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Girl Names Starting with Ge-

Ge- baby names and what they mean, with 48 results. These girl names reached the apex of their popularity during the years 1910-1919 (USAGE OF 1.65%) and are now much less popular (USAGE 0.54%, 67%), with names such as Georgiana becoming somewhat outmoded. Gemma (#229), Georgina (#1263) and Genesis (#57) are three of the more chic baby names among these, while Georgiou (TOP 17%) and Gemme (31%) are popular Ge- surnames. Here is the list of Ge- names for boys.

Ge- names

Geegee - Genesia | Genesis - Gerardine | Gerda - Gevira

Geegee - Genesia

Form of Gigi. Stems fr. French language. .. Originally a pet form of the .. Geegem and Gigee are creative forms.

Virginia and variants

Genya, Genia1, Geenya, Geenia, Geena1
Var. of Virginia. Based on Latin. "Maiden." Popular, and Geenya, Genya are similar to common last names Goya (TOP 22%), Gonya (31%), which also end with -ya.

Eugenia and variants

Genie1, Genia2, Gene1, Gena1, Geena2
Var. of Eugenia. Root fr. Greek word. "Noble aristocrat." Gena (TOP 56%), Gene (26%) and Genie (96%) appear commonly as last names.


Derivative of American language. Variant of Gina made popular by .. Less used today. Geena was last recorded in 1997 in the Top 2000. See also Genny.

Gina and variants

Genette, Gena2, Geina, Geena4
Var. of Gina. .. Also a feminine form of Gene .. Geena and forms rose in popularity 6 decades ago, but now, Gena has gone out of style.

Form of Gita. Root fr. Hindi, Sanskrit languages. "Song." Rather unusual as a baby name. See also Ghita.

Var. of Ghita. From Italian, Greek languages. "Pearl." Not that common as a girls' name. See also Gerta.

Form of Gitanjali. From Sanskrit language. "Song offerings, prayer." Not in popularity charts.

Geila1, var. Geiliyah, Geiliya, Geila2, Geelan, Geela, Geelah
Stems fr. Hebrew language. "Joy." Uncommon as baby names, but Geila, Geela, etc. are comparable to the more familiar Gail.

Form of Jaleesa. Modern name .. Geleexa was not a Top birth name in 2018.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Ge- names: Geena, Gemma, Gena, Gene, Genia, Genie

Gelilya, Gelilia, Gelilah, Gelila
Var. of Galila. Root fr. Hebrew language. "Rolling hills." Scarce as baby names, but Gelilah, Gelila, etc. are similar to the more conventional Delilah.

Root fr. Italian word. Name of a type of jasmine .. Not that prominent as a children's name.

Var. of Angela. Based on Greek element. "Messenger; angel, messenger of God." Uncommon, with the unconventional feminine -lya suffix for Gelya, like Gallya. See also Gila.

Gemini, var. Gemina, Gemelle, Gemella
Based on Greek language. "Twin." Gemella, Gemina, etc. are barely found as feminine names.

Gemma and variants

Gemma, var. Gemmalynn, Gemmalyn, Gem
Derived fr. Latin language. "Gem, jewel." Gemma is more widely used than the rest.

Gennara, Genara
Var. of Jenara. Derivative of Spanish, Latin. "January." Not widespread. Genara and Gennara are not listed in the US Demographics.

Jean and variants

Genie2, Gene2
Forms of Jean. Origin fr. Hebrew language. "God is gracious." Less common today. Gene and Genie were forms last appearing (1950-1959) in the Top 2000.


Var. of Jane. Derived fr. Hebrew element. "God is gracious." Gender-neutral name. Less widespread today. Gene was last found in 1950-1959 in the Top 2000.

Gene4, var. Genie3
Stems fr. Greek, Hebrew elements. "Noble aristocrat; God is gracious." Gene (TOP 30%) and Genie (60%) are commonplace as female names.

In Catholic tradition, Genesia, Virgin Mary .. Not that popular as a baby name. See also Genevia.

Quick Reference

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

1. Geegee - Genesia
Gigi [Geegee], Virginia [Genya, Genia, Geena, Geenya, Geenia], Eugenia [Gene, Gena, Genie, Genia, Geena], Geena, Gina [Gena, Geina, Geena, Genette], Gita [Geeta], Ghita [Geeta], Gitanjali [Geetanjali], Geila [Geila, Geela, Geelan, Geelah, Geiliya, Geiliyah], Jaleesa [Geleexa], Galila [Gelila, Gelilya, Gelilia, Gelilah], Gelsomina, Angela [Gelya], Gemini [Gemina, Gemelle, Gemella], Gemma [Gem, Gemmalyn, Gemmalynn], Jenara [Genara, Gennara], Jean [Gene, Genie], Jane [Gene], Gene [Genie], Genesia

Genesis [Genisa, Genisis, Genisia, Genessa, Gennesis, Gennesiss, ..], Geneva [Genevre, Genevra, Genevia, Genoveva, Genovefa, Genoveffa, ..], Jennifer [Genny, Gennie, Gennivre, Geniffer, Gennifur, Gennifer, ..], Guinevere [Genny, Genna, Gennie, Genivra, Geniver, Gennifer, ..], Genevieve [Genny, Gennie, Genoveva, Genovera, Genoveffa, Genivieve, ..], Ginevra [Genevra], Iphigenia [Genia], Genista [Geneesta], Genna [Genny, Genae, Genaya], Jenna [Genna], Ginny [Genny], Gioconda [Geoconda], Gianna [Geonna], Georgette [Georjetta, Georgetta], Georgia [Georgy, Georgine, Georgina, Georgyana, Georgyann, Georgyanne, ..], Georgina [Georgy, Georgie, Georgine, Georjette, Georgyana, Georgienne, ..], Giovanna [Geovana, Geovanna], Geraldine [Gerry, Gerri, Gerrie, Gerrilyn, Gerilynn, Gerroldine, ..], Geranium, Gerardine [Gerarde, Gerarda, Gererdina, Gerardyne, Gerardina, Gerrardene, ..]

Gerda [Gerde, Geerda], Geri [Gerri, Gerika, Gerica, Gericka, Gerrilyn, Geralynn, ..], Germaine [Germane, Germayn, Germana, Germain, Germayne], Jarica [Gerrica], Gertrude [Gerty, Gertrud, Gertruda, Gertraud, Gertrudis, Gertrudes, ..], Gerusha, Geulah, Gevira

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