Indian Arts and Culture Sikhism Sikh Baby Names Beginning With G Spiritual Meanings of Names in Sikhism Share Flipboard Email Print Gurpreet Love of the Enlightener. Photo © [S Khalsa] Sikhism Baby Names Origins Sacred Scriptures Life and Culture By Sukhmandir Khalsa Sikhism Expert Sukhmandir Kaur is a Sikh author, educator, and the president of Dharam Khand Sikh Academy. our editorial process Sukhmandir Khalsa Updated June 25, 2019 Like most Indian names, Sikh baby names beginning with G listed here have spiritual meanings. In Sikhism, many names are taken directly from the scripture of Guru Granth Sahib. Others may be traditional Punjabi names. The English spelling of Sikh spiritual names is generally phonetic as they come from the Gurmukhi script. Different spellings may sound the same, but changing the pronunciation of a name would most likely give it a different meaning. Sikh names are can be used for both baby boys and girls, as well for adults of either gender. To make a name for a girl child from this list, add the word Kaur (princess) to the end; all boy's names involve adding Singh (lion) to the end. In addition, spiritual names that begin with G may be used as a prefix and combined with one or more names added as a suffix to create unique Sikh names with distinctive meanings. Sikh Names Beginning With G Gagan - Heavenly skyGagandeep - Heavens LampGaganjot - Heaven's LightGaganpreet - Love of the heavenly skyGaneve - Priceless wealthGiaan - Having divine knowledgeGiaandhiaan - Attentive contemplation of divine knowledgeGiaanpreet - Love of divine knowledgeGian (Gyan) - Disciple of knowledge or divine wisdomGianbhagat - Devotee of divine knowledgeGiandeep - Lamp of knowledgeGiandheer - Steadfast in the wisdom of divine knowledgeGiandhian - Attentivelcontemplation of divine wisdomGianjot - Light of knowledgeGiankeerat, Giankirat - Singing praise of divine knowledge and wisdomGianprem - Love of divine wisdomGianrang - Imbued with divine wisdomGianroop - Embodiment of divine wisdomGianvanth, Gianwant - Filled entirely with divine knowledge and wisdom.Gobind - Epithet of GodGobindrai - Godly princeGopal - Godly protectorGulbhag - BloomGun - Attribute, excellence, merit, quality, virtueGungian - Virtue of knowledgeGunkeerat, Gunkirat - Singing praise of divine excellence and virtueGunjiwan, Gunjeevan - Life of virtueGuneet - Moral ethicGunratan - Jewel of virtueGunteerath - Virtuous places of pilgrimageGuntas - Treasure of Virtuous ExcellenceGunvir - Heroic attributesGur - Enlightening OneGurbachan - Guru's InstructionGurbaj - Guru's falcon, a warrior of the GuruGurbhagat - Guru's devoteeGurbhajan - Guru's devotional hymnsGurbakhsh, Gurbax* - Guru's gift, Enlightener's endowmentGurbani - Guru's wordGurbhej - Sent by the GuruGurbinder - Part of GuruGurbir - Guru's heroGurbodh - Knowledge of the Guru's wordGurcharan - Guru's feetGurchet - Remains aware of the Guru's wordGurdaas - Guru's slaveGurdaman - Guru's skirtGurdarshan - Guru's visionGurdas - Guru's slaveGurdayal - Guru's mercyGurdeep (dip) - Guru's lampGurdev - Enlightening DietyGurdhiaan - Attentive contemplation of GuruGurdial - Guru's kindnessGurdish - Guru's sightGurdit - Guru's giftGurdita, Gurditta - Gift of GuruGurhimmat - Guru's courageGureet - Of (the) GuruGurinder - DeityGuriya - GuidanceGurjaap - Praising the GuruGurjan - Guru's beingGurjant - Guru's graceGurjeet (jit) - Victorious GuruGurjivan - Guru's way of lifeGurjodh - Guru's warriorGurjot - Guru's lightGurlakhsmi, Gurlaxmi* - Guru's fortuneGurka - Belonging to GuruGurkamal - Guru's lotusGurkaram - Blessing of Guru's graceGurkiran - Guru's Ray of lightGurkirat - Guru's praiseGurkirpa - Gurus' KindnessGurkirpal - Guru's merciful protectionGurlaal, Gurlal - Guru's darlingGurleen - Absorbed in GuruGurliv - Love of the EnlightenerGurlok - Enlightener of the world and its peopleGurmail - Guru's friendGurman - Guru's heartGurmander, Gurminder - Guru's templeGurmant - Guru's counselGurmantar - Incantation of Guru's mantraGurmustak - Guru's foreheadGurmeet (mit) - Guru's friendGurmehar, Gurmeher - Guru's chiefGurmej - Guru's place of restGurmilap - Met with GuruGurmohan - Guru's sweetheartGurnaad - Guru's musical vibrationGurneet - Guru's lawGurnek - Guru's noble oneGurnidhan - Guru's treasureGurnihal - Guru's blissGurnirmal - Immaculate GuruGurnivaas, Gurnivas - Guru's abodeGurnoor - Guru's lightGurnyam - Guru's justiceGurnidh - Guru's treasureGurpal - Guru's protectionGurprasad - Blessing of Guru's graceGurpreet - Love of the EnlightenerGurprem - Guru's belovedGurpyar - Love of GuruGurratan - Guru's jewelGurraaj - Guru's kingdomGursaroop - Guru's beautiful imageGursev - Guru's serviceGursevak - Guru's servantGurshaan - Guru's splendorGurshabad - Guru's wordGursharan - Guru's refugeGurtej - Guru's grandeurGursangat - Guru's companionGursajan, Gursajjan - Guru's friendGursandeep - Guru's shining lampGurseetal - Cooled by guru's peaceGursehaj - Guru's peaceful easeGursimran - Guru's remembranceGursurat - Remaining consciously aware of GuruGursohan - Beauty of the GuruGurtaran - Saved or carried by GuruGurupdesh - Guru's teachingsGuruttam - Greatest Guru, or teacherGurvindir - DeityGurzail - Guru's provinceGuru - Enlightener (Gu = dark, Ru = light)Gurubir, Gurvir - Heroic EnlightenerGurudas - Servant to the EnlightenerGurudaas - Servant to the EnlightenerGurudarshan - Vision of the EnlightenerGurudatta - Gift of he EnlightenerGurudev - Enlightening deityGurugun - Virtuous EnlightenerGurugulzar - Garden of the EnlightenerGuruka - Belonging to the EnlightenerGurukar - Creative EnlightenerGurunaam - Name of the EnlightenerGurumandir - Temple of the EnlightenerGurumustuk - Guru's foreheadGurunaamsimran - Remembrance of the Enlightener's NameGurupreet - Love of the EnlightenerGuruprem - Beloved of the EnlightenerGurusimran - Remembrance of the EnlightenerGyan - Knowledge * The combination khs or khsh may be written as X.