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101 boy names that start with the letter G

When we expect a baby, a series of decision-making for his future begins. One of them is to choose what name it will bear, so the parents, and sometimes the rest of the family such as grandparents and siblings, participate in the list of possible names that will be chosen for the baby.

Sometimes within a family there is a certain predilection for a particular letter, so, continuing with our special journey through baby names from A to Z, we share 101 boy names that begin with the letter G .

  • Gabriel: means “the strength and power of God”.
  • Gabe: short form of Gabriel.
  • Gabhan: Gaelic variant of Gavin, which is of Celtic origin and means “white hawk”.
  • Gabin: French variant of Gabino.
  • Gabino: of Latin origin, it is the name of Gabii, an ancient town in Lazio, Italy.
  • Gadi: diminutive of Gadiel.
  • Gadiel: of Hebrew origin, it means “God is my fortune”.
  • Gael: of Breton origin, it means “generosity, generous gentleman”.
  • Gaelan: variant of Galen, which is of Greek origin and means “healer”.
  • Gaetano: of Italian origin, it means “that comes from the city of Gaeta”.

  • Gahan: of Hebrew origin, it means “the Lord is gracious”.

  • Gahiji: of African origin, it means “hunter”.
  • Gaines: of English origin, it means “cunning”.
  • Gaius: of Latin origin, it means “to rejoice”.
  • Gal: of Hebrew origin, it means “wave”.
  • Gale: of English origin, it means “storm”.
  • Galen: of Greek origin, it means “healer”.
  • Galen: Spanish variant of Galen.
  • Galil: of Hebrew origin, it refers to the mountainous area of Galilee.
  • Galileo: of Italian origin, it means “from Galilee”.
  • Galin: variant of Galen.
  • Gallagher: of Irish origin, it means “descendant of a foreign helper”.
  • Gallio: of Hebrew origin, it means “milky”.
  • Galloway: of Scottish origin, it means “unknown”.
  • Galo: of Latin origin, it means “Gaul”.
  • Galt: of Nordic origin, it means “high land”.
  • Galtero: variant of Galt.
  • Galton: of English origin, it means “rented farm”.
  • Galvin: of Irish origin, it means “sparrow”.
  • Gamal: of Arabic origin, it means “God is my reward”.

  • Gan: variant of Gannon, which is of Irish origin and means “of light skin and hair”.

  • Ganin: variant of Gannon.
  • Ganiz: Basque variant of Juan, which means “God is merciful.”
  • Gannet: of German origin, it means “goose”.
  • Gannon: of Irish origin, it means “of light skin and hair”.
  • Gar: short for Gardner.
  • Gardner: of English origin, it means “guardian of the garden, gardener”.
  • Gareth: of Welsh origin, it means “gentle”.
  • Gari: of Basque origin, it means “wheat”.
  • Garner: of Latin origin, it means “barn”.
  • Garold: variant of Gerald, which is of Germanic origin and means “ruler with spear.”
  • Garret: Irish variant of Gerardo.
  • Garrick: of Teutonic origin, it means “mighty warrior”.
  • Garson: of English origin, it means “that protects”.
  • Garth: of Nordic origin, it means “gardener, enclosure”.
  • Garvey: of Irish origin, it means “hard peace”.
  • Gary: of English origin, it means “spearman”.
  • Gaspar: of Hebrew origin, it means “the one who guards the goods of God.”
  • Gaspard: French form of Gaspar.
  • Gaston: of French origin, it means “foreigner”.

  • Gautam: of Sanskrit origin, it is one of the names of Buddha.

  • Gautier: French name of Germanic origin, it means “ruler of the army”.
  • Gavin: of Celtic origin, it means “white hawk”.
  • Geb: Egyptian god of the earth.
  • Gellart: Hungarian variant of Gerald.
  • Genaro: of Latin origin, it means “January”.
  • Gene: diminutive of Eugenio, which is of Greek origin and means “the well-born.”
  • Gentzen: of Basque origin, it is the name day equivalent of Gentian, which means “family, lineage”.
  • Geoffrey: of French origin, it means “promise of peace”.
  • George: English variant of Jorge, which means “farmer, farmer”.
  • Gerald: of Germanic origin, it means “ruler with spear”.
  • Gérard: French variant of Gerardo.
  • Gerardo: of Germanic origin, it means “brave warrior”.
  • Gerd: of Scandinavian origin, it means “fortress”.
  • Gregori: Basque variant of Gregorio, which means “vigilant, alert”.
  • Germán: means “warrior”.
  • Gerónimo: Native American name, variant of Jerome, of Greek origin, which means “sacred name”.
  • Gerson: A variant of Gershom, which is of Hebrew origin and means “strange, unknown.”
  • Giacomo: Italian variant of Jacobo, meaning “supplanter.”
  • Gian: Italian variant of “Juan”, which means “God is merciful”.

  • Gianluca: Italian name formed by “Gian” (God is merciful) and “Luca” (the one who illuminates).

  • Gianni: diminutive of Giovanni, Italian variant of Juan.
  • Gibbon: Irish variant of Gilberto, which is of German origin and means “bright promise.”
  • Gibson: means “son of Gilberto”.
  • Gideon: of Hebrew origin, it means “settler”.
  • Gil: of Hebrew origin, it means “happiness”.
  • Gilberto: of German origin, it means “bright promise”.
  • Gilem: Basque equivalent of Guillén and Guillermo.
  • Giles: of Greek origin, it means “young goat”.
  • Gino: Italian diminutive of Eugenio.
  • Gio: short for Giovanni.
  • Giorgio: Italian variant of Jorge.
  • Giovanni: Italian variant of “Juan”, which means “God is merciful”.
  • Gisli: of Scandinavian origin, it means “a ray of sunshine”.
  • Gizon: common name in Basque that means “man, male”.
  • Goiznabar: means “sunrise” in Basque.
  • Gonçal: Catalan form of Gonzalo.
  • Gontzal: Basque equivalent of Gonzalo.
  • Gonzalo: means “one who is willing to fight.”
  • Goran: means “man of the mountain”.

  • Gorka: Basque version of Jorge, it means “farmer, man who works the land”.

  • Grazian: Basque name of Latin origin, means “pleasant”.
  • Grégoire: French variant of Gregory.
  • Gregorio: of Greek origin, it means “watchful, alert”.
  • Guadalupe: of Arabic origin, it means “river of the wolf”.
  • Guido: of Latin origin, it means “wood”.
  • Guillem: Catalan form of Guillermo.
  • Guillermo: means “one who is a determined protector”.
  • Guren: an old Basque word that means “beautiful”, but which in recent years has been extended to mean “holy”.
  • Gustave: French form of Gustave.
  • Gustavo: of Swedish origin, it means “guardian of the Goths”.

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