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Gabriele
Language of origin: Hebrew
Gender: female
Meaning/translation: strong man of God, hero of God; God is my hero
Info about origin:See male form Gabriel
Variants: Gabriele  German
 Gabi  German
 Gaby  German
 Brielle  English   (#742 in US popularity)
 Gabriel  English   (#964 in US popularity)
 Gabriela  Italian, Portuguese, Polish, Romanian   (#129 in US popularity)
 Gabriella  Italian, Portuguese, Polish, Romanian   (#166 in US popularity)
 Gabrielle  French, English   (#74 in US popularity)
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Genesis
Language of origin: Old Greek
Gender: female
Meaning/translation: birth
Info about origin: Genesis is the first book of the Old Testament about the creation of the world
Words: genesis=the birth, the creation (Old Greek)
Variants: Genesis  English   (#246 in US popularity)

Genoveva
Language of origin: Germanic
Gender: female
Info about origin: meaning and origin not known for sure, probably a Germanic two-element name
 maybe also with the same origin as 'Jennifer'; anyway some variants of the two names are very easy to confuse
 known from the legend of Genoveva of Brabant
 Saint Geneviève is the patron saint of Paris in France (5th century AD)
Variants: Genoveva  German, Spanish
 Genevieve  English   (#538 in US popularity)
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Georgia
Language of origin: Old Greek
Gender: female
Meaning/translation: farmer, earthworker
Info about origin:See male form Georg
Variants: Georgia  English   (#644 in US popularity)
 Georgina  German, English   (#994 in US popularity)
 Georgine  German, French
 Jörne  German
 Georgette  French
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Gisela
Language of origin: Old High German
Gender: female
Meaning/translation: hostage, pledge
Words: gisal=the pledge, the hostage (Old High German)
Variants: Gisela  German
 Gisella  Italian
 Giselle  French, English   (#470 in US popularity)
 Gisselle  English
 Gisèle  French
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Gloria
Language of origin: Latin
Gender: female
Meaning/translation: glory
Info about origin: not used as a given name until the 20th century, but very popular nowadays
 first appeared as a given name in the play 'You Never Can Tell' by George Bernard Shaw (1898)
Words: gloria=the glory (Latin)
Variants: Gloria  German, English, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese   (#273 in US popularity)
 Gloriana  English

Grace
Language of origin: Latin
Gender: female
Meaning/translation: charm, grace
Info about origin: in Roman mythology the Graces are 3 daughters of Zeus
 in Christianism the name 'Gratia' took on the new meaning of 'grace of God'
 the English name variant is known from the American actress Grace Kelly
Words: gratia=the charm, the grace (Latin)
Variants: Grace  English   (#96 in US popularity)
 Gracie  English
 Graciela  English, Spanish   (#770 in US popularity)
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Griselda
Language of origin: Old High German
Gender: female
Info about origin: known as a name in an Italian legend
Words: gris=grey (Old French) ; hiltja=the fight (Old High German)
Variants: Griselda  German, English, Italian   (#923 in US popularity)
 Selda  English
 Zelda  English
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Guadalupe
Language of origin: Arabic
Gender: female
Meaning/translation: wolf river
Info about origin: informations see at male form
Variants: Guadalupe  English, Spanish   (#230 in US popularity)

Guiomar
Language of origin: Spanish
Gender: female
Info about origin: possibly a Spanish-Portuguese form of the Germanic name 'Hildemar'
Variants: Guiomar  Portuguese
 Xiomara  English, Spanish   (#931 in US popularity)

Gwendolin
Language of origin: Welsh
Gender: female
Meaning/translation: white ring
Info about origin: name of women and fairies in various old Celtic/Welsh legends
Words: gwen=white, fair, shining, holy (Welsh) ; dolen=the ring, the circle (Welsh)
Variants: Gwendolin  German, English, Welsh
 Gwen  English
 Gwenda  English
 Gwendolyn  English, Welsh   (#680 in US popularity)
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