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Boy Names Starting with Ge-

Ge- baby names and what they mean, with 49 results. Usage of these boy names reached its highest during the years 1880-1889 (usage of 4.39%) and has become significantly less since (usage 0.26%, down 94%), with names like Gerry becoming somewhat outmoded. Gean (top 13%) and Geer (3%) are familiar Ge- surnames. Here is the list of Ge- names for girls.

Ge- names

Geary - Geoff | Geoff - Gerred | Gerrey - Gevariah

Geary - Geoff

Geary and variantsGeary, var. Gearey, Gery
From Middle English. "Variable." Geary (top 2%), comparable to Neary (top 4%), Keary (36%), is a common -ary suffix last name.

From Old French, Old German elements. "Spear rule; spear brave." Not in Top 2000.

Gedaliah, var. Gedalia, Gedaliahu, Gedalio, Gedalya
Based on Hebrew. "God is great." Gedaliah, Gedaliahu, etc. are not Top 2000 names.

Geddes, var. Geddis
Based on Scottish language. Scottish surname possibly related to "goad" .. Geddes and Geddis are not Top 2000 names.

Gefen, var. Gefania, Gefaniah, Gefanya, Gefanyah, Geffen, Gefanyahu, Gephania, Gephaniah
Source fr. Hebrew language. "Vine." Gefanyah and variants are not in the Top 2000.

Var. of Gahan. Possibly a Scottish variant of John .. Gohan is a marginally favored baby name. See also Gawan.

Form of Gair. From Irish, Gaelic word. "Small one." Geier (top 5%), Geis (6%) are popular surnames. See also Geary.

Gelett, Gelette
Forms of Gillett. Stems fr. Old French language. "Young Gilbert." Galett and Gilett are creative variations.

Var. of Gilzean. Root fr. Scottish, Gaelic elements. "Servant of St John." Not that prominent as a children's name. See also Gillian.

Gemal, Gemali, Gemul
Var. of Gamal. Based on Arabic word. "Camel." Uncommon, with the -al suffix for Gemal, like Gal, Gopal.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Ge- names: Geary, Gene, Genesis, Gennaro, Geno

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Ge- names: Gentry, Geoff, Geoffrey, Gery

Eugene and variantsGene1, Geno1
Forms of Eugene. Source fr. Greek. "Noble aristocrat." Gene has decreased in favor as a children's name circa the 1930s.

Gene2, var. Genio, Geno2
Derivative of Greek word. "Noble aristocrat." Usage of Gene as a baby name has declined since 1930-1939.

Genesis and variantsGenesis, var. Gennesis
Derived fr. Greek. "Origin, beginning." Sparing use. Genesis and Gennesis are not found in the US Census.

Janus and variantsGennadi, Gennaro1
Var. of Janus. Derived fr. Latin word. "Gateway." Less used today. Gennaro was the variation last listed (1960-1969) in the Top 2000.

Gennaro2, var. Gennarius, Gennaros
Stems fr. Italian word. "Of Janus." Less popular today. Gennaro was the variant last appearing (1960-1969) in the Top 2000.

Form of Gino. Based on Italian word. Short form of Ambrogino (Greek) ever .. Geno is scarcely used as a men's name, occurring often (upper 16%) as a surname. See also Xeno.

Gentian, var. Genshian
Flower name .. Unusual. Gentian, Genshian, like Guttman, end with the androgynous-sounding -an.

Gentile, var. Gentilo
Origin fr. Latin language. "Foreigner, heathen." Rare. Gentile, similar to Glendale, Granvile, ends with -le.

Source fr. English word. "Of gentle, good breeding, or high social position." Usage of Gentry as a children's name in 2015 was 13.6% less than the year before.

Jeffrey and variantsGeoff, Geoffrey, Geoffroi, Geoffroy, Geofrey, Geoffry, Geofry
Forms of Jeffrey. Derived fr. Old German element. Probably refers to "peace" .. Geoffroy (top 18%) and Geoffrey (39%) appear commonly as last names.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for Ge- names for boys.

1. Geary - Geoff
Geary [Gery, Gearey], Ged, Gedaliah [Gedalia, Gedalio, Gedalya, Gedaliahu], Geddes [Geddis], Gefen [Geffen, Gefanya, Gephania, Gefanyah, Gefanyahu, Gephaniah, ..], Gahan [Gehan], Gair [Geir], Gillett [Gelett, Gelette], Gilzean [Gellion], Gamal [Gemul, Gemal, Gemali], Eugene [Gene, Geno], Gene [Geno, Genio], Genesis [Gennesis], Janus [Gennadi, Gennaro], Gennaro [Gennaros, Gennarius], Gino [Geno], Gentian [Genshian], Gentile [Gentilo], Gentry, Jeffrey [Geofry, Geoffry, Geofrey, Geoffrey, Geoffroy, Geoffroi, ..]

Geoff [Geof], Geoffrey [Geoff, Geofrey, Geoffry, Geoffery, Geoffroy, Geoffroi, ..], George [Georgi, Georgy, Georgie, Georgio, Georgiy, Georgios, ..], Giovanni [Geovani, Geovany, Geovanni, Geovanny, Geovanney], Geraint [Gerant], Gerald [Gerri, Gerry, Geryld, Gerrell, Gerrold, Gerrild, ..], Jerrell [Gerall, Gerrall], Gerard [Gerry, Gerri, Gerhard, Gerrard, Gerhart, Gerhardt, ..], Gerasim, Jeremiah [Geremia], Geremia, Garrard [Gerard, Gerhard, Gerhardt], Gerlach [Gerlaich], Germain [Germin, Germano, Germayn, Germanus, Germayne, Germanicus, ..], Jermaine [Germain, Germaine], Jerome [Gerry, Gerome, Gerrie, Geronimo], Garron [Geron], Geronimo, Gerontius, Garrad [Gerred]

Jerry [Gerry, Gerrey], Garret [Gerrit, Gerritt, Gerrity], Gerritt [Gerrit], Gerry, Gershom [Gerson, Gershon, Gersham, Gershoom], Gervase [Gervas, Gerwazy, Gervaso, Gervayse, Gervasio, Gervasius, ..], Gery, Gethin, Gevariah [Gevaria, Gevarya, Gevaryah, Gevarayahu]

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