Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Gretchen"

People with the first name "Gretchen"

Gretchen Adler Gretchen Alford Gretchen Amrien Gretchen Anderson Gretchen Arends Gretchen Arita Gretchen Arndt Gretchen B Lurie Gretchen Barreto Gretchen Barretto Gretchen Boss Gretchen Boughton Gretchen Carlson Gretchen Carr Gretchen Clark Gretchen Conrad Gretchen Crites Gretchen Crowley Gretchen Dascoli Gretchen Duffner Gretchen Duthoy Gretchen E. Berger Gretchen Erickson Gretchen Esoda Gretchen Espinosa Gretchen Forward Gretchen Frazier Gretchen Fullido Gretchen Furber Gretchen Gaebel Gretchen Gamradt Gretchen Garcia Gretchen Geerdes Gretchen Gibbons Gretchen Gossen Gretchen Graham Gretchen Greer Gretchen Gustafson Gretchen Haase Gretchen Hahn Gretchen Haines Gretchen Hall Gretchen Hansen Gretchen Horan Gretchen Hunt Gretchen Imes Gretchen J. Wolf Gretchen Kamp Gretchen Keller Gretchen Knopf Gretchen Koch Gretchen Kramp Gretchen Kreckel Gretchen Kreutz Gretchen L. Reising Gretchen Lantz Gretchen Lim Gretchen Lindner Gretchen Lutz Gretchen M. Hunt Gretchen Matthews Gretchen Mazzera Gretchen McClintock Gretchen Melody Gretchen Montana Gretchen Muth Gretchen Nesmith Gretchen Nua Gretchen Phillips Gretchen Pingley Gretchen Piwinski Gretchen Pohlman Gretchen Prater Gretchen Pratt Gretchen Quinn Gretchen Reinhardt Gretchen Reinhart Gretchen Renee Gretchen Robinson Gretchen Rodriguez Gretchen Rossi Gretchen Rowland Gretchen Schultz Gretchen Sheckler Gretchen Smith Gretchen Spraul Gretchen Staha Gretchen Thompson Gretchen Tiblin Gretchen Toth Gretchen Tuck Gretchen Umholtz Gretchen Unger Gretchen Walter Gretchen Wiest Gretchen Wilde Gretchen Willis Gretchen Young Gretchen Zehner Gretchen Zimmerman
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Information about "Gretchen"

For this Gretchen there are 4775 different names on Yasni.

Most common last names for Gretchen are: Campbell, Nohara, Pol

In the ranking of the most common first names Gretchen is on position 1612.

Meaning of "Gretchen"

Female first name (German): Gretchen, the pearl, Ancient Greek (14 helpers); Margarites = the Pearl (Old High German) as a name taken from the Latin into German, in the Middle Ages spread by the name of the Holy. Margaret of Antioch (3rd and 4th centuries) and the Greek word 'Margarites' is perhaps originally from the Persian with the meaning 'child of light' (according to the presentation of the pearl as a dew-drop, which was changed by moonlight)

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