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1 Gammadims Biblical Dwarfs. F
2 Garmangahis Anglo-Saxon A goddess worshipped in Lanchester. F
3 Genesis Biblical Beginning. F
4 Genesis Hebrew Origin; birth. Genisis is the name of the first book in the Bible. 'Genisia' - the Virgin Mary of Turin - is a protectress invoked against drought in Catholic tradition. F
5 Genisis Hebrew Origin; birth. Genisis is the name of the first book in the Bible. 'Genisia' - the Virgin Mary of Turin - is a protectress invoked against drought in Catholic tradition. F
6 Gergesenes Biblical Those who come from pilgrimage or fight. F
7 Gertrudes Spanish Spanish form of Gertrude: spear. F
8 Gertrudis Spanish Spanish form of Gertrude: spear. F
9 Gijs English Bright. F

10 Gildas Celtic Serves God. F
11 Gizus Teutonic Oath. F
12 Gladis Welsh Variant of Claudia: Lame. F
13 Gladys French Variant of Claudia: A feminine form of Claud, a variant of the Latin Claudium meaning lame. Claudia was mentioned in the book of Timothy in the New Testament, and has been common in the English-speaking world since the 16th century. F
14 Gladys Latin Sword. F
15 Gladys Welsh Derived from the old Welsh name Gwladys, a variant of Claudia, meaning lame. Also derived from the Welsh 'gwledig', meaning territorial ruler. Famous bearer: British actress Dame Gladys Cooper. F
16 Glenis Welsh Variant of Glenda. Fair, good, holy. F
17 Glennis Gaelic From the glen. Valley. F
18 Glenys Welsh Variant of Glenda. Fair, good, holy. F
19 Glinys Welsh Little valley. F
20 Glynis Gaelic From the glen. Valley. F