Gen

Gen is a Japanese male name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: gen 源 "source, origin"; gen 彦 "lad, boy"; gen 玄 "mysterious, occultness; deep, profound; black"; gen 元 "cause, origin; beginning; former time"; gen 幻 "fantasy, phantom; vision; illusion; apparition" There are other meanings depending on the kanji used. Written in hiragana it's げん. Gen is also …

Griffin

Griffin is the name of a mythical creature believed to have the body of a lion and the wings and head of an eagle. It comes from Old French grifon via Latin gryphus which may be derived from Ancient Greek gryps (griffin) via grúpos meaning "curved" or hooked". It's also possible that the word derives from a pre-Greek origin, perhaps a …

García

García is a Spanish male name of uncertain etymology, the name of several kings of Pamplona and Navarre. It may have derived from a Basque origin, either from Basque hartz meaning "bear" or gazte meaning "young". It may also possibly be derived from a Germanic source, perhaps meaning "war" or "young warrior", or perhaps from Visigothic garxa or garcha …

Gulliver

Gulliver comes from an English surname (via a French origin) which originated as a nickname for a greedy or covetous person. The name originated from Old French goulafre meaning "glutton". Nicknames: Gull, Gully Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Gulliford (English) Galliford (English)  

Gardner

Gardner comes from an English surname, a variant of Gardener meaning "gardener". It comes from Anglo-Norman gardinier (gardener) and originated as an occupational name for a gardener. Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Gardener (English) Gardiner (English)  

Garth

Garth comes from an English surname, a locational name for someone who lived near an enclosure. It comes from Old Norse garðr (fence, wall; enclosed space) derived from a PIE root word. Origin: Proto-Indo-European      

Gregor

Gregor is a Scottish, German, Slovak, and Slovene form of Gregory, which is the English form of Latinized Greek Gregorius via Ancient Greek Gregorios meaning “watchful, vigilant, alert” which ultimately derives from a PIE root word. Gregor is also a surname originating from the given name; as a Scottish surname it's a shortened form of McGregor meaning "son of Gregor". Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Gregory (English) Gregorios …

Guerino

Guerino is an Italian male name, the Italian form of Warin which comes from an Ancient Germanic element meaning "guard, protect". Guerino is also an Italian surname originating from the given name. Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Guarino (Italian) Guarin (Medieval French) Guerin (Medieval French) Warin (Ancient Germanic) Wazo (Ancient Germanic)  

Geon

Geon (pr. kun; Forvo) is a Korean male name with a variety of meanings depending on the hangul used: 건 建 geon "to build, to construct"; 健 geon "strong; firm"; 虔 geon "respect"; 乾 geon "sky"; 鍵 geon "key" There are other meanings depending on the hanja used. It can also be used as part of a compound name. It's also …

Greyston

Greyston comes from an English surname, a variant spelling of Grayston meaning "gray stone" made up of Old English elements grǣġ (grey) and stān (stone). It's also possible that the first element is derived from Middle English greyve meaning "steward" combined with the patronymic suffix -son, with would make it a variant of Grayson. Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Greystone (English) Grayston (English) Graystone (English)  

Géza

Géza is a Hungarian male name of uncertain meaning. It seems to have originated as a diminutive of Gyeücsa, a name of uncertain meaning. It may have originated from a Turkic title, yabgu, referring to a ruler, though it's also possible it may have derived from a Chinese or Iranian source. Origin: Uncertain, possibly Turkic or even Chinese …

Gal

Gal is a Hebrew unisex name meaning "wave", as well as a Slovene male name, a short form of Gallus, an Ancient Roman name meaning "rooster, cock" which ultimately derives from a PIE root word. Gal is also a Hebrew and Slovenian, Slovak, and Polish surname originating from the given names. Origin: Hebrew, Proto-Indo-European Female forms: …