GREG
GENDER: Masculine
USAGE: English
PRONOUNCED: GREG   [key]
Meaning & History
Short form of GREGORY
Related Names
VARIANT: Gregg
OTHER LANGUAGES: Grigor, Krikor (Armenian), Grigor (Bulgarian), Grgur, Grga (Croatian), Řehoř (Czech), Gregers (Danish), Reijo, Reko (Finnish), Grégoire (French), Grigol (Georgian), Gregor (German), Gregorios (Greek), Gergely, Gergő (Hungarian), Gréagóir (Irish), Gregorio (Italian), Gregorios, Gregorius (Late Greek), Grigorijs (Latvian), Grigor, Gligor (Macedonian), Gregers (Norwegian), Grzegorz (Polish), Grigore (Romanian), Grigori, Grigoriy, Grigory, Grisha (Russian), Gregor, Griogair, Greig (Scottish), Gregor (Slovak), Grega, Gregor (Slovene), Gregorio, Goyo (Spanish), Greger (Swedish), Hryhoriy (Ukrainian), Grigor (Welsh)
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