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Boy Names Starting with Gra-
Gra- baby names and what they mean, with 14 results. Gra- names are used more often as masculine names. These boy names were at the peak of their popularity in 2015 (usage of 0.73%), except for names such as Granville which have become less stylish. Grady (#353), Graham (#176) and Grayson (#47) are three of the more trendy birth names in this compilation, while Grandy (top 7%) and Gran (10%) are conventional Gra- last names.
Grady - GrazianoGrady▲, var. Gradea, Gradee, Gradey, Graidey, Graidy
From Irish, Gaelic word. "Descendant of Grádaigh." Gradyn is also a slightly favored birth name.Graham▲, var. Graeham, Graeme, Grahame, Gram
From Old English. "Gravel homestead." Graham (upper 1%), comparable to Goreham (upper 47%), Kraham (82%), is a popular -ham suffix last name.Graig
Form of Gregory. Origin fr. Latin, Greek elements. "Watchful, vigilant." A somewhat rare baby name, Graig occurs more frequently as a surname. See also Craig.Granger, var. Grainger, Grange
Origin fr. Middle French. "Farmer." Outside Top 2000.Grant, var. Grantham, Grantley1
Based on English, Gaelic words. "Tall, big." Grant (upper 1%) and Grantham (2%) occur often as surnames.Grantland, var. Grantleigh, Grantley2, Grantly
Derived fr. Old English. "The large fields." Not in Top 2000.Granville▼, var. Granvil, Granvile, Granvill
Root fr. Old French language. "Large town." Less widespread today. Granville was the variant last appearing (1960-1969) in the Top 2000.Gratien, var. Graciano1, Graziano1
From Latin word. "Pleasing." Graciano (upper 12%) and Graziano (3%) are found commonly as last names.Graves
Root fr. Old English language. Place name .. Less widespread today. Graves was last recorded in the 1880s in the Top 2000.Gray1, var. Graye
Root fr. Old English element. "Gray-haired." Usage of Gray and Graye as boys' names in 2015 was up 12.1% compared to the previous year.
Var. of Grey. Root fr. Old English element. "Grey hair or beard." Sparing use, with usage of 0.007% for Gray as a children's name in 2015, higher than 0.007% a year ago. See also Geary.Graydon1, var. Grayton
Based on Old English. Possibly son of the gray haired .. Graydon and Grayton are scarcely used as masculine names.Grayson▲, var. Graydon2
Based on Middle English, Old Norse languages. "Son of a steward." Usage of Grayson and Graydon as children's names in 2015 was 20.4% more than in 2014.Graziano2, var. Gracian, Graciano2
From Italian language. "Beloved, dear." Rare. Graziano, Graciano, like Giuliano, Gavino, end with -no.
Summary Index of names [and variants] for Gra- names for boys.1. Grady - Graziano
Grady▲ [Gradea, Gradee, Gradey, Graidy, Graidey], Graham▲ [Gram, Graeme, Graeham, Grahame], Gregory [Graig], Granger [Grange, Grainger], Grant [Grantham, Grantley], Grantland [Grantly, Grantley, Grantleigh], Granville▼ [Granvil, Granvile, Granvill], Gratien [Graciano, Graziano], Graves, Gray [Graye], Grey [Gray], Graydon [Grayton], Grayson▲ [Graydon], Graziano [Gracian, Graciano]