MALES:
1.  BRENIN LLWYD: Welsh myth name of
a being believed to inhabit the mountains of
Snowdonia, composed of the names
Brenin "king" and Llwyd "gray-haired," hence
"grey-haired king."

2.  
FLOYD: Variant form of Welsh
Lloyd, meaning "gray-haired."

3.  
GLAUCIA: Roman name derived from the
Latin word glaucus, meaning "bluish-gray."

4.
 GLAUCIO: Portuguese form of Roman Latin
Glaucia, meaning "bluish-gray."

5.  
GRANE: German name meaning "grey-
colored." In Germanic legend, this is the name of
Siegfrid's swift horse.  

6.  
GRAY: English surname transferred to
forename use, from a byname for someone
having gray hair or a beard, from Old English  
græg, meaning "grey."

7.
 GREY: Variant spelling of English Gray,
meaning "grey."

8.  
LLOYD: Welsh surname transferred to
forename use, derived from Celtic
Llwyd, meaning "gray-haired."

9.  
LLWYD: Celtic byname for a "gray-haired"
man, derived from the word llwyd, meaning "gray."

10.  
LOYD: Variant spelling of Welsh Lloyd,
meaning "gray-haired."

11.  
MASICHUVIO: Native American Hopi name
meaning "gray deer."



•FEMALE:
1.  GLAUCIA: Feminine form of Portuguese
Glaucio, meaning "bluish-gray." Compare with
masculine Glaucia.

2.  
GRISELDA: Germanic name composed of
the elements gris "grey" and hild "battle," hence
"grey battle maid."

3.  
GRIZEL: Scottish form of German Griselda,
meaning "grey battle maid."

4.  
LÍADÁIN: Variant spelling of Irish Gaelic
Líadan, meaning "grey lady."

5.  
LIADAN: Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic
Líadan, meaning "grey lady."

6.  
LÍADAN: Irish Gaelic name derived from the
word liath "grey," hence "grey lady." In
legend, this is the name of a poetess.

7.  
ZELDA: (זֶעלְדֶע): Short form of German
Griselda, meaning "gray battle maid." Compare
with another form of Zelda.
Gray names for Moots
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