Boy Names and meaning - Start with G

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Gabai Hebrew  delight, adornment 
Gable French  Little Gabriel. A man of God. 
Gabor Hungarian  Hungarian form of Gabriel. A man of God. 
Gabriel Hebrew  God is my strength. One of the archangels in the Bible. A boy or girl's name. 
Gadiel Hebrew  God is my fortune. 
Gadil Arabic  God is my wealth 
Gafna unknown   
Gagan Hindu   
Gage Old French  A pledge. 
Gair Irish Gaelic  Short. 
Gaius Latin  To rejoice. 
Galahad   From a place name in the Bible. One of King Arthur's knights. 
Gale   A stranger. A boy or girl's name. 
Galen Greek  The calm one, or the helper. A boy or girl's name. 
Galeno Spanish  little bright one 
Galip Turkish  winner 
Gallagher Irish Gaelic  The foreign helper. 
Gallard Old French  From gay and lively, or a dandy. 
Galloway Gaelic  A stranger or foreigner. 
Gallus   From Shakespeare's play Antony & Cleopatra. 
Galor Old French  From gay and lively, or a dandy. 
Galton Old English  From the rented estate or farm. 
Galvin Irish Gaelic  The right one. 
Galway Gaelic  A stranger or foreigner. 
Gamal Arabic  camel 
Gamaliel Hebrew  The recompense of God. A biblical name. 
Gaman Hindu   
Gamba African  warrior 
Gamble Norse  old 
Gamel Scandinavian  The old one. 
Ganan Aboriginal  From the west. 
Gandolf Teutonic  The progress of the wolf. 
Ganesh Sanskrit  The lord of the hosts. The elephant-headed Hindu God of wisdom. 
Gannon Irish Gaelic  The little blond or fair one. 
Ganymede Greek  A mythological youth. 
Gara Hungarian  goshawk 
Gardiner Old French  One who tends the garden. 
Gardner   A gardener. 
Gareth Welsh  Gentle, or an old man. 
Garett Anglo-Saxon  powerful with the spear 
Garfield Old English  From the triangular field or battlefield. 
Garin Old German  warrior 
Garland Old French  A crown or wreath of flowers. A boy or girl's name. 
Garman Old English  The spearman. 
Garmond Old English  A spear protector. 
Garner Old French  One who tends the garden. 
Garnet Old French  Dark red, from the colour of pomegranates. Also the name of a gemstone. A boy or girl's name. 
Garrett English  English from Old French. A spear warrior. Also see Gerald and Gerard. 
Garrick Old English  Leads by the spear. 
Garridan English  you hid 
Garrison   Troops in battle. 
Garron   Guardian. 
Garry   To watch. 
Garth Old Norse  A field or garden. 
Garton Old Norse  A dweller at the fenced farm. 
Garvey Gaelic  From the rough place. 
Garvin Teutonic  A spear friend. 
Garwood Old English  From the Firtrees. 
Gary English/Teutonic  English: A spearman. Also from the name Gareth, Tuetonic: Garfield and Garrett. 
Garyson Old English  son of Gary 
Gaspar Persian  The master of the treasure. Also see Caspar and Jasper. 
Gassy Old Norse  The staff of the Goths. 
Gaston French  A man from the province of Gascony. 
Gaurav Hindu   
Gautam Hindu   
Gautama Sanskrit  The name of the Buddha. 
Gautier French  A mighty ruler. 
Gavan   White hawk. 
Gavin Celtic  Little hawk. 
Gavrie Russian  man of God 
Gavril Russian  A man of God. 
Gawain Celtic  A battle hawk. One of king Arthurメs legendary knights. Also see Gavin. 
Gayle Hebrew  Father's joy. A boy or girl's name. 
Gaylord Old French  Brave. 
Geary Old English  Changeable. 
Gedeon Hungarian  warrior, devastator 
Geert Germanic  brave strength 
Geet Hindu   
Geir Norse  spear 
Gelar Aboriginal  A brother. 
Gene Greek  Noble, wellborn. A boy or girl's name. 
Genesis Hebrew  origin 
Geoff Teutonic  Divinely peaceful. Derived from Godfrey. 
Geoffrey Teutonic  Divinely peaceful. Derived from Godfrey. 
Geordi   Hill near meadows. 
Geordie   Hill near meadows. 
George Greek  A tiller of the soil (farmer). 
Gerad strange understanding of other people   
Geraint Welsh  Gentle, or an old man. 
Gerald English from Old French  A spear warrior. Also see Garrett and Gerard. 
Gerard English from Old French  A spear warrior, or brave spearman. Also see Garrett and Gerald. 
Gerik Polish  prosperous spearman 
Germain Latin  A brother. A male version of Germaine. 
Gerome Greek  A sacred or holy name. 
Geronimo Italian  A sacred or holy name. 
Gerry English from Old French  A spear warrior. A boy or girl's name. 
Gershom Hebrew  In exile. A stranger. 
Gervase Teutonic  A spear servant. 
Gerwyn Welsh  Fair love. 
Gerzson Hungarian  stranger, banished 
Gethin Welsh  Dark-skinned. 
Ghassan Arabic  In the prime of youth. 
Gi Korean  The brave one. 
Giacobbe Italian  Italian form of Jacob. Held by the heel. 
Giacomo Italian  The supplanter. 
Gianni Italian  Italian form of John. God is gracious. 
Gibson Old English  Son of Gilbert. Trusted. 
Gideon Hebrew  The mighty warrior. A biblical name. 
Gifford Teutonic  A gift. 
Gilbert Teutonic  Trusted. 
Gilby Norse  A pledge. 
Gilchrist Gaelic  The servant of Christ. 
Giles Greek  A kid, or young goat. 
Gilford Old English  By the ford. 
Gillespie   Servant of the Bishop. 
Gillet French  Little Gilbert. Trusted. 
Gilmer Scottish Gaelic  A servant of the Virgin Mary. 
Gilroy Gaelic  A son of the red-haired man. 
Gino Italian  Short for names ending with Gino. 
Ginton Arabic  a garden 
Giordano Italian  Flowing down, as in the River Jordan. 
Giovanni Italian  God is gracious. 
Giraldo Italian  A spear warrior. Also see Garrett and Gerard. 
Girish Hindu   
Girra Aboriginal  A creek, or a tree. 
Girvan Gaelic  The rough little one. 
Giulio Italian  A Roman family name, possibly meaning youthful. Born in July. 
Giuseppe Italian  Italian form of Joseph. God shall add. 
Givon Arabic  hill, heights 
Gladstone Old English  A bright rock. 
Gladwin Old English  A bright or kind friend. 
Glanville Old French  From the estate of Oak trees. 
Glen Gaelic/Welsh/Cornish  From the valley or glen. A boy or girl's name. 
Glendon Gaelic  From the fortress it the glen. 
Glenn   From the valley or glen. 
Glover Old English  A glovemaker. 
Glyn Gaelic/Welsh/Cornish  From the valley or glen. 
Glynn Gaelic/Welsh/Cornish  From the valley or glen. 
Goddard Old English  Divinely brave or strong. 
Godfrey Teutonic  God's peace. 
Godwin Old English  A divine or good friend. 
Golding Old English  The son of the golden one. 
Goliath Hebrew  Revealing. 
Gomer Hebrew/Old English  Hebrew: Complete. Old English: Good and famous. 
Gomez Spanish  A man. 
Gonzalo   From Shakespeare's play The Tempest. 
Gopal Sanskrit  The cowherd. 
Gordon Scottish Gaelic  Triangular hill. 
Gordy Scottish Gaelic  Triangular hill. From the name Gordon. 
Gore Old English  From the triangular plot of ground. 
Gorman Teutonic  Blue-eyed. 
Goronwy Welsh  A figure from Celtic mythology. 
Gorran Cornish  A hero. 
Gottfried German  Divinely peaceful. Also see Geoffrey. 
Gough Welsh  Red-haired. 
Govinda Sanskrit  A cowherd, one who is good at finding cows. 
Gower Celtic  Pure. 
Grady Irish Gaelic  Illustrious, noble. 
Graeme Old English  From the gravelly place or homestead. A common Scottish surname. 
Graham Old English  From the gravelly place or homestead. A common Scottish surname. 
Gram Latin  grain 
Grandpr   From Shakespeare's play Henry V. 
Granger Old English  A farmer. 
Grant Old French  The large or tall one. 
Grantham Old English  From the big meadow. 
Granville Old French  Large village. 
Gratian Latin  Pleasing, or thankful. 
Gratiano   From Shakespeare's play's Merchant of Venice and Othello. 
Grayson Old English  The son of the bailiff. 
Greg   Vigilant, watchful. 
Greger Swedish  vigilant 
Gregg   Vigilant, watchful. 
Gregory Greek  Vigilant, watchful. 
Gremio   From Shakespeare's play Taming of the Shrew. 
Gresham Old English  From the grazing land. 
Greville Old French  From a placename in Normandy. 
Griffin   Mythological beast. 
Griffith Welsh  A powerful lord. Also see Gryffyn. 
Griswold Teutonic  From the grey forest. 
Grosvenor Old French  A great huntsman. 
Grover Old English  From the grove, of trees. 
Grumio   From Shakespeare's play Taming of the Shrew. 
Gryffyn Comish/Welsh  Mythological beast. A boy or girl's name. 
Gugliehno Italian  A strong and resolute protector. 
Guiderius   From Shakespeare's play Cymbeline. 
Guido Italian  The wide one, or from the wood. 
Guildenstern   From Shakespeare's play Hamlet. 
Guildford Old English  By the ford. 
Guillaume French  A strong and resolute protector. 
Guillermo Spanish  A strong and resolute protector. 
Gul Hindu   
Gulab Hindu   
Gunnar Teutonic  bold warrior 
Gunther German  A bold warrior. 
Guntur Indonesian  Thunder. 
Gurion Hebrew  Of lion-like strength, or the place of God. 
Gurkan Turkish  Gurko 
Gus Old Norse  The staff of the Goths. 
Gustav Old Norse  Lord's cane. 
Guthrie Scottish Gaelic  From the windy place. 
Guy Teutonic  The wide one, or from the wood. 
Gwilym Welsh  Welsh form of William. A strong and resolute protector. 
Gwyn Welsh  White, fair, or blessed. A boy or girl's name. 
Gwynfor Welsh  From the fair place. 
Gye Teutonic  The wide one, or from the wood. 
Gyles Greek  A kid, or young goat. 
Gyula Hungarian  name of a honor