- a female or male given name: from a Hebrew word meaning “joy.”
Examples from the Web for gail
From writer Gail Simone to artist Fiona Staples, there are incredible women already working in the industry.Wonder Woman Takes a Big Step Back
December 16, 2014
In anticipation of the new series, Gail Simone spoke with The Daily Beast via email.Gail Simone’s Bisexual Catman and the ‘Secret Six’
December 6, 2014
A Rumor of Angels: Quotations for Living, Dying and Letting Goby Gail Perry Johnson and Jill Perry Rabideau.Book Bag: Reading Your Way Out Of Grief
October 16, 2014
He cited Ernst and her husband Gail in his reasons for resignation, specifically for how they had treated Peterson.In 2005, ‘Iowa Nice’ Ernst Helped to Oust Veterans From Local Board After They Opposed Her Candidacy
October 13, 2014
The most vivid memory I have is working on a story about Gail Shollar.When An Adopted Child Won’t Attach
May 2, 2014
She's responsible, and Gail needs looking after among all this bunch, I know.Peggy Stewart at School</p>
Gabrielle E. Jackson
I needed that training as I finally learned Gail's last name.
I entertained Gail and her father at the Embassy, that evening.
I asked as Gail piloted me to a couple of seats where we could be alone.
Get your clothes on, Allee, or Gail will wake before we are started.At the Little Brown House
Ruth Alberta Brown
Word Origin and History for gail
fem. proper name, in some cases short for Abigail, or from the Hebrew root in that name meaning "rejoicing." Attained its greatest popularity in U.S. as a given name for girls born c.1945-1955.