PRONOUNCED: GRE-gawr (German) [key]
Meaning & History
German, Scottish, Slovak and Slovene form of GREGORY
. A famous bearer was Gregor Mendel (1822-1884), a Czech monk and scientist who did experiments in genetics.
DIMINUTIVE: Greig (Scottish) OTHER LANGUAGES: Grigor, Krikor (Armenian), Grigor (Bulgarian), Grgur, Grga (Croatian), Řehoř (Czech), Gregers (Danish), Gregory, Greg, Gregg (English), Reijo, Reko (Finnish), Grégoire (French), Grigol (Georgian), 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), Gregorio, Goyo (Spanish), Greger (Swedish), Hryhoriy (Ukrainian), Grigor (Welsh)
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