Gray is a masculine name of British origin. Its British roots tell us that it was used to describe someone gray-haired and originated from the Boernician clans of the Scottish-English border. The Scottish connection gives us a hint toward its Gaelic origins, where it derived from the word riabhach as a nickname for silver-haired folks. Gray offers a chic, shortened alternative to its sibling Grayson and lets baby stand out with a hint of flash.
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