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Meaning of the Name Garet

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The first name Garet is of English, Norse origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

English: Brave With a Spear
Norse: Defender

Similar Names

Gard | Gardi | Gared | Gareth | Garett | Garred | Garret | Garreth | Garrett | Garth |

Related Names

Ashley  (English)
Lives in the Ash Tree Grove. Derived from a Surname and Place Name Based on the Old English Word for Ash Wood. Famous Bearer: Ashley, the Male Character in Margaret Mitchell's Popular 'Gone With the W
Ashley  (English)
Lives in the Ash Tree Grove. Derived from a Surname and Place Name Based on the Old English Word for Ash Wood. Famous Bearer: Ashley, the Male Character in Margaret Mitchell's Popular 'Gone With the W
Daisy  (English)
Day's Eye, from the Old English. Also a Flower Name. Also a Translation of the French Marguerite, and Used As a Pet Form of Margaret. The Use of Daisy in the Chorus of the Song a Bicycle Built for Two
Gareth  (Welsh)
Gentle. Modest and Brave Sir Gareth Was a Legendary Knight of King Arthur's Round Table
Gareth  (Welsh)
Gentle
Gareth  (Arthurian Legend)
Gentle. Gareth Was a Knight of the Round Table Portrayed in Both Sir Thomas Malory's and Tennyson's Versions of the Arthurian Legend. Also a Son of Lot
Gareth  (Anglo Saxon)
Strong Spear
Garett  (English)
Variant of Gerald 'Rules by the Spear.'
Garreth  (Arthurian Legend)
Gentle. Modest and Brave Sir Gareth Was a Legendary Knight of King Arthur's Round Table
Garreth  (Welsh)
Gentle. Modest and Brave Sir Gareth Was a Legendary Knight of King Arthur's Round Table
Garry  (Welsh)
Diminutive of Gareth: Gentle. Modest and Brave Sir Gareth Was a Legendary Knight of King Arthur's Round Table
Garth  (English)
Derived from the Surname and Place Name Garth, Meaning Garden. Also a Variant of Gareth
Garth  (English)
Herds Man (Gareth)
Gary  (Welsh)
Diminutive of Gareth: Gentle. Modest and Brave Sir Gareth Was a Legendary Knight of King Arthur's Round Table
Gary  (English)
Hard or Bold Spear. A Diminutive of Garret, Which is an English Variant of the German Gerard. Also a Diminutive of Gareth and Garrick Famous Bearer: American Actor Gary Cooper
Greta  (Greek)
Variant of Margaret: Pearl
Greta  (Persian)
Variant of Margaret: Child of Light. Famous Bearer: Margaret Thatcher, Former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Greta  (German)
Pearl. Abbreviation of Margaret. A Diminutive of Margaret, Meaning Pearl
Greta  (Scandinavian)
Pearl. Abbreviation of Margaret
Greta  (German)
Pearl, Precious One (Gretta, Gretchen, Margareta)
Greta  (Greek)
From the Name Margaret
Greta  (Swedish)
A Diminutive of Margaret, Meaning Pearl. Famous Bearer: Swedish Actress Greta Garbo
Gretchen  (German)
Diminutive of Margaret, Meaning Pearl
Gretchen  (Greek)
From the Name Margaret
Gretchen  (Persian)
Variant of Margaret: Child of Light. Famous Bearer: Margaret Thatcher, Former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Gretchen  (Greek)
Variant of Margaret: Pearl
Gretel  (Greek)
Variant of Margaret: Pearl
Gretel  (Persian)
Variant of Margaret: Child of Light. Famous Bearer: Margaret Thatcher, Former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Gretel  (German)
Pearl. Abbreviation of Margaret
Gretel  (German)
Diminutive of Margaret, Meaning Pearl. Famous Bearer: Heroine of the German Folk Tale 'Hansel and Gretel'
Jarell  (Native American)
Combination of Jar and Garety (Jarreth, Jerth)
Jareth  (English)
Bled of Jar or Jer and Gareth
Jarreth  (English)
Bled of Jar or Jer and Gareth
Jereth  (English)
Bled of Jar or Jer and Gareth
Lyn  (French)
Variant of Lynette: Variant of Eluned: Idol. This Form Emerged in Tennyson's Story of Sir Gareth and Lynette, in One of His 'Idylls of the King'
Lynelle  (Arthurian Legend)
Variant of Lynette, Who Accompanied Sir Gareth on a Knightly Quest
Lynessa  (Arthurian Legend)
Variant of Ancient Welsh Given Name. in Arthurian Legend Lynette Accompanied Sir Gareth on a Knightly Quest
Lynessa  (English)
Variant of Ancient Welsh Given Name. in Arthurian Legend Lynette Accompanied Sir Gareth on a Knightly Quest
Lynessa  (English)
Variant of Ancient Welsh Given Name. in Arthurian Legend Lynette Accompanied Sir Gareth on a Knightly Quest
Lynette  (Arthurian Legend)
Sister of Lyonors. Variant of Ancient Welsh Given Name. in Arthurian Legend Lynette Accompanied Sir Gareth on a Knightly Quest
Lynette  (French)
Variant of Eluned: Idol. This Form Emerged in Tennyson's Story of Sir Gareth and Lynette, in One of His 'Idylls of the King'
Lynley  (Arthurian Legend)
Abbreviation of Lynnette Who Accompanied Sir Gareth on a Knightly Quest in Arthurian Legend; Variant of the Irish Gaelic Word 'Lann' Meaning House; Church
Lynley  (English)
Abbreviation of Lynnette Who Accompanied Sir Gareth on a Knightly Quest in Arthurian Legend; Variant of the Irish Gaelic Word 'Lann' Meaning 'House; Church. '
Lynn  (French)
Variant of Lynette: Variant of Eluned: Idol. This Form Emerged in Tennyson's Story of Sir Gareth and Lynette, in One of His 'Idylls of the King'
Lynna  (English)
Abbreviation of Lynnette Who Accompanied Sir Gareth on a Knightly Quest in Arthurian Legend; Variant of the Irish Gaelic Word 'Lann' Meaning 'House; Church. '
Lynna  (Arthurian Legend)
Abbreviation of Lynnette Who Accompanied Sir Gareth on a Knightly Quest in Arthurian Legend; Variant of the Irish Gaelic Word 'Lann' Meaning House; Church
Lynne  (English)
Abbreviation of Lynnette Who Accompanied Sir Gareth on a Knightly Quest in Arthurian Legend; Variant of the Irish Gaelic Word 'Lann' Meaning 'House; Church.'
Lynne  (Arthurian Legend)
Abbreviation of Lynnette Who Accompanied Sir Gareth on a Knightly Quest in Arthurian Legend; Variant of the Irish Gaelic Word 'Lann' Meaning House; Church
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