Gender Masculine & Feminine
Usage English, Dutch
Pronounced Pron. JEHR-ee(English)
KHEH-ree(Dutch)
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VariantsJere, Jeri, Jerri, Jerrie, Jerry(English)
Feminine FormsGeraldine(English) Gerarda(Dutch)
Masculine FormsGerald, Jerald, Jerold, Jerrold(English) Gerard, Gerhard, Gerrit(Dutch)
Other Languages & CulturesGerhard, Gerold(Ancient Germanic) Gerard(Catalan) Gerhard, Gert, Kai, Kaj(Danish) Kai(Finnish) Gérald, Géraldine, Gérard, Géraud(French) Gerrit, Jorrit, Jurryt, Jurre, Kai, Kay(Frisian) Gerald, Gerhard, Gerold, Gerd, Gerda, Gerhardt, Gerhold, Gert, Kai(German) Gellért(Hungarian) Gearalt, Gearóid(Irish) Gerarda, Gerardo, Gherardo, Giraldo(Italian) Ģirts(Latvian) Sjra(Limburgish) Gerhard, Kai(Norwegian) Gerard(Polish) Geraldo(Portuguese) Geraldo, Gerardo(Spanish) Gerhard, Gert, Kai(Swedish) Gerallt(Welsh)

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Entry updated February 28, 2019