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  • Govannon

    Meaning: God of the forge

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Goveniayle

    Meaning: A knight

    Origin: Arthurian Legend

  • Govind

    Meaning: Popular and Powerful God

    Origin: Indian

  • Govind

    Meaning: Popular and Powerful God

    Origin: Indian

  • Gow

    Meaning: A smith

    Origin: Scottish

  • Gow

    Meaning: A smith

    Origin: Scottish

  • Gowan

    Meaning: A smith

    Origin: Scottish

  • Gowan

    Meaning: A smith

    Origin: Scottish

  • Gowyn

    Meaning: God's friend

    Origin: English

  • Grace

    Meaning: Grace

    Origin: English

  • Gracelyn

    Origin: Unknown

  • Gracelynn

    Meaning: Graceful as a waterfall. Quiet and shy.

    Origin: German

  • Grace-Lynn

    Origin: Latin

  • Gracia

    Meaning: Grace

    Origin: Spanish

  • Gracia

    Meaning: Grace

    Origin: English

  • Gracianna

    Meaning: Child of God

    Origin: Unknown

  • Gracie

    Meaning: Grace

    Origin: English

  • Graciela

    Meaning: Taken From Grace

    Origin: English

  • Gracin

    Origin: Unknown

  • Graden

    Meaning: Gray-haired: son of the Gray family: son of Gregory.

    Origin: English

  • Gradon

    Meaning: Gray-haired: son of the Gray family: son of Gregory.

    Origin: English

  • Grady

    Meaning: Noble

    Origin: Irish

  • Graeghamm

    Meaning: From the gray home

    Origin: English

  • Graegleah

    Meaning: From the gray meadow

    Origin: English

  • Graeham

    Meaning: From the gray home

    Origin: English

  • Graeme

    Meaning: Farm home.

    Origin: English

  • Graeme

    Meaning: Warring

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Graeme

    Meaning: Farm home.

    Origin: Scottish

  • Graeme

    Meaning: Farm home.

    Origin: Scottish

  • Graent

    Meaning: Great

    Origin: English

  • Grafere

    Meaning: Lives in the grove

    Origin: English

  • Graham

    Meaning: From the great meadow Farm home. Surname.

    Origin: English

  • Graham

    Meaning: Warring

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Graham

    Meaning: From the gray home

    Origin: Scottish

  • Graham

    Meaning: From the gray home

    Origin: Scottish

  • Grahem

    Meaning: Warring

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Graine

    Meaning: Taken from Igraine

    Origin: Arthurian Legend

  • Grainne

    Meaning: Taken from Igraine

    Origin: Arthurian Legend

  • Grainne

    Meaning: Charming

    Origin: Irish

  • Grainne

    Meaning: Charming

    Origin: Irish

  • Gram

    Meaning: From the gray home

    Origin: English

  • Gram

    Meaning: Warring

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Granger

    Meaning: Farmer

    Origin: English

  • Grangere

    Meaning: Farmer

    Origin: English

  • Grania

    Meaning: Love

    Origin: Celtic

  • Grant

    Meaning: Bestow or great: tall. The American General and president Ulysses S. Grant. Surname.

    Origin: English

  • Grant

    Meaning: Great

    Origin: Scottish

  • Grant

    Meaning: Great

    Origin: Scottish

  • Grantham

    Meaning: From the great meadow

    Origin: English

  • Grantland

    Meaning: From the large meadow

    Origin: English

  • Grantley

    Meaning: From the large meadow

    Origin: English

  • Granuaile

    Meaning: Grace OMalley

    Origin: Irish

  • Granville

    Meaning: From the large town

    Origin: French

  • Gray

    Meaning: Gray-haired.

    Origin: English

  • Graycen

    Meaning: Daughter of the gray haired one. Grace of God. Feminine form of Grayson.

    Origin: English

  • Graysen

    Meaning: Gray-haired: son of the Gray family: son of Gregory.

    Origin: English

  • Grayson

    Meaning: Son of the reeve or Gray-haired: son of the Gray family: son of Gregory.

    Origin: English

  • Grayvesone

    Meaning: Son of the reeve

    Origin: English

  • Grazina

    Meaning: Grace

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Grazinia

    Meaning: Grace

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Grazyna

    Meaning: Grace

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Greagoir

    Meaning: Watchful

    Origin: Irish

  • Greeley

    Meaning: From the gray meadow

    Origin: English

  • Greely

    Meaning: From the gray meadow

    Origin: English

  • Greenlee

    Origin: Unknown

  • Greg

    Meaning: Abbreviation of Gregory.

    Origin: English

  • Gregg

    Meaning: Abbreviation of Gregory. Surname.

    Origin: English

  • Gregor

    Meaning: On the watch.

    Origin: German

  • Gregor

    Meaning: Vigilant

    Origin: Scottish

  • Gregor

    Meaning: Vigilant

    Origin: Scottish

  • Gregoria

    Meaning: Vigilant

    Origin: Spanish

  • Gregorio

    Meaning: Watchful

    Origin: Spanish

  • Gregory

    Meaning: On the watch. As the first of 16 Gregory popes Pope Gregory fostered the development of Gregorian chants. See also Greg. Gregorio: (ltalian/Spanish/Portuguese) On the watch.

    Origin: English

  • Gregson

    Meaning: Son of Greg. Surname.

    Origin: English

  • Gremian

    Meaning: Enrages

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Grendel

    Meaning: Legend name

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Grenville

    Meaning: From the large town

    Origin: French

  • Gresham

    Meaning: From the grazing

    Origin: English

  • Greta

    Meaning: Pearl. Abbreviation of Margaret.

    Origin: German

  • Gretchen

    Meaning: Variant of Margaret. Little pearl

    Origin: German

  • Gretel

    Meaning: Pearl. Abbreviation of Margaret.

    Origin: German

  • Gretel

    Meaning: Pearl. Abbreviation of Margaret.

    Origin: German

  • Grey

    Meaning: Gray-haired.

    Origin: English

  • Greyson

    Meaning: Gray-haired: son of the Gray family: son of Gregory.

    Origin: English

  • Gricelda

    Meaning: Gray: gray-haired. Italian author Giovanni Boccaccio used the name for an exceptionally patient fictional wife - thus the expression patience of Griselda.

    Origin: German

  • Griffin

    Meaning: Surname.

    Origin: Irish

  • Griffith

    Meaning: A murderer

    Origin: Arthurian Legend

  • Griffyth

    Meaning: A murderer

    Origin: Arthurian Legend

  • Griflet

    Meaning: Returns Excalibur to the lake

    Origin: Arthurian Legend

  • Grimbold

    Meaning: Fierce bold

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Grimm

    Meaning: Fierce

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Grimme

    Meaning: Fierce

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Grindan

    Meaning: Sharp

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Gringalet

    Meaning: Gawain's horse

    Origin: Arthurian Legend

  • Gringolet

    Meaning: Gawain's horse

    Origin: Arthurian Legend

  • Grioghar

    Meaning: Watchful

    Origin: Irish

  • Griorgair

    Meaning: Vigilant

    Origin: Scottish

  • Griorgair

    Meaning: Vigilant

    Origin: Scottish

  • Grisandole

    Meaning: A princess who dresses as a man

    Origin: Arthurian Legend

  • Griselda

    Meaning: Gray battle maiden

    Origin: German

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