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Gábor

Recommended namedays: 27 February., 24 March., 29 September.

Gara

Recommended namedays: 06 February., 09 September.

Gáspár

Gécsa

The Gécsa is a Hungarian name from the ages of Árpád. A lot of members of the Türje dynasty used this name as well.
Recommended namedays: 25 February., 26 February., 08 May., 06 August.

Gede

Gedő

Gejza

The Gejza male name is the variant of the Géza. Széchenyi recommended deliberately to use this name in his writing entitled Hitel. Other variant: Geyza.
Recommended nameday: 08 May.

Gellért

Gereben

Recommended nameday: 16 March.

Gergely

Gerjén

The Gerjén is a Hungarian name. It means the oldest brother (in Hunagrian: "legidősebb fiútestvér").
Recommended nameday: 09 October.

Géza

The Géza is an ancient Hungarian name. It probably derives from a Hungarian dignity name. Géza was the son of Taksony, Grand Prince of the Magyars in Hungary and his Pecheneg or Bulgar wife. Géza's marriage with Sarolt, the daughter of Gyula, the prince of Transylvania, was arranged by his father. After his father's death (before 972), Géza followed him as Grand Prince of the Magyars.
Recommended namedays: 25 February., 26 February., 08 May., 06 August.

Gy

Gyárfás

The Gyárfás is an old male name of Hungarian origin. It means old (in Hungarian: "öreg").
Recommended nameday: 10 June.

Gyeke

The Gyeke is an old male name of Hungarian origin. Its meaning is unknown. A village of Transylvania is Gyeke.

Gyenes

Recommended nameday: 02 December.

Gyoma

The Gyoma is a Hungarian male name. Its meaning is unknown.
Recommended nameday: 20 October.

György

Győző

The Győrő male name was thought to be the Hungarian translation of Victor which comes from Latin and means winner but it is a false supposition because Győző is an older word than victor, the Latin word.
Recommended namedays: 26 February., 08 May., 28 July., 03 November.

Gyula

The Gyula male name derives from the old Hungarian gyula word. Under the system of dual leadership which the Magyars used in the 9th century, the two kings of the tribal confederation were the kende (or kündü) and the gyula.
Recommended namedays: 28 January., 12 April., 27 May., 28 June., 01 July.