George. Gabriel. Griswald. If you’re on the hunt for a great baby boy name that starts with the letter G, look no further!
One of seven archangels, Gabriel appeared to Mary to give her the news of her pregnancy and impending birth of Jesus, and... Read more about Gabriel
As demonstrated by Prince William and Kate Middleton naming their firstborn son, George, it's quite the illustrious name... Read more about George
Gavin has had a meteoric rise to the top. Perhaps due to musicians Gavin DeGraw and Gavin Rossdale (aka Mrs. Gwen Stefani)... Read more about Gavin
Quite the illustrious name, indeed. The name of several saints and popes, Pope Gregory I fostered the development of Gregorian... Read more about Gregory
English: Variant of Gerald rules by the spear.
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English: Bestow or great; tall. The American General and president Ulysses S. Grant. Surname.
French: Great or bestow; a surname that increased in popularity as a first name due to Civil War general and President Ulysses S...
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Giovanni is a classic name made cool again, and it's poised to crack the Top 100 boys names. Its ties to Italy make it exotic... Read more about Giovanni
English: Son of the reeve or Gray-haired: son of the Gray family; son of Gregory.
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English: Lively; now rarely given as a name for boys
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From Greg Brady to Greg Kinnear, Greg definitely evokes a wholesome 50s vibe. It hit its peak in 1961 and has been on the... Read more about Greg
German: Rules by the spear
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Celtic: From the valley
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Derived from the royal Scandinavian name Gustave, Gustavo is not as unique a name as you might think. It reached an all-time... Read more about Gustavo
English: Spear-fortified town
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Gaelic: From the glen or valley
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German: Spear strength, brave with a spear; introduced to England through the Norman conquest, Gerard has remained popular since...
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Nickname for Augustus. Read more about Gus
English: Gray-haired: son of the Gray family; son of Gregory.
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Norse: Garden; from a surname, indicating someone who lived near or worked in a garden
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Hebrew: Feller of trees
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Welsh: Strong in faith
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French: Keeper of grain; surname used as a first name
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Irish: Man of rank.
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