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.
Gabija Gabija is a Lithuanian feminine given name.
Genovaitė Genovaitė (short form Genutė or Genė) is a Lithuanian given name that may refer to:
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.
Gema GEMA is a Lithuanian name. Furthermore, it occurs as a Spanish variant of the name Gemma.
Genoveita Genoveita is a Lithuanian female given name, derived from Genoveva. The male form is Genoveitas.
Giedrė Giedrė is a Lithuanian female name (derived from giedra, meaning "cheerful"). The male form is Giedrius.
Gražbylė A Lithuanian female given name is derived from the gražus Gražbylė (meaning beautiful). The male form is Gražbylius.
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