Name Gaylor - Meaning and origin

Name Gaylor - Meaning and origin

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Origin of first name:

Anglo-Saxons, Hebrews

Meaning of the name:

In its Hebrew origin, the name Gaylor refers to the meaning of "God is my joy".


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His character :

Fluent and persistent, Gaylor focuses more on results than on means. At first glance, he is confident and can take on any challenge. Attracted by power, he does not hesitate to command and direct. Holding fiercely to his independence, he is not guided by any authority unless it is legitimate. Adventurer by nature, Gaylor follows his own passions and easily upsets his habits. Nothing and no one can stand in his way. Guided by his enthusiasm, he constantly aspires to make changes in his life. His entourage sometimes calls him unstable, but he is not. He just needs a lot of amazing adventures and activities to explore all the possibilities for success.

As a child, Gaylor will be talented and happy. Malicious, he will have fun to bother his parents a little with his little lies. Far from being mean, he is the one who will brighten conversations and family celebrations.



His party :

Gaylor being the diminutive Anglo-Saxon Abigail, this name is celebrated on December 29 in memory of Abigail, the wife of Nabal. This biblical figure helped David and predicted a wonderful future for him. The qualities of Abigail having been greatly appreciated by the king, the latter married her on the death of her husband.

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