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GAABAmGreenlandic
Greenlandic variant form of Kaapa.
GAA-BINAGWIIYAASmChippewa, Ojibwe
Meaning, in various translations, "which the flesh peels off," "Sloughing Flesh", "Wrinkle Meat", or "Old Wrinkled Meat".
GAAGIImNavajo
Means "raven" in Navajo.
GAAKIfPopular Culture
Gaaki was a Toa of Water that became a member of Makuta Teridax's Toa Hagah team. She was mutated into a Rahaga, but later turned back into a Toa. (From the series BIONICLE by Greg Farshtey)
GAARAmPopular Culture
This name combines 我 (ga, wa, wa.ga-, waga-, ware) meaning "ego, I, oneself, our, selfish," 愛 (ai, ito.shii, o.shimu, kana.shii, mana, me.deru, a) meaning "affection, favourite, love" and 羅 (ra, usumono) meaning "gauze, Rome, thin silk."... [more]
GABAfSpanish
Diminutive of Gabriella.
GABBEmWest Frisian
Variant form of Gabe.
GABBERm & fHungarian
Rare diminutive of Gabi which is a diminutive of Gábor or Gabriella.
ĞABDULLAmTatar
Tatar form of Abdullah.
GÁBEmSami
Sami form of Kaapo.
GABEmWest Frisian
Frisian short form of names that contain the Gothic element giban (geban in Old High German), such as Gebamund and Gebavultus.
GABERmSlovene
Either a short form of Gabrijel or from the tree gaber ''hornbeam''.
GABEYmEnglish
Diminutive of Gabriel.
GABIm & fPortuguese, Portuguese (Brazilian)
Diminutive of Gabriel, except in Brazil where it is a diminutive of Gabriela.
GABIBmAvar, Dargin, Lezgin
Avar, Dargin, and Lezgin form of Habib.
GABIDULLAmBashkir
Bashkir form of Abdullah.
GABIEfFrench
Diminutive of Gabrielle.
GABIImGamilaraay, Indigenous Australian
A skin name given to male children of Gambuu and Maadhaa who marries Yibadhaa. Possible source of the surname Cubby.
GABINAfPashto
Means "honey" in Pashto.
GABIRELmBasque
Basque form of Gabriel.
GABLEmEnglish
Transferred use of the surname Gable.... [more]
GABOfEnglish
Middle name of Milla Jovovich's daughter.
GABOmSpanish
Diminutive of Gabriel.
GABRImSpanish
Diminutive of Gabriel.
GABRÍELmIcelandic
Icelandic form of Gabriel.
GABRÍELAfIcelandic
Icelandic variant of Gabriela.
GABRIELImGeorgian (Rare)
Older Georgian form of Gabriel. This name is quite rare in Georgia nowadays, as it had to make way for the more modern form Gabriel (which is much more common).
GABRIELISmDutch (Rare), Lithuanian (Rare)
From Latin Gabrielis, which is the genitive of the third declension of Gabriel, the biblical Latin (and also Greek) form of the Hebrew name Gavri'el.... [more]
GABRÍELLAfIcelandic
Icelandic variant of Gabriella.
GABRIËLLAfDutch
Dutch form of Gabriella.
GABRIELLOmItalian (Archaic)
Archaic Italian form of Gabriel.... [more]
GABRIELLYfPortuguese (Brazilian)
Variant of Gabrielle, reflecting the Brazilian Portuguese pronunciation of the French form of Gabriella.
GABRIELOmEsperanto
Esperanto form of Gabriel.
GABRYSIAfPolish
Polish diminutive of Gabriela.
GADmNavajo
Means "juniper tree" in Navajo.
GADDImBiblical
Gaddi, the son of Susi of the House of Manasseh, was a scout sent to Canaan prior to the crossing of the Jordan River according to Numbers 13:11.
GADDIELmBiblical
Gaddiel, the son of Sodi of the house of Zebulun, was a scout sent to Canaan prior to the crossing of the Jordan River according to Numbers 13:10.
GÁDDJÁfSami
Northern Sami variant of Kaija.
GADEAfBasque
Basque variant of Águeda that has been in use since the Middle Ages.
ĞÄDELmTatar
Tatar form of 'Adl.
GADImHebrew
Diminutive of Gad.
GADIANTONmMormon
The leader of a gang of robbers in the Book of Mormon.
GADIELmJewish
Hebrew for "God is my luck, my good fortune".
GADIIDmSomali (Rare)
Its an old Somali name.
GADZHImAvar, Lezgin
Derived from Arabic حَاجّ (ḥājj) meaning "pilgrim", referring to the Islamic hajj to Mecca.
GADZHIMURADmAvar, Dargin
Combination of Gadzhi and Murad.
GAEBORAmPopular Culture
Kaepora Gaebora is a character in 'The Legend of Zelda' series of video games.
GÆIRDIARFRmAncient Scandinavian
Old Norse combination of geirr 'spear' and djarfr 'bold, daring'.
GÆIRFRÍÐRfAncient Scandinavian
Combination of geirr 'spear' and fríðr 'beautiful', originally 'beloved'.
GÆIRImNorwegian
Old Norse short form of names containing the name element GEIR.
GÆIRLÆIFRmAncient Scandinavian
Old Norse combination of geirr 'spear' and leif 'inheritance, legacy'.
GÆIRLAUGfAncient Scandinavian
Ancient Scandinavian name with the combination of geirr "spear" and laug possibly meaning "betrothed woman".
GÆIRMÓÐRmAncient Scandinavian
Old Norse combination of geirr "spear" and móðr "mind"; "wrath"; "courage".
GÆIRMUNDRmAncient Scandinavian
Old Norse combination of geirr 'spear' and mund 'hand, protection'.
GÆIRNIÚTRmAncient Scandinavian
Old Norse combination of geirr 'spear' and njóta 'to use'.
GÆIRREÐRmNorse Mythology
Derived from geir ("spear") and friðr ("love, peace"). In the Grímnismál, Gæirreðr is raised by Odin while his brother Agnarr is raised by Frigg. Gæirreðr kills his brother to inherit his father's kingdom and tortures Odin, who is disguised as Grímnir... [more]
GÆIRUNNRfAncient Scandinavian
Ancient Scandinavian name with the combination of geirr "spear" and unnr "wave".
GÆIRVARRmAncient Scandinavian
Derived from geirr ("spear") and varr ("attentive, alert; shy; wise").
GÆIRVIÐRmAncient Scandinavian
Old Norse combination of geirr 'spear' and viðr 'forest, wood, tree'.
GÆIRVǪRfAncient Scandinavian
Combination of geirr ("spear") and vár ("spring, woman").
GÆITIRmAncient Scandinavian
From Old Norse geit meaning "goat".
GAELmSpanish (Modern), Breton
Original Breton and Spanish form of Gaël.
GAELAfBreton
Feminine form of Gael.
GAERmWelsh
Gaer is derived from the Welsh word 'caer' meaning 'castle, fortress.'
GÆSLINGmOld Danish, Old Swedish
Old Danish and Old Swedish form of GæslingR.
GÆSLINGRmAncient Scandinavian
Old Norse byname, from Old Norse gæslingr meaning 'gosling'. It originally started in the form GæslingR.
GAETANUCCIOmItalian (Rare)
Diminutive of Gaetano, as -uccio is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.
GAEULfKorean
Means "fall, autumn" in Korean.
GA-EUNfKorean
From Sino-Korean 佳 "good, auspicious; beautiful; delightful" and 恩 "kindness, mercy, charity".
GAGAmGeorgian
Georgian diminutive of Giorgi.
GAGACHfArmenian
Means "tulip" in Armenian.
GAGANf & mIndian (Sikh)
the sky
GAGANDEEPmIndian
Sikh/hindu name
GAGANDIPIKAfPopular Culture
Feminine form of Gagandeep. Means "light of the sky" or "light of the heavens". In the British mystery show Midsomer Murders there's a lady with Indian heritage called Gagan, her father explains that it is short for Gagandipika which means "light of the heavens".
GAGARAmRussian
Meaning "loon".
GAGARRmAncient Scandinavian
Old Norse byname, from Old Norse gagarr meaning "barker", "dog".
GAGIKmArmenian
Possibly derived from Armenian գագաթ (gagatʿ) meaning "summit, peak, top (of a mountain)" or from the Assyrian word gag combined with the Armenian suffix -ik both of uncertain meaning... [more]
GAHAMmBiblical
Perhaps means "flame" in Hebrew, from a non-Biblical root meaning "to burn, flame". In the Bible, Gaham was the second son of Nahor by his concubine Reumah (Gen. 22:24).
GAHANmEnglish (Rare)
From the surname Gahan, which is derived from both the surname McGahan, an anglicization of Mac Eacháin meaning "son of Eachán", and Ó Gaoithin meaning "descendant of Gaothín".... [more]
GA-HEEfKorean
Variant transcription of Ga-hui.
GAHERISmArthurian Romance, Welsh Mythology
This is the name of a character in Arthurian tales, a brother of Gawain (as well as Gareth, Mordred and Agravain), and the son of King Lot and either Belisent or Morgause. 'The earliest form of his name is so similar to the earliest form of Gareth (Gahariet) that the two brothers may have originally been the same character.' First mentioned by the 12th-century French poet Chrétien de Troyes, although scholars have suggested a derivation from the Welsh name Gweir, which belongs to a number of warriors in Welsh legends and can mean "hay", "collar", "circle", "loop" or "bend".
GÁHTEfSami
Sami form of Kati.
GA-HUIfKorean
From Sino-Korean 佳姬 "beautiful".
GAImCatalan
Catalan form of Gaius.
GAImHebrew
Variant transcription of Guy.
GAÏAfFrench
French form of Gaia.
GAIANOSmLate Roman (Hellenized), Late Greek
This name can be the hellenized form of Gaianus as well as an extended form of Gaios.
GAIANUSmLate Roman
Extended form of Gaius. This was the name of a martyr in early Christianity.
GAIBRIALmIrish
Irish form of Gabriel.
GAIDAfLatvian
Latvian feminine name derived from the word gaidīt meaning "to wait for", thus "waited for".
GAIDARmAvar, Dagestani
Avar form of Haidar.
GAIDEBERTmAncient Germanic
Derived from Langobardic gaida "sharp point (of a spear)" combined with Old High German beraht "bright."
GAIDEMARmAncient Germanic
Derived from Langobardic gaida "sharp point (of a spear)" combined with Old High German mâri "famous."
GAIDERICmAncient Germanic
Derived from Langobardic gaida "sharp point (of a spear)" combined with rîcja "powerful, strong, mighty." The second element is also closely related to Celtic rîg or rix and Gothic reiks, which all mean "king, ruler."
GAIDOALDmAncient Germanic (Lombardic)
Derived from Langobardic gaida "sharp point (of a spear)" combined with Gothic valdan "to reign."
GAIDOLFmAncient Germanic
Variant spelling of Gaidulf.
GAIDUKmRussian
Means "grove" in Russian.
GAIDULFmAncient Germanic
Derived from Langobardic gaida "sharp point (of a spear)" combined with Gothic vulfs "wolf."
GAIETÀmCatalan
Catalan form of Caietanus (see Gaetano).
GÁIJUmSami
Sami form of Kai.
GAILAfMedieval Basque
Medieval Basque feminine form of Gailo. It was recorded from the 11th century onwards.
GAILARDmEnglish (British)
From a French surname, which was derived from the French word gaillard, meaning "strong, sprightly". Also see Gaylord.
GAILEfEnglish
Variant of Gail.
GAILIGEDASmLithuanian
The first element of this name is derived from old Lithuanian gailas, which usually means "strong, potent" but has also been found to mean "sharp, jagged" as well as "angry, fierce, violent" and "miserable, sorrowful, remorseful"... [more]
GAILIMANTASmLithuanian
The first element of this name is derived from old Lithuanian gailas, which usually means "strong, potent" but has also been found to mean "sharp, jagged" as well as "angry, fierce, violent" and "miserable, sorrowful, remorseful"... [more]
GAILIMINASmLithuanian
The first element of this name is derived from old Lithuanian gailas, which usually means "strong, potent" but has also been found to mean "sharp, jagged" as well as "angry, fierce, violent" and "miserable, sorrowful, remorseful"... [more]
GA-INfKorean
From Sino-Korean 佳 "good, auspicious; beautiful; delightful" and 人 "man; people; mankind".
GAINESmEnglish (American, Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Gaines.
GAIOmItalian
Italian form of Gaius.
GAIOZImGeorgian (Rare)
Georgian form of Gaios. This is an older form; the modern form is Gaioz.
GAIRETmAmerican (Rare)
Allegedly a respelling of Garret.
GAIRRYmEnglish (Rare)
Probably a very rare variant of Gary.
GAISALDmAncient Germanic
Derived from Latin gaesus "spear" (which in turn was a loanword from Gallo-Celtic gaiso "spear") and Gothic valdan "to reign."
GAISERICmAncient Germanic
Means "powerful spear", derived from Latin gaesus "spear" (which in turn was a loanword from Gallo-Celtic gaiso "spear") and rîcja "powerful, strong, mighty." The second element is also closely related to Celtic rîg or rix and Gothic reiks, which all mean "king, ruler."
GAISOLFmAncient Germanic
Variant spelling of Gaisulf.
GAISULFmAncient Germanic
Derived from Latin gaesus "spear" (which in turn was a loanword from Gallo-Celtic gaiso "spear") and Gothic vulfs "wolf."
GAITmDutch (Rare)
Short form of names beginning with Ger- like Gerald.
GAITEfDutch (Modern, Rare)
Short form of name beginning with Ger- like Gertrude.... [more]
GAITOmJapanese
From Japanese 凱 (gai) meaning "triumph, victory" combined with 斗 (to), which refers to a Chinese constellation. Other kanji combinations are possible.... [more]
GÁIVVAŠmSami
Sami name of unknown origin and meaning.
GAJmCroatian
Croatian form of Gaius.
GAJEm?
The name of a millitary person, Gaje Gahe
GAJOmCroatian
Croatian form of Gaius.
GAJULAf & mIndian
Meaning "bangles."
GAJUSmLithuanian
Lithuanian form of Gaius.
GAJUSZmPolish
Polish form of Gaius.
ĠAKBUmMaltese
Maltese form of Jacob and James.
GAKKURIfJapanese
heart break
ĠAKMUmMaltese
Maltese form of James.
GÁKTUmSami
Sami name of unknown origin and meaning.
GAKUmJapanese
From Japanese 岳 (gaku, ga) meaning "point, peak, mountain", 学 (gaku, ga) meaning "study, learning, science", 賀 (ga) meaning "congratulations, joy", 楽 (ga, gaku) meaning "music, comfort, ease", 鶴 (gaku) meaning "crane, stork", 學 (gaku, ga) meaning "learning, knowledge, school" or 樂 (ga) meaning "music, comfort" combined with 春 (ku) meaning "spring", 久 (ku) meaning "long time", 句 (ku) meaning "phrase, clause, sentence, passage, paragraph, counter for haiku" or 治 (ku) meaning "reign, be at peace, calm down, subdue, quell, govt, cure, heal, rule, conserve"... [more]
GAKUTOmJapanese
From Japanese 学 (gaku) meaning "study, learning, science", 岳 (gaku) meaning "point, peak, mountain" or 楽 (gaku) meaning "music, comfort, ease" combined with 乙 (to) meaning "the latter, duplicate, strange, witty", 登 (to) meaning "ascend, climb up", 人 (to) meaning "person", 斗 (to), which refers to a Chinese constellation or 渡 (to) meaning "transit, ford, ferry, cross, import, deliver, diameter, migrate"... [more]
GAKUYAmJapanese
From Japanese 岳 (gaku) meaning "mountain peak" combined with 哉 (ya), an exclamation or 也 (ya) meaning "also". Other kanji combinations are possible. ... [more]
GALfPortuguese
Cognate diminutive of Maria da Graça.
GALAfCroatian
Derived from the world gala, an old Croatian adjective meaning "black, brown".
GALAfCatalan
Variant of Galla.
GALACIAfVarious (?)
Perhaps a variant of Galatia or Gelasia.
GALACTIONmLate Greek (Latinized)
Latinized form of Galaktion. This name was borne by a saint from the 3rd century AD, who was also known as Galation.
GALACTORIUSmLate Greek (Latinized)
Probably ultimately derived from Greek γάλακτος (galaktos) meaning "milk". This name was borne by Galactorius of Lescar, a French saint from the 6th century AD.
GALACTUSmPopular Culture
Galactus is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. Galactus was created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby and first appeared in the comic book Fantastic Four #48, published in March 1966.
GALADHRIELfLiterature
Means "tree-garland" from Sindarin galadh "tree" and riel "crowned maiden." Within Tolkien's writings, this is essentially a variant of GALADRIEL, due to those outside of Lórien sometimes mistaking the Sindarin galad "light, radiance" for galadh "tree."
GALAFmJudeo-Spanish, Judeo-Arabic
Judeo-Spanish form of Arabic Halif.
GALAFRIDmAncient Germanic
Derived from the Germanic element gal, which comes from galan "to sing." The second element is derived from Old High German fridu "peace."
GALAKmPopular Culture
A Starwars character who was a high imperial and was command of a big ship (Doomgiver). Once the empire spreaded he controlled a big army.
GALAKTIONmLate Greek, Georgian, Russian
Derived from Greek γάλακτος (galaktos) meaning "milk" combined with the Greek diminutive suffix -ιων (-ion). In ancient Greek times, γαλάκτιον (galaktion) was the name of a type of bread that was made with milk... [more]
GALAMANmAncient Germanic
Derived from the Germanic element gal, which comes from galan "to sing." The second element is derived from man "man."
GALAMARmAncient Germanic
Derived from the Germanic element gal, which comes from galan "to sing." The second element is derived from Old High German mâri "famous."
GALARRmAncient Scandinavian, Norse Mythology
Means "screamer" in Old Norse. In Norse mythology this is the name of both a giant and a dwarf. The dwarf and his brother, Fjalarr, murdered Kvasir and brewed the mead of the skalds from his blood... [more]
GALASSOmMedieval Italian
Variant form of Galeazzo. Known Italian bearers of this name include the military leader Galasso da Montefeltro (died in 1300), the painter Galasso Galassi (c. 1420-1473) and the architect Galasso Alghisi (1523-1573).
GALATEAfGreek Mythology (Latinized)
From the Greek Γαλατεια (Galateia), possibly meaning either "goddess of calm seas", from γαλήνη (galene) "calm, gentle (sea)", or "milk-white", from γάλα (gala) "milk"... [more]
GALATÉEfFrench
French form of Galatea.
GALAXYfEnglish (American)
From the English word galaxy, "a collection of star systems". From Old French galaxie, from Latin galaxias, from Ancient Greek γαλαξίας (galaxías, “Milky Way”), from γάλα (gála, “milk”).
GALBATORIXmLiterature
Galbatorix is the primary antagonist of Christopher Paolini's Inheritance Trilogy. He is an immensely powerful Dragon Rider and the king of a large portion of Alagaësia.
GALDURmIcelandic (Modern, Rare)
From Old Norse galdr meaning "magic chant", "magic".
GALEmWest Frisian (Rare)
This name is the Frisian form of the Germanic given name Gaito, which was ultimately derived from Proto-Germanic *gails meaning "cheerful, jovial". But in addition to that, it is also often a short form of Germanic given names that contain (or are related to) the aforementioned element of *gails, such as Geilhard.... [more]
GALEAZZOmMedieval Italian, Italian (Rare)
Italian form of Galahad via its variant form Galeas. Also compare the somewhat similar-looking name Galeotto.... [more]
GALEHAUTmArthurian Romance
Meaning unknown. However, like many given names from Arthurian legend, this name is probably of Celtic origin (either Breton or Welsh, to be precise). It was subsequently gallicized and due to this, it is sometimes thought to be connected to Middle French hault (which is haut in modern French) meaning "high, elevated".... [more]
GALENAfEnglish, Russian, Bulgarian
Generally considered a variant of Galina and a Latinized form of Galene, Galena is also a mineral, one of the most important ores of lead, first mentioned by Pliny the Elder.... [more]
GALENOmSpanish, Italian
Spanish and Italian form of Galen.
GALEOTTOmMedieval Italian
Italian form of Galehaut, as it appeared in the fifth canto of Dante Alighieri's Inferno (written between 1308 and 1320) and Giovanni Boccaccio's The Decameron (written between 1348 and 1353)... [more]
GAL-ERDAmCaucasian Mythology
Meaning unknown. Gal-Erda was the Vainakh god of cattle.
GALGALUfAfrican
born in the evening in Boran
GALGAN-NGAfChukchi
Means "duck" in Chukchi.
ĞÄLImBashkir
Bashkir form of Ali (1).
ĞALImKazakh
Kazakh form of Ali.
GALIfPopular Culture
Gali was the Toa of Water on the island of Mata Nui. Later, after exposure to Energized Protodermis, she was transformed into the Toa Nuva of Water. ( From the series BIONICLE by Greg Farshtey . )
GALIfHebrew
Modern Hebrew name meaning "my wave" - see Gal
ĞÄLIÄfTatar
Variant of Äliä.
GALIANmMedieval German
Recorded in German-speaking Switzerland in the 1400s.
GALIBmMedieval Arabic (Moorish)
Means "winner, victor" in Arabic.
GALICIUSmMedieval (Latinized)
Meaning "of Galicia."
GALIELmSpanish (Caribbean, ?)
The name (Galiel) comes from the name (Gamaliel) wich is Jewish
GALIENAfMedieval German, Medieval English
Of uncertain origin and meaning. One theory, however, tries to connect this name to Latin Gallus, Galla "inhabitant of Gallia".
GALIHm & fSundanese, Indonesian
Means "heart" or "core" in Sundanese.
GALILEEfAmerican
From the region in Palestine with the same name.
GALILEOmMedieval Italian
Derived from the medieval Latin word Galilaeus, by way of Greek Galilaios, meaning "Galilean; from Galilee." Galilee is from the Hebrew root galal "roll", perhaps referring to the waves on the sea.... [more]
ĞÄLIMmBashkir
Bashkir form of Alim.
GALIMfTatar
Tatar form of Alim.
ĞÄLIMYÄNmBashkir
Possibly the Bashkir form of Alimjan.
GALINIfGreek
Modern Greek form of Galene
GALITHfJewish
Variant of Galit.
GALKAmRussian
Means "jackdaw" in Russian.
GÁLLAGASmSami
Sami form of Kaleva.
GALLERIAfLiterature
Used by American author Deborah Gregory for a character in her 'Cheetah Girls' series of books, first released in 1999. It was possibly inspired by the English vocabulary word (which refers to "a central court through several storeys of a shopping centre or department store onto which shops or departments open at each level").
GALLIAfItalian (Rare)
Feminine form of Gallo.
GALLIANAfItalian
Feminine form of Gallianus, a Late Roman elaboration of Gallus.
GALLIPOLIf & mEnglish (Australian)
Named for the Gallipoli Peninsula in Turkey, whose name comes from the Greek meaning "beautiful city". The site of the infamous Gallipoli Campaign during World War I.
GALLOWAYmEnglish
Transferred use of the surname Galloway.
GALLYmEnglish
Diminutive of GALVIN.
GALLYONf & mDutch (Rare)
This given name is predominantly feminine in the Netherlands. It is not a typical Dutch first name and therefore its meaning is uncertain; it may possibly have been derived from the British surname Gallyon, which is Norman-French in origin (and is found in the spelling Gallion in modern France).... [more]
GALORm & fHebrew (Modern, Rare)
Combination of the name Gal (1) means "wave" and the name Or means "light".
GALSWINTHAfAncient Germanic, History
Derived from the Germanic element gal, which comes from galan "to sing." The second element is derived from Gothic svinths (swind in Old High German) "strength." Galswintha was a daughter of Athanagild, a 6th-century king of Visigothic Hispania.
GALUSHAmRussian
Means "dumpling" in Russian.
GALUSHKAmRussian
Diminutive of Galusha.
GALVATRONmPopular Culture
Galvatron is a name adopted by several fictional characters in the Transformers franchise.
GALYAfHebrew
Variant of Galia.
GAMALBARNmMedieval Scandinavian, Medieval English
Hypothetical Anglo-Scandinavian name meaning "young Gamall", from a combination of the Old Norse name Gamall and barn "child, young man". (Gamall was originally a byname taken from the Old Norse adjective gamall "old", which gives *Gamalbarn the seemingly self-contradictory meaning "old child".)... [more]
GAMALÍELmIcelandic
Icelandic form of Gamaliel.
GAMALIËLmDutch
Dutch form of Gamaliel.
GAMALKARLmMedieval Scandinavian, Medieval English
Hypothetical Anglo-Scandinavian name meaning "old Karl", from Old Norse gamall "old" combined with Karl.
GAMALLmAncient Scandinavian
Old Norse byname and name meaning "old."
GAMBITmPopular Culture
Gambit is the 'mutant' name of the comic book character Remy LeBeau, a member of Marvel's X-Men and King of the Thieve's Guild. He is frequently called both Remy and Gambit, with Gambit being more commonly used by those who don't know him as well, and by teammates while on a mission... [more]
GAMBUUmGamilaraay, Indigenous Australian
A skin name given to male children of Gabii and Yibadhaa who marries Maadhaa.
GAMILAHfAfrican
Gamilah is the name of one of the daughters of Activist Malcolm X and Betty Shabazz.
GAMITZAfMedieval Basque
Medieval Basque name of uncertain origin and meaning. It was first recorded in 1018.
GAMLINGmLiterature
In J. R. R. Tolkien's legendarium, Gamling is a Man of Rohan. He appears in The Two Towers, the second volume of The Lord of the Rings.
GAMORAfPopular Culture
Gamora is a fictional character that appeared in comic books by Marvel and in the 2014 movie "Guardians of the Galaxy".
GAMUCHIRAIfShona
Means "Accept or receive". #This name is a call to accept or receive and is usually used of a child born out of wedlock"
GAMULmBiblical
Gamul, meaning "rewarded" or "recompense," was head of the twentieth of twenty-four priestly divisions instituted by King David. (I Chr. 24:17)
GAMZAT-BEKmAvar
Combination of Khamzat and the Turkish military title beg meaning "chieftain, master". A beater is Gamzat-Bek (1789-1834), an Imam of Dagestan / Caucasian Imamate and of Avar ancestry.
ĠANmMaltese
Maltese form of Giovanni.
GANAfJewish
Gana is a Hebrew name meaning "garden".
GANAELmBelgian
Belgian variant of Ganaël.... [more]
GANBOLDmMongolian
Means "steel" in Mongolian.
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