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Names starting with Go

Gona - Kurdish name meaning "cheek."
Göran - Swedish form of Greek Georgios, meaning "earth-worker, farmer."
Gorri - Basque name meaning "red."
Goyathlay - Native American Apache name meaning "one who yawns."
Gordon - Scottish surname transferred to forename use, from the name of a place in Berwickshire composed of the Welsh elements gor "spacious" and din "fort," hence "spacious fort." 
Gopal - Hindi myth name composed of the Sanskrit elements go "cow" and pala "protector," hence "cow protector."
Gotto - African Ganda name meaning "crushed; pounded; twisted."
Gogo - Basque name meaning "spirit."
Gozzo - Old German short form of names beginning with gōd "good" or god/got "god."
Goizargi - Basque name composed of the elements goiz "morning" and argi "light," hence "morning light."
Gorou - Japanese name meaning "fifth son."
Golyath - Hebrew name meaning "exile." In the bible, this is the name of a Philistine giant slain by David. A shard of pottery unearthed by archaeologists digging at Tell es-Safi, bears two Proto-Semitic names (alwt and wlt) which are etymologically similar to Hebrew Galyat/Golyat/Golyath. The shard dates to around 950 BC, very close to the time when the bible says Goliath lived. 
Govannon - Variant spelling of Welsh Gofannon, meaning "smith." In mythology, this is the name of a smith god, the son of Dôn.
Godlumthakathi - African Zulu name meaning "holds back the wizard."
Gorka - Basque form of Greek Georgios, meaning "earth-worker, farmer."
Gorgophone - Greek name composed of the elements gorgo "grim" and phonos "murderer, slayer," hence "grim slayer." In mythology, this is the name of a daughter of Perseus.
Godelieve - French feminine form of Old High German Gottlieb, meaning "god-love." In use by the Dutch.
Gobnata - Latin form of Irish Gobnait, possibly meaning "little smith."
Gobnet - Variant spelling of Irish Gobnait, possibly meaning "little smith."
Goito - Spanish pet form of Portuguese/Spanish Gregorio, meaning "watchful; vigilant."
Goizane - Feminine form of Basque Goiz, meaning "morning."
Goizeder - Basque name composed of the elements goiz "morning" and eder "beautiful," hence "beautiful morning."
Gosse - Old French form of German Gozzo, meaning "good" or "god."
Goro - Variant spelling of Japanese Gorou, meaning "fifth son."
Gorria - Feminine form of Basque Gorri, meaning "red."
Gobinet - Variant spelling of Irish Gobnait, possibly meaning "little smith."
Goliath - Anglicized form of Hebrew Golyath, meaning "exile." In the bible, this is the name of a Philistine giant slain by David. A shard of pottery unearthed by archaeologists digging at Tell es-Safi, bears two Proto-Semitic names (alwt and wlt) which are etymologically similar to Hebrew Galyat/Golyat/Golyath. The shard dates to around 950 BC, very close to the time when the bible says Goliath lived. 
Golde -   Feminine form of Old English Golda, meaning "gold."
Golgotha - Greek name derived from Aramaic gûlgalthâ ("skull"), hence "place of the skull." In the bible, this is the name of the place where Jesus was crucified.
Goddard -   Later form of Norman French Godard, meaning "god-strong." 
Gonzalo - Spanish form of Visigothic Gundisalv, meaning "battle genius; war elf."
Goronwy - Welsh name of unknown etymology. In mythology, this is the name of the lover of Blodeuwedd. 
Gorgi - Variant spelling of Macedonian Gjorgji, meaning "earth-worker, farmer."
Gostislav - Slavic form of Teutonic Chustaffus, meaning "meditation staff."
Gormlaith - Old Irish and Scottish Gaelic name composed of the elements gorm "illustrious, splendid" and flaith "lady, princess," hence "illustrious princess" or "splendid lady."
Godric - Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements god "God" and ric "power, rule," hence "divine power" or "power of God."
Goga - Russian Georgi, meaning "earth-worker, farmer."
Gorden - Variant spelling of English Gordon, meaning "spacious fort."
Gorlassar - Old Welsh epithet belonging to Uther Pendragon, possibly meaning "above the blue" or "higher than the sky."
Godheard - Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements god "God" and heard "brave, hardy, strong," hence "god-strong."
Golda - Yiddish name meaning "golden." Compare with masculine Golda.
Godehard - Old High German name composed of the elements guda "God" and hard "brave, hardy, strong," hence "god-strong."
Gogol - Russian name meaning "golden-eyed duck."
Godleva - Latin form of French Godelieve, meaning "god-love."
Gorane - Basque name meaning "exaltation."
Gogil - Variant spelling of Russian Gogol, meaning "golden-eyed duck."
Govind - Hindi myth name composed of the Sanskrit elements go "cow" and vind "finding," hence "cow-finder."
Gorya - Pet form of Russian Yegor, meaning "earth-worker, farmer."
Gopinath - Hindi myth name meaning "leader of the gopis."
Godard - Norman French form of Old High German Godehard, meaning "god-strong."
Godiva - Old English name composed of the elements god "God" and gyfu "gift," hence "gift of God."
Goyo - Spanish pet form of Portuguese/Spanish Gregorio, meaning "watchful; vigilant."
Gobnait - Possibly an Irish feminine diminutive form of Celtic Goibniu, meaning "little smith."
Gordiana - Feminine form of Roman Latin Gordianus, meaning "from Gordium." 
Goibniu - Celtic name derived from the word gobha, meaning "smith." In mythology, this is the name of a god of craftsmanship who provided weapons for the Tuatha De Danaan.
Goratze - Basque name meaning "exaltation."
Gomer - Hebrew unisex name meaning "to finish, to complete." In the bible, this is the name of both the son of Japhet and the wife of the Prophet Hosea.
Gordian - Short form of Roman Gordianus, meaning "from Gordium."
Goryoun - Armenian name meaning "lion cub."
Gotzone - Feminine form of Basque Gotzon, meaning "angel."
Golyat - Variant spelling of Hebrew Golyath, meaning "exile." 
Gotthold - Old High German name composed of the elements got "God" and hold "lovely, splendid," hence "divine splendor."
Gottlieb - Old High German name composed of the elements got "God" and lieb "love," hence "god-love."
Gottlob - Old High German name composed of the elements got "God" and lob "praise," hence "god-praise."
Gotthilf - Old High German name composed of the elements got "God" and helf/hilf "help," hence "god-help."
Gotthard - Variant form of Old High German Godehard, meaning "god-strong."
Gottschalk - Old High German name composed of the elements got "God" and scalc "servant," hence "god-servant."
Gowg - Hebrew name meaning "mountain." In the bible, this is the name of a son of Shemaiah and the name of the prophetic prince of the land of Magog. 
Gofannon - Welsh form of Irish Goibniu, meaning "smith." In mythology, this is the name of a smith god, the son of Dôn.
Gotam - Variant spelling of Hindi Gautam, meaning "the best ox."
Gowad - Variant spelling of Persian Govad, meaning "good wind."
Gotzon - Basque name meaning "angel."
Goiz - Basque name derived from the element goiz, meaning "morning."
Gozo - Basque name meaning "sweet."
Gordianus - Roman name meaning "from Gordium."
Gord - Short form of English Gordon, meaning "spacious fort."
Gowri - Variant spelling of Hindi Gauri, meaning "white."
Gobind - Variant spelling of Hindi Govind, meaning "cow-finder."
Gonca - Turkish form of Persian Ghoncheh, meaning "flower bud."
Gog - Anglicized form of Hebrew Gowg, meaning "mountain." In the bible, this is the name of a son of Shemaiah and the name of the prophetic prince of the land of Magog. In British legend, God and Magog are the names of two giant guardians of London. Geoffrey of Monmouth states that Gogmagog was one giant who was slain by the Cornish hero Corin.
Gonçalo - Portuguese form of Spanish Gonzalo, meaning "battle genius; war elf."
Gonçalvo - Variant spelling of Portuguese Gonçalo, meaning "battle genius; war elf."
Gösta - Pet form of Swedish Gustaf, meaning "meditation staff."
Gobán - Irish name possibly composed of the word gobha and a diminutive suffix, hence "little smith."
Gözde - Turkish name meaning "favorite."
Göker - Turkish name meaning "man of the sky."
Gordana (serbian - Гордана): Croatian and Serbian form of Roman Latin Gordiana, meaning "from Gordium."
Godmær - Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements gōd "good" and mær "famous," hence "good fame."
Gōg - Greek form of Hebrew Gowg, meaning "mountain." In the New Testament bible, this is the name of the king of Magog who will come from the north and attack the land of Israel.
Goibniu - Irish name derived from the word gobha, meaning "smith." In mythology, this is the name of a smith god who provided weapons for the Tuatha De Danaan.
Golda - Old English name meaning "gold." Compare with feminine Golda.
Gomer (hebrew - גּׄמֶר):  English surname transferred to forename use, from a contracted form of Anglo-Saxon Godmær, meaning "good fame."
Gora (russian - Гора):  Basque name meaning "exaltation."
Goran - Serbian name meaning "mountain man."

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