'Gérald' can also refer to...

Andrew Reginald Nicholas Gerald Bonaparte Wyse (1870—1940) civil servant

Arthur Gerald Geoghegan (1810—1889)

Aubrey FitzGerald Bell (1881—1950) Portuguese and Spanish scholar

Black Secret Technology (A Guy Called Gerald album)

Charles FitzGerald (1791—1887) naval officer and colonial governor

David fitz Gerald (c. 1106—1176) bishop of St David's.

Desmond FitzGerald (1846—1926)

Desmond, Gerald, 3rd earl of (c. 1338—1398)

Desmond, Gerald FitzGerald, 14th earl of (c. 1533—1583)

Desmond, James FitzGerald, 10th earl of (d. 1529)

Desmond, Thomas FitzGerald, 8th earl of (c. 1426—1468)

Duckworth & Co., Gerald

Earl of Desmond Gerald

Edmund Gerald Dease (1829—1904) landowner and politician

Edward Arthur FitzGerald (1871—1931) mountaineer

Edward Gerald Strutt (1854—1930) agriculturist

FitzGerald (Decies)

Fitzgerald, Gerald, 14th earl of Desmond (c. 1533—1583) nobleman

Fitzgerald, Gerald, 8th earl of Kildare (c. 1457—1513) magnate and administrator

George Gerald Henderson (1862—1942) chemist

George Gerald Stoney (1863—1942) mechanical engineer


Gerald A. McDermott

Gerald Abraham (1904—1988) musicologist

Gerald Abraham Seligman (1886—1973) glaciologist

Gerald Albright

Gerald Alexander Ellison (1910—1992) bishop of London

Gerald Alfred Cock (1887—1973) television executive

Gerald Arpino (1928—2008)


More Like This

Show all results sharing this subject:

  • Opera


Quick Reference

(Delibes: Lakmé). Ten. English officer in India, who trespasses into a sacred grove, sees Lakmé and falls in love with her, thus earning the wrath of her father, a Brahmin priest. Despite his love for Lakmé, Gérald, reminded of his duty as a soldier, returns to his regiment. Lakmé takes poison. Created (1883) by Jean‐Alexandre Talazac.

Subjects: Opera.

Reference entries