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Baby names beginning with "G"

1494 names found for "G"   (page 10 of 30) 

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Gemmalyn  (Latin)
Gem; a Jewel
Gemmalynn  (Latin)
Gem; a Jewel
Gen  (Japanese)
Source, Spring
Genaya  (English)
Variant of Jenny. White Wave
Genderine  (Islamic)
Feminine Name for Gender. it Was Adopted from Turkey to England in the Late 1800's and Then Brought Over to the Americas by a Sailor Named Harry Alexander Truman the 15th
Gene  (English)
Abbreviation of Eugene, Meaning Well-born. Famous Bearers: American Actors Gene Kelly and Gene Hackman
Genera  (Latin)
Generic, the Same
Genero  (Latin)
General, Generic
Generosa  (Spanish)
Generous
Generosb  (Spanish)
Generous
Genesis  (Biblical)
Beginning
Genesis  (Biblical)
Beginning
Genessa  (Hebrew)
Origin; Birth. Genisis is the Name of the First Book in the Bible. 'Genisia' - the Virgin Mary of Turin - is a Protectress Invoked Against Drought in Catholic Tradition
Genet  (African)
Eden
Genet  (African)
Eden
Geneva  (French)
Juniper Berry
Geneve  (French)
Of the Race of Women
Genevie  (French)
Of the Race of Women
Genevieve  (French)
White Wave; Patron Saint of Paris, France, Saved Paris from Atila the Hun
Genevieve  (French)
Of the Race of Women. White Wave
Genevive  (French)
Humble (Genny, Gennie, Ginny, Ginnie, Jenny, Jennie, Jeni)
Genevra  (Italian)
Italian Form of Genevieve, Meaning White Wave, of the Race of Women, Fair and Yielding
Genevre  (French)
Juniper
Genica  (American)
Combination of Genevieve and Jessica
Genisa  (Hebrew)
Genisia, the Virgin Mary of Turin, is a Protectress Invoked Against Drought in Catholic Tradition
Genisia  (Hebrew)
Genisia, the Virgin Mary of Turin, is a Protectress Invoked Against Drought in Catholic Tradition
Genisis  (Hebrew)
Origin; Birth. Genisis is the Name of the First Book in the Bible. 'Genisia' - the Virgin Mary of Turin - is a Protectress Invoked Against Drought in Catholic Tradition
Genius  (Latin)
A Guardian Spirit
Genivee  (French)
Of the Race of Women
Genna  (Celtic/Gaelic)
From the Name Geneva
Gennesaret  (Biblical)
Garden of the Prince
Gennesaret  (Biblical)
Garden of the Prince
Genny  (English)
Variant of Jenny. White Wave
Genoveva  (German)
White Wave
Genowefa  (German)
White Wave
Genrazy  (Teutonic)
Warrior
Gent  (English)
Gentleman
Gentza  (Basque)
Peace
Genubath  (Biblical)
Theft, Robbery
GeNude  (Teutonic)
Strong With a Spear
Geoff  (English)
Diminutive of Jeffrey: Derived from One of Three Old German Names, Meaning: District, Traveler, or Peaceful Pledge
Geoffrey  (German)
Derived from One of Three Old German Names, Meaning District, Traveler, or Peaceful Pledge. Famous Bearer: Geoffrey Plantagenet Was Father to King Henry Ii; Geoffrey Cbaucer Wrote 'The Canterbury Tale
Geol  (English)
Born at Christmas
Geomar  (German)
Famous in Battle
Geona  (Hebrew)
Glorify
Geonna  (Italian)
Variant of Jane
Geordi  (Greek)
Hill Near Meadows
Geordie  (English)
A Name Commonly Used to Indicate a Native of Tyneside
Georg  (Greek)
Farmer
George  (Greek)
Farmer
1494 names found for "G"   (page 10 of 30) 

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