GodotmTheatre Probably derived from the French surname Godeau. This was the name of the main protagonist in the play 'Waiting for Godot' by Samuel Beckett, a man who, as the title suggests, two men are waiting for, but never arrives.
GodwinsonmAfrican (Rare) Means "son of Godwin". Is an English surname, born by Harold Godwinson, heir to the throne of England. He was defeated and his throne taken by the Duke of Normandy in 1066, William, also known as William the Conqueror.
Go-eunfKorean From Sino-Korean 高恩 (go-eun) meaning "great favour, deep kindness," also written with other hanja, such as 㚖 (go) meaning "gloss, lustre," 告 (go) meaning "informing," 考 (go) meaning "thought," 銀 (eun) meaning "silver" or 誾 (eun) meaning "mild, temperate; amicable."... [more]
GoiswinthafAncient Germanic, History Derived from Gothic gavi "region, district" or Gothic gauja "inhabitant" combined with Gothic svinths (swind in Old High German) "strength." Goiswintha was the wife of Athanagild, a 6th-century king of the Visigoths.
Goldenm & fEnglish (Rare) Either from the English word golden (from Old English gyldan "made of gold") or the surname Golden, originally given as a nickname to someone with blond hair. According to Dunkling & Gosling (1986): "A use of the word as feminine first name... [more]
GoldilocksfFolklore, Literature From a nickname for a young girl with blond hair that originated from the English words gold and locks. This is best known as the name of the main character in the fairy tale 'Goldilocks and the Three Bears.' The name was also used by J. R. R. Tolkien in 'The Lord of the Rings,' where it belongs to one of Samwise Gamgee's daughters.
GolfofGreek Greek name which is said to mean "talisman", possibly related to the Middle Greek word ἐγκόλπιον (enkolpion) referring to a medallion bearing an icon that is worn by bishops of the Eastern Orthodox Church, and meaning literally "on the bosom" from ἐν (en) "in, on" and κόλπος (kolpos) "bosom".
GonmPopular Culture Hunter x Hunter. Also known for being an adorable lil baby munchkin . Gon is also known as “Hisoka’s play thing”, Or “Killua’s boyfriend”. The 2nd one is more preferred since the 1st is the more commonly used smh.
GonggongmChinese Mythology, Far Eastern Mythology From a combination of the characters 共 (gòng, meaning “together”) and 工 (gōng, meaning “work”). Gonggong is a water god in Chinese mythology whose violent, subversive nature caused great disasters and floods... [more]
Gonim & fHebrew Possibly taken from the word gavan (גוון) which means "tone" or "shade (of a color)" in Hebrew.
Good-giftmEnglish (Puritan, Rare) Referring to James 1:17, "Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, and cometh down from the Father of lights, with whom is no variableness, neither shadow of turning."
GoodluckmAfrican A famous bearer is the Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan.
GoodmanmEnglish (Rare, Archaic) From Middle English gode "good" and man "man", in part from use as a term for the master of a household. In Scotland the term denoted a landowner who held his land not directly from the crown but from a feudal vassal of the king... [more]
GoodwillmZulu, South African, Literature Derives from the Medieval English gode meaning "good", plus will, "wish or desire", and was originally given as a complimentary nickname to an amiable person, favourably disposed towards others... [more]
GorgiasmAncient Greek Gorgias (c. 485 – c. 380 BC) was a Greek sophist, philosopher and rhetorician.
GorgidasmAncient Greek Means "son of Gorgias/Gorgos" in Greek, derived from the name Gorgias or Gorgos combined with ίδας (idas), which is the Aeolic and Doric Greek form of the patronymic suffix ἴδης (ides).... [more]
GorgipposmAncient Greek The first element of this name is derived from either the Greek adjective γοργός (gorgos) meaning "grim, fierce, terrible" or the Greek verb γοργεύω (gorgeuo) meaning "to move rapidly, to hasten"... [more]
GorgofAncient Greek, History Most likely derived from Greek γοργός (gorgos) meaning "grim, fierce, terrible". However, it's also possible that the name is derived from the Greek verb γοργεύω (gorgeuō) meaning "to move rapidly, to hasten", which itself is related to the Greek noun γοργία (gorgia) meaning "agility, nimbleness, mobility"... [more]
GorgophonefGreek Mythology Means "grim murder", derived from Greek γοργός (gorgos) "grim, fierce, terrible" (also compare Gorgo) combined with Greek φονη (phone) "murder, slaughter, carnage"... [more]
GorgosmAncient Greek, Greek Mythology Derived from either the Greek adjective γοργός (gorgos) meaning "grim, fierce, terrible" or the Greek verb γοργεύω (gorgeuo) meaning "to move rapidly, to hasten". Also compare the Greek verb γοργόομαι (gorgoomai) meaning "to be spirited".
GorgythionmGreek Mythology The meaning of this name is surrounded by uncertainty. The one thing that can be stated for certain about this name, is that it contains the Greek diminutive suffix -ιων (-ion). For the rest of the name, there are several possibilities available... [more]