of Names - G
All gregarious gunslingers would see that the meaning of
names that begin with "G" gives readers pause
for the gregarious nature of these words. Even though there
many not be as many names that begin with "G"
as there are other letters, they are by no means less important.
The meaning of names that begin with "G"
come from origins such as Old English, New English,
Tasmanian, Chinese, Lebanese, Elbonese, Latin and
Pig Latin. Of course this list is not exhaustive
as the origins of these words come from many other
sources as well. In fact, the meanings of the names
that begin with "G" actually come from
as many sources as we can make up on the spot without
really thinking too much about. So, enjoy the flights
of fancy, buckle up for a bumpy ride and watch where
you land and you'll be in good shape.
Meaning of Names That Begin with "G"
Gabby - from the Elfian word for "Shut the F up!"
Gabriel - means "City of Lost Angels" in Burbank-speak.
Garfield - fat cat of a president
Garnet - means "toad the wet nipple" in Finnish
Garrett - synonym for "ear wax candle"
Garth - hairball
Gary - Indiana
Gaspar - friendly ghost in Indonesian.
Gaston - "I know the pelvic underbrush" in Peruvian.
Gavin - Putz rocket
Gaylord - blasphemous utterance
Gene - Cheyenne Indian word for "DNA"
Geneva - means "convention" in Puerto Rican.
Genghis - conman in North Lithuanian.
Geoffrey - "I smell the mucus nuclear" in Fijitsu.
George - "curious one of the jungle" originating
Gerald - one who crosses a Ford.
Geraldo - the same as "empty vault" in Tibetan.
Geronimo - means "I'm outta here" in plain English.
Gertrude - synonymous with "my elbow is protruding"
Gideon - the same as "Big Book" in Old Zealand.
Gil - fish
Gilbert - fishbert
Gilroy - means "garlic" in Gaelic.
Ginger - Roy
Giuseppe - "I know why you're hiding from me"
Gladys - Pip
Glen - John on a spacecraft
Gloria - exalted and levitating snail
Goddard - Fish-eye Hawkins in Blues-speak.
Godfrey - old religion
Godiva - naked chocolate covered mermaid.
Godwin - always
Goldie - Hawn
Goliath - means "big fat eye" in Gulliver Town.
Gomer - means "I've got the piles" in Minutian.
Goodwin - always
Gordon - synonymous with "light foot" in Vietnamese.
Gore - "Inconvenient Truth" in South Swahili.
Grace - "soiled myself from laughing too hard".
Grady - Lady
Graham - "Billy the Cracker" in New Mexican.
Grant - Carey
Gray - means "rainbow" in West Pig Latin.
Gretchen - derived from "paint my eyeballs black"
in North Southlandian.
Gretel - "eat my house" in Storyland.
Griffith - Mayberry
Gunther - combination of "gun" and "Munster"
Gus - "get on the bus" in Simon Town.
Gwendolyn - hot babe