For whatever my two cents may be worth ... I do know that some surnames in German which begin or end with the letter G make a K sound. For example, one of my family names is Bamberg. But it is originally pronounced Baumbairk. So, Gnagi was probably pronounced as Kaunagy. Anyway, that is my 2 cents.
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