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  1. #6
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    I like Gregor a lot for G. Taking away the Y just feels more sophisticated.

    Spence, Simeon, Slate, Spire

  2. #8
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    Sorry if I repeat anyone else's suggestions. I would like to use a G name for a boy too, so I have done some research.
    My mother wanted to use an S name for my brother, but didn't like any, and I agree with her. There are not that many good S boy's names.

    Some people think some of these are feminine, but they are all boy to me. They are old-fashioned and I think they could make a comeback.

    G - Galen, Garland, Garnet, Grover (I know, I know, The Muppet - but he is adorable), Gethin, Gendry?
    S - Shaw, Sterling, Sylvan, Stellan, Stedman, Skandar, Stannis?

    I am a huge Game of Thrones fan Gendry and Stannis are character names, but I think they are usable.

  3. #10
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    S: Stetson_Sherwood_Smith_Scottland_Santos_Salem_Silv er

    G: Garnet_Geoffrey_Giovanni_Gold_Golden_Grafton_Grani te_Graydon_Garreck_Garrett_Griffith_Geo/Gio

  4. #12
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    personally like above mentioned Grant and Graham

    other G names:
    Gabriel
    Gavin
    Giovanni
    Gus
    Griffin
    Guy

  5. #14
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    Love all strawberry36 suggestions for G names.

    I thought of some more S names:
    Stefan
    Sherman
    Slade
    Spencer (I saw someone above said Spence, but I personally like Spencer)
    Stewart

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