Girls Names G: Meanings, Nicknames


Gwynne and its variants are used for both girls and boys; however, in the USA, it is rarely used for boys


Gwyneth made the Top 1000 American baby girl names in one year alone: it reached No. 956 in 2004


Gwendolyn almost made it to the Top 100 American baby girl names between 1950 and 1953


Gunilla was a popular name in Sweden in the 1940s and ’50s. It is a rare choice for a given name in the 21st century.


In 2012, Guinevere was just as popular as Doris, Joanne, Lourdes and Serafina, with 100 American female births attributed to each name


20% of all female babies born in Iceland in 2012 were named Guðrún, which is pronounced about the same as Gudrun


Guadalupe was a Top 300 American baby girl name between 1992 and 2008, ranking highest in 1997 at No. 210


Griselda first entered the Top 1000 most popular American girl names in 1972 at No. 918. It was last seen on the list in 1999 at No. 999


Gretchen was a Top 300 baby girl name in the USA between 1962 and 1981


98 American girls and 18 American boys were named Greer in 2016


Graciela peaked as a popular American baby girl name at No. 574 in 1998


Grace has always been popular in the USA, both as a first name and as one syllable middle name

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