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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.
GaudenzTom 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.
GebhardGebhard (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".
GeraldGerald is an English and German language masculine given name. The name also exists in French with the accent Gérald.
GerhardtGerhardt is a masculine name of Germanic origin. It can refer to the following:
GernotGernot is a German masculine given name, derived from Old High German "ger" (spear) and "khnoton" (to brandish). It is rare, but still in use in German speaking countries today.
GiesbertGisbert 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.
GinoGino 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".
GisbertGisbert 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.
GorchGorch is a masculine given name, and the low German form of George.
GoswinGoswin is a masculine given name. From old high German Jai = friend. means: "Goth friend" or "Friend of God".
GotthilfTCH is a masculine given name. It occurs as a family name in the German-speaking world.
GottliebGottlieb (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'.
GundoSB 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.
GuntherGunther (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.
GustafGustaf 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.
GermarGermar is a German-language masculine given name and surename:
GüntherThe given name Günther, Gunther, Günter or Gunter may refer to:
GianGian is a masculine Italian given name, form of Gianni. Notable people with the name include:
GilbertGilbert 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-].
GottfriedGottfried 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").
GottlobThank goodness is a German male given name and family name.
GuidoGuido is a given name Latinised from the Old High German name Wido. The given name Guy is the Norman-French version of this name.
GötzGötz or Goetz (German pronunciation: [ɡœts]) is a German name, in origin a hypocorism of Gottfried. It remains in use as a short form of Gottfried, but it has also become a surname.
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.
Note: With an international list of names it can occur that some first names are identical to label names. Hereby we point out that all used marks are property of their respective owners.