Greer

Greer comes from a Scottish surname which derives from the given name Gregor meaning “watchful, vigilant, alert; to be awake” from Ancient Greek grígoros (quick, fast, swift). Origin: Ancient Greek Variants: Grier (Scottish, English) Gregor (Scottish, German, Slovak, Slovene)  

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Gale

Gale refers to a very strong wind derived from gaile meaning "wind" of uncertain origin though perhaps related to Old Norse gol (breeze) or Old Danish gal meaning "bad, furious" in reference to the wind, derived from Old Norse gala meaning "to shout, charm away" or from Old English galan meaning "to sing, enchant, call" which ultimately derives form Proto-Indo-European gʰel- (to call, chant, shout). Gale is also … Continue reading Gale

Glenn

Glenn comes from a Scottish surname meaning "valley" from Gaelic gleann, originally used to refer to someone who lived near a valley. Origin: Gaelic Variants: Glen (English, Scottish) Glyn (Welsh) Glynn (Welsh)   Female forms: Glenna (English, Scottish) Glenne (English)