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1. GABRIEL From Hebrew name Gabriel, consisting of geber "man", "male" and el "god" i.e. "god-man", "godlike man". This name is spread among all the Christian nations. In Armenia it is in use since VIII 0.3 KB
2. GAD From Hebrew name Gad which means "happiness". It was in use in V-VI centuries, now it is forgotten. We also have the name Gadisho, formed from this name meaning "Jesus' destiny".
3. GAGIK From Assyrian name Gag + ik Armenian suffix. The name Gag is out of use though Gagik is very common.
4. GALUST From Armenian word galust "arrival", "coming near". It is still in use. The short forms are Galo, Gale; the corresponding surnames are Galstyan, Galoyan.
5. GAMAR From Arabian gamer "moon", i.e. "light person". It is a rare name now.
6. GANJUM From Persian ganjum "my treasure" We also have the surname Ganjumyan.
7. GAREGIN Was very popular in IV-V c. Then it was forgotten for a while to revive again. As this name is not found in other languages it is supposed to come from Old Arm. Its meaning is not established. 0.3 KB
8. GARNIK From Armenian garn "lamb"+ ik diminutive suffix. This name was given to modest, obedient people. We also have the surname Garnikyan.
9. GARSEVAN Was very common especially in Shirak villages. It is a rare name now. The short form is Garso, the corresponding surname is Garsevanyan.
10. GASPAR Is the name of one of the biblical priests and it is used by many Christian nations. In Armenia it became popular in XIII-XV centuries. The short form is Gspe, the surname is Gasparyan.
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