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Meaning of the Name Gall

The first name Gall is of Celtic, Gaelic origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

Celtic: Stranger
Gaelic: Stranger

Similar Names

Gaal | Gael | Gail | Gaile | Gal | Galal | Gale | Gali | Gallio | Gayle |

Related Names

Arthgallo  (Arthurian Legend)
High Honor
Arthgallo  (Irish)
Valour; High Honor
Derek  (English)
Gifted Ruler. People Ruler. Variant of the Old German Theodoricfamous Bearer: Derrick Was a Th Century Hangman at Tyhurn, Whose Name Became Synonymous With 'Gallows' and Now Refers to a Type of Crane.
Derrick  (English)
Gifted Ruler. People Ruler. Variant of the Old German Theodoric. Famous Bearer: Derrick Was a Th Century Hangman at Tyhurn, Whose Name Became Synonymous With Gallows and Now Refers to a Type of Crane
Derry  (English)
Diminutive of Derek: Gifted Ruler. People Ruler. Variant of the Old German Theodoric. Famous Bearer: Derrick Was a Th Century Hangman at Tyhurn, Whose Name Became Synonymous With Gallows and Now Refer
Dirk  (English)
Variant of Derek: Gifted Ruler. People Ruler. Variant of the Old German Theodoric. Famous Bearer: Derrick Was a Th Century Hangman at Tyhurn, Whose Name Became Synonymous With 'Gallows' and Now Refers
Dougal  (Irish)
From the Gaelic Dubhgall, Meaning Dark Stranger. Daugal Was the Nickname the Irish Gave to the Vikings
Dougall  (Scottish)
Variant of Dougal: Dark-skinned Stranger
Dubhgall  (Gaelic)
Dark Stranger
Dubhghall  (Scottish)
Dark-haired Stranger; a Compound Name Composed of the Gaelic Elements Dubh (Dark, Black) and Gall (Stranger). Anglicizaton: Dougal
Dugald  (Irish)
Variant of Dougal: from the Gaelic Dubhgall, Meaning Dark Stranger. Daugal Was the Nickname the Irish Gave to the Vikings
Dugall  (Scottish)
Variant of Dougal: Dark-skinned Stranger
Fingal  (Scottish)
Variant of Fingall: Fair-haired Stranger
Fingall  (Scottish)
Fair-haired Stranger
Fingall  (English)
Fair-haired Stranger; an Anglicized Form of Gaelic Fionnghall, a Compound Name Composed of the Gaelic Elements Fionn (White, Fair) and Gal (A Stranger). Variations: Fingal. (Fingl)
Galla  (French)
From Gaul
Gallagher  (Irish)
Surname
Gallagher  (Gaelic)
Eager Helper
Gallagher  (Celtic/Gaelic)
Eager Helper
Gallgaidheal  (Gaelic)
Of the Strange Gauls
Gallia  (Celtic/Gaelic)
Wherewithall, Gall
Gallia  (Hebrew)
God Shall Redeem
Gallia  (French)
From Gaul
Gallim  (Biblical)
Who Heap Up, Who Cover
Gallim  (Biblical)
Who Heap Up, Who Cover
Gallio  (Biblical)
Who Sucks, or Lives on Milk
Galloway  (Gaelic)
Of the Strange Gauls
Gallus  (Shakespearean)
'Antony and Cleopatra'. Friend to Caesar
Ingall  (German)
Angel
Ingalls  (German)
Angel
Koen  (German)
Brave and Gallant
MacDubhgall  (Scottish)
Son of Dougal
Spark  (English)
Gallant
Sparke  (English)
Gallant

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