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Meaning of the Name Glad

The first name Glad is of English, Welsh origin. It is often a girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

English: Happy
Welsh: Diminutive of Gladys: Derived from the Old Welsh Name Gwladys, a Variant of Claudia, Meaning Lame. Also Derived from the Welsh 'Gwledig', Meaning Territorial Ruler

Similar Names

Gilad | Gilead | Gold | Gilat | Gladi | Gleda |

Related Names

Alair  (French)
Cheerful, Glad. Variant of Hilary
Allaire  (French)
Cheerful; Glad. Variant of Hilary
Bashaar  (Muslim)
Variant of Bashar: Bringer of Glad Tidings
Bashar  (Muslim)
Bringer of Glad Tidings
Basharat  (Islamic)
Good News, Glad Tidings
Basheera  (Muslim)
Variant of Bashira: Glad Tiding. Happy News
Bashira  (Muslim)
Glad Tiding. Happy News
Bashirah  (Muslim)
Variant of Bashira: Glad Tiding. Happy News
Besor  (Biblical)
Glad News, Incarnation
Besor  (Biblical)
Glad News, Incarnation
Bushra  (Muslim)
Happy News. Glad Tiding. Good Omen
Calypso  (Greek)
An Orchid, One Who is Full of Gladness and Gaiety
Claudia  (Latin)
Dazzling (Claudine, Gladys)
En-haddah  (Biblical)
Quick Sight, Well of Gladness
En-haddah  (Biblical)
Quick Sight, Well of Gladness
Faareh  (Muslim)
Variant of Fareh: Glad. Happy
Fareh  (Muslim)
Glad. Happy
Farhaana  (Muslim)
Variant of Farhana: Happy. Joyful. Cheerful. Glad
Farhan  (Islamic)
Glad, Happy, Joyful
Farhana  (Muslim)
Happy. Joyful. Cheerful. Glad
Farihah  (Muslim)
Happy. Joyful. Cheerful. Glad
Gamada  (African)
Glad, Pleased
Gamada  (African)
Glad, Pleased
Gladi  (Hawaiian)
Variation of Flower
Gladis  (Welsh)
Variant of Claudia: Lame
Gladstone  (English)
Surname Derived from a Name of a Place Composed of the Old English Elements Glaed (Kite) and Stan (Rock, Stone). (Glad-stone)
Gladwin  (English)
Happy Friend
Gladwyn  (English)
Happy Friend
Gladys  (Welsh)
Form of Claudia, in Anglo-saxor: a Sword
Gladys  (Welsh)
Lame
Gladys  (French)
Variant of Claudia: a Feminine Form of Claud, a Variant of the Latin Claudium Meaning Lame. Claudia Was Mentioned in the Book of Timothy in the New Testament, and Has Been Common in the English-speaki
Gladys  (Welsh)
Derived from the Old Welsh Name Gwladys, a Variant of Claudia, Meaning Lame. Also Derived from the Welsh 'Gwledig', Meaning Territorial Ruler. Famous Bearer: British Actress Dame Gladys Cooper
Gladys  (Latin)
Sword
Hilaire  (French)
French Form of Hilary: Joyful; Glad
Hilario  (Greek)
Joyful; Glad
Hilary  (English)
Joyful, Glad. Cheerful. Derived from the Latin Name Hilarius
Hillary  (Latin)
'Happy; Joyful; Glad
Hillary  (English)
Variant of Hilary: Joyful, Glad. Cheerful. Derived from the Latin Name Hilarius
Leta  (Danish)
Gladness
Leticia  (Spanish)
Joy, Gladness
Letitia  (Latin)
Gladness, Irresponsible, Straightforward, Lively
Letitia  (Latin)
Joy, Gladness
Letizia  (Italian)
Glad
Menglad  (Norse)
Won by Svipdag
Naweed  (Muslim)
Variant of Nawid: Good News. Glad Tiding
Nawid  (Muslim)
Good News. Glad Tiding
Ronen  (Hebrew)
To Be Glad / to Sing

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