US Popularity:4936
Other Origin(s):British, French, Latin
Meaning:Small goat
Give your little one a playful start in life with the youthful and adorable Gyles. Linked to Greek, French, Latin, English, and Irish origins, Gyles comes from the Late Latin Aegidius and the Greek aigidion, meaning "young goat." This later evolved into Gidie and Gilles in France before being introduced to Britain during the Anglo-Saxon period. Gyles, a variant of Giles, is carried by saints, including Giles the Hermit, an 8th-century Greek saint known for performing miracles across Southern France. Regarded as a patron saint of disabled people and an all-round gentle and compassionate soul, Saint Giles may sprinkle some of his kindhearted reputation onto your little Gyles.

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