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381 George Shakespearean 'Henry VI, Part 2' George Bevis. 'King Henry the Sixth, Part III' George, son of Richard Plantagenet and afterwards Duke of Clarence. 'King Richard III', George, Duke of Clarence, brother to Edward IV. M
382 Georges Greek Farmer. M
383 Georget Greek Farmer. M
384 Georgie English A diminutive of George, meaning tiller of the soil, or farmer. M
385 Georgio Italian Italian form of George 'farmer'. M
386 Geovani Italian Variant of John 'God has shown favor.' See also Jovan. M
387 Geovanni Italian Variant of John 'God has shown favor.' See also Jovan. M
388 Geovanny Italian Variant of John 'God has shown favor.' See also Jovan. M
389 Geovany Italian Variant of John 'God has shown favor.' See also Jovan. M

390 Gera Biblical Pilgrimage, combat, dispute. M
391 Geraghty Irish From the court. M
392 Geraint Anglo-Saxon Name of a king. M
393 Geraint ArthurianLegend The Arthurian legendary Geraint was Enid's husband. M
394 Geraint Welsh A variant of the Latin Gerontius, from the Greek 'geron' meaning old. Famous bearer: Welsh opera singer Sir Geraint Evans. M
395 Gerald English Ruling spear. Introduced into Britain from Germany during the Norman Conquest. Famous bearer: medieval Welsh writer and clergyman Gerald of Wales. M
396 Gerald German From an Old German name derived from 'ger' meaning spear, and 'vald' meaning rule. M
397 Gerald Teutonic Spear strength. M
398 Geraldo Spanish Rules by the spear. M
399 Geralt Irish Fanner. M
400 Gerar Biblical Pilgrimage, combat, dispute. M