Submitted Names Starting with G

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Galafrid m Ancient Germanic
Derived from the Germanic element gal, which comes from galan "to sing." The second element is derived from Old High German fridu "peace."
Galaletsang f Tswana
Means "glorify" in Setswana.
Galaman m Ancient Germanic
Derived from the Germanic element gal, which comes from galan "to sing." The second element is derived from man "man."
Galamar m Ancient Germanic
Derived from the Germanic element gal, which comes from galan "to sing." The second element is derived from Old High German mâri "famous."
Galamb f Hungarian
Means "dove" in Hungarian.
Galán m Spanish (Rare)
Masculine form of Gala 2.
Galarr m Ancient 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]
Galasso m Medieval 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... [more]
Galatea f Greek Mythology (Latinized), Italian
Directly taken from Greek Γαλάτεια meaning "she who is milk-white". It is also often interpreted as meaning "calm goddess" from Greek galene meaning "calm" and theia meaning "goddess"... [more]
Galatée f French
French form of Galatea.
Galateia f Ancient Greek, Portuguese (Rare)
Directly taken from Greek Γαλάτεια meaning "she who is milk-white". It is also often interpreted as meaning "calm goddess" from Greek galene meaning "calm" and theia meaning "goddess"... [more]
Galattorio m Italian
Italian form of Galactorius.
Galaxie f & m English
Variant of Galaxy.
Galaxy f English (American, Rare)
From the English word galaxy, "a collection of star systems", ultimately from from Ancient Greek γαλαξίας (galaxías, "Milky Way"), from γάλα (gála, "milk").
Galayax m Somali
Means "lighthouse" in Somali.
Galbatorix m Literature
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.
Galbeyte m Somali
Means "in the west" in Somali.
Galdim m Albanian
Means "joy, delight" in Albanian.
Galdime f Albanian
From the Albanian galdim meaning "joy, delight".
Galdur m Icelandic (Modern, Rare)
From Old Norse galdr meaning "magic chant", "magic".
Gale m West 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]
Gale m & f English (Rare), Popular Culture
From the strong wind. This is the name of a brawler in the game 'Brawl Stars'. He has wind and snow powers, hence the name.
Gal Eezh f Mythology
Mongolian form of Od Ana.
Galehaut m Arthurian 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]
Galena f English, Bulgarian
Bulgarian variant of Galina and Latinized form of Galene.
Galeno m Spanish, Italian
Spanish and Italian form of Galen.
Galénosz m Hungarian
Hungarian form of Galen.
Galeotto m Medieval 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-erda m Caucasian Mythology
Meaning unknown. Gal-Erda was the Vainakh god of cattle.
Galfrid m Anglo-Norman, Manx (Archaic)
Anglo-Norman variant of Geoffrey which was also used on the Isle of Man.
Galfryd m Polish (Rare)
Polish form of Galfrid.
Galgalu f African
born in the evening in Boran
Galgan-nga f Chukchi
Means "duck" in Chukchi.
Galhard m Ancient Germanic, Occitan
Derived from the Germanic elements gal, which comes from galan "to sing" and hard "strong".
Galharda f Occitan
Feminine form of Galhard.
Ğäli m Bashkir
Bashkir form of Ali 1.
Gali f Popular 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 . )
Gali m Kazakh
Kazakh form of Ali.
Ğäliä f Tatar
Variant of Äliä.
Galia f Hebrew
Variant of Gali.
Galia f Bulgarian
Variant transcription of Галя (see Galya).
Galian m Medieval German, Medieval English
Medieval German and English form of Galianus / Galienus. As a German name, it was recorded in German-speaking Switzerland in the 1400s.
Galib m Medieval Arabic (Moorish)
Means "winner, victor" in Arabic.
Galicius m Medieval (Latinized)
Meaning "of Galicia."
Galiel m Spanish (Caribbean, ?)
The name (Galiel) comes from the name (Gamaliel) wich is Jewish
Galiena f Medieval German, Medieval English
Of uncertain origin and meaning. One theory, however, tries to connect this name to Latin Gallus, Galla "inhabitant of Gallia".
Galih m & f Sundanese, Javanese
Means "heart, essence, core" in Sundanese and Javanese.
Galijotas m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Goliath.
G'alil m Uzbek
Uzbek form of Jalil.
Galilaia f Ancient Greek
Feminine form of Galilaios.
Galilee f American
From the region in Palestine with the same name.
Galileo m Medieval 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]
Galileu m Portuguese (Rare)
Portuguese form of Galileo.
Galilhai f Miwok, Paiute, Omaha-Ponca, Algonquian, Navajo, Meskwaki, Sioux, Shonshone, Lakota
Meaning "Gentle", "Attractive".
Ğälim m Bashkir
Bashkir form of Alim.
Galim m Bashkir, Tatar, Kazakh
Bashkir, Tatar, and Kazakh form of Alim.
Ğälimyän m Bashkir
Possibly the Bashkir form of Alimjan.
Galin m Bulgarian
Bulgarian form of Galen.
Gaļina f Latvian
Latvian borrowing of Galina.
Galiot f English
Word name meaning "small ship," from French galiote, from Italian galea.
Gális f Slovak
Possibly from Gal 2 or Gala 1.
Galith f Jewish
Variant of Galit.
Galiya f Kazakh, Tatar
Alternate transcription of Aliya 1.
Galja f Bulgarian
Variant transcription of Галя (see Galya).
Galka m Russian
Means "jackdaw" in Russian.
Gállá m Sami
Sami form of Kalle.
Gállagas m Sami
Sami form of Kaleva.
Gallatin m English (American, Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Gallatin.
Galleria f Literature
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").
Gallia f Italian (Rare)
Feminine form of Gallo.
Galliana f Italian
Feminine form of Gallianus, a Late Roman elaboration of Gallus.
Gallicus m Ancient Roman
Borne by the 1st-century Roman senator Gaius Rutilius Gallicus.
Gallipoli f & m English (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.
Galloway m English
Transferred use of the surname Galloway.
Gallusz m Hungarian
Hungarian form of Gallus.
Gallven m English
Variant of Galvin.
Gallvin m English
Variant of Galvin.
Gally m English
Diminutive of Galvin.
Gallyon f & m Dutch (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]
Galnai f Buryat
From the Buryat гал (gal) meaning "fire".
Galor m & f Hebrew (Modern, Rare)
Combination of the name Gal 1 means "wave" and the name Or means "light".
Gal-Sal m Sumerian
Possibly one of the earliest names recorded. It occurs on a tablet dated ca 3200-3100 BC. Gal-Sal was a slave owner.
Galsan m & f Buryat
Means "happiness" in Buryat.
Gälsär f Bashkir
Means "crystal" in Bashkir.
Galswintha f Ancient 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.
Galtmaa f Mongolian
Means "fire mother" in Mongolian.
Galuh f & m Javanese, Sundanese
Means "gem, diamond" or "daughter, unmarried princess" in Javanese and Sundanese, of Sanskrit origin.
Galusha m Russian
Means "dumpling" in Russian.
Galushka m Russian
Diminutive of Galusha.
Galuška f Czech
Diminutive of Galina.
Galust m Armenian
Shortening of the Armenian word Հոգեգալուստ (Hogegalust) meaning "Pentecost".
Galván m Galician (Rare)
Galician form of Gwalchmei via the Gallicized form Gauvain.
Galvatron m Popular Culture
Galvatron is a name adopted by several fictional characters in the Transformers franchise.
Galven m English
Variant of Galvin.
Galvon m English
Variant of Galvin.
Galvyn m English
Variant of Galvin.
Galya f Hebrew
Variant of Galia.
Galym m Kazakh
Kazakh form of Alim.
Galymzhan m Kazakh
From Kazakh ғалым (ghalym) meaning "scholar, expert" (of Arabic origin) and жан (zhan) meaning "soul".
Galyn m & f English (Modern)
Variant of Galen.
Gam f Thai, Lao
Meaning "Well", "Brilliant".
Gamalbarn m Medieval 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]
Gamal El-Din m Arabic (Egyptian)
Alternate transcription of Jamal ad-Din chiefly used in Egypt.
Gamalíel m Icelandic
Icelandic form of Gamaliel.
Gamaliël m Dutch
Dutch form of Gamaliel.
Gamaliele m Italian
Italian form of Gamaliel.
Gamaliil m Greek
Greek form of Gamaliel.
Gamalkarl m Medieval Scandinavian, Medieval English
Hypothetical Anglo-Scandinavian name meaning "old Karl", from Old Norse gamall "old" combined with Karl.
Gamall m Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse byname and name meaning "old."
Gamba m Manipuri
Means "victory" in Meitei.
Gambit m Popular 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]
Gambuu m Gamilaraay
A skin name given to male children of Gabii and Yibadhaa who marries Maadhaa.
Gamhanan m Cebuano
Means "powerful" in Cebuano.
Gamilah f African
Gamilah is the name of one of the daughters of Activist Malcolm X and Betty Shabazz.
Gamill m Alsatian (Archaic)
Vernacular form of Camillus (compare French Camille).
Gamitza f Medieval Basque
Medieval Basque name of uncertain origin and meaning. It was first recorded in 1018.
Gamliel m Yiddish
Variant of Gamaliel.
Gamliel m Russian
Russian form of Gamaliel.
Gamling m Literature
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.
Gamora f Popular Culture
Gamora is a fictional character that appeared in comic books by Marvel and in the 2014 movie "Guardians of the Galaxy".
Gamuchirai f Shona
Means "accept or receive" in Shona. It is typically given to a child born out of wedlock.
Gamul m Biblical
Gamul, meaning "rewarded" or "recompense," was head of the twentieth of twenty-four priestly divisions instituted by King David. (I Chr. 24:17)
Gamzat-bek m Avar
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.
Ġan m Maltese
Maltese form of Giovanni.
Gan m Mongolian
Means "steel" or "drought, lack of rain" in Mongolian.
Gana f Jewish
Means "garden" in Hebrew.
Ganael m Belgian
Belgian variant of Ganaël.... [more]
Ganapatihridaya f Mythology
A Buddhist epithet of Vinayaki meaning "heart of Ganesha".
Ganation m Romani (Archaic)
Possibly derived from the English word generation "age group".
Gandalfr m Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from gandr ("magic, charm, magic wand") and alfr ("elf"). This is the original form of Gandalf.
Gandalv m Norwegian
Norwegian form of Gandalfr.
Gandaza f Russian
Means "var of Kandaza" in Russian.
Gandhar m Indian
Transferred use of the surname Gandhar.
Gandolfo m Italian
Italian form of Gandulf.
Gandulf m Ancient Germanic
From the elements gand "magic, charm, magic wand" and wulf "wolf". Used by a thirteenth century saint.
Gandung m Indonesian
Boy, javanese name
Ganelon m Literature
Ganelon was the name of the French knight who betrayed Roland and King Charlemagne in "La Chanson de Roland." Because of his treachery Roland, the hero of the famous poem, was killed, along with the rear guard of Charlemagne... [more]
Ganesa m Hinduism (Rare)
Variant transcription of Ganesha.
Ganesan m Indian, Tamil
Tamil form of Ganesha.
Gangalando m Medieval Italian
Italian form of a Germanic given name that consisted of the Germanic elements gang meaning "path" (see Wolfgang) and land meaning "land."... [more]
Gangama f Indian
Means "the goddess of the Ganges" (referring to the Ganges River which runs through India).
Gangan m Chinese (Modern, Rare)
Combination of Gang and An 1.
Gangbert m Ancient Germanic
Derived from the Germanic element gang "path" combined with Old High German beraht "bright."
Gangeya m Sanskrit
It is a male given name which means "The son of the Ganga". The Ganga is another name for the Ganges river that runs through India. In Hinduism the Ganges is believed to be a holy, sacred river, the embodiment of the goddess Ganga... [more]
Gangleri m Ancient Scandinavian, Norse Mythology
Means "the one tired from walking". In Norse mythology this is a by-name for Odin and an alias of the Swedish king Gylfi.
Gangozar m Balochi
Derived from gamguzar meaning "comforter".
Gangráðr m Ancient Scandinavian, Norse Mythology
Means "he who knows the way" or might be derived from gangr ("walking, motion, path") and ráð ("advice, counsel"). Odin uses this as an alias during his battle of wits with Vafþrúðnir.
Gangulf m Ancient Germanic
Derived from the Germanic element gang "path" combined with Gothic vulfs "wolf."
Gangulfr m Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from the Germanic name elements gangr "walking, motion, path" and ulfr "wolf".
Gangulphus m Ancient Germanic (Frankish, Latinized)
Latinized form of Gangulf. This was the name of an 8th-century Frankish saint.
G'ani m Uzbek
Means "wealthy, rich" in Uzbek.
Ganifat f Dagestani
Dagestani form of Hanifa.
Ganímedes m Portuguese
Portuguese form of Ganymede.
G‘anisher m Uzbek
Derived from the Uzbek g'ani meaning "rich, wealthy" and sher meaning "lion".
Ganithage m & f Sinhalese
Means "mathematical" in Sinhala.
G'anitoy m Uzbek
Derived from the Uzbek g'ani meaning "rich, wealthy" and toy meaning "colt".
Ganji f Uzbek
Derived from the Uzbek ganj meaning "wealth".
Ganjul f Balochi
Derived from ganˇj meaning "treasure".
Ganka f Bulgarian
Originally a diminutive of Gergana (via Gerganka), used as a given name in its own right.
Ganko f Japanese
From Japanese 願 (gan) meaning "wish" combined with 子 (ko) meaning "child". Other kanji combinations are also possible.
Ġanni m Maltese
Variant of Ġwanni.
Ġannina f Maltese
Feminine form of Ġanni.
Gannon m American
Transferred use of the surname Gannon.
Gannota f Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Derived from Old English ganot "gannet".
Ganon m Popular Culture
Ganon is a fictional character and a commonly reoccurring antagonist of Nintendo's The Legend of Zelda series.
Ganondorf m English (Australian), Japanese
A name from the Legend of Zelda Series, Mainly the last boss of the game.
Ganora f Arthurian Romance
Latinate form of Gaynor used by Reginald Heber for the character of Queen Guinevere in his unfinished and posthumous 'Morte d'Arthur' (first published in 1830).
Gansükh m Mongolian
Means "steel ax" in Mongolian.
Ganya m Russian
Russian diminutive of Gavriil.
Ganya f Mordvin
Mordvin form of Agafya.
Ganyu f Chinese
From Chinese 甘 (gān) meaning "sweet" and 雨 () meaning "rain". Other character combinations can form this name as well.... [more]
Ganza m Rwandan
Meaning "reign" in Kinyarwanda.
Ganzaya f & m Mongolian
Means "steel fate" in Mongolian.
Gaodithong f Tswana
Means "He (God) is not shy" in Setswana.
Gaofenngwe m Tswana
Means "He (God) cannot be defeated" in Setswana.
Gaoh m Zhuang
Means "tall" in Zhuang.
Gao-jer f Hmong
Gao-Jer meaning "The last daughter". Some Hmong family thought they'd name their last daughter that so they won't have anymore daughter.
Gaolatlhe m & f Tswana
Means "He (God) does not dessert" in Setswana.
Gaolebale m Tswana
Means "He (God) does not forget" in Setswana.
Gaolefufa f Tswana
Means "He (God) is not jealous" in Setswana.
Gaon f & m Korean (Modern)
Shortened from 가온대/가온데/가온듸 (gaondae/gaonde/gaondui), archaic variants of the word 가운데 (gaunde) meaning "centre, middle." It can also be written into hanja, combining a ga hanja, e.g. 歌 meaning "song," with an on hanja, e.g. 穩 meaning "comfortable; calm, quiet."
Gaon-bit m Korean (Modern, Rare)
Combination of Gaon and Bit (compare Bit-gaon).
Gaone m & f Tswana
Means "of His (God)" in Setswana.
Gaongalelwe f Tswana
Means "you cannot be angry with Him (God)" in Setswana.
Gaon-nuri f & m Korean (Modern, Rare)
Combination of Gaon and Nuri.
Gaoter m Breton (Archaic)
Breton form of Walter.
Gapbar m Turkmen
Turkmen form of Ghafir.
Gar m English
Short for Garfield as well as other names with the element of "gar", also can mean "spear" from Old English gar.
Gara f Japanese
From Japanese 雅 (ga) meaning "elegance" combined with 羅 (ra) meaning "lightweight fabric". Other kanji combinations are also possible.... [more]
Gara m Hungarian
Hungarian form of Kara 2.
Gara f Spanish (Canarian)
Derived from Guanche *gar "height", and taken from place name Garajonay. According to an unattested local legend, Gara and Jonay were a pair of young Guanche lovers who died together in a joint suicide at Garajonay peak.
Garab m Bhutanese
Meaning unknown.
Garabed m Armenian
Variant of Karapet.
Garabet m Armenian
Variant of Karapet.
Garai f Basque (Rare)
Basque name meaning "height", "tall" and also "zenith; time; moment; occasion" (from Basque garai).... [more]
Garaidh m Scottish Gaelic, Irish
Of uncertain origin and meaning. It is commonly Anglicized as Gary and Garry.
Garam f & m Korean (Modern)
From native Korean 가람 (garam) meaning "river."
Garamantis f Greek Mythology
Is a nymph in Greek mythology. She was abducted by Zeus, raped and imprisoned. She bore the later king and rival of Aeneas, Jarbas.
Garamgai m Mongolian
Means "prominent, eminent, distinguished" in Mongolian.
Garance f French
Derived from French garance "madder; rose madder" (a plant that produces a reddish purple dye). This is taken from the French Republican Calendar, also known as the Revolutionary Calendar. It was the name of the central character in the French film Les Enfants du Paradis (1945).
Garang m Dinka, African Mythology
According to the Dinka myths Garang is the First Man, created by Nhialic.
Garanwyn m Welsh
Derived from garan meaning "heron" and gwynn meaning "white".
Gararic m Ancient Germanic
The first element of this name is derived from Gothic gairu (gêr in Old High German) "spear", or from garva (garo in Old High German, and gearu in Anglo-Saxon) "ready, prepared." The second element is derived from rîcja "powerful, strong, mighty." The second element is also closely related to Celtic rîg or rix and Gothic reiks, which all mean "king, ruler."
Garasim m Russian
Variant of Gerasim.
Garazi f Basque
Basque equivalent of Spanish Gracia and Engracia and French Grâce and Engrâce.
Garbikunde f Basque
Basque name meaning “purification”, similar to Spanish name Purification.
Garbis m Armenian
Diminutive of Karapet.
Garcelle f French Creole (Rare), English (American, Rare)
Probably a combination of any given name that starts with a G- with Marcelle. Alternatively, it could be a metathesis of some sort of Gracielle, which is the French equivalent of Graciela and Graziella.... [more]
García m Spanish
Spanish form of Garsea.
Garcia m Portuguese
Portuguese form of Garsea.
Garcilaso m Spanish
The name of a famous Spanish poet and soldier from the 16th century.
Gärd f Swedish
Variant of Gerd 2.
Gardaline f Albanian
Means "goldfinch" in Albanian.
Garden m Basque
Means "transparent; clear" in Basque.
Gardener m English
Transferred use of the surname Gardener.
Gardénia f Hungarian
Hungarian spelling of Gardenia, meaning "gardenia flower".
Gardigul f Uzbek
Possibly from gard meaning "dust" and gul meaning "flower, rose".
Gardiner m & f English (Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Gardiner.
Gardner m English
Transferred use of the surname Gardner.
Gardomir m Polish
Old Polish male name. The first element of this name is derived from Proto-Slavic gъrdъ or gord meaning "proud" (see also Gordan, which is etymologically related)... [more]
Gardulf m Ancient Germanic
The first element of this name is derived from gardan "to hedge in, to enclose, to fence in" or from Gothic gards "house, garden, (court)yard." The second element is derived from Gothic vulfs "wolf."
Gardy f German
Short form of Edelgard and other names ending in -gard.... [more]
Gáre f Sami
Sami form of Kari.
Gared m English
Variant of Gerard.
Gáren f Sami
Sami form of Karen.
Garen f Sami
Sámi form of Karen.
Garet m English
Variant of Garrett.
Garetha f American (Rare)
Feminine form of Gareth.
Garett m English
Variant of Garrett.
Gargabay m Karakalpak
Means "crow" in Karakalpak.
Gari m Basque (Rare)
Means "wheat" in Basque.
Gari f English (Rare)
Feminine variant of Gary.
Gariba m Dagbani
"Corrupted name of Abukari" "name used by the 20th King of Dagbon and the 40th King"
Garibald m Ancient Germanic
The first element of this name is derived from Gothic gairu (gêr in Old High German) "spear", or from garva (garo in Old High German, and gearu in Anglo-Saxon) "ready, prepared." The second element is derived from Old High German bald "bold, brave."
Garibern m Ancient Germanic
The first element of this name is derived from Gothic gairu (gêr in Old High German) "spear", or from garva (garo in Old High German, and gearu in Anglo-Saxon) "ready, prepared." The second element is derived from Proto-Germanic beran or bernu "bear" (bero and bern in Old High German).
Garibert m Ancient Germanic
The first element of this name is derived from Gothic gairu (gêr in Old High German) "spear", or from garva (garo in Old High German, and gearu in Anglo-Saxon) "ready, prepared." The second element is derived from Old High German beraht "bright."
Garibrand m Ancient Germanic
The first element of this name is derived from Gothic gairu (gêr in Old High German) "spear", or from garva (garo in Old High German, and gearu in Anglo-Saxon) "ready, prepared." The second element is derived from Old Norse brand "sword."
Gariburg f Ancient Germanic
The first element of this name is derived from Gothic gairu (gêr in Old High German) "spear", or from garva (garo in Old High German, and gearu in Anglo-Saxon) "ready, prepared." The second element is derived from Gothic bairgan (bergan in Old High German) "to keep, to save, to preserve", or from Old High German burg "fortress."
Garie f & m English (Rare)
Variant of Gary.
Garifallia f Greek
Alternate transcription of Greek Γαρυφαλλιά (see Garyfallia).
Garifrid m Ancient Germanic
The first element of this name is derived from Gothic gairu (gêr in Old High German) "spear", or from garva (garo in Old High German, and gearu in Anglo-Saxon) "ready, prepared." The second element is derived from Old High German fridu "peace."
Garihelm m Ancient Germanic
The first element of this name is derived from Gothic gairu (gêr in Old High German) "spear", or from garva (garo in Old High German, and gearu in Anglo-Saxon) "ready, prepared." The second element is derived from Old High German helm "helmet, protection."
Garik m Armenian
Diminutive of Garegin.