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Meaning of the Name Gray

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

English: Gray-haired

Similar Names

Gar | Gara | Garai | Garey | Garry | Gary | Gear | Geary | Gera | Gerry |

Related Names

Annie  (English)
Diminutive of Ann Frequently Used As an Independent Name. Famous Bearers: Markswoman Annie Oakley, Famous in the Musical 'Annie Get Your Gun'; Cartoonist Harold Gray's 'Little Orphan Annie'; the Tradi
Bedegrayne  (Arthurian Legend)
Name of a Castle
Blandford  (English)
Variant of Blanford: Gray Man's Ford; Gray Haired
Blanford  (English)
Gray Man's Ford; Gray Haired
Dorian  (English)
Descendant of Dorus. Dorian Was a Character in Oscar Wilde's Novel the Picture of Dorian Gray Who Was Given His Wish That His Portrait Would Age While He Remained Young and Handsome
Dorian  (Greek)
Of Doris, a District of Greece; or of Doros, a Legendary Greek Hero. Famous Bearer: the Character in Oscar Wilde's Novel 'The Picture of Dorian Gray
Dorien  (English)
Descendant of Dorus. Dorian Was a Character in Oscar Wilde's Novel the Picture of Dorian Gray Who Was Given His Wish That His Portrait Would Age While He Remained Young and Handsome
Dorion  (English)
Descendant of Dorus. Dorian Was a Character in Oscar Wilde's Novel the Picture of Dorian Gray Who Was Given His Wish That His Portrait Would Age While He Remained Young and Handsome
Douglas  (Scottish)
Surname Derived from the Gaelic Elements Dubh (Black, Dark) and Glas (Blue, Green, Gray; Stream). Dubhglas Was a Common Celtic River Name, and the Surname Might Have Originated to Denote One Who Lived
Dubhghlas  (Gaelic)
A Compound Name Composed of the Elements Dubh (Black, Dark) and Glas (Blue, Green, Gray; Stream). See Also: Douglas
Dubhglas  (Irish)
Black and Gray
Dughlas  (Irish)
Variant of Dubhglas: Black and Gray
Farand  (French)
Variant of Ferrand: Gray-haired
Farrand  (French)
Variant of Ferrand: Gray-haired
Farrant  (French)
Variant of Ferrand: Gray-haired
Ferrand  (French)
Gray-haired
Ferrant  (French)
Variant of Ferrand: Gray-haired
Floyd  (Celtic)
Gray
Gnishilda  (Dutch)
Gray Battle Maid
Graden  (English)
Gray-haired: Son of the Gray Family; Son of Gregory
Gradon  (English)
Gray-haired: Son of the Gray Family; Son of Gregory
Graeghamm  (English)
From the Gray Home
Graegleah  (English)
From the Gray Meadow
Graeham  (English)
From the Gray Home
Graham  (English)
Gray Home
Graham  (Teutonic)
From the Gray House
Gram  (English)
From the Gray Home
Graysen  (English)
Gray-haired: Son of the Gray Family; Son of Gregory
Grayson  (English)
Having Grey Hair (Greyson, Grey, Gray, Graysen)
Grayson  (English)
Son of the Grey-haired One
Grayson  (English)
Son of the Reeve or Gray-haired: Son of the Gray Family; Son of Gregory
Grayvesone  (English)
Son of the Reeve
Greeley  (English)
From the Gray Meadow
Greely  (English)
From the Gray Meadow
Grey  (English)
Gray-haired
Greyson  (English)
Gray-haired: Son of the Gray Family; Son of Gregory
Gricelda  (German)
Gray; Gray-haired. Italian Author Giovanni Boccaccio Used the Name for an Exceptionally Patient Fictional Wife - Thus the Expression 'Patience of Griselda'
Gricelda  (Latin)
Gray; Gray-haired
Griselda  (Latin)
Gray; Gray-haired. Italian Author Giovanni Boccaccio's Used the Name for an Exceptionally Patient Wife - Thus the Expression 'Patience of Griselda
Griselda  (German)
Gray
Griselda  (Teutonic)
Gray Haired Heroine
Griselde  (Teutonic)
Gray Haired Heroine
Griselde  (German)
Gray Battle Maiden
Griseldis  (Dutch)
Gray Battle Maid
Griseldis  (Teutonic)
Gray Haired Heroine
Grisella  (Latin)
Gray; Gray-haired
Grisella  (German)
Gray; Gray-haired
Griselle  (Latin)
Gray; Gray-haired
Grishilde  (Dutch)
Gray Battle Maid
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