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  • Ghebers
    The name Zoroaster is a Greek rendering of the name Zarathustra. He is known as Zartosht and Zardosht in Persian and Zaratosht in Gujarati. ... In English, an adherent of the faith is commonly called a Zoroastrian or a Zarathustrian. An older expression still used today is Behdin, meaning "The best Religion.
    Meaning: Followers of ancient persian religion Origin: Persian
  • Gheorghe
    Meaning of name Gheorghe. Etymology : Romanian form of GEORGE. Saint : Origin : Romanian.
    Meaning: Earthworker, farmer
  • Gheorghr
    Deriving from the Greek name "Georgios" meaning a farmer, the name was used in Europe throughout the early Christian period, being associated with a martyr of the 3rd century, supposedly killed at Nicomedia in the year 303.
    Meaning: Farmer Origin: Greek
  • Gherardo
    Gerardo is the Spanish and Italian equivalent of Gerard. Gerard in turn comes from an old Frankish personal name rooted in the Germanic language, derived from the components “gār, gēr” meaning 'spear', and “hard” meaning 'brave, hardy'.
    Meaning: Spear hard Origin: English
  • Gherman
    Origin of the name German: Cognate of the German Hermann (soldier, warrior), a name derived from the Old High German Hariman, which is a compounding of the elements hari (army) and man (man). From A World of Baby Names by Teresa Norman.Buy the book.
    Meaning: Soldier, warrior
  • Ghian
    An Italian form of John, which is from the Greek name Ioannes, which comes from the Hebrew name Yochanan meaning "God is gracious".
    Meaning: God is gracious Origin: Italian
  • Ghislaine
    The name Ghislaine is a French baby name. In French the meaning of the name Ghislaine is: A French name derived from the Old German 'gisil', meaning pledge.
    Meaning: Pledge, hostage, nobleoffspring Origin: English
  • Ghoukas
    Meaning: Armenian form of luke Origin: Aramaic