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Origin of the name GAYNOR.
Etymology of the name GAYNOR.
Meaning of the baby name GAYNOR.


GAYNOR.  m.  Irish Anglicized form of Gaelic Fionnbarr, (Irish Names and Surnames, Woulfe, 1906), meaning "fair-headed," from fionn "fair, white" and barr "head, top." (Sermons in Irish-Gaelic, O'Gallagher, 1877).
    Gaynor Cawley, a former Democratic member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. (Wiki)

GAYNOR.  f.  A medieval form of Guinevere (q.v.), meaning "swelling white wave."  Also spelled Ganora and Ganore.
   Gaynor Fairweather, a British professional ballroom dancer.  Gaynor Rowlands (d. 1906), was an English actress, dancer, and singer of Welsh descent.

... Guinever appears as Genever, Jennifer, Gaynor, Gilliver, Gulliver, and the imitative Juniper. (The Romance of Names, Weekley, 1914).


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