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Girl Names Starting with Gr-
Gr- baby names and what they mean, with 12 results. Gr- names are used more often as masculine names. These girl names were at the height of their popularity during 1880-1889 (adoption of 1.5%) and are somewhat less widespread today (adoption 0.8%, down 46.1%), with names like Griselda becoming somewhat dated. Gracelynn (#391) and Greta (#573) are two of the more contemporarily stylish girl names among these, while Greve (top 7%) and Greear (13%) are familiar Gr- last names. Here is the list of Gr- names for boys.
Grace - GroGrace, var. Gracee, Gracella, Gracelynn▲, Gracelynne, Gracia, Gracey, Graciana, Gracie, Graciela▼, Gracielle, Graciella, Gracieuse, Gracija, Gracilia, Gracious, Gracina, Grata, Gratia, Gratiana, Gratiella, Gratiela, Grayce▼, Grazia, Graziella, Graziosa, Grazina, Grazyna
Stems fr. Latin word. "Favor, blessing." Gracen is also a marginally favored baby name.Grainne1, var. Grainne2, Grainnia, Grania, Granya
Origin fr. Irish, Gaelic. .. An ancient Irish name, once that .. Uncommon, but Grainne is comparable to common surnames Gardine (upper 84%), Gawne (27%), with the -ne suffix.Granada, var. Granadda, Grenada, Grenadda
Spanish place name .. Grenadda and variants are barely found as women's names, and Granada occurs regularly (upper 19%) as a surname.Granata, Grenata, Grenatta
Var. of Garnet. Root fr. Middle English language. .. It is the birthstone for January. Granata, Grenata and Grenatta are unusual as girls' names.Greer, var. Grier
Stems fr. Scottish, Latin words. "Watchful, vigilant." Greer and Grier are rare as female names.Gregoria, var. Gregoriana, Gregorijana, Gregorina, Gregorine, Gregoryna, Gregorya
Source fr. Latin word. "Watchful, vigilant." Gregoriana and variants were popular as birth names in the 1920s. Greta1▲, Gretal1, Gretchen1▼, Gretel1, Gretta1, Grethel1, Grette1, Gretl
Var. of Margaret. Derivative of Greek element. "Pearl." Adoption of Greta, Gretta, etc. as birth names in 2015 was up 12.4% compared to a decade ago.Greta2▲, var. Greeta, Gretal2, Gretchen2▼, Grete, Gretha, Gretel2, Grethe, Grethel2, Gretna, Grette2, Gretta2, Grietje, Gryta
Root fr. German, Greek words. "Pearl." Usage of Gretna and variants was expansive 45 years ago and has become diminished, with Gretchen becoming less trendy. Gretchen3▼
From German, Greek elements. "Pearl." Gretchen became less trendy in 2015, dropping -162 positions as a girls' name to reach #1431.Gretel3
Origin fr. Greek element. "Pearl." Gretel is not often used as a birth name. See also Gretal.
Based on Old German element. "Grey battle." Gricely, Griseldis, Grisella, Griselle and Griselly are more unconventional as girls' names among the forms of Griselda.Gro
Origin fr. Scandinavian, Old Norse languages. "To grow." Not that prominent as a baby name.
Summary Index of names [and variants] for Gr- names for girls.1. Grace - Gro
Grace [Grazia, Grayce▼, Grazyna, Grazina, Graziosa, Gratiela, Graziella, Gratiella, ..], Grainne [Granya, Grania, Grainne, Grainnia], Granada [Grenada, Granadda, Grenadda], Garnet [Granata, Grenata, Grenatta], Greer [Grier], Gregoria [Gregorya, Gregorina, Gregorine, Gregoryna, Gregoriana, Gregorijana], Margaret [Gretl, Greta▲, Gretel, Gretta, Grette, Gretal, Grethel, Gretchen▼], Greta▲ [Gryta, Grethe, Gretha, Gretna, Gretta, Grette, Grietje, Grethel, ..], Gretchen▼, Gretel, Griselda▼ [Grizel, Grissel, Griselly, Grizelda, Gryselde, Gryzelde, Grishelda, Grishilde, ..], Gro