Gilby is an attractive boy's name and is a variant of Gilbey. It is of Irish, Old Norse, and Gaelic origin, and the meaning of Gilby is 'blond boy or estate of the hostage.' Precisely, in Irish, it means blond boy, and in Old Norse, it means pledge. Although Gilby is quite an uncommon name for boys, it is a frequently occurring surname.
It is presumed that people bearing this name have a pioneering spirit. They are highly focused, a natural-born leader, and achievement-oriented. They are accustomed to going through adversity in order to explore new things. It frustrates them to do too many unimportant activities. They are energetic, confident, and can make decisions by themselves. They are also generous humanitarians and a perfectionist. They are fascinating to individuals of various backgrounds and have a universal appeal. They can quickly determine a person's character in a few minutes. But if others don't appreciate their good deeds, they get resentful.
One famous person named Gilby is Gilbert J.' Gilby' Clarke, an American musician, singer, songwriter, and record producer. Few other notable people with the surname Gilby are:
Anthony Gilby (English translator),Helen Gilby (British sprint canoer and marathon canoeist), John Gilby (former New Zealand rower who competed in the 1930 British Empire Games), Fred Gilby (former Australian rules footballer).
Gilby is most often associated with the gender: male.
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Spelling Of Gilby
G-I-L-B-Y, 5-letter male given name.