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221 Greta Persian Variant of Margaret: Child of light. Famous Bearer: Margaret Thatcher, former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. F
222 Greta Scandinavian Pearl. Abbreviation of Margaret. F
223 Greta Swedish A diminutive of Margaret, meaning pearl. Famous bearer: Swedish actress Greta Garbo. F
224 Gricelda German Gray; gray-haired. Italian author Giovanni Boccaccio used the name for an exceptionally patient fictional wife - thus the expression 'patience of Griselda'. F
225 Gricelda Latin Gray; gray-haired. F
226 Grima Norse Feminine form of Grim. F
227 Grimhilda Norse Mother of Gudrun. F
228 Griselda German From the Old German, meaning 'grey battle' or 'Christian battle'. F
229 Griselda Latin Gray; gray-haired. Italian author Giovanni Boccaccio's used the name for an exceptionally patient wife - thus the expression 'patience of Griselda. F

230 Griselda Teutonic Gray haired heroine. F
231 Grisella German Gray; gray-haired. F
232 Grisella Latin Gray; gray-haired. F
233 Griswalda German From the gray forest. F
234 Grizela Scottish Scottish form of Grizelda: gray haired. F
235 Grizelda Latin Gray; gray-haired. F
236 Groa Norse Gardener. F
237 Gryselda German Gray; gray-haired. Italian author Giovanni Boccaccio's used the name for an exceptionally patient fictional wife - thus the expression 'patience of Griselda. F
238 Gryselda Latin Gray; gray-haired. F
239 Gryta Greek Pearl. F
240 Guanhamara ArthurianLegend Arthur's queen. F