Gabino Gabino is a masculine given name of Spanish origin.
Gabor Gábor or Gabor is a common Hungarian male given name and family name. The name is the Hungarian form of Gabriel.
Gaetano Gaetano (anglicized Cajetan) is an Italian masculine given name. It is derived from the Latin Caietanus, meaning "from Caieta" (the modern Gaeta). The given name has been in use in Italy since medieval period, although it also remained in use as a byname indicating people from Gaeta, as in Thomas Cajetan or Gaetanus (1469–1534).
Gaffar Gaffar is a male Muslim given name of Arabic origin and may refer to: Gaffar is a male Muslim given name of Arabic origin and may refer to:
Gagik Gagik, Gaguik or Kakig (Armenian: Գագիկ) is an Armenian surname.
Gaius Gaius (also Caius, Greek Γάιος Gaios; modern also Gaius or Caius) was a common Roman name.
Gaku Gaku (written: 岳 or 学) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Gakuto Gakuto (written: 岳人, 岳登, 岳斗 or 学人) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Galip Galip (Turkish for "the winner"; "victorious, superior") is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin.
Gamal Jamal (Arabic & #160; جمال, DMG Ǧamāl & #160; 'Beauty') is an Arabic name.
Gamil Gamil is the Egyptian pronunciation of the masculine given name Jamil. Gamil is the Egyptian pronunciation of the masculine given name Jamil.
Ganesh Ganesh is a male given name commonly used in India and the Indian diaspora. The name is a form of Ganesha, a widely worshipped deity in the Hindu pantheon.
Garret Garret is an English male given name, which occurs in particular in Ireland and in the United States. Another form of the name is Garrett.
Gaspard Gaspard is a Francophone male given name or family name. Pronounced with a silent d, it may refer to:
Gaspare Gaspare (also Gaspero, Gasperino and Gasparro) is the Italian translation of the English name Casper and Jasper (French Gaspard, Scandinavian Kasper and Jesper).
Gaston Gaston is a masculine given name of French origin and a surname. The name Gaston may refer to:
Gastone Gastone is a masculine Italian given name. Notable people with the name include:
Gatis Gatis is a Latvian masculine given name borne by over 5,000 men in Latvia. The etymology of the name is disputed. Some of the suggestions include a possible relation to the Latvian word gatavs ("ready", "mature") . Other versions suggest its possible relation to an old Latvian word "gātis" meaning gates or river source. Another version suggests that the word is derived from the German name Gotthard. Its name-day is celebrated on 8 January.
Gaudenz Tom is a masculine given name of Latin origin. The name is common especially in Switzerland in the canton of Graubünden. Tom's name comes from the Latin past participle present gaudens, entis off. Is the verb to gaudere, to german forward. Gaudenz means therefore, of itself invites, the cheerful.
Gérald Gérald is a French male given name, a variant of the old Géraud and more common Gérard, both equivalent to Gerald in English.
Gérard Gérard (French: [ʒeʁɑʁ]) is a French masculine given name of Germanic origin, variations of which exist in many Germanic and Romance languages. Like many other early Germanic names, it is dithematic, consisting of two meaningful constituents put together. In this case, those constituents are gari > ger- (meaning 'spear') and -hard (meaning 'hard/strong/brave'). The English cognate of Gérard is Gerard.
Gebhard Gebhard (Gebhart) is a German given name, recorded from at least the 9th century. It is composed of the Old High German elements geb "gift" and hard "brave, hardy".
Gedeon Gedeon is a male given name and family name as a variant of the name Gideon. Gédéon is a French variant of the name.
Gediminas Gediminas (shortened as Gedas) is a Lithuanian masculine given name. Notable people with the given name include:
Gediminas Gediminas, a Lithuanian given name is derived from gedėti, (German "grieve") and minėti ("mention").
Gedvydas Gedvydas is a Lithuanian given name, derived from gedėti (grieve) and Vydas. The feminine form is Gedvydė.
Geert ‘Geert’ is a Dutch forename of Germanic origin, equivalent to German Gerd and English Gerry. The name is a condensed form of ‘Gerhard’, itself a combination of the Germanic words ‘ger’ (spear) and ‘hard’ (strong or brave) meaning 'Strong or Brave with the Spear'. The name's common female equivalent is 'Geertje'.
Gen'ichi Gen'ichi or Genichi (written: 源一 or 玄一) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Gen'ichirō Gen'ichirō, Genichirō, Genichiro or Genichirou (written: 源一郎 or 玄一郎) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Genadijus Genadijus is a Lithuanian given name, derived from Gennadi.
Genç Gale [ˈɟentʃ] (Turkish: "young, youthful";) "the youth") is a Turkish male first name and family name.
Genc Gale (ˈɡenʦ) is an Albanian Illyrian male name. The origin of the name is due to an Illyrian ruler named Gentius.
Gencer Tran, Tran also, is a Turkish given name meaning "the young man". The form of Gencer occurs as a family name.
Gendrikas Gendrikas is a Lithuanian given name, derived from Henrik.
Genjiro Genjiro or Genjirō is a masculine Japanese given name, which is associated with:
Gennadi The village of Gennadi (Greek & #160; Γεννάδι (n. & #160;sg.)) is located on the South East coast of the Greek Dodecanese island of Rhodes, about 27 & #160; km from Lindos and 65 & #160; km from Rhodes town.))
Gennadi Gennady (Russian Геннадий), also Gennady or Gennadiy transcribed, is a Russian masculine given name, which today but is widespread in many countries of the former Soviet Union.
Genovevo Genovevo is a masculine given name of Spanish-language origin.
Gentarō Gentarō (源太郎) is a Japanese male personal name, and may refer to:
Genzo Genzo is a masculine Japanese given name associated with:
Geoff Geoff is a short form of the English male given name Geoffrey.
Geoffrey Geoffrey [ˈdʒɛfri] an English male given name, was borrowed into Middle English period from anglonormannisch Geoffroy, Geoffroi and ultimately Germanic goes back to Gaufrid (name variant of Gaut Frid, from gaut 'goth"and frid"Peace, protection"), but in the Middle Ages also with Gotfrid (by goda"God"and frid) is associated and equated (see disambiguation Geoffroy).
Georg Georg is a male given name in mostly Northern European countries and may refer to:
Georgi (Bulgarian Георги, Russian Георгий) is a Slavic name Georgi
Georgios Georgios (Γεώργιος [ʝeˈorʝos]) is a Greek name derived from the word γεωργός (georgos, "farmer" lit. "earth-worker"). The word γεωργός is a compound of γῆ (ge, "earth", "soil") and ἔργον (ergon, "task", "undertaking", "work"). The English name "George" is derived from it. It is one of the most usual given names in Greece and Cyprus. The name day is 23 April. Georgios may refer to:
Geppetto Mister Geppetto, a fictional character, is the creator of Pinocchio in the 1883 novel, 1940 film and subsequent versions. He is a recurring character in much of fantasy-themed fiction and pop cultural media.
Gerald Gerald is an English and German language masculine given name. The name also exists in French with the accent Gérald.
Gerard Gerard (/ˈdʒɛrəd/ or US /dʒəˈrɑːrd/; Old French: [dʒerɑrd]) is a male forename of Old Germanic origin, variations of which exist in many Germanic and Romance languages. Like many other early Germanic names, it is dithematic, consisting of two meaningful constituents put together. In this case, those constituents are gari > ger- (meaning 'spear') and -hard (meaning 'hard/strong/brave').
Gerasim Gerasim (Russian Герасим; IPA: [ɡʲɪrˈasʲɪm]) is a male given name, derived from γεράσμιος (Greek), meaning "Respectable", "Honorable Elder".
Gerbrand Gerbrand is a Dutch male given name and family name.
Gereon Gereon is a masculine given name. He is especially in the Cologne area. The name refers to the Saint Géréon of Cologne. Origin and meaning are unclear, possibly the name from the Greek and means "the oldest".
Gergő Mahmoud is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Gergely Gergely [ˈgɛrgɛj] is the Hungarian form of the Christian male given name Gregory / Gregorius.
Gerhardt Gerhardt is a masculine name of Germanic origin. It can refer to the following:
Gerhardus Gerhardus and its shortened form Hardus are masculine given names of Dutch-language origin. People with those names include:
Gert Gert (typically /ˈʒɜːrt/) is a mainly masculine given name with some female bearers. English-speaking people should note that the "d-sound" as in "jungle" should not be present, only the j should be heard which take some practice. To make a distinction from the German and Dutch name, Gert is almost never pronounced with a g as in those languages and never spelled Geert as in Dutch. The Dutch name has no relation to Gert. Furthermore, Geert in Dutch is pronounced with a guttural phoneme, non-existent in Nordic languages. In Denmark the name is pronounced "girt" with a clear i-sound to make a distinction from the German and Dutch names. In Norway the name is extremely rare but usually spelled Gjert to mark the j-sound in the pronunciation as in Swedish. It is a short form of the name Gerhard. The name's meaning, derived from the German and Norse translation, is 'the stern javelin warrior'. Since 1993 no-one in Sweden has been baptised as Gert according to the Swedish Bureau of Census, so the name is becoming increasingly rare. 2010 around 12 000 in Sweden had the name as their first name according to the same source. Gert is most common in Sweden among males over 50 years of age. Around 400 females in Sweden have Gert as their first name according to the Swedish Bureau of Census.
Gervais Gervais is a French surname and family name.
Getoar Getoar is an Albanian given name for males. It is composed of the first two letters of Albanian subethnic divisions. GE stands for Gheg living in the north of Albanian lands (Northern Albania) and speaking the Gheg Dialect, TO for Tosk living in the south and speaking the Tosk Dialect, and AR for Arbëresh, Albanians living in Italy, Greece etc. and speaking varieties of Albanian like Arbëresh and Arvanitika.
Geza Géza is a Hungarian masculine first name. The importance of the relatively frequent in Hungary first name is unknown; possibly, it is derived from a Turkish title.
Ghasem Ghasem (Persian: قاسم) is an Iranian given name for males. People named Ghasem include:
Ghassan Ghassan (Arabic: غسان ) is an Arabic given name, the name of the founder of the Christian ghassan dynasty. It is attested among both Muslims, Christians, and Druze. It may refer to Ghassan (Arabic: غسان ) is an Arabic given name, the name of the founder of the Christian ghassan dynasty. It is attested among both Muslims, Christians, and Druze. It may refer to
Ghazanfar Ghazanfar or Gazanfer is a masculine given name, it may refer to:
Gheorghe Gheorghe is a Romanian form of the masculine given name George, but also appears as a family name.
Ghislain Ghislain (Guislain, Ghyslain, Ghiselin) (feminine: Ghislaine; Latin Gislenius) is a Belgian and French personal name that is also used in other countries with French-speaking populations.
Ghiyath al-Din Ghiyath al-Din (Arabic: غیاث الدین ), also transcribed as Ghiyāthu'd-Dīn, Ghiyasuddin, etc. is the name of many persons in the Islamic world. Ghiyath al-Din (Arabic: غیاث الدین ), also transcribed as Ghiyāthu'd-Dīn, Ghiyasuddin, etc. is the name of many persons in the Islamic world.
Ghulam Ghulam (Arabic: غلام ) is an Arabic word meaning servant, boy, youth. It is used to describe young servants in paradise. It is also used to refer to slave-soldiers in the Abbasid, Ottoman, Safavid and to a lesser extent, Mughal empires, as described in the article Ghilman, which is the plural form of the word. Ghulam (Arabic: غلام ) is an Arabic word meaning servant, boy, youth. It is used to describe young servants in paradise. It is also used to refer to slave-soldiers in the Abbasid, Ottoman, Safavid and to a lesser extent, Mughal empires, as described in the article Ghilman, which is the plural form of the word.
Ghulam Faruq Ghulam Faruq (Arabic: غلام فاروق ) is a Muslim male given name. Ghulam Faruq (Arabic: غلام فاروق ) is a Muslim male given name.
Ghulam Mohiuddin Ghulam Mohiuddin (Arabic: غلام محی الدین ) is a male Muslim given name. It may refer to
Giacinto Giacinto is a masculine Italian given name. Notable people with the name include:
Giacobbe Giacobbe is both an Italian surname and a masculine Italian given name. Notable people with the name include:
Giacomo Giacomo [ˈdʒaːkomo], an Italian name corresponding to James and Jacob, may refer to:
Giampaolo Giampaolo or Gianpaolo is an Italian given name or surname. Its English translation is "John Paul". It is often short for "Giovanni Paolo".
Gian Gian is a masculine Italian given name, form of Gianni. Notable people with the name include:
Gianandrea Gianandrea is an Italian masculine given name, originated from the connection of the given name Gianni and Andrea. Other variants of the name are Gian-Andrea and Giannandrea.
Giancarlo Giancarlo is an Italian given name meaning "John Charles". It is one of the most common masculine given names in Italy and is often short for "Giovanni Carlo". Notable people with the name include:
Gianfranco Gianfranco is a compound Italian given name, consisting of Gian- and Franco. Gian- comes from Giovanni and is used in compound names. It is closest to John or French Jean. Gianni means "God is gracious" and Franco means "Free man" or "Frenchman", a contracted form of Francesco.
Gianluca Gianluca is an Italian masculine given name. Its English translation is "John Luke" and it is often a shorter form of "Giovanni Luca".
Gianluigi Gianluigi is an Italian masculine given name meaning "John Louis". It is often an abbreviation of "Giovanni Luigi". Famous people with this given name include:
Gianmarco Gianmarco is an Italian masculine given name. Its English equivalent is "John Mark" and it is short for "Giovanni Marco".
Gianmaria Ibrahim is an Italian masculine given name, originated from the connection of the given name Gianni and Maria. Another variation of this nationalities is Giammaria.
Gianmario Gianmario is an Italian masculine given name, originated from the connection of the given name Gianni and Mario.
Gianni Gianni ([ˈdʒanːi]) is a male Italian forename (occasionally a surname), derived from the Hebrew Yohanan ("God is gracious", "God is merciful")
Gianpaolo A male Italian given name, is created from the connection of the given name Gianni and Paolo Gianpaolo, Gian Paolo and Gian-Paolo. Another variation of this nationalities is Giampaolo.
Gianpiero Valentine is an Italian masculine given name, originated from the connection of the given name Gianni and Piero.
Gianpietro Gianpietro is a masculine Italian given name. Notable people with the name include:
Giedrius Giedrius is a Lithuanian masculine given name and may refer to the following individuals:
Giesbert Gisbert is a masculine given name. His name-day is March 20. The male first name Gisbert is of Celtic origin and goes into his since the 18th century in Germany widespread version on the Saint Cuthbert of Lindisfarne (c. 634 in Northumberland, England, died on 20 March 687 on the island Farna - Tomb in the monastery of Lindisfarne / Holy Iceland, since the 10th century, the Cathedral of Durham) back. The meaning of the name is unclear and is "good and famous" implied.
Giichi Giichi (written 儀一 or 義一), is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Gijs Gijs is a Dutch masculine given name, which is a variant of Gijsbert, derived from the German name Gisbert. The Gis element is derived from gisil, meaning "pledge" or "hostage". The name may refer to:
Gijsbert Gijsbert is a Dutch masculine given name, which is a variant of the names Gisbert and Gilbert, and means "bright pledge". The name may refer to:
Gilbert Gilbert is a given name of Norman-French origin, itself from Germanic Gisilberht or Gisalberht. Original spellings included Gislebert, Guilbert and Gilebert. The first element, Gil-, comes from Germanic gīsil, meaning "shaft of an arrow" or gisal "pledge, hostage", while the second element, -bert comes from Germanic -behrt, short form of beraht, meaning "bright" or "famous". Another origin arises from Galwegian Gaelic in the name "Gille Brigte" meaning "follower of St Bridget" which is anglicised as "Gilbert". Gille Brigte or Gille Brighde is also the Gaelic for Oystercatcher, a sea bird associated with the story of St Bridget.
Gilbert Gilbert is a masculine given name. It is based on the ancient Germanic man name Gilbert, the two roots gisil (descendant of a noble family) and berht/beraht (for known or famous) consists of the. Also the meaning as "the brilliant offspring" from Germanic old high German is attributed to Gilbert. The name Gilbert is regarded as the French form of Gilbert. Yet the debate is in English [ˈɡɪl-].
Gilberto Gilberto is the romance version of the Latinized form of Gilbert, used in Italian, Portuguese and Spanish languages. In Galician, it's spelled Xilberto or Xilberte. It derives from the Germanic words gisel (meaning pledge or hostage) and beraht (meaning bright). It can be used as a given name or surname.
Gildo Gildo is a masculine given name. Gildo is a short form of the Italian name Ermenegildo. The female form of the name is Gilda.
Gilleasbaig Gilleasbaig is a masculine given name in the Scottish Gaelic language. The traditional form of the name is Gilleasbuig. Another form of the name is Gille Easbaig. The names mean "servant of the bishop". An early bearer of the name was the founder of Clan Campbell. An Anglicised form of the name is Gillespie; the name is also Anglicised as Archibald, however this name is etymologically unrelated.
Ginés Ginés is a Spanish personal name. It is the Spanish form of the Roman name "Genesius".
Gino Gino is a masculine given name of Italian origin. It may be the short form of another Italian names like Ambrogino or Luigino or Eugenio, which are from the Ancient Greek name Ambrosios (ἀμβρόσιος) which means "ever-living", and/or Eugenios (εὐγένιος) which means "well-born, noble".
Gintaras Gintaras is a Lithuanian masculine given name and may refer to:
Gintautas Gintautas is a Lithuanian given name, which is also as a surname in use.
Ginutis Ginutis is a Lithuanian given name, derived from gin-(ginti) + as, diminutive of Gina's. The feminine form is Ginutė.
Giorgio Giorgio is a male Italian given name (and sometimes a surname) meaning George. It may refer to:
Giorgos Giorgos or Yiorgos (Greek: Γιώργος), a common abbreviation of Georgios, may refer to:
Giovanni Giovanni (American English dʒoˈvɑni) is a male Italian given name (from Latin Iohannes). It is the Italian equivalent of John. Giovanni can also be found as a surname. It is sometimes spelled as Geovanni, Giovonnie or Giovannie when used as an English female name. Its female counterpart is Giovanna.
Giovita Giovita is an Italian male given name. He represents the Italianate form of the Latin holy name Iovita. Name day is the feast day of Saint Faustinus and Jovita, February 15.
Giray Giray is an original Mongolian, today Turkish male name of Mongolian origin, which occurs occasionally as a family name.
Girish Girish (also spelled as Gireesh) is a Hindu name which means "lord of the Mountains" in Sanskrit ("giri" means Mountain and "ish" means God). This is a name of Lord Shiva, given because of his abode in the Himalayan Mountains. Lord Sri Ventakeshwara who resides on top of seven hills called Saptagiri also has Girish as one of his names.
Girjesh The word Girjesh is an uncommon name derived from Hindi, literally meaning "Lord of Parvati", formed by joining the root words 'Girja'=Parvati, and 'Ish'='Lord'.The name alludes to Lord Shiva, husband of Goddess Parvati, who are both commonly depicted as observing mankind from the viewpoint of the Himalayas. The synonymous yet slightly different name 'Girijesh' has the meaning "King of the Mountains", formed by joining the root words 'Giri=Mountain', and 'Jesh=Ruler'.
Girolamo Girolamo is an Italian variant of the name Hieronymus. Its English equivalent is Jerome.
Gisbert Gisbert is a masculine given name. His name-day is March 20. The male first name Gisbert is of Celtic origin and goes into his since the 18th century in Germany widespread version on the Saint Cuthbert of Lindisfarne (c. 634 in Northumberland, England, died on 20 March 687 on the island Farna - Tomb in the monastery of Lindisfarne / Holy Iceland, since the 10th century, the Cathedral of Durham) back. The meaning of the name is unclear and is "good and famous" implied.
Gitanas Gitanas is a Lithuanian given name, derived from Gitano (Spanish Gitano, French Gitan).
Giuliano People with the Italian given name or surname Giuliano have included:
Giulio Giulio is a given name. Notable people with the name include:
Giuseppe Giuseppe is an Italian form of the male given name Joseph. Beppe is a diminutive form of the name.
Gizur Gizur, also Gizurr or Gissur, is a Nordic and Icelandic male personal name.
Gjergj Gjergj, the Albanian name for George, may refer to:
Gjon Gjon is an Albanian male given name, which is a form of the English name John. John is from the Greek Ioannes (Ἰωάννης), derived from the Hebrew name Yohanan (יוֹחָנָן), meaning "God is gracious". The name Gjon may refer to:
Glauco Glauco is a male given name, originally a Greek origin.
Glaukos Glaucus (Greek γλαυκός = sparkling or a name Γλαῦκος; lat. Glaucus) is the name of various figures of Greek mythology and legend, as well as the Greek-Roman history:
Gleb Gleb is a Russian, Belarusian and Ukrainian male given name. The old Russian name derived from the old Scandinavian name Guðleifr ("God's heritage"). Despite its Nordic origins, the name has spread in the East Slavic area. For this reason are the first canonized Russian Saints Boris and Gleb. The feast day of Saint in the Catholic, the Orthodox and the Armenian Church is 24 July.
Glenn Glenn is a predominantly masculine given name and a surname in the English-speaking world. The forename Glen also occurs in the Variant. The name is a Scottish surname derived from the Gaelic Word gleann for Valley. Glenn and Glen is so "The man / woman of the Valley".
Godfrey Godfrey is a given name and a surname. The given name is derived from the Old French Godefroy, a name composed of the elements: the first being either god ("god") or gōd ("good"); the second being fred ("peace"). The name was brought to England by settlers from Normandy, the Low Countries, and France. The name is rendered Goiridh and Goraidh in Scottish Gaelic.
Godzimir Godzimir or Godemir - is a very old Slavic given name meaning: godzi/gode - "to do something at appropriate time", mir - "peace, world, prestige". Feminine form: Godzimira/Godemira. Alternate form of this name is: Mirogod.
Goffredo Goffredo is an Italian male given name with the meaning God's peace, originally emerged from the Germanic elements god (God) and Osman (peace). See there for more etymological derivations.
Gofraidh Gofraidh is a masculine given name in the Irish language. It is derived from the Old French Godefroy. A variant spelling of the Irish Gofraidh is Goffraid.
Goichi Goichi (written: 剛一 or 吾一) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Gomes Gomes is a Portuguese surname, derived from a homonymous medieval masculine given name meaning "Man". The Spanish version of the name is Gómez.
Gonzague Gonzaga is a clean name from the family name of an Italian princely family of Venetian origin, Gonzague, Gonzaga in Italian language.
Gonzalo Gonzalo is a Spanish given name and family name.
Gopinath Gopinath is an Indian first and family name. He is one of the names of Krishna's (or.: Gopinatha).
Gopinathan Gopinathan is a name which was used in Southern States of India like Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh in the 1950s and 1960s among the progressive Hindu families. The name is derived from the Lord Krishna, who is considered to be a hero in protecting young girls. He is called Nathan, meaning the Gopika's' (Girls') dream hero. The name lost its prominence to modern names since the 1970s. There have been many prominent personality by this name. Gopinathan or Gopinath is same just the difference being that in Tamil Nadu and Kerala, it is Gopinathan.
Goran Goran (pronounced [ɡǒran]; Cyrillic: Горан) is a South Slavic male first name, mostly used in republics of Former Yugoslavia, such as Croatia, Serbia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Slovenia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Goran Goran (Serbian Cyrillic Горан) is a male given name, which is common in the Yugoslav successor States. In same spelling but different meaning, he exists in the Kurdish (see list of Kurdish given name). He is not to be confused with the Swedish name of Göran.
Gorch Gorch is a masculine given name, and the low German form of George.
Gordan Gordan is a Serbo-Croatian name derived from Proto-Slavic *gъrdъ (gȏrd) meaning proud:
Gordius Greek etymology, Gordius or Gordius, legendary King of Phrygia, Gordius is a male given name, celebrated on January 3.
Gorgos Gorgos (Greek Γόργος, Latin. Gorgus) is an ancient, Greek, male personal name. The name means wild or rigid looking.
Gorka Gorka is both a given name and a surname, the Basque form of the given name George. Notable people with the name include:
Goswin Goswin is a masculine given name. From old high German Jai = friend. means: "Goth friend" or "Friend of God".
Gottfried Gottfried is a masculine German given name. It is derived from the Old High German name Godafrid, recorded since the 7th century. The name is composed of the elements god- (conflated from the etyma for "god" and "good", and possibly further conflated with gaut) and frid- ("peace, protection").
Gotthilf TCH is a masculine given name. It occurs as a family name in the German-speaking world.
Gottlieb Gottlieb (German for "God's Love"; see also Amadeus (disambiguation), Bogomil, Theophil) is a German name that may be used as a surname or as a male given name. The name Gottlieb was created in the 17th century, in German speaking parts of Europe, as a product of the age of Pietism, as a way of naming young men with a religiously charged name. The name has been, however, attested from the 6th century in the Gothic Arezzo deed as 'Gudilub', normalized as 'Gudaliufs'.
Gottlob Thank goodness is a German male given name and family name.
Greig Greig is a surname and given name. The surname is of Scottish origin and is derived from a shortened form of the personal name Gregory. As a given name, Greig is of English and Scottish origin. This name is a short form of the names Gregory or Gregor. In some cases it is derived from the surname of the same spelling. A variant form of the given name is Gregg.
Grellan Grellan is an Irish male name. The Irish spelling is Ghrealláin.
Grgur Grgur is the Serbo-Croatian variant of "Gregory" (Latin: Gregorius, Greek: Grēgorios).
Grigor Grigor is a masculine given name and a surname. Variants include Gregory, Gregor, Grigori, Grigory, and in Western Armenian as Krikor.
Grzegorz Grzegorz is a Polish form of the male given name Gregory.
Guarino Guarino is an Italian name that is derived from the word guardia or guardiano meaning ‘to guard’ or ‘to protect’. The name refers to several notable people:
Guilherme Guilherme is a Portuguese given name, equivalent to William in English. The feminine form of this name is Guilherma. Diminutive forms include Guilhermino and Guilhermina. Among these, only Guilherme and Guilhermina are common given names. Vilma (Portuguese form of Wilma) is another female variant of the name.
Guillaume Guillaume is the French equivalent of William (name), which is of old Germanic origin.
Guille Guille ['giʎe̞], in Argentina and Uruguay also ['giʃe̞], a Spanish male given name is a short form of Guillermo, the Spanish form of William,.
Guillem Guillem is a Catalan male given name. The German form of the name is William. Another origin and meaning of the name see here. The Spanish form of the name is Guillermo.
Guillermo Guillermo (Spanish pronunciation: [ɡiˈʎermo]) is the Spanish form of the male given name William. The name is also commonly shortened to 'Guille'.
Gunārs Gunārs is a Latvian masculine given name. It is a cognate of the name Gunnar and may refer to:
Gundars Gundars is a Latvian masculine given name and may refer to:
Gundo SB is a male given name, which is a short form of names starting with Gund-. These are derived from the old high German word Gand, means the fight.
Gunnar Gunnar is a male first name of Nordic origin (Gunnarr in Old Norse ). The name Gunnar means fighter, soldier, and attacker, but mostly is referred to by the Viking saying which means Brave and Bold warrior (gunnr "war" and arr "warrior"). Gunder is a nordic variant, Günther is the modern German variant, and Gonario is the Italian version. Some people with the name Gunnar include:
Gunther Gunther (Gundahar, Gundahari, Latin Gundaharius, Gundicharius, or Guntharius, Old English Gūðhere, Old Norse Gunnarr, anglicised as Gunnar) was a semi-legendary King of Burgundy in the early 5th century. Legendary tales about him appear in Latin, medieval Middle High German, Old Norse, and Old English texts, especially concerning his relations with Siegfried (Sigurd in Old Norse) and his death by treachery in the hall of Attila the Hun.
Guntis Guntis is a Latvian masculine given name and may refer to:
Gurunath Gurunath is a commonly used term when praising what is considered by devotees the ultimate source of compassion, love and truth - irrespective of sectarian divides whether they may be devotees of Shiva, the Lord of Transformation in the Hindu pantheon (Shaivaite) or of Vishnu, the Lord of Preservation and Sustenance in the Hindu pantheon (Vaishnav) or any other devotee (bhakta) of a Hindu God or Goddess.
Gus Gus is a mostly englischsprachiger male given name, mostly occurring in the United States. The name may occur, as a short form of Augustus or Angus Greek emigrants as a diminutive of Constantine.
Gustaf Gustaf is a Swedish and German variant of the masculine given name Gustav. The Swedish family names Gustafson and Gustafsson are derived from Gustaf in patronymischer education.
Gustav Gustav /ˈɡʊstɑːv/, also spelled Gustaf, is a male given name of likely Old Swedish origin, used mainly in Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Estonia, Germany, Austria, and Hungary, possibly meaning "staff of the Geats or Goths or gods", possibly derived from the Old Norse elements Gautr ("Geats"), Gutar/Gotar ("Goths"), goð ōs ("gods") and the word stafr ("staff"). Another etymology speculates that the name may be of Medieval Slavic origin, from the name Gostislav, a compound word for "glorious guest", from the Medieval Slavic words Gosti ("guest") and slava ("glory") and was adopted by migrating groups north and west into Germany and Scandinavia. This name has been borne by eight Kings of Sweden, including the 16th-century Gustav Vasa and the current king, Carl XVI Gustaf. It is a common name for Swedish monarchs since the reign of Gustav Vasa. The name has entered other languages as well. In French it is Gustave; in Italian and in the Portuguese and Spanish language it is Gustavo. The Latinised form is Gustavus. A side form of the name in Swedish is Gösta. The name in Finnish is Kustaa. In Icelandic and Faroese it is written Gústav or Gústaf.
Gustavo Gustavo is a Spanish, Italian and Portuguese male given name derived from Gustav /ˈɡʊstɑːv/, also spelled Gustaf, of Old Swedish origin, possibly meaning "staff of the Geats", derived from the Old Norse elements Gautr ("Geat") and stafr ("staff"). It is a common name for Swedish monarchs since the reign of Gustav Vasa. Another etymology speculates that the name may have a Slavic origin, through Swedish, from "Gostislav", a compound word from Old Slavic "Gost'" ("guest") and "slava" ("glory").
Gustavs Gustavs is a Latvian masculine given name and may refer to:
Gusztáv Inger is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Gutierre Gutierre is a Spanish given name of Germanic origin, the French equivalent of which is Gautier. It is the origin of the family name Hispanic Gutiérrez.
Guttorm Guttorm is a masculine Norwegian given name. Notable people with the name include:
Guus Guus is a common Dutch masculine given name. It is a diminutive of the names Augustus and Gustaaf.
Guy Guy (/ɡaɪ/, French: [ɡi]) is an English given name, which is derived from the French form of the Germanic name Guido. "Guy" is also an Anglicization of the Hebrew name גיא, transliterated "Gai", which means "Ravine".
Gyula Gyula listen (help·info) is a Hungarian male given name. It was adopted as a given name sometime after the establishment of the Kingdom of Hungary. It was revived in the 19th century and is often associated with the Latin name Julius.
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