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The media has a way of presenting information in the most interesting, and sometimes least accurate, manner possible. The following ten things about boy names that start with G are not only interesting but also true!
1) George – This is the quintessential name for royalty. George Washington was our first president and Prince George is third in line to inherit the English throne.
2) Gilbert – In Germanic languages, Gil means “pledge” or “hostage.” It’s easy to see why this would be an appropriate name for someone who pledges allegiance to their country during wartime.
3) Garrett – Which do you like better: Gary or Garrett? I think this one might be up to personal preference because they sound just about the same.
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Guess how many G names there are on this list?
Well, it’s 12. What about H names that start with an A: only one! And just two I names at the top of the alphabet I and J. These numbers don’t lie; for some reason, “A” to “J” letters have been neglected by parents in favor of all those Xs and Ys out there.
Girls with names that start with G tend to be more successful than boys.
If you want your son’s name to sound like a girl’s, go for a letter before the “G.”
A lot of girls’ names end in -a but not many boys’. The only boy name ending on this note is Gabriel. What about Gabriela?
Gabriel has two different pronunciations: one given by Webster’s dictionary and another from Cambridge University Press. If you speak English as a second language, which pronunciation should we use when reading aloud?
The media claims there are no notable people who have “girl” or “-ella” endings on their first name, but that’s not true.
There are plenty of women with names ending in “-a” or “ella.”
Think outside the box when it comes to naming your son, and don’t be afraid to add some pizzazz!
The media has been telling you what to name your sons for decades.
Parents have always given their children common names like John and William. But we’ve finally come to a point where people are starting to branch out and give their kids more creative, distinctive, descriptive first names.
Here are 11 surprising things the media hasn’t told you about boy names that start with G:
People think “girl” endings make boys seem soft or feminine, but they don’t! Gabrielle Miller was the youngest person in history to summit Mount Everest.
Gaea is the Greek goddess of Earth, and Gaia was a daughter in Ancient Greece who gave her name to our planet.
The male form of Gail can be spelled with either an A or E so it’s gender neutral! Name your son this if he’s not sure what he wants his gender identity to be when they grow up.