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181 Granwen Welsh Legendary son of Llyr. M
182 Gratian Latin Grateful. M
183 Graysen English Gray-haired: son of the Gray family; son of Gregory. M
184 Grayson English Son of the reeve or Gray-haired: son of the Gray family; son of Gregory. M
185 Green Shakespearean 'King Richard The Second' A favorite of King Richard. M
186 Gregson English Son of Greg. Surname. M
187 Gremian Anglo-Saxon Enrages. M
188 Greyson English Gray-haired: son of the Gray family; son of Gregory. M
189 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

190 Griffin Irish Surname. M
191 Griffin Welsh Strong in faith. M
192 Grindan Anglo-Saxon Sharp. M
193 Gruffen Welsh Fierce lord. M
194 Gruffin Welsh Fierce lord. M
195 Gruffyn Welsh Fierce lord. M
196 Gryphin Welsh Strong in faith. M
197 Gryphon 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
198 Guildenstern Shakespearean 'Hamlet, Prince of Denmark' A courtier. Osric M
199 Guin Gaelic Blond. M
200 Gunn Scottish White. M