GruochfMedieval Scottish, History Meaning unknown. This was the name of the wife of King Macbeth of Scotland. She was immortalized as Lady Macbeth in the Shakespeare play Macbeth, though the facts about her are few.
GruschefTheatre One of the main female characters in Bertolt Brecht's play Der kaukasische Kreidekreis.
GryfinafMedieval Polish Medieval Polish variant of Agrypina. Gryfina (c. 1248 – between 1305 and 1309) was a Princess of Kraków by her marriage to Leszek II the Black; she later became a nun and abbess.
GuabancexfNew World Mythology Possibly means "rider of the hurricane" in Taíno. This was the name of a Taíno wind and water goddess who personified the hurricane. She was the strongest deity in the Taíno pantheon and the only female zemí.
GuacanagarimTaíno Name of the king, cacique of Marian a kingdom on the island of Hispaniola. Marian was captured by the Spanish and Guacanagari fled.
Guanghuim & fChinese From Chinese 光 (guāng) meaning "light, brilliant, shine" combined with 徽 (huī) meaning "emblem, badge, crest", 惠 (huì) meaning "favour, benefit" or 輝 (huī) meaning "brightness"... [more]
Guanglium & fChinese From the Chinese character 光 (guāng) meaning "light, brilliant, shine" or 广 (guǎng) meaning "broad, wide, vast" combined with 瑠 (liú) meaning "lapis lazuli", 榴 (liú) meaning "pomegranate", 流 (liú) meaning "flow, stream, current", 柳 (liǔ) meaning "willow", 刘 (liú) meaning "kill, destroy" or 六 (liù) meaning "six"... [more]
Guangmeif & mChinese From Chinese 光 (guāng) meaning "light, brilliant, shine" or 广 (guǎng) meaning "broad, wide, vast" combined with 美 (měi) meaning "beautiful" or 梅 (méi) meaning "plum, apricot"... [more]
Guangmingm & fChinese From Chinese 广 (guǎng) meaning "broad, wide, vast" or 光 (guāng) meaning "light, brilliant, shine" combined with 明 (míng) meaning "bright, light, clear" or 铭 (míng) meaning "inscribe, engrave"... [more]
GuanyinfChinese Mythology Means "one who observes sounds" from Chinese 观 (guān) meaning "to observe, to view" and 音 (yīn) meaning "sound, tone", referring to the prayers and cries of those who need help... [more]
GuayotamGuanche Mythology Guayota or Guaiota was the name given by the Guanches, ancient aborigines of the island of Tenerife (Canary Islands, Spain) to the main evil entity of their mythology according to the first historians of the Canary Islands.... [more]
GubazmGeorgian Georgian form of Gubazes. A known bearer of this name is Georgian politician Gubaz Sanikidze (b. 1967).
GubazesmAncient Persian (Latinized), History Latinized form of Greek Γουβάζης (Goubázēs) or Γωβάζης (Gōbázēs), which itself is the hellenized form of an ancient Persian compound name. The original Persian form of the name is unclear, as is its meaning... [more]
GuénolémBreton (Gallicized), Breton Legend Gallicized form of Gwenole, itself derived from Old Breton uuin meaning "white", and by extension "fair; blessed", and uual "brave". This was the name of a legendary Breton saint who was inspired to found an abbey by a dream he had of Saint Patrick.
GuidrymFrench (Cajun), Louisiana Creole Transferred use of the surname Guidry. From a personal name based on the Germanic root waido ‘hunt’. The name is particularly associated with Cajuns in Louisiana, USA, who seem all to be descended from Claude Guédry dit Grivois, who arrived in Acadia before 1671.... [more]
GuilfordmEnglish From a surname which indicated a person from Guildford in Surrey, England, probably meaning "golden ford" from Old English gylde "golden" (in this case perhaps denoting a sandy hill) and ford... [more]