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First Name Directory - Starting with G




This site is dedicated to maintaining a database of first names from all over the world. We are still working to add all meanings to the names and sort them by gender, ethic and other behavior.

Most names come from the European and Arab area, especially italian, spanish, french and german firstnames.


Geesche
Galliani, also the ash, is a female given name and the low German version of the name Gertrud, as well as a family name, see Gesche (disambiguation).
Gerlind
Gerlinde (also Cuqoiteic, Gerlindis) is a female given name, from old high German. Sometimes cooking Linde.
Gerlinde
Gerlinde (also Cuqoiteic, Gerlindis) is a female given name, from old high German. Sometimes cooking Linde.
Gesche
Galliani, also the ash, is a female given name and the low German version of the name Gertrud, as well as a family name, see Gesche (disambiguation).
Gisela
"Gisela" or Gicela is a female given name of Germanic origin. The name derives from the Old High German word gīsal, "pledge".
Gretchen
Gretchen is a female given name of German origin, though it became common in many other countries such as the United States. It is a pet form of Greta and Grete, which in turn are pet forms of the name Margaret. Its popularity increased due to a major character in Goethe's Faust having this name. In Germany today it is not as popular, and as a given name it is used much less than it once was. However, in the United States the name "Gretchen" remains very popular and nostalgic.
Gretel
Gretel is a German shortening of the name Margarete. It may refer to:
Gretha
Gretha is a feminine given name.
Grethe
Grethe is a feminine given name and a family name.
Griseldis
Griselda is a feminine given name.
Gudrun
Gudrun is a female given name of Germanic origin.
Gunda
Gunda is a female given name, which is an old German short form of-gunda or gunde ending name, especially to Gudrun (name). These are r derived from the old high German word, which means struggle or pus. So, there is the Gundelrebe, which is used as a medicinal herb for pus sores. Gunda means as much as "the small fighter" as a given name.
Gunde
Gunde is a given name, which is an old German short form of-gunda or gunde ending name (e.g. B Vishu, Hilde Gunde, Kunigunde, short "Gundi"). These are r derived from the old high German word, which means struggle.
Gundel
Gundel is used both as a female first name and as a surname. «He is a short form of given name, the from the old high German» r «derive.
Gundela
Gundela is a female given name, which is an old German short form of-gunda or gunde ending name. These are derived from the old high German word gunk, which means struggle.
Gundelinde
Gundelinde is a female given name.
Gunthild
Gunthild is a feminine given name.
Grażyna
Grażyna is a feminine given name. It was through the work of Grażyna - a seal (Polish: poemat Grażyna) known of the Polish poet Adam Mickiewicz dating back to 1823. The first name is very common especially in Poland. It occurs very rarely in the German-speaking world.
Gisèle
Gabriele
Gabriele is both a given name and a surname. Notable people with the name include:
Gerburg
Gerburg is a female German given name. It is composed of GER (spear) and uphill (mountains, protect) together.
Gerhild
Gerhild, Beckie, Gerhilt or also Kerhild is an old, German, female first name.





In the data base are, apart from modern and traditional first names also American, Arab, Germans, English, French, Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Latin, Dutch, Northern, Russian, Scandinavian, Slavian, Spanish, and Swedish first names.


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