Other Origin(s):British, Irish, Norse
Show baby how honorable they are with the prestigious moniker Gervase. Typically masculine, it is of German origin and is derived from the Latin name Gervasius, meaning “a spear.” It was made popular by Saints Gervasius and Protasius of the second century, who are patron saints of Milan and haymakers. Gervase is also a surname with English, Norse, and Irish roots, making for a meaningful choice that honors baby’s heritage.
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