Ga-young Ga-young is a Korean feminine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 31 hanja with the reading "ga" and 34 hanja with the reading "young" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Gabija Gabija is a Lithuanian feminine given name.
Gabriela Gabriela is the Portuguese and Spanish feminine form of the Hebrew name Gabriel.
Gabriele Gabriele is both a given name and a surname. Notable people with the name include:
Gabriella Gabriella is an Italian feminine given name from the Hebrew name Gabriel. Girls that are named Gabriella often take on a shorter version of the name, such as Bella, Ella, Gab, Gabbi, Gabby, Gabi, Gabie, Gabbie or Gaby.
Gabrielle Gabrielle is the French feminine form of Gabriel, which means "hero of god" or "God is my might" in Hebrew.
Gaëlle Gaëlle is a French feminine given name of Breton origin, possibly a variant of Alberto, which, in turn, represents the feminine form of Gwenaël.
Galina Galina, Halina, Halyna (Cyrillic: Галина; from Greek γαλήνη "calmness") is a Russian, Bulgarian and Ukrainian female name.
Gamze Gamze (pronounced [ˈɟamze]) is a Turkish given name for females. Means dimple on his or her cheek when someone smiles. It's considered as a feature of beauty. People named Gamze include:
Ganna Ganna is both an Italian surname and a feminine Ukrainian and Belarusian given name. Notable people with the name include:
Gaye Gaye is a male and female given name in the English-speaking world, a Turkish female given name of Arabic origin meaning "Desire", "the goal", as well as a West African, including Gambian family name.
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).
Gema GEMA is a Lithuanian name. Furthermore, it occurs as a Spanish variant of the name Gemma.
Gemma Gemma is a female name of Italian origin, meaning "precious stone." Its popularity peaked in the United Kingdom during the 1980s. It was the third most popular female name in 1984 in the UK.
Genevieve Saint Genevieve (French: Sainte Geneviève; Latin: Sancta Genovefa, Genoveva; from Germanic keno "kin" and wefa "wife") (Nanterre, c. 419/422 AD – Paris 502/512 AD), is the patron saint of Paris in the Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox traditions. Her feast day is kept on January the 3rd.
Geneviève Genevieve is a French female given name. Sainte Geneviève, saving of Paris in the 5th century has made him popular, it belonged to the Frankish nobility.
Genovaitė Genovaitė (short form Genutė or Genė) is a Lithuanian given name that may refer to:
Genoveita Genoveita is a Lithuanian female given name, derived from Genoveva. The male form is Genoveitas.
Georgiana Georgiana is a Catalan, English, Greek and Romanian name. It is the feminine form of the male name George and a variation of the female names Georgina and Georgia. It comes from the Greek word Γεωργιος, meaning farmer.
Gertrude Gertrude (also spelled Gertrud) is a female given name which is derived from Germanic roots that meant "spear" and "strength". "Trudy", originally a diminutive of "Gertrude", has developed into a name in its own right.
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).
Ghazal Ghazāl (another transliteration: Ġazāl; Arabic غزال) is a female given name in Arabic and Persian. Translates the name in both languages "Gazelle". The popular poetic form, however, means Ġazal غزل, DMG Arabic (see here), which is applied in the Indian area also to the song related. To learn this art only by visiting a singing school and with years of practice.
Giada Giada is a feminine Italian given name meaning "jade".
Gianna Gianna is a female Italian given name, a diminutive form of Giovanna. In English it is translated as Joann or Joanna. These names both mean "God is gracious". See also "John (given name)" for the origin.
Giedrė Giedrė is a Lithuanian female name (derived from giedra, meaning "cheerful"). The male form is Giedrius.
Giorgia Giorgia is the Italian cognate of the female name Georgia.
Giovanna Giovanna is an Italian feminine first name. It is the feminine counterpart of Giovanni, which in turn is the Italian form of John; it is thus the Italian equivalent of Jane, Joanna, Jeanne, etc.
Gisela "Gisela" or Gicela is a female given name of Germanic origin. The name derives from the Old High German word gīsal, "pledge".
Gisele Gisele or Gisèle is a given name. The name is from Old German gesel meaning to "pledge" and variant of Giselle, Gisela etc.
Giselle Giselle is a female given name of French origin. It is derived from the Germanic word gisil, meaning "hostage" , "mutual obligation" or "pledge", and may have originated as a nickname for a child given as a pledge to a foreign court. Variants of the name include Gisela, Gisele, and Gisèle. The name may refer to:
Gita Gita Geeta (Devanagari: गीता gītā) is an Indian feminine given name.
Gitanjali Gitanjali or Geetanjali (Devanagari:गीताजंली gītāñjalī) is and Indian feminine given name.
Githa Githa is a given name. People with that name include:
Giulia Giulia is the Italian translation of Julia. The Italian male name is Giulio. Giulia is a name given to some women and places:
Giuliana Giuliana is an Italian language given name ultimately derived from the Latin Iuliana, the feminine form of Iulianus. The name is also often thought to be a combination of Julia (Giulia) and Anna.
Giuseppina Giuseppina is an Italian feminine given name. It is the Italian version of the English name Josephine.
Gizem Gizem is a common feminine Turkish given name. In Turkish, "Gizem" means "Mystery", and/or "Enigma".
Glória Glória is a common Portuguese girl's name, the equivalent of Gloria is Spanish and English.
Go-eun Go-eun is a Korean feminine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 40 hanja with the reading "go" and 26 hanja with the reading "eun" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Gök Gabriel is a Turkish, predominantly female first name and family name meaning "the sky", has made a large number of other Turkish names.
Gökçe Gökçe is a common feminine and masculine Turkish given name. In Turkish, linked to the old Turkic and Mongolian religion Tengrism, "Gökçe" means "sky goddess", "ruler of the sky", "celestial", and/or "sky blue."
Gökçen Gökçen is a Turkish given name, which means "beautiful woman" and/or "blue-eyed woman," and may refer to:
Göksu Gabrielle is a Turkish male and female first name and family name.
Göksun Göksun is a common feminine Turkish given name. In Turkish, "Göksun" means "(the one who) rises to the sky".
Görkem Ali (Turkish for "splendour, splendour; Glory"etc.) is a Turkish, mostly male first name.
Göta Göta is a Swedish given name, which is the female equivalent of Gote.
Gözde Gözde is a common feminine Turkish given name. In Turkish, "Gözde" means "Favorite", and/or "Dearest".
Grace Grace is a feminine given name, form of Gracie, from the Latin gratia. It is often given in reference to the Christian concept of divine grace and used as a virtue name.
Gražbylė A Lithuanian female given name is derived from the gražus Gražbylė (meaning beautiful). The male form is Gražbylius.
Gražina Gražina is a Lithuanian feminine given name. The name was created by the Polish poet Adam Mickiewicz for the main character of his 1823 poem Grażyna. The name is derived from the Lithuanian adjective gražus, meaning "pretty", "beautiful". In Lithuanian tradition, the name day for Gražina is September 26.
Grazyna 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. Grażyna's first name comes from the Lithuanian (first name Gražina) by graži, beautiful, graceful means.
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.
Greta The name Greta is derived from the name Margaret, which comes from the Greek word margarites or "pearl."
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.
Grete Grete or Grethe is a feminine given name, a derivate of Margaret. It is most often used in Scandinavia (not including Sweden), Estonia, and German-speaking Europe.
Gretel Gretel is a German shortening of the name Margarete. It may refer to:
Grethe Grethe is a feminine given name and a family name.
Griselda Griselda is a feminine given name from Germanic sources that is now used in English, Italian, and Spanish as well. According to the 1990 United States Census, the name was 1066th in popularity among females in the United States.
Gudrun Gudrun is a female given name of Germanic origin.
Guenièvre Guinevere is a female given name, derived from the Welsh Gwenhwyfar, first name means "white fairy", 'white form', 'white spirit' or 'White Lady'. The phoneme/gw/regularly reduced to previously in French, as in the Breton Anthroponyms, based on the word Gwen (cf. Guénolé, Milan, etc..)
Guiomar A Portuguese and Spanish female, also used male name is possibly derived from the old Germanic name Wigmar meaning Guiomar, "top notch, significant, famous in the war". Guiomar is also a family name.
Gul Gul is a Nordic name commonly used in Swedish, Danish, Finnish, and Norwegian languages. The name is also common in Persian and Turkish languages. Gul is used as a family name in Europe, Central and South Asia.
Gül Gül is a Turkish female given name of Persian origin, as well as the meaning of "the rose".
Gülay Gaddafi is a Turkish female given name of Persian and Turkish origin meaning "Rose Moon", which is also a family name.
Gülbahar Gülbahar is a Turkish given name for females and may refer to:
Gülcan Gülcan is a Turkish female given name meaning "rose soul".
Gülen Gülen is a Turkish female given name and family name. Gülen means inter alia 'the smiling".
Günay Gahan is a Turkish female and male first name and family name meaning "Day Moon" (i.e., the Moon that can be seen during daylight hours). Another interpretation as the Sun and moon (Gaffney Ay = Gadge) draws on the old Turkic Künay. The first deity of the Turks, the maker of the Sun and moon, was referred to as Künay Tängri. Künay instead of Gadge is based on all Turkish and a probable translation error.
Günaydın Gadsby is a Turkish female and male first name and family name.
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.
Gundega Gundega is a Latvian given name and may refer to:
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.
Güneş Güneş (pronounced [ˈɟyneʃ]) is a Turkish word meaning the Sun, it is used as a given name and surname, it may refer to:
Güney Güney is a predominantly Turkish male given name and family name meaning the South.
Güngör Gaga is a Turkish male and female first name and family name.
Gunilla Gunilla is a Swedish female name, derived from Gunhild.
Gunn Gunn is a female Norwegian given name. Notable people with the name include:
Günseli Günseli is a common Turkish given name. The name is produced by using two Turkish words: Gün and Sel. In Turkish, "Gün" means "Day" and/or "Sun"; and "Sel" means "Flood" and/or "Stream". Therefore it means "stream of sun" or "stream of daylight"
Gunta Gunta is a Latvian feminine given name. The associated name day is March 28.
Gurandukht Gurandukht (Georgian: გურანდუხტი), also Guarandukht (გუარანდუხტი), is a feminine given name in Georgia, ultimately derived from the Iranian Bahramdukht. It was particularly popular among the medieval Georgian nobility. According to the Georgian Civil Registry, only 43 women in Georgia bore this name as of 2012.
Güray Russell is a Turkish female and male first name and family name.
Gürbüz Gagnon is a Turkish male and female first name, which is also a family name.
Gürel Melissa is a Turkish female given name and family name.
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