Other Origin(s):Gaelic, Scottish
Graye is a charming masculine name of English origin. It is related to the more popular moniker Grayson and might be found most often as a surname. Meaning “gray-haired,” it has Scottish roots and first came from a nickname given to people in the Boernician tribe. Graye is believed to come from the Gaelic word riabhach which means gray. While this name has quite a varied background, it most certainly leaves room for baby to make it their own.
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