Gearóid - Meaning of Gearóid

What does Gearóid mean?

[ syll. gea-ró-id ] The baby boy name Gearóid is largely used in Irish and its origin is Germanic. The name was first introduced into Ireland at the time of the Norman invasion (1169-1175) led by Strongbow. One of the constables was named Gerald de Windsor, and he had a son named Maurice FitzGerald.

Gearóid is an Irish variant transcription of the name Gerald (English and German).

Gearóid is also an Irish variant transcription of the name Gerard (English, French, and Dutch).

The name Gearalt (Irish) is a variant transcription of Gearóid.

Variant forms inherit the origin and meaning of Gearóid.

See also the related categories, norman, son (heir), germanic (german), and irish.

Gearóid is not often used as a baby boy name. It is not listed within the top 1000. Out of the family of boy names directly related to Gearóid, Gerald was the most frequently used in 2018.

Baby names that sound like Gearóid include Garrity, Garuda, Garyth, Gearoid, Gherardo, Gogartee, Gogartey, Gogarti, Gogartie, Gogarty, Gurudatta, Garad, Gared, Garet, Gareth, Garett, Garith, Garod, Garrad, and Garrard.

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