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101 girl names that start with the letter G

The moment of choosing a name for the baby is one of the most exciting for couples . Some choose to continue the tradition of bearing the same family name, while others seek new and different names.

If you are one of those who have a predilection for a specific sound, or you already have more children and you want everyone’s names to start with the same letter, we will help you with our series of names from A to Z, proposing 101 girl names that begin with G.

  • Gabina : name of Latin origin that means “born in Gubbio, city of Italy”.
  • Gabriela : name of Hebrew origin, feminine of Gabriel, which means “God is strength”.
  • Gadea : name of Basque origin that means “good, kind”.
  • Gaia or Gaya : name of Greek origin, from mythology. It refers to the goddess of the earth.
  • Gala : name of Latin origin that refers to those born in Gaul.
  • Galatea : name of Greek origin that means “milk”.
  • Galenka : name of Russian origin, variant of Galina.
  • Galia : name of Latin origin, variant of Gala. It refers to the inhabitants of Gaul.
  • Galilee : refers to the city of Galilee, north of Israel. Its origin is Italian.
  • Galina : name of Russian origin, feminine variant of Galen; Roman name that means “calm”.
  • Galya : name of Russian origin that means “God will redeem us”.
  • Garaiñe : name of Basque origin, equivalent in Spanish to Victoria.
  • Garazi : name of Basque origin, variant of Gracia.
  • Garbiñe : name of Basque origin that means “immaculate”.
  • Gardenia : name of Germanic origin that means “enclosed”. It also refers to a plant of Chinese origin with beautiful white flowers.
  • Gartze : name of Basque origin that means “pleasant”.
  • Gayle : name of Hebrew origin that translates as “the joy of the father.” It can be used by both sexes.
  • Gea : name of Greek origin, from mythology, as it was the name of the goddess Gaya or Gaia. Its meaning is “land”.
  • Geaxi : name of Basque origin that refers to the three theological virtues.
  • Gem or Gemma : name of Latin origin that refers to the precious stone. During the Roman Empire it was a name given to women as a synonym for “beauty”.
  • Genesis : refers to the first holy book of Christians, in which the origins of the whole are discussed. It is a name of Hebrew origin and means “the beginning”
  • Genoveva : name of Welsh origin with two possible etymologies. It can come from the Celtic, whose meaning would be “woman weaver of crowns”, or from the Germanic one and would mean “woman of noble lineage”.
  • Georgette : French variant of Georgina.
  • Georgia : name of Greek origin, variant of Georgina.
  • Georgina : name of Greek origin, feminine of Jorge. It means “woman farmer”.
  • Geraldine : French variant of Gerarda.
  • Gerarda : name of Germanic origin, feminine of Gerardo. It means “bold, brave”.
  • Germana : name of Greek origin, which comes from the Germanic voice “wehr-mann” which means “warrior”. It also refers to the natives of the city of Germania.
  • Germinal : name of mixed use and of Latin origin, which means “to sprout”.
  • Gertrudis : name of German origin that means “faithful spear” or “valuable spear”.
  • Gervasia : name of Germanic origin, feminine variant of Gervasio. It means “mighty with the spear.”
  • Getulia : name of African origin that refers to the native of the Gétul tribe.
  • Giannina : name of Hebrew origin, diminutive variant of Juana. It translates to “God be gracious.”
  • Gilberta : name of Germanic origin, variant of Gilberto. It means “bold, brave”.
  • Gilda : name of Celtic origin that means “the one who serves God”.
  • Gillian : name of Latin origin, related to Julia, daughter of the Roman general Julius Caesar.
  • Gimena : name of Hebrew origin, spelling variant of Jimena. Its meaning is “the one who obeys” and “God has heard me”. Some authors consider that it is the feminine variant of Simeón.
  • Gina : name of Hebrew origin, diminutive of Georgina.
  • Geneva : name of Welsh origin that translates as “white of the elves”.
  • Ginés : name of Greek origin that means “the one that engenders life”.
  • Ginger : name of English origin that means “destined for marriage”.
  • Gioconda : name of Italian origin that means “the one that is full of life”.
  • Giovanna : name of Hebrew origin, diminutive variant of Juana. It translates to “God be gracious.”
  • Gisela : name of Germanic origin that translates as “rod, arrow”.
  • Giselda : name of Germanic origin, variant of Gisela.
  • Giselle : name of Germanic origin, variant of Gisela.
  • Githa : name of English origin that means “gift”.
  • Giulia : name of Latin origin, variant of Julia. It means “of strong roots”.
  • Giulianna : name of Latin origin, variant of Juliana. It means “of strong roots”.
  • Giunia : name of Latin origin linked to the goddess Juno, the goddess of marriage and queen of the gods.
  • Gladys : name of Welsh origin whose meaning is “happy woman” or “happy”.
  • Gleda : name of Welsh origin, variant of Gladys.
  • Glenda : name of Celtic origin that means “small and fertile valley”.
  • Glicera or Gliceria : name of Greek origin that means “sweet”.
  • Gloria : name of Latin origin, related to religion. It means “innovation to the Lord”.
  • Gloriana or Glorianna : name of English origin that means “glory”.
  • Glosinda : Germanic name that means “sweet glory”.
  • Glynis : name of Welsh origin. It’s one of Gladys’s forms. It translates as “valley”.
  • Godiva : name of English origin that means “gift of God”.
  • Godofreda : name of Germanic origin, feminine variant of Godofredo. It means “the protection of God.”
  • Goewin : name of Welsh origin that means “daughter of Pebin”. In Greek mythology, this name was used to refer to the nymph of mathematics.
  • Goizane : name of empty origin that means “the goddess of dawn”.
  • Golda : name of Israeli origin that means “the golden one”.
  • Gorane : name of Basque origin that means “exaltation”.
  • Goretti : name of Italian origin, variant of Gregoria.
  • Gorawen : name of Welsh origin that translates as “woman who enjoys joy”.
  • Gorgon : name of Greek origin, from mythology. It made reference to a defense amulet related to the Gorgon, a female monster and in turn a primitive protective deity.
  • Gorgonia : name of Greek origin variant of Gorgona.
  • Grace : name of Latin origin, English variant of Grace.
  • Grace : name of Latin origin that means “the one who enjoys divine grace”.
  • Graciana : name of Latin origin, variant of Gracia.
  • Graciela : name of Latin origin, variant of Gracia.
  • Gracilia : some experts assure that it is a variant of the name of Gracia, while others attribute a Latin origin whose meaning is “graceful, subtle, thin”.
  • Gregoria : name of Greek origin, feminine of Gregory. It means “the one who watches, guards”.
  • Gregorina : name of Greek origin, variant of Gregoria.
  • Greta : its origin is not known with certainty. It is believed that it may come from Persian, and mean “daughter of light”, but there are also experts who point out that they link it to Sanskrit, in which case it would mean “pearl”. There is a third possible origin, which is ancient Greek, and its meaning would be “daisy”.
  • Gretel or Grettel : variant of the name Greta.
  • Grisel : name of Germanic origin, diminutive of Griselda.
  • Griselda : name of Germanic origin. Some authors defend that it is a variant of Gisela, while others suggest that it is composed of the Germanic root “gries” (which means “gray”) and the name of Isolde (which means “iron and battle).
  • Guadalupe : name of Arabic origin that means “river of the wolf”.
  • Gualteria : Germanic variant name of Walter. It could be translated as “the strongest in the army”.
  • Gúdula : name of Germanic origin that means “the protector”.
  • Guide : name of Germanic origin that means “to indicate”.
  • Guianella : Italian variant of Guianna, means “grace of God”.
  • Guida : feminine variant of Guido. It has two possible origins; one Welsh (meaning “tree”) and another Germanic (meaning “forest”).
  • Guillermina : name of Germanic origin and feminine variant of Guillermo. It translates as “willing to save his people.”
  • Guiomar : name of Germanic origin that means “famous in combat”.
  • Gumersinda : name of Germanic origin that translates as “strong woman like man”.
  • Gunda : name of Germanic origin that means “the great fighter”.
  • Gundelina : name with two possible origins. On the one hand, there are those who assure that it is Germanic, and would mean “the one who fights to defend her people.” Other authors attribute to him a Latin origin, and it would mean “noble in the fight”.
  • Gundenia : name of Germanic origin that means “fighting woman”.
  • Gunilla : Germanic name with two possible meanings; “fierce in battle” or “famous warrior”.
  • Gurene : name of Basque origin, a variant of Gure, which means “desire”.
  • Gustava : if we pay attention to its possible Germanic origin it would mean “scepter of the king”. But there are those who suggest that it comes from Scandinavian, in which case it would be translated as “queen of the Goths”.
  • Gutka : name of Polish origin, which means “good”.
  • Gwenda : name of Welsh origin that means “pure, white”.
  • Gwendolina : Name of Welsh origin that means “the one that shines for its purity”.
  • Gwener : name of Welsh origin, variant of Latin Venus. It is related to Roman mythology, with Venus being the goddess of love.
  • Gwenlyn : name of Welsh origin that means “white hill”.
  • Gwyneth : name of Welsh origin with two possible meanings, “joy” or “white waves”.
  • Gytha : name of Nordic origin that means “the one who loves war”.

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