Other Origin(s):Arabic, Hebrew
Meaning:Cut, hewn stone; of Giza, Egypt; Pledge; Hostage
Giza is a feminine name with German, Arabic, and Hebrew roots. One translation is “cut, hewn stone,” reminding baby that their future is theirs to hone and mold the way they want. With this connection to building from stone, Giza may also remind you of the Pyramids of Giza, a breathtaking site in Egypt. If you want to make sure baby knows how much you love them, Giza can also come from the German name Giselle, meaning “pledge” or “hostage.” If you want to remind baby that they’re holding your heart hostage and you always promise your love for them, the name Gia will do the trick.
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