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Meaning of the Name Gail

The first name Gail is of English, Hebrew, Irish origin. It is often a boy or girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

English: Lively
English: Happy (Gael, Gale, Gayle, Gaelle)
English: Independent Name Derived from a Diminutive of the Hebrew Abigail, Meaning 'Gives Joy' or 'My Father Rejoices. '
Hebrew: Short for Abigail
Hebrew: Fountain of Joy
Hebrew: Diminutive of Abigail: Father Rejoiced, or Father's Joy. Gives Joy. The Intelligent, Beautiful Abigail Was Old Testament King David's Third Wife, Described As 'Good in Discretion and Beautiful in Form
Irish: Rooster

Similar Names

Gaal | Gael | Gaile | Gal | Galal | Gale | Gali | Gall | Gayle | Geol |

Related Names

Abbey  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Abigail: Father Rejoiced, or Father's Joy. Gives Joy. The Intelligent, Beautiful Abigail Was Old Testament King David's Third Wife, Described As 'Good in Discretion and Beautiful in Form
Abbie  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Abigail: Father Rejoiced, or Father's Joy. Gives Joy. The Intelligent, Beautiful Abigail Was Old Testament King David's Third Wife, Described As 'Good in Discretion and Beautiful in Form
Abby  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Abigail: Father Rejoiced, or Father's Joy. Gives Joy. The Intelligent, Beautiful Abigail Was Old Testament King David's Third Wife, Described As 'Good in Discretion and Beautiful in Form
Abiageal  (Irish)
Irish Form of Abigail. Brings Joy
Abigail  (Irish)
Father Rejoiced. Origin: Hebrew
Abigail  (Hebrew)
Father Rejoiced, or Father's Joy. Gives Joy. The Intelligent, Beautiful Abigail Was Old Testament King David's Third Wife, Described As 'Good in Discretion and Beautiful in Form.' in the Play the Scor
Abigail  (Biblical)
The Father's Joy
Abigail  (Hebrew)
A Father's Joy, Affectionate, Sincere, Sympathetic
Abigail  (Hebrew)
God is Joy
Avagail  (Hebrew)
My Father Rejoices. Biblical; the Name of King David's Third Wife Described As 'Good in Discretion and Beautiful in Form
Avigail  (Hebrew)
Gives Joy
Gael  (English)
Joyful. Abbreviation of Abigail. Gael is a Term for Descendants of the Ancient Celts in Scotland; Ireland and the Isle of Man
Gaila  (English)
Joyful. Abbreviation of Abigail. Gael is a Term for Descendants of the Ancient Celts in Scotland; Ireland and the Isle of Man
Gaile  (Irish)
Stranger
Gaille  (Hebrew)
Merry
Gala  (English)
Festive Party. Joyful. Abbreviation of Abigail. Gael is a Term for Descendants of the Ancient Celts in Scotland; Ireland and the Isle of Man
Gale  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Abigail: Father Rejoiced, or Father's Joy. Gives Joy. The Intelligent, Beautiful Abigail Was Old Testament King David's Third Wife, Described As 'Good in Discretion and Beautiful in Form
Gale  (English)
Independent Name Derived from a Diminutive of the Hebrew Abigail, Meaning 'Gives Joy' or 'My Father Rejoices. '
Gay  (English)
Variant of Gail: Joyful. Lively. Also a Modern Term Denoting Homosexuality
Gayle  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Abigail: Father Rejoiced, or Father's Joy. Gives Joy. The Intelligent, Beautiful Abigail Was Old Testament King David's Third Wife, Described As 'Good in Discretion and Beautiful in Form
Gayle  (Hebrew)
From the Name Gail
Gayle  (English)
Independent Name Derived from a Diminutive of the Hebrew Abigail, Meaning 'Gives Joy' or 'My Father Rejoices. '
Gaylene  (English)
Joyful. Abbreviation of Abigail. Gael is a Term for Descendants of the Ancient Celts in Scotland; Ireland and the Isle of Man
Gobinet  (Irish)
Irish Form of Abigail: Brings Joy
Gobnait  (Irish)
Irish Form of Abigail: Brings Joy
Gobnat  (Irish)
Irish Form of Abigail: Brings Joy
Gubnat  (Irish)
Irish Form of Abigail: Brings Joy
Mac Asgaill  (Gaelic)
Son of Asgaill

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