GetuliusmLate Roman Variant spelling of Gaetulius, a name that has two possible etymological origins. One is that it means "inhabitant of Gaeta", which is an Italian city that ultimately derives its name from Greek kaiétas meaning "cave"... [more]
GhafranmLebanese Ghafran is an attributive name of prophet Muhammad. Its means absolution or salvation.
GhafurmArabic, Tajik Derived from the Arabic adjective غفور (ghafur) meaning "forgiving", which is ultimately derived from the Arabic verb غفر (gafara) meaning "to forgive, to excuse, to pardon". Also compare Ghafir, which is closely related.... [more]
GhaibullahmArabic, Afghani Derived from the Arabic noun غيب (ghaib) meaning "absence, the unseen, that what is hidden or concealed" combined with the Arabic noun الله (Allah) meaning "God" (see Allah).
GhmertimGeorgian Mythology Derived from Georgian ღმერთი (ghmert'i), from Old Georgian ღმერთი (ɣmerti), and ultimately from Proto-Kartvelian *ɣamort- meaning "God". Ghmerti is the supreme god in Georgian mythology and head of all the other deities... [more]
GhvtisavarmGeorgian (Rare) Basically means "I am God's man" in Georgian (literally: "I am of God"), derived from the archaic Georgian adjective ღვთის (ghvtis) meaning "of God, godly" (see Ghvtiso) combined with Georgian ვარ (var) meaning "I am".
GhvtisomGeorgian (Rare) Derived from the archaic Georgian adjective ღვთის (ghvtis) meaning "of God, godly". Also compare modern Georgian ღვთაება (ghvtaeba) meaning "god, deity" and ღვთიური (ghvtiuri) meaning "godly, divine".... [more]
GianbattistamItalian Combination of Gianni and Battista, given in honour of Saint John the Baptist. Although it was the most common compound name in the Tratte of office holders in the Florentine Republic from 1282-1532, it's now not as common as Giambattista.
GiannakismGreek Modern Greek diminutive of Giannis, as it contains the modern Greek diminutive suffix -άκης (-akis). This name is typically only used informally, meaning: it does not appear on birth certificates.
GiavaninafItalian (Anglicized, Rare, Archaic, ?) This name appears on a handful of women of Italian descent in the USA of the late 1800s. However, there is no trace of it in Italy itself. This strongly points to a typo, a mishearing or a mistake by the census takers of the time.