Baby Names: Names Starting with G

 

GEORGIA: Greek for "farmer" and a feminine version of George. The great southern state of Georgia was named in honor of England's King George II. It's a name always on one's mind. Relatives: Georgea, Georgina, Georgianna, Georgine, Georgette, Georgeen, Georgeena, Georgeanne, Georgienne, Giorgia, Georgie, Georgy, Gina, Gerda, Gruzia, Jirka, Jirca, Jirina, Jorgina. Namesakes: Georgia Hampton, Georgia O'Keeffe, Georgette Klinger, "georgette" lace, Georgy Girl.

GERALD: Old French for "spear warrior." You can see how popular this one is in Europe by the wealth of variations. Relatives: Gerard, Geraud, Gerardo, Gerhard, Gerhardt, Gerhart, Geraldo, Garold, Gerek, Gerrit, Garrod, Garrard, Gerbert, Girard, Girauld, Girault, Giraut, Gerry, Jerry, Jerard, Jarett, Jarrett. Namesakes: Gerard Manley Hopkins, Geraldo Rivera.

GERALDINE: Old German for "hard spear" and a feminine version of Gerald. Relatives: Geraldene, Gereldine, Geraldyne, Gerry, Geri, Gerrie. Namesakes: Geraldine Page, Geraldine Ferraro, Geraldine Chaplin.

GERMAIN: Middle English for "bud" and related to "German." A bit Teutonic perhaps, but pleasant sounding. Relatives: German, Germain, Jarman, Jermyn, Jermain, Jermayne, Jermaine, Jermana. Namesakes: Saint Germain, Germaine Greer, Jermaine Jackson.

GERTRUDE: Old German for "adored warrior." Although the name sounds a bit dated, consider the charming variations. Relatives: Gerta, Gerda, Gerte, Gertie, Gerty, Gert, Jera, Jerica, Trude, Truta, Trudy, Trudie, Trudi, True. Namesakes: Hamlet's mother, Gertrude Stein.

Like this? Want more?
preview
Connect with Us
Follow Our Pins

Yummy recipes, DIY projects, home decor, fashion and more curated by iVillage staffers.

Follow Our Tweets

The very dirty truth about fashion internships... DUN DUN @srslytheshow http://t.co/wfewf

On Instagram

Behind-the-scenes pics from iVillage.

Best of the Web