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Gaylord

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Gender: Male Meaning of Gaylord: "brisk, high-spirited" Origin of Gaylord: French

The name Gaylord is a boy's name of French origin meaning "brisk, high-spirited". Gaylord and discussed in our forums with posts like "Heaven Hell Purgatory: Worst of The Worst".

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Best left on the old southern plantation, sipping his mint julep.

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GenEric Says:

2019-05-01T00:27:43

I have an uncle with this name, but he lives in French speaking Canada.

qhhqw Says:

2018-06-10T23:05:34

my name is jayden

I'm a Banana Says:

2018-04-06T20:12:34

The god of gay.

Miri Says:

2018-02-16T18:30:53

Honestly, I don't hate this name. I wouldn't use it, but I don't find it all that awful.

letmein Says:

2017-12-12T02:28:06

Lmao! Who would name their child that?

Daiseymae Says:

2017-09-28T01:51:42

No.

Piteco Says:

2017-09-13T05:05:51

Worst. Name. Ever.

beachbear Says:

2016-10-29T06:58:05

Am I immature for thinking this name is hilarious?

KassemJ Says:

2015-08-27T04:14:40

Still better than Zayden/Jayden

Guest Says:

2014-12-19T16:58:37

This is the name of a resort in my city. No one ever makes snide remarks about it because that's immature but as a name I wouldn't do that to a kid.

Zoey_Artemisia Says:

2014-12-19T12:11:27

Mean to the extreme

Honoria Says:

2014-10-11T09:51:17

I'd use Evelyn for a son, and Humphrey would make for a perfect middle name - whereas Gertrude is the only thing I can see myself calling a future daughter. But, I'll be the first to admit that Gaylord, in all its antique glory, is off-limits. It truly is a beautiful classic with a negative modern connotation which most likely will not be undone in my lifetime. Which is a shame. Gaylord makes for such a regal name...