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801 Grangere English Farmer. M
802 Grani Norse Son of Gunnar. M
803 Grant English 'Bestow' or 'great; tall.' The American General and president Ulysses S. Grant. Surname. M
804 Grant Latin Great. M
805 Grant Scottish Originally a Scottish surname derived from the French 'grand', meaning tall or great. Now common both as a surname and given name. Famous bearer: American President Ulysses S. Grant. M
806 Grantham English From the great meadow. M
807 Grantland English From the large meadow. M
808 Grantley English From the large meadow. M
809 Granville English An English surname based on a French place name, meaning big town. Used both as surname and given name. M

810 Granville French From the large town. M
811 Granwen Welsh Legendary son of Llyr. M
812 Gratian Latin Grateful. M
813 Gratiano Shakespearean 'The Merchant of Venice' Friend to Antonio and Bassanio. 'The Tragedy of Othello' Nobleman of Venice, brother of Brabantio. M
814 Gray English Gray-haired. M
815 Graysen English Gray-haired: son of the Gray family; son of Gregory. M
816 Grayson English Son of the reeve or Gray-haired: son of the Gray family; son of Gregory. M
817 Grayvesone English Son of the reeve. M
818 Greagoir Irish Watchful. M
819 Greeley English From the gray meadow. M
820 Greely English From the gray meadow. M