gaila1, Gal1, Gayel1, Gale1, Gayle1
Var. of Abigail. Derivative of Hebrew element. "Father of exaltation." Gale (top 1%), Gayle (3%), Gail (14%) and Gal (17%) appear often as surnames.

Gael2, var. Gaelle
Stems fr. French language. .. It can also refer to one .. Gael and Gaelle are rarely used as girls' names.

Gaenna, Gaynor
Var. of Guinevere. Based on Welsh word. "Fair and smooth." Gaenna and Gaynor were not Top birth names in 2015.

Based on Welsh word. Form of Gaynor, possibly influenced by .. Genor and Gwenor are creative forms. See also Gwenore.

Gaetana and variantsGaetana, var. Gaetane
Origin fr. Italian, Latin words. "From Gaeta." Gaetana is familiar as a baby name compared to Gaetane.

Derivative of Hebrew. "Vine." Gafa (upper 98%), Gana (37%) are common surnames. See also Dafna.

Gaia and variantsGaia, var. Gaea, Gaiana, Gaiea, Gala1
Origin fr. Greek element. "The earth." Gaia (top 47%) and Gala (16%) exist regularly as surnames.

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

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

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

Gail and variantsGail2, var. Gael3, Gahl, Gaila2, Gaile, Gal2, Gaill, Gale2, Galia1, Gayel2, Gayla, Gayelle, Gayle2, Gayleen, Gaylene, Gayll, Gayline, Gaylla, Gaylle
Root fr. Hebrew element. "Father of exaltation." Gail, Gaile, Gale, Gayla, Gayle and Gaylene are more generally used as birth names among these variations.

Gala2, var. Galla
Origin fr. Old French. "Merrymaking, festivity." Less used today. Gala was the variant last found (1960-1969) in the Top 2000.

Galatea, var. Galatee, Galathea
Source fr. Greek word. "White as milk." Galatea, Galatee and Galathea are rarely found as first names.

Galia2, var. Gal3, Galit
Derivative of Hebrew. "Wave." Scarce as birth names, but Galia, Galit, etc. sound like the more familiar Gail.

Root fr. Arabic language. The name of a Moorish princess .. Unique. Galiana (cf. Gaiana) uses the feminine -na suffix. See also Galyena.

Galiena, var. Galiana2, Galianna, Galliena, Galyena
Root fr. Old German. "High one; the land of Gaul." Galyena and variants were not among 2015's Top names.

Galila, var. Galilah, Galilia
Based on Hebrew element. "Rolling hills." Galila, Galilah and Galilia are rarely used as baby names.

Form of Helen. Source fr. Greek language. "Sun ray." Galina, like the similar-sounding Galen, exists more usually as a last name. See also Galiana.

Form of Jelena. Derived fr. Russian, Greek words. "Sun ray." Galina, like the similar Galia, exists more usually as a surname. See also Galiana.

Galina3, var. Gala3, Galya
Based on Greek element. "Calm." Gala and Galina are more familiar as children's names compared to Galya.

Quick Reference

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

1. Gabrielle - Galina
Gabrielle [Gavi, Gavra, Gavrina, Gavrila, Gavraila, Gavrilla, Gavrielle, Gavriella, ..], Gada, Gae [Gay, Gaye], Abigail [Gal, Gael, Gale, Gail, Gayle, Gayel, Gaila], Gael [Gaelle], Guinevere [Gaenna, Gaynor], Gaenor, Gaetana [Gaetane], Gafna, Gaia [Gala, Gaea, Gaiea, Gaiana], Gail [Gayla, Gayle, Gayll, Gaylla, Gaylle, Gayline, Gaylene, Gayleen, ..], Gala [Galla], Galatea [Galatee, Galathea], Galia [Gal, Galit], Galiana, Galiena [Galyena, Galiana, Galliena, Galianna], Galila [Galilah, Galilia], Helen [Galina], Jelena [Galina], Galina [Gala, Galya]

Gallia [Gala, Galla], Galya [Galia, Gallia, Gallya], Gambhira, Gana [Ganah, Ganit], Gerda [Garda], Gardenia, Gardner [Gardie, Gardener, Gardiner], Garland [Garlande, Garldina], Garnet [Garnette], Gauri, Gavina, Gavrila [Gavryla, Gavrilla, Gavrylla], Gay [Gae, Gai, Gaye], Gayle [Gala, Galen, Gayla, Galea, Galena, Gaylen], Gaynor [Gayna, Gaenor, Gayner], Gazella [Gazelle]

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