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841 Gregory Shakespearean 'The Tragedy of Romeo And Juliet' Servant to Capulet. M
842 Gregos Danish Watehful. M
843 Gregos Greek Vigilant. M
844 Gregson English Son of Greg. Surname. M
845 Greguska Czechoslovakian Watchful. M
846 Greid Welsh Legendary son of Eri. M
847 Gremian Anglo-Saxon Enrages. M
848 Gremio Shakespearean 'The Taming of the Shrew' A suitor to Bianca. M
849 Grendel Anglo-Saxon Legend name. M

850 Grenjad Norse Son of Hermund. M
851 Grenville English Variant of Granville: An English surname based on a French place name, meaning big town. Used both as surname and given name. M
852 Grenville French From the large town. M
853 Gresham English From the grazing. M
854 Gretel German Pearl. Abbreviation of Margaret. M
855 Grey English Gray-haired. M
856 Grey Shakespearean 'King Henry V' Sir Thomas Grey, conspirator against the King. 'King Richard III' Lord Grey, son of Edward's Queen. M
857 Greyfell Norse Sigurd's horse. M
858 Greyson English Gray-haired: son of the Gray family; son of Gregory. M
859 Griff Welsh Fighting chief; fierce. The fierce Gryphon of Greek mythology and medieval legend was a creature with foreparts of an eagle and hindquarters of a lion. M
860 Griffen Welsh Fighting chief; fierce. The fierce Gryphon of Greek mythology and medieval legend was a creature with foreparts of an eagle and hindquarters of a lion. Note: This Database is Copyright 2000, Muse Creations Inc. M