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Garth

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Gender: Male Meaning of Garth: "groundskeeper, enclosure" Origin of Garth: Norse

The name Garth is a boy's name of Norse origin meaning "groundskeeper, enclosure". Garth and is often added to lists like Musician Baby Names and discussed in our forums with posts like "Baby a Day".

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A name that took on a pronounced country twang via Nashville megastar Garth (born Troyal) Brooks.

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Famous People Named Garth

(Troyal) Garth Brooks, American country music singer
(Eric) Garth Hudson, Canadian musician of The Band
Garth Montgomery Williams, American children's book illustrator
Garth Richard Nix, Australian children's novelist
Garth Ennis, Irish-American comics writer
Garth Howard Drabinsky, Canadian film producer
Graham Douglas "Garth" McKenzie, Australian cricketer
Garth Tander, Australian racing driver
Garth Anthony Crooks, British footballer

Pop Culture References for the name Garth

Garth Algar, character in the Wayne's World series
Garth aka Aqualad and Tempest, character in DC Comics
Garth Fitzgerald IV, character on TV's "Supernatural"
Garth Stubbs, character on British TV show "Birds of a Feather"
Garth Marenghi, character created by comedians Matthew Holness and Richard Ayoade
Garth Volbeck, Charlie Sheen's character in film "Ferris Bueller's Day Off"
"Garth," British comic strip and its main character
Garroth, character in Aphmau's YouTube series
"Lord" Garth of Izar, character on "Star Trek: The Original Series"