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Italian first names beginning with the letter G
Italian EtymologyEnglish
Gabdela Ancient name from Asia Minor of unknown etymology. N/A
Gabino Derived from the Latin "Gabinus", name of a Roman people; from Gabium, ancient city in the Lazio region of Italy. N/A
Gabriele Derived from the Aramaic "Geber-El"; hero of God. Found also in the feminine Gabriella. N/A
Gaetano Derived from the Latin "Caietąnus". Name of provenance; from Gaeta, coastal city in southern Lazio, known in antiquity as Gaiéta. N/A
Gaggio Popular name derived from "Gaio" or "Caio"; content, happy N/A
Gaia Feminine variation of Gaio, derived from the Latin "Gaius"; in good humor, content. N/A
Gaiano Derived from the ancient German "Gahi"; vivacious, happy. N/A
Gaio Its origins are from the Latin "Gaius", derived from the Saxon "Gahi"; in good humor, content. N/A
Galata From Greek, latinized as "Galatas"; from Galatia. N/A
Galatea Derived from the Greek "Galątheia"; candor, tranquillity, serenity of spirir. N/A
Galazione Name of ethnic origin; from Galatia. N/A
Galdino From the French "Gaudin", derived from the ancient German "Waltan"; reign, rule over. N/A
Galdo Variation of "Gerard", name of Teutonic origin; strong warrior. N/A
Galeazzo From the Saxon "Gail", happy, content. N/A
Galgano From the Latin "Gallicanus"; from Gaul. N/A
Galileo From the Hebrew "Ghalil"; region, area. N/A
Galla Feminine name of ethnic origin, woman from Gaul. N/A
Gallicano From the Latin "Gallicanus"; from Gaul. N/A
Gallo From the ancient German "Walh", latinized as Gallus; from Gaul. N/A
Gamaliele Name of Hebrew origin, latinized as Gamaliel; camel of God. N/A
Gandolfo Derived from German; wolf, warrior. N/A
Gardo Contracted form of the German "Gerhart" (Gherardo); animated warrior. N/A
Garibaldo Derived from the German "Garubald"; brave warrior. N/A
Garimberto Derived from German; illustrious warrior. N/A
Gaspare From the Persian "Kantschvar", latinized as "Gasparous"; esteemed teacher. N/A
Gastone Variation of "Gascon", name of ethnic origin, from the French; inhabitant of Gascogne. N/A
Gatiano Variation of "Gatiene", who in the ancient French language meant; emigrant. N/A
Gauchero Italian variation of the French "Gaucher"; left-handed. N/A
Gaudenzia Derived from the Latin "gaudere"; to enjoy, to be happy. N/A
Gaudenzio Derived from the Latin "Gaudentius", from the verb "gaudere"; to enjoy, to be happy. N/A
Gaudino Diminutive of Gaudo with the same meaning. N/A
Gaudioso Derived from the Latin "Gaudiņsus"; joyous, happy. N/A
Gaudo Derived from ancient French "Gaud"; throat, neck. N/A
Gaugerico From ancient German, latinized as "Gaugericus"; young warrior. N/A
Gautiero Name of ethnic origin; man from Gotia, ancient locality in Sweden. N/A
Gavino Derived from the Latin "Gabinus", ethnic name; from Gabium, ancient locality in Lazio. N/A
Gedeone From the Hebrew "Ghidh'ņn"; he who breaks, who brings down, therefore strength. N/A
Gelasio Derived from the Greek "Geląsios"; he who shines. N/A
Geltrude Common variation of the name "Gertrude", derived from the Saxon "All" and "Truth"; virgin lance. Found also as Gertrude. N/A
Gemello Derived from the Greek "Didymos"; twin, double. N/A
Geminiano From the Latin "Geminianus", derived from "Geminus"; twin. N/A
Gemino Derived from the Latin "Geminus"; twin, double. N/A
Gemma Derived from the Latin "Gčmma", the button from which the petals of a flower grow, also;precious stone. N/A
Generale Derived from the Latin "Generalis"; universal. N/A
Generosa Feminine form of Generoso; of noble lineage, ancestry. N/A
Generoso Derived from the Latin "Generosus"; of noble lineage, ancestry. N/A
Genesia Feminine form of the Latin "Genesius"; generated. N/A
Genesio Derived from the Greek "Genesios"; he who generates. N/A
Gennadio From the Celtic, born from God. N/A
Gennara Feminine form of Gennaro with the same meaning. N/A
Gennaro Derived from the Latin "Januarius"; dedicated to Janus. N/A
Genoveffa Derived from the Celtic "Genovčva", in French "Genevieve"; with a whit face. N/A
Gentile Derived from the Latin "Gentilis"; he who carries himself nobly. N/A
Genuino From the Greek, latinized as "Genuinus"; natural, genuine. N/A
Genziano Derived from the Latin "Gentianus"; citizen, person. N/A
Genzio Variation of Genziano with the same meaning. N/A
Geraldo Derived from the German "Gerard"; he who rules with a lance. N/A
Gerardo Derived from ancient German "Gņr" and "hart"; strong lance. N/A
Gerasimo From ancient German; builder, smith. N/A
Gerberto Derived from the ancient High German "Ger" and "bert"; shining lance. N/A
Geremaro Derived from ancient German, latinized as "Gerematus"; friend in war. N/A
Geremia Derived from the Hebrew "Jirmejahu"; exultation of the Lord. N/A
Gereone From Greek, latinized as "Gereon"; has three bodies. N/A
Gerino From the Greek; small priest. N/A
Gerlando Ancient ethnic name of Gallic origin; comes from Germany. N/A
Germana Feminine form of the name Germano; sister. N/A
Germanico From ancient German, latinized as "Germamicus"; belonging to Germany. N/A
Germano Derived from the Latin "Germanus"; brother. N/A
Gerolamo Derived from the Greek "Hieronymos"; sacred name. N/A
Geroldo From ancient High German; rules with a lance. N/A
Gerone From Greek, latinized as "Ierone"; priest. N/A
Geronide From Greek, latinized as "Hieronides"; son of the priest. N/A
Geronzio From Greek, latinized as "Gerontes"; old man. N/A
Geroteo From Greek, latinized as "Hierotheus"; sacred to God. N/A
Gersole' Popular name that originated from the contraction of Giovanni in Jerusalem; gift from God. N/A
Gersone From Hebrew; pilgrim. N/A
Gervasio Derived from the ancient German "ger" and "was"; warrior with a sharp lance. N/A
Gesio Derived from the Greek "Josģas"; healed by the Lord. N/A
Gesu' Derived from the Hebrew "Iehoschua"; savior, or God is health. N/A
Gesualdo Derived from the ancient German "Gisowald"; protects with a lance. N/A
Getulio Name of ethnic origin; belonging to the Getulli, ancient tribe from North Africa. N/A
Gherardo From German; ardent lance. N/A
Ghislando From the ancient Celtic "Ghislen", found in the French as "Guillain" or "Ghislain"; founder. N/A
Ghita Diminutive of Margherita, corresponding to the Anglo-Saxon Greta. N/A
Giacinta Feminine form of the Latin "Hyacinthus", name of Greek origin; like a hyacynth. N/A
Giacinto From the ancient Greek "Yąkinthos", species of flower, of unknown etymology. N/A
Giacobbe From the Hebrew "Jaakob", derived from "Jacob-El"; follower of God. Found also as Jacopo and Giacomo. N/A
Giacomina Diminutive feminine form of Giacomo, found also as Jacopa and Jacopina. N/A
Giacomo From the Aramaic "Jaakob"; follower of God. N/A
Giada Derived from the Spanish "Jada"; side. N/A
Giadero Derived from "Jader", ancient name used in Numidia, of uncertain etymology. N/A
Giambattista Dialectical contraction of Giovanni Battista. Abbreviated even more as Baciccia, in the Liguria region. N/A
Giambono Very rare name, born from the union of the name and surname of a bishop from Milan who lived in the VII century. N/A
Gianuario From Latin; of January. Name given to those born in the month of January. N/A
Giasone Derived from the Greek "Jąson", extracted from "Jaomai"; strong, powerful. N/A
Gigliola Derived from the Latin name "Lilius", the lily; beautiful as a lily. N/A
Gilberto From the ancient teutonic "gisal' and "bert"; precious possession. N/A
Gildo From the ancient German "Gild", latinized as "Gildus" or "Gilda"; to be valorous, brave. N/A
Gillo From ancient German; friend, companion. N/A
Ginepro Ancient medieval name; Juniper. N/A
Gineto Common Calabrian variation of "Genesio"; he who generates. N/A
Ginevra Derived from the Celtic "Gwinever"; weaver. N/A
Gioacchina Feminine form of Gioacchino with the same meaning. N/A
Gioacchino Derived from the Hebrew "Jeho-iakin"; God will make you strong. N/A
Giobbe Derived from the Hebrew "Jojņb"; stands up to adversity, to persecution. N/A
Gioberto From the ancient High German "Gaubert"; famous among his people. N/A
Gioconda Feminine form of Giocondo with the same meaning. N/A
Giocondiano Derived from the Latin "Iucundianus"; belonging to Giocondo. N/A
Giocondino Diminutive of Giocondo with the same meaning. N/A
Giocondo Derived from the Latin "Jucundus"; happy, content. N/A
Giodoco Name derived from "Jodocus", latinized form of "Jobst". Originating from Moravia, this name is the combined form of Giovanni and Giacobbe, with the meaning of both names. N/A
Gioele From Hebrew, latinized as Ioel; willing, witness. N/A
Gioia Common feminine name used by the Israelites, derived from the Latin "Gaudia"; full of grace, full of goodwill. N/A
Giona Derived from the Hebrew "Jonah"; dove. N/A
Giordano Derived from the Hebrew "Jor" and "Dan", latinized as "Jordanus"; flows near Dan, ancient biblical city. N/A
Giorgia Feminine form of Giorgio, from the Greek and with the same meaning. Found also as Giorgina. N/A
Giorgio Derived from the Greek "Gheņrghios"; farmer, agricultural. N/A
Giorio Popular variation of Giorgio, used predominantly in the region of Piedmont; farmer. N/A
Giosafatte Derived from the Hebrew "Jehosciafąt"; God judges, God rules. N/A
Giosue' Derived from the Hebrew "Jehoa-Schiuah"; God is the salvation, God saves. N/A
Giovacchino Variation of Gioacchino, derived from ancient Aramaic "Jeho-Iakin"; God will make you strong. N/A
Giovanna From Hebrew, latinized in the masculine as "Ioannes"; gift from God. Found also in the feminine Russian form "Ivana". N/A
Giovanni Derived from the Hebrew "Jōhānān"; gift from God. N/A
Giovenale Derived from the Latin "Iuvenalis"; youthful. N/A
Gioventino From Latin; youthful. N/A
Giovenza Feminine form of Giovenzio with the same meaning. N/A
Giovenzio From Latin, like the name Gioventino; youthful. N/A
Gioviniano From Latin; belonging to Jupiter. N/A
Giovino Derived from the Latin "Iovinus"; belonging to Jupiter. N/A
Giovita From the Latin "Iovita", very old name; young single girl. N/A
Girardo From ancient High German; strong lance. N/A
Giribaldo From ancient High German; loves to be audacious.. N/A
Girolamo Derived from the Greek "Hieronymos"; sacred name. N/A
Gisella From the archaic German "Gisheld"; heroine, female champion. N/A
Gisleno From Celtic; good companion. Found also as Gislero and GIsilario. N/A
Gismondo Derived from the ancient German "Gisemund", variation of Sigismondo; protector of precious possessions. N/A
Giuda Derived from the Aramaic "Jehuda"; dedicated to God. N/A
Giuditta Derived from the Hebrew "Jehudith"; praised. Judith
Giulia Feminine form of Giulio, from the Greek "Ioulos"; woolly, hairy. Julia
Giuliana From Latin; belonging to the Roman class called "Julia". Julianne
Giuliano From the Latin "Julianus". Roman surname; belonging to the Roman class called "Julia". Julian
Giulio From the Latin "Julius", derived from the Greek "Joulus"; woolly, hairy. N/A
Giulitta From the Latin "Iulitta"; happy. N/A
Giuniano Derived from the Latin "Iłnius"; he who is happy. N/A
Giuseppe Derived from the Hebrew "Josef"; raised by God. N/A
Giusta Derived from the Latin "Iuxta"; near, close. N/A
Giustina Feminine form of the Latin name "Iustinus", name commonly used by the Romans; honest, just, proven. N/A
Giustiniano Derived from the Latin, "of Jłstus"; honest, just. N/A
Giustino From the Latin "Justinus"; honest, just. N/A
Giusto From the Latin Adjective "iustus"; proven, honest. N/A
Glafira From Greek, latinized as "Glaphyra"; elegant. N/A
Glauco Derived from the Greek "Glaukos"; scintillating, shining. N/A
Glicera From the Greek "Glykera", derived from "glykys"; sweet, meek. N/A
Glicerio From the Greek "Glykeros", latinized as "Glycerius"; sweet, lovable. N/A
Glicero From the Latin "Glycerius", derived from the Greek "Glykeros"; N/A
Glisente From Celtic; gives love. N/A
Gloria From the same Latin word; universal praise. N/A
Goare From Hebrew, latinized as "Goaris", with unknown etymology. N/A
Gobano Italian variation of the French "Gobain", name of Gaelic origin with unknown etymology. N/A
Godardo From ancient Saxon, latinized as "Godard"; God helps him, he who is helped by God. N/A
Godeardo From ancient German; is powerful thanks to God. N/A
Godeberta Derived from ancient German; is illustrious thanks to God. N/A
Godescalco From ancient Saxon; God's poet. N/A
Godiva From Anglo-Saxon; gift from God. N/A
Godo Truncated form of Godone with the same meaning; gift to God. N/A
Godoleva Ancient name of Belgian origin; she who loves God. N/A
Godolia From ancient Gaelic; God's crown. N/A
Godone Derived from the language of the ancient Franks; gift to God. N/A
Goffredo From the Goth "Guthafriths"; protected by God. N/A
Golia From the Hebrew "Goliat"; exile. N/A
Gomberto From ancient Saxon; noble pilgrim, illustrious traveller. N/A
Gomero From the Celtic "Gomer"; he who enjoys, makes use of. N/A
Gondulfo From ancient High German; warrior wolf. N/A
Gonerio From Celtic; new man. N/A
Gonsalvo Ancient Iberian name derived from the German "Gundisalvus"; come to the aid in battle. N/A
Gontrano From the ancient High German "Gund" and "Hramm"; warrior crow. N/A
Gonzaga Name used in Africa in honor of Sanit Luigi Gonzaga. N/A
Gonzalo From the Teutonic "Gundisalvus", latinized as "Gonsalvus"; comes to the aid in battle. N/A
Gordiano From Greek, latinized as "Gordianus"; from Gordio, locality in Greece. N/A
Gordio From Greek, latinized as "Gordius"; from Gordio, locality in Greece. N/A
Gorgonia From Latin; coral. N/A
Gorgonio From Greek; terrible. N/A
Gosselino Italian variation of the ancient French "Josselin" or "Jocelyn"; from Gothia or of Goth origin. N/A
Gottardo From the ancient German "Gotthard"; strong thanks to God. N/A
Gozzelino Variation of Gosselino with the same meaning. N/A
Graciliano From the Latin "Gracilianus"; delicate, soft. N/A
Gramazio From ancient Danish; writer, scribe. N/A
Grata Feminine form of the Latin "Gratus"; likeable, dear, welcome. N/A
Gratiniano From the Latin "Gratinianus"; he who is grateful. N/A
Grato Derived from the Latin "Grątus"; grateful, dear, welcome. N/A
Grazia From the Latin "Gratia"; likeable, graceful, pleasing. N/A
Graziano From the Latin "Gratianus", derived from "Grątus"; grateful, dear, welcome. N/A
Grazioso Derived from the Latin adjective "gratiosus"; well received, welcome, likeable. N/A
Gregorio From the Greek "Gregņrios", derived from "gregorčin"; awake, alert. N/A
Greta Diminutive of the Scandinavian "Margarethe", corresponding to Margherita with the same meaning; pearl N/A
Grimaldo Modern form of "Grimoaldo", name commonly used in the Middle Ages, derived from ancient German "Grimwald"; he who rules. N/A
Griselda From the ancient German "Grisheld", combination of "Greis" and "Held"; old heroine. N/A
Guala From ancien Saxon; protector, guardian. N/A
Gualberto Derived from the German "Waldobert"; shines throughout the reign. N/A
Gualdechiso From ancient High German; first in nobility. N/A
Gualdrado From ancient Teutonic, latinized as "Gualdradus"; powerful advisor. N/A
Gualfardo From Saxon; protected by the king. N/A
Gualtiero From the ancient German "Walthari", combination of "Walch" and "Mari"; leader of the army. N/A
Guarino From the ancient German "Warin"; protects by defending. N/A
Gudelia From ancient German, latinized as "Gudelia"; good. N/A
Gudula Feminine name of Celtic origin; good, gentle. N/A
Guelfo From the ancient High German "Hwelf"; puppy. N/A
Guendalina Name of Celtic origin; she who has white brows. N/A
Guerrico Derived from ancient Saxon; powerful defender. N/A
Guerrino Variation of "Guarino", derived from the ancient German "Warin"; protects, defends. N/A
Guglielmo From the German "Willihelm"; helmet of the will. N/A
Guiberto Name of provincial origin; famous instructor, illustrious teacher. N/A
Guicciardo Derived from the ancient German "Wichard"; strong, powerful in battle. N/A
Guido Derived from the ancient High German "Wido"; scholarly, learned, erudite. N/A
Guinibaldo Derived from the ancient High German "Winibald"; winner, champion. N/A
Guinzone Name of provincial origin, used in the Middle Ages; wise, knowledgeable. N/A
Guiscardo From the ancient Saxon "Visichart", latinized as "Guiscardus"; strong, robust. N/A
Gumesindo From ancient German, latinized as "Gumesindus"; of ancient powerful lineage. N/A
Gummaro From ancient German, latinized as "Gummarus"; famous in battle. N/A
Gundelinda Derived from ancient German; battle shield. N/A
Gundene From ancient German, latinized as "Gaudenes"; woman warrior. N/A
Guniforto From ancient German, latinized as "Gunifortus"; strong in battle. N/A
Guria From the Celtic, latinized as "Gurias"; impulsive, reckless as a swollen river. N/A
Gustavo From the swedish "Gaut" and "Stafr"; supporter, backer of the Goths. N/A

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