The origin of the lovely name Garner is English. The meaning of Garner is 'to gather grain', 'granary', or 'keeper of grain'. It is derived from the French word Gernier, meaning 'granary'. The surname Garner has its origins in Britain's historic Anglo-Saxon civilization. Their surname comes from the baptismal name Garnier. The first record of the surname Garner in its original Latin form, that of Garnerius de Nugent, recorded there between 1170 -1183, was discovered in Rutland. It is widely used in the USA, England, Australia, Canada, and New Zealand. Graner is the name of a small town in North Carolina, Wake County, United States, and a suburb of Raleigh. Jennifer Anne Garner is an American actress best known for the television series 'Alias' (2001), 'The Adam Project' (2022), and 'Yes Day' (2021). James Garner was an American actor best known for 'The Great Escape' (1963) and Paddy Chayefsky's The Americanization Of Emily'. James David Garner is an English professional footballer who played for Premier League side Everton and the England under-21 national team.
Garner is most often associated with the gender: male.
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