Girl Names That Start With G

A-Z, Girl Names G

If you’re looking for a baby girl’s name starting with the letter G or are just browsing letters of the alphabet to get inspiration, we want to help you weigh your options. You may be considering a popular name like Gianna or looking for something an incredibly unique girl name like Gaia. In either case, you’re sure to discover the perfect G girl name for your little one. From Gabby to Gypsy, we have curated a list of baby girl names, starting with the letter G and the meanings and origin of each name. Without further ado, let the baby’s name browsing begin.
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Gabby

 French origin, meaning: Italian and Spanish

 

Gabina

Italian and Spanish origin, meaning: God is my strength

 

Gabriella / Gabriela

Italian or Spanish origin, meaning: Man of God

 

Gabrielle

French origin, meaning: God is my strength

 

Gabrina

Hebrew origin, meaning: God is my strength

 

Gadara

Armenian origin, meaning: From the top of a mountain

 

Gael / Gaelle

Breton, Welsh origin, meaning: Gaelic

Gaetana

Italian origin, meaning: Place name

 

Gaia

Greek mythology origin, meaning: Earth mother

 

Gail / Gal / Gayle

Hebrew, short form of Abigail, meaning: My father rejoices

 

Galatea

Greek origin, meaning: Milk-white

 

Gale

Nature name, meaning: Calm, healer

 

Galena

Feminine of Galen origin, meaning: Calm

 

Galene

Feminine variation of Galen, Greek origin, meaning: Calm

 

Galexia

A modern variation of the word galaxy

Galia

Hebrew origin, meaning: Wave

Galiana

 Russian and Slavic origin, meaning: Calm, healer

 

Galila

Hebrew origin, meaning: Rolling hills

 

Galilea

Italian and Hebrew origin, meaning: Galilee

 

Galilee

Hebrew origin, meaning: The province

 

Galina

Russian origin, meaning: Calm

 

Gamora

Fictional name, or related to Biblical place name Gomorrah origin, meaning: Sheaf

 

Ganya

Russian origin, meaning: Worships God

 

Garance

French origin, meaning: Madder flower

 

Garbo

Italian origin, meaning: Polite

 

Garcelle

French origin, meaning: Little spear

Gardenia

English origin, meaning: Flower

 

Garine

Invented name

 

Garnet

English origin, meaning: Pomegranate

 

Gattara

Italian origin, meaning: Cat lady

Gauri

Sanskrit origin, meaning: White

 

Gavenia

Scottish origin, meaning: White hawk

 

Gayatri

Hindi, Sanskrit origin, meaning: Song, Hymn, name of a goddess

 

Gehenna

Hebrew origin, meaning: The valley of Hinnom

Gelsey

Persian origin, meaning: Flower

 

Gemia

Modern invented name

Gemma

Latin origin, meaning: Gem

Gemree

Modern invented name

 

Genesis

Greek origin, meaning: The beginning

 

Geneva

French origin, meaning: Juniper berry

 

Genevieve / Genevie

Celtic origin, meaning: Woman of the race

 

Genoveva

Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian origin, meaning: White spirit

 

Genovia

Fictional name

 

Gentry

English origin, meaning: Aristocracy

 

Geonna

Italian and Hebrew origin, meaning: God is gracious

 

Georgia

English origin, feminine of George, meaning: Farmer

 

Georgiana

English origin, meaning: Farmer

 

Georgina

English origin, meaning: Farmer

 

Gertie

German origin, meaning: Spear of strength

 

Gertrude

German origin, meaning: Strong spear

 

Gesa

German and Frisian origin, meaning: Spear or pledge

 

Gesine

German origin, meaning: Strength of a spear

 

Gia

Italian origin, meaning: God’s gracious gift

 

Giada

Italian origin, meaning: Jade

 

Giana

Italian origin, meaning: God is gracious

 

Gianella

Italian origin, meaning: God is gracious

 

Gianina

Italian origin, meaning: God is gracious

Gianna

Italian origin, meaning: God is gracious

 

Giavanna

Italian origin, meaning: God is gracious

 

Gigi

French origin, meaning: Earth worker

 

Gila

Hebrew origin, meaning: Joy of the Lord

 

Gilberta

Scottish origin, the feminine form of Gilbert, meaning: Bright promise

 

Gilda

Italian origin, meaning: Sacrifice

 

Gillian

Latin origin, meaning: Youthful

 

Ginevra

Italian origin, meaning: White wave, of the race of women, fair and yielding

 

Ginger

English origin, meaning: Nickname for someone with red hair

 

Ginny

English origin, meaning: Virginal

Gisetta

Modern invented name

 

Gioia

Italian origin, meaning: Joy

Giorgia

Italian origin, meaning: Farmer

Giovanna

Italian origin, meaning: The Lord is gracious

Gisela

German origin, meaning: Pledge, hostage

Giselle

German origin, meaning: Pledge

 

Giulia

Italian origin, meaning: Youthful

 

Giuliana

Italian and Latin origin, meaning: Youthful

 

Giuseppina

Italian origin, meaning: God increases

 

Giustina

Latin, Italian, and French origin, meaning: Fair

 

Giusy

Italian origin, meaning: God increases

 

Gleda

English origin, meaning: Happy

 

Glenda

Welsh origin, meaning: Fair and good

 

Glinda

Welsh origin, meaning: Fair; good
Glinda the Good Witch,” a character in the novel and movie The Wizard of Oz.

 

Gloria

Latin origin, meaning: Glory

 

Gloriana

Latin origin, meaning: Glory

 

Godiva

English origin, meaning: God’s gift

 

Golda

English origin, meaning: Gold

 

Golden

English origin, meaning: Little golden one

 

Goldie

American origin, meaning: Gold

 

Gomeisa

Arabic origin, meaning: Bleary-eyed one

 

Grace

Latin origin, meaning: Gracious

 

Gracelynn / Gracelyn

Latin origin, meaning: Pleasing; grateful

 

Gracia

Spanish, Catalan  origin, meaning: Grace

 

Gracie

Diminutive form of Grace or an anglicization of the Scottish Gaelic word greusaich, meaning shoemaker.

 

Graciella / Graciela

Spanish origin, meaning: Favor; grace

 

Graelyn

Modern invented name

 

Graewyn

Modern invented name

 

Granetta

Invented name

 

Grania

Irish origin, meaning: The loved one

 

Grecia

Spanish origin, meaning: Greece

 

Greeley

English origin, meaning: From the gray meadow

 

Greenlee

English origin, meaning: Green clearing

 

Greer

Scottish origin, meaning: Watchful

 

Gregoria

Latin origin, meaning: Watchful or vigilant

 

Greige

Color name

 

Greta

German origin, meaning: Pearl

 

Gretchen

German origin, meaning: Pearl

 

Gretel

German origin, meaning: Pearl

 

Grey

English origin, meaning: Gray-haired

 

Gudrun

Norse origin, meaning: God’s secret lore

 

Guinevere

Welsh origin, meaning: Fair, white, and smooth

 

Gunilla

Swedish origin, meaning: Battle maiden

 

Guthrie

Irish Gaelic origin, meaning: Windy place

 

Gwen

Welsh origin, meaning: White, holy

 

Gwenda

Welsh origin, meaning: Fair or good

 

Gwendoline

Welsh origin, meaning: White ring

 

Gwendolyn

Welsh origin, meaning: White ring

 

Gypsy

English origin, meaning: Wanderer

 

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