1001 Baby Names for Girls – How to Choose the Best for your Newborn

Baby Girl names that start with  “ G “ and their  Meaning

 

Gabbatha

Hebrew, meaning ‘temple mound’.

Gabby

(alt. Gabbi)

Shortened form of Gabrielle, meaning ‘heroine of God’.

Gabrielle

(alt. Gabriel, Gabriela, Gabriella)

Hebrew, meaning ‘heroine of God’.

Gada

Hebrew, meaning ‘lucky’.

Gadara

Armenian, meaning ‘mountain’s peak’.

Gael

Gaelic, meaing ‘from Ireland’.

Gaelle

German, meaning ‘stranger’.

Gafna

Hebrew, meaning ‘from the vine’.

Gaho

Native American, meaning ‘motherly’.

Gaia

(alt. Gaea)

Greek, meaning ‘the earth’.

Gail

(alt. Gale, Gayla, Gayle)

Hebrew, meaning ‘my father rejoices’.

Gaira

Scottish, meaning ‘petite woman’.

Gala

French, meaning ‘festive merrymaking’.

Galatea

(alt. Galatee, Galathea)

Greek, meaning ‘white as milk’.

Galeed

Hebrew, meaning ‘friendship’.

Galena

Greek feminine form of Galen, meaning ‘peaceful’.

Gali

Hebrew, meaning ‘fountain’.

Galiana

Arabic, the name of a Moorish princess.

Galiena

German, meaning ‘high one’.

Galila

Hebrew, meaning ‘one from the rolling hills’.

Galina

Russian, meaning ‘shining brightly’.

Gamada

African, meaning ‘pleasing one’.

Gambhira

Hindi, meaning ‘noble born’.

Garaitz

Basque, meaning ‘victorious’.

Garima

Indian, meaning ‘woman of great importance’.

Garnet

(alt. Garnett)

English, meaning ‘red gemstone’.

Gay

(alt. Gaye)

French, meaning ‘glad and lighthearted’.

Gaynor

Welsh, meaning ‘white and smooth’.

Gayora

Hebrew, meaning ‘valley of the sun’.

Geba

Hebrew, meaning ‘one from the hill’.

Geela

Hebrew, meaning ‘joy’.

Gelasia

Greek, meaning ‘laughing’.

Gelsey

Persian, meaning ‘flower’.

Gemini

Greek, meaning ‘twin’.

Gemma

Italian, meaning ‘precious stone’.

Gen

Japanese, meaning ‘spring’.

Gena

Alternative of Gina, meaning ‘queen’.

Gene

Greek, meaning ‘wellborn’.

Genesis

Greek, meaning ‘beginning’.

Geneva

(alt. Genevra)

French, meaning ‘juniper tree’.

Genevieve

German, meaning ‘white wave’.

Genie

Shortened form of Genevieve, meaning ‘white wave’.

Georgeanna

English combination of Georgia and Anna.

Georgette

French, meaning ‘farmer’.

Georgia

(alt. Georgiana, Georgianna, Georgie)

Latin, meaning ‘farmer’.

Georgiana

English alternative of Georgia, meaning ‘farmer’.

Georgina

(alt. Georgene, Georgine, Giorgina)

Latin, meaning ‘farmer’.

Geraldine

German, meaning ‘spear ruler’.

Gerda

Nordic, meaning ‘shelter’.

Geri

(alt. Gerri, Gerry)

Shortened form of Geraldine, meaning ‘spear ruler’.

Germaine

French, meaning ‘from Germany’.

Gerry

English alternative of Geraldine, meaning ‘spear ruler’.

Gertie

Shortened form of Gertrude, meaning ‘strength of a spear’.

Gertrude

German, meaning ‘strength of a spear’.

Geva

Hebrew, meaning ‘of the farm’.

Ghada

Arabic, meaning ‘beautiful girl’.

Ghislaine

French, meaning ‘pledge’.

Ghita

(alt. Ghitah, Gheeta, Ghyta)

Italian, meaning ‘like a pearl’.

Gia

(alt. Ghia)

Italian, meaning ‘God is gracious’.

Giada

Italian, meaning ‘jade’.

Gianina

(alt. Giana)

Hebrew, meaning ‘God’s graciousness’.

Gigi

(alt. Giget)

Shortened form of Georgina, meaning ‘farmer’.

Gilda

English, meaning ‘gilded’.

Gilia

Hebrew, meaning ‘joy of the Lord’.

Gillian

Latin, meaning ‘youthful’.

Gin

Japanese, meaning ‘silver’.

Gina

(alt. Geena, Gena)

Shortened form of Regina, meaning ‘queen’.

Ginevra

Italian alternative of Guinevere, meaning ‘white and smooth’.

Ginger

Latin, from the root of the same name.

Ginny

Shortened form of Virginia, meaning ‘virgin’.

Gioia

Italian, meaning ‘bringer of joy’.

Giordana

Italian alternative of Jordana, meaning ‘descend’.

Giovanna

Italian, meaning ‘God is gracious’.

Giselle

(alt. Gisela, Gisele, Giselle, Gisselle)

German, meaning ‘pledge’.

Gita

(alt. Geeta)

Sanskrit, meaning ‘song’.

Gitana

(alt. Gitane, Jeetanna)

Spanish, meaning ‘gypsy’.

Giulia

(alt. Giuliana)

Italian, meaning ‘youthful’.

Gladys

(alt. Gladyce)

Welsh, meaning ‘lame’.

Glain

Welsh, meaning ‘precious as a jewel’.

Glenda

Welsh, meaning ‘fair and good’.

Glenna

(alt. Glennie)

Irish Gaelic, meaning ‘glen’.

Glenys

Welsh, meaning ‘riverbank’.

Gloria

(alt. Glory)

Latin, meaning ‘glory’.

Glynda

(alt. Glinda)

Welsh, meaning ‘fair’. The good witch in The Wizard of Oz.

Glynis

Welsh, meaning ‘small glen’.

Godiva

English, meaning ‘gift from God’.

Golda

(alt. Goldia, Goldie)

English, meaning ‘gold’.

Gota

Swedish, meaning ‘having strength’.

Grace

(alt. Graça, Gracie, Grayce)

Latin, meaning ‘grace’.

Grady

Irish, meaning ‘noble’.

Grainne

(alt. Grania)

Irish Gaelic, meaning ‘love’.

Gratia

(alt. Grasia)

Latin, meaning ‘blessing’.

Grazia

(alt. Graziana, Graziella)

Italian, meaning ‘grace’.

Greer

(alt. Grier)

Latin, meaning ‘alert and watchful’.

Gregoria

Latin, meaning ‘alert’.

Greta

(alt. Gretel)

Greek, meaning ‘pearl’.

Gretchen

German, meaning ‘pearl’.

Grid

Norse, meaning ‘peaceful’.

Griselda

(alt. Griselle)

German, meaning ‘grey fighting maid’.

Gro

Norwegian, meaning ‘works with the earth’.

Gryphon

Greek, a mythological beast that represents strength, security and vigilence.

Guadalupe

Arabic, meaning ‘a river of black stones’.

Gudrun

Scandinavian, meaning ‘battle’.

Guida

Italian, meaning ‘a guide’.

Guinevere

Welsh, meaning ‘white and smooth’. King Arthur’s queen in mythology.

Gula

Arabic, meaning ‘like a rose’.

Gunhilda

Norse, meaning ‘battle maiden’.

Gulzar

Arabic, meaning ‘of the gardens’.

Guri

Hebrew, meaning ‘lioness’.

Guthrie

Scottish, meaning ‘wind’.

Gwanwyn

Welsh, meaning ‘born in the spring’.

Gwen

Shortened form of Gwendolyn, meaning ‘fair bow’.

Gwenda

Welsh, meaning ‘fair and good’.

Gwendolyn

(alt. Gwendolen, Gwenel)

Welsh, meaning ‘fair bow’.

Gwynn

(alt. Gwyn)

Welsh, meaning ‘fair blessed’.

Gwyneth

(alt. Gwynneth, Gwynyth)

Welsh, meaning ‘happiness’.

Gypsy

English, meaning ‘of the Roman tribe’.

Gythae

English, meaning ‘fiery’.

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