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German Names

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Here are some German Names that we went over when we were naming our baby girls. We had a hard time but were happy when we found the perfect French name. Boys and girls German Names are below

  • Werther: old high german name composed of the elements wert "worthy" and heri "army," hence "worthy army."
  • Wibeke: feminine form of german wiebe, meaning "war."
  • Freida: variant spelling of german frieda, meaning "peaceful ruler." compare with another form of freida.
  • Karla: feminine form of german karl, meaning "man."
  • Pankraz: german form of latin pancratius, meaning "all power."
  • Käthe: pet form of german kätharina, meaning "pure."
  • Sascha: german form of russian unisex sasha, meaning "defender of mankind."
  • Aldman: german name meaning "old man."
  • Marko: serbian and slovene form of greek markos, meaning "defense" or "of the sea." also in use by the basques, bulgarians, dutch, finnish, germans, and romani. Compare with another form of marko.
  • Immanuel: anglicized form of hebrew immanuw'el, meaning "god is with us." in the bible, this is the name of the promised messiah as prophesied byisaiah. This form is also used in germany.

  • Kiefer: german surname transferred to forename use, derived from the word kiefer, a blend of kien and forhe, both meaning "pine tree."
  • Kurt: pet form of german konrad, meaning "bold counsel." compare with another form of kurt.
  • Faramund: german name composed of the elements fara "journey" and mund "protection," hence "journey protection."
  • Heimbrecht: old high german name composed of the elements heim "home" and brecht "bright, illustrious," hence "bright home."
  • Ermelinda: variant spelling of german irmalinda, meaning "wholly gentle."
  • Gudrun: german and scandinavian form of old norse guðrun, meaning "divine rune."
  • Ebbe: pet form of german eberhard, meaning "strong as a boar."
  • Wolf: german and jewish name, meaning "wolf." compare with another form of wolf.
  • Brunhild: old high german form of old norse brynhildr, meaning "armored warrior woman." 
  • Didi: pet form of german dieter, meaning "warrior of the people." compare with feminine didi.
  • Wilhelm: contracted form of old high german willahelm, meaning "will-helmet." 
  • Armen: possibly a variant spelling of german armin, meaning "army man." compare with another form of armen.
  • Friedhold: german name composed of the elements frid "peace" and wald "rule, power," hence "peaceful ruler."
  • Hrodland: old high german name composed of the elements hrod "famous" and land "land," hence "famous land."
  • Erdmann: altered form of german hartmann, meaning "strong-man," however in the 17th century the first element of the name became associated with german erde "earth" giving it the meaning "earth-man." 
  • Arndt: short form of german arnwald, meaning "eagle power."
  • Hrodulf: contracted form of old high german hrodwulf, meaning "famous wolf."
  • Lilo: pet form of german lieselotte, meaning "god is my oath." compare with another form of lilo.

  • Renate: dutch and german form of latin renata, meaning "reborn."
  • Anneliese: german compound name composed of french anne "favor; grace" and liese "god is my oath."
  • Aldrich: old high german name composed of the elements ald "old" and ric "power; rule," hence "old ruler; long time ruler." compare with another form of aldrich.
  • Cäcilia: german form of latin cæcilia, meaning "blind." 
  • Odelia: variant spelling of german odilia, meaning "wealthy." compare with another form of odelia.
  • Klara: german form of latin clara, meaning "clear, bright." compare with other forms of klara.
  • Reimund: a derivative of frankish german raginmund, meaning "wise protector."
  • Huppert: contracted form of german hupprecht, meaning "bright heart/mind/spirit."
  • Rudolf: modern form of old high german hrodwulf, meaning "famous wolf."
  • Adalric: old high german name composed of the elements adal "noble" and ric "ruler," hence "noble ruler."
  • Heribert: old high german name composed of the elements hari/heri "army" and berht "bright, famous," hence "bright army."
  • Achmed: german form of arabic ahmed, meaning "praiseworthy."
  • Wolfram: german name composed of the elements wulf "wolf" and hramn "raven," hence "wolf-raven."
  • Eugen: german, romanian and swiss form of greek eugenios, meaning "well born."
  • Kristen: german form of french christine, meaning "believer" or "follower of christ."
  • Rainer: a derivative of german reginar, meaning "wise warrior."
  • Gertrude: german name composed of the elements ger "spear" and þruþ "strength," hence "spear strength."
  • Viktoria: german and scandinavian form of roman latin victoria, meaning "conqueror" or "victory."
  • Anneke: short form of low german anneken, meaning "favor; grace."
  • Else: pet form of german elsabeth, meaning "god is my oath." 
  • Reinhard: contracted form of german reginhard, meaning "wise and strong."
  • Bathild: old high german name composed of the elements batu "fight, thrust" and hild "battle," hence "fight-battle." 
  • Adalhaid: old high german name composed of the elements adal "noble" and haidu "kind, sort," hence "noble sort."
  • Heinz: pet form of old high german heinrich, meaning "home-ruler."
  • Hella: pet form of german helene, probably meaning "torch." compare with another form of hella.
  • Gisa: pet form of german gisela, meaning "pledge, hostage, noble offspring." compare with another form of gisa.
  • Lora: german form of latin laura, meaning "laurel." compare with another form of lora.

  • Karlene: pet form of german karla, meaning "man."
  • Gisela: feminine form of german gisil, meaning "pledge, hostage, noble offspring."
  • Hartman: variant spelling of old german hartmann, meaning "strong-man."
  • Jörg: german form of latin georgius, meaning "earth-worker, farmer."
  • Magdalene: english and german form of greek magdal?N?, meaning "of magdala." in the bible, this is the name of a woman who was cleansed of sin by jesus and remained with him throughout his ministry, and witnessed his crucifixion and resurrection. 
  • Reino: variant spelling of german rein, meaning "wise." in use by the danish, finnish and norwegians.
  • Waldemar: german form of slavic vladimir, meaning "peaceful ruler."
  • Liese: pet form of german elisabeth, meaning "god is my oath." 
  • Kunibert: german name composed of the elements kuoni "brave" and berhaht "bright," hence "brave-bright."
  • Harman: german name composed of the elements hardi "bold; hardy," and man "man," hence "bold/hardy man."
  • Brickel: south german byname related to the word bröckel, a diminutive of brocken "chunk," hence "little chunk," denoting a short stocky person.
  • Albrekt: low german form of old high german albrecht, meaning "bright nobility."
  • Amalric: variant spelling of old german amaliric, meaning "work-power."
  • Ottilia: feminine form of german otto, meaning "wealthy."
  • Valda: old high german name derived from the word waltan, meaning "power, rule." 
  • Bärbel: german form of greek barbara, meaning "foreign; strange."
  • Moritz: german form of roman latin maurice, meaning "dark-skinned; moor."
  • Detlef: old german name composed of the elements þeud "people" and leib "heritage," hence "people's heritage."
  • Vergil: german name derived from latin vergilius, possibly meaning "flourishing." compare with another form of vergil.
  • Ros: short form of german rosamund, meaning "horse-protection." compare with another form of ros.
  • Liutpold: variant spelling of old high german liutpold, meaning "people-bold."
  • Verena: swiss and german name, possibly derived from latin vereri, meaning "to fear, to respect."

  • Ivo: variant spelling of german yvo, meaning "yew tree." used infrequently by the english.
  • Herrick: german surname transferred to forename use, originally a personal name composed of the elements hari/heri "army" and ric "power," hence "army power."
  • Marten: low german form of latin martinus, meaning "of/like mars."
  • Freddercke: frisian form of old high german frideric, meaning "peaceful ruler."
  • Leonhardt: variant form of old high german lewenhart, meaning "lion-strong."
  • Ahlf: pet form of german adolf, meaning "noble wolf."
  • Albirich: old high german name composed of the elements alf "elf" and ric "power, rule," hence "elf ruler." 
  • Reinhilde: german name composed of the elements regin "advice, decision, counsel" and hild "battle," hence "battle counsel."
  • Dietrich: old high german form of visigothic theodereiks, meaning "first of the people; king of nations."
  • Swanhilda: low german form of german swanhild, meaning "swan battle."
  • Anselm: german name composed of the elements ans "god, divinity" and helm "helmet; protection," hence "divine helmet."
  • Walthere: variant spelling of old high german walthari, meaning "ruler of the army."
  • Wilbert: german equivalent of anglo-saxon wilbeorht, composed of the elements will "desire, will" and beraht "bright," hence "will-bright."
  • Hraban: germanic name derived from the word hraban, meaning "raven."
  • Avis: old german nickname, possibly meaning "refuge in war." compare with another form of avis.

  • Senta: pet form of german kreszentia, meaning "to spring up, grow, thrive."
  • Katarine: german form of greek aikaterine, meaning "pure."
  • Englebert: variant spelling of german engelbert, meaning "bright angel." but see engel.
  • Gervas: old german name composed of the elements ger "spear" and vass "servant," hence "spear-servant."
  • Berndt: variant spelling of low german bernd, meaning "bold as a bear."
  • Sabine: french and german form of roman latin sabina, meaning "sabine; a follower of another religion."
  • Gabriele: german feminine form of latin gabrielus, meaning "man of god" or "warrior of god."
  • Heiko: pet form of old high german heinrich, meaning "home-ruler."
  • Vinzenz: german form of latin vincentius, meaning "conquering."
  • Brigitte: french and german form of irish gaelic bríghid, meaning "exalted one."
  • Gitta: german short form of french/german brigitte, meaning "exalted one."
  • Mette: low german form of gothic mahthildis, meaning "mighty in battle."
  • Rein: short form of german names beginning with rein-, meaning "wise."
  • Eckhard: german name composed of the elements ek/eg "edge, point" and hard "brave, hardy, strong," hence "strong edge."
  • Ottokar: german form of gothic odovacar, meaning "watchful of wealth."
  • Meta: short form of german margarete, meaning "pearl."
  • Adelinde: variant spelling of old high german adelinda, meaning "noble serpent."
  • Amalie: variant spelling of german amalia, meaning "work."
  • Alric: variant spelling of german alrich, meaning "all-powerful; ruler of all."
  • Landoberct: variant form of german landebert, meaning "land-bright." 
  • Luther: german name composed of the elements liut "people" and heri "army, warrior," hence "people's army."
  • Velten: german form of latin valentinus, meaning "healthy, strong."
  • Heimo: variant spelling of german haimo, meaning "home."
  • Raginwald: old frankish german name composed of the elements ragin "advice, counsel" and wald "power," hence "wise ruler."
  • Helmuth: variant spelling of german helmut, meaning "helmet-courage."
  • Lorenz: german form of roman latin laurentius, meaning "of laurentum."
  • Lies: variant spelling of german liese, meaning "god is my oath." 
  • Rupprecht: variant form of german hrodebert, meaning "bright fame."
  • Johann: german name derived from latin johannes, meaning "god is gracious."
  • Emilie: german form of latin emilia, meaning "rival."
  • Tjark: frisian name derived from low german diederick, meaning "first of the people; king of nations."
  • Hermann: german name composed of the elements heri/hari "army" and man "man," hence "army man."
  • Hlodovic: variant form of old high german hludowig, meaning "famous warrior." 
  • Annaliesa: variant spelling of german anneliese, meaning "favor; grace" and "god is my oath."
  • Emil: german and scandinavian name derived from latin æmilius, meaning "rival." in use by the english.

  • Markus: german form of latin marcus, meaning "defense" or "of the sea." compare with another form of markus.
  • Gerwulf: german name composed of the elements ger "spear" and wulf "wolf," hence "spear-wolf."
  • Adelulf: variant spelling of old high german adalwulf, meaning "noble wolf."
  • Eckehard: variant spelling of german eckhard, meaning "strong edge."
  • Ottila: variant spelling of german ottilia, meaning "wealthy."
  • Ercanbald: old german name composed of the elements ercan "genuine" and bald "bold," hence "genuine courage."
  • Konstantin: german form of roman latin constantine, meaning "steadfast." compare with other forms of konstantin.
  • Manfrid: variant spelling of german manfred, meaning "strong peace."
  • Bardulf: contracted form of german bardawulf, meaning "bright wolf."
  • Mine: short form of german wilhelmine, meaning "will-helmet."
  • Bernd: contracted form of low german berend, meaning "bold as a bear."
  • Friedemann: german name composed of the elements frid "peace" and man "man," hence "man of peace."
  • Bertilda: old german name composed of the elements berht "bright" and hild "battle," hence "bright battle maid."
  • Elisa: pet form of german elisabeth, meaning "god is my oath."
  • Addler: variant spelling of german adler, meaning "eagle."
  • Carl: older spelling of german karl, meaning "man." 
  • Agata: german, swedish and slovene form of latin agatha, meaning "good." 
  • Ansgar: old high german name composed of the elements ans "god" and gar "spear," hence "god-spear." equivalent to old norse ásgeirr.
  • Dederick: variant form of old high german diedrich, meaning "first of the people; king of nations."
  • Adelmar: variant spelling of old high german adalmar, meaning "nobly famous."
  • Kreszenz: short form of german kreszentia, meaning "to spring up, grow, thrive."
  • Berend: low german form of old high german bernhard, meaning "bold as a bear."
  • Reto: german name meaning "of rhaetia," a region in eastern switzerland.
  • Gotthold: old high german name composed of the elements got "god" and hold "lovely, splendid," hence "divine splendor."
  • Gomeric: old german name, meaning "man-power."
  • Killian: variant spelling of german kilian, meaning "little warrior." compare with another form of killian.
  • Engelbert: old german name probably composed of the elements engel "angel" (but see engel) and berht "bright, famous," hence "bright angel."
  • Rüdiger: variant form of old high german hrodgar, meaning "famous spear."
  • Erma: variant spelling of german irma, meaning "entire, whole."
  • Wilma: contracted form of german wilhelmina, meaning "will-helmet." compare with another form of wilma.
  • Wilhelmina: feminine form of german wilhelm, meaning "will-helmet."
  • Adala: old german name derived from adal, meaning "noble." 

  • Schwanhild: variant spelling of german swanhild, meaning "swan battle."
  • Kirsa: old germanic name meaning "cherry."
  • Rickert: low german form of old high german ricohard, meaning "powerful ruler."
  • Sigiswald: old high german name composed of the elements sige "victory" and wald "rule," hence "victory rule."
  • Wenzel: medieval contracted form of german wenzeslaus, meaning "more glory."
  • Franziska: feminine form of german franz, meaning "french."
  • Sigi: pet form of old high german siegfried, meaning "victory-peace." compare with feminine sigi. 
  • Isaak (russian: ?????): german and russian form of greek isaák, meaning "he will laugh." 
  • Erna: feminine form of german ernust, meaning "battle (to the death), serious business." compare with another form of erna.
  • Swanhilde: variant spelling of low german swanhilda, meaning "swan battle."
  • Helma: short form of german wilhelmina, meaning "will-helmet."
  • Athala: old german name meaning "noble."
  • Minnie: pet form of german wilhelmina, meaning "will-helmet."
  • Helmfried: german name composed of the elements helm "helmet" and frid "peace," hence "helmet-peace."
  • Wilda: german surname transferred to forename use, meaning "wild." compare with another form of wilda.
  • Adelonda: variant spelling of old high german adelinda, meaning "noble serpent."
  • Ebner: originally a german byname for someone who lived on a plateau, from eben "plateau" and the suffix -er denoting an inhabitant, it is now considered a german form of hebrew abner, meaning "father of light."
  • Poldie: variant spelling of german poldi, meaning "people-bold."
  • Ansobert: old high german name composed of the elements ans "divine, god" and bert "bright," hence "god-bright."
  • Herbert: modern german form of old high german heribert, meaning "bright army." 
  • Jeremius: german latinized form of greek ieremias, meaning "jehovah casts forth" or "jehovah hurls." 
  • Arnwald: frankish german name composed of the elements aro "eagle" and wald "power, ruler, wield," hence "eagle power."
  • Elisabeth: german form of greek elisabet, meaning "god is my oath." compare with another form of elisabeth.
  • Valentin: german form of latin valentinus, meaning "healthy, strong." compare with other forms of valentin.

  • Ivonne: german form of french yvette, meaning "yew tree."
  • Gisfrid: medieval german name composed of the elements gisel "pledge" and fried "peace," hence "pledge of peace."
  • Irmalinda: old german name composed of the elements irmen "entire, whole" and lint "soft, tender," hence "entirely gentle."
  • Florenz: german form of latin florentius, meaning "blossoming."
  • Uwe: german form of scandinavian ove, meaning "little edge." 
  • Karsten: variant spelling of german carsten, meaning "believer" or "follower of christ."
  • Kaiser: german form of roman latin cæsar, meaning "severed." 
  • Amaliric: old german name composed of the elements amal "labor, work," and ric "ruler," hence "work-power."
  • Reinmund: contracted form of german reginmund, meaning "wise protector."
  • Elldrich: variant form of german aldrick, meaning "old ruler; long time ruler."
  • Rötger: low german form of old high german hrotger, meaning "famous spear."
  • Filabert: medieval german name composed of the elements fila "much" and berht "bright, famous," hence "very bright."
  • Aloïs: german name derived from latin aloisius, meaning "famous warrior."
  • Walther: variant spelling of old high german walthere, meaning "ruler of the army." in use by the romani.
  • Sigi: pet form of german sieglinde, meaning "gentle battle." compare with masculine sigi.
  • Anne-marie: variant spelling of german annemarie, meaning "favor; grace," and "obstinate, rebellious."
  • Sascha: german form of russian unisex sasha, meaning "defender of mankind." 
  • Edsel: variant spelling of german etzel, possibly meaning "father." compare with another form of edsel.
  • Leberecht: german name composed of the elements lebe "live" and recht "right," hence "live right."
  • Zelda: short form of german griselda, meaning "gray battle maid." compare with another form of zelda.
  • Minna: variant spelling of german mina, meaning "will-helmet."
  • Gerlinde: german name composed of the elements geri "spear" and lind "soft, tender, weak," hence "soft spear."
  • Modern north german contracted form of old german rudolf, meaning "famous wolf."
  • Bernhard: old high german name composed of the elements bero "bear" and hard "brave, hardy, strong," hence "bold as a bear."

  • Gebhard: old high german name composed of the elements geb/gib "gift" and hard "brave, hardy, strong," hence "gift of strength."
  • Parsifal: variant spelling of german parzifal, meaning "pierced valley."
  • Ricarda: feminine form of spanish ricardo, meaning "powerful ruler." used mostly in germany.
  • Helfgott: german name composed of the elements helf/hilf "help" and gott "god," hence "help of god."
  • Hannelore: german compound name composed of hanne "god is gracious" and eleonore "foreign; the other." 
  • Helene: german form of greek helén?, probably meaning "torch."
  • Frieda: pet form of german friederike, meaning "peaceful ruler."
  • Annikin: variant spelling of low german anniken, meaning "favor; grace."
  • Eleonore: german form of french eléonore, meaning "foreign; the other."
  • Baldric: old high german name composed of the elements bald "bold, brave" and ric "power, rule," hence "bold ruler."
  • Ortrun: german name composed of the elements ort "point" and rún "rune, secret," hence "point-rune."
  • Kerstin: low german form of latin christina, meaning "believer" or "follower of christ." compare with another form of kerstin.
  • Anton: german form of greek antonios, possibly meaning "invaluable." compare with other forms of anton.
  • Lili: pet form of german elisabeth, meaning "god is my oath." compare with other forms of lili.
  • Bonifaz: german form of latin bonifatius, meaning "good destiny/fate." 
  • Ignatz: german form of latin ignatius, possibly meaning "unknowing." it is interesting to note that the word nazi originated as a short form of ignatzand was used colloquially as a byname for a foolish or awkward person.
  • Waldheri: variant spelling of old high german walthari, meaning "ruler of the army." 
  • Leutpald: variant spelling of old high german liutpold, meaning "people-bold."
  • Rosamund: german name composed of the elements hros "horse" and mund "protection," hence "horse-protection."
  • Klemens: danish, german, polish and swedish form of greek klementos, meaning "gentle and merciful."

  • Irmingild: german variant spelling of teutonic ermingild, meaning "all-giving."
  • Jurian: low german form of latin georgius, meaning "earth-worker, farmer."
  • Siegbert: old high german name composed of the elements sige "victory" and berht "bright," hence "bright victory."
  • Adelbrecht: variant spelling of old high german adalbrecht, meaning "bright nobility."
  • Jochem: dutch and german form of hebrew yehowyaqiym, meaning "jehovah raises up." 
  • Willerich: old high german name composed of the elements willo "desire, will" and ric "power, rule," hence "will-power."
  • Sofie: dutch and german form of french sophie, meaning "wisdom." 
  • Utz: pet form of german ulrich, meaning "prosperity and power." compare with another form of utz.
  • Lubbert: german surname transferred to forename use, derived from the personal name liutbert, meaning "people-bright."
  • Kasimir: german form of polish kazimierz, meaning "commands peace."
  • Sieghard: old high german name composed of the elements sige "victory" and hard "brave, hardy," hence "hardy victory."
  • Erich: german form of old norse eiríkr, meaning "ever-ruler."
  • Till: short form of german tillo, a pet form of names beginning with diet-, meaning "people, race."
  • Dedrich: variant form of old high german diedrich, meaning "first of the people; king of nations."
  • Hrodrick: variant spelling of old high german hrodric, meaning "famous power." 
  • Alrich: german contracted form of visigothic alaric, meaning "all-powerful; ruler of all."
  • Haimo: old german name meaning "home."
  • Ada: pet form of german names containing the element adal, meaning "noble." compare with other forms of ada.
  • Emmeline: old german name derived from the word amal, meaning "work."
  • Gotthard: variant form of old high german godehard, meaning "god-strong."
  • Adalinda: old high german name composed of the elements adal "noble" and lind "serpent, snake," hence "noble serpent."
  • Clotilda: modern variant spelling of german chlotichilda, meaning "famous battle maid."
  • Bamber: german byname meaning "short and fat." 
  • Grete: short form of german margareta, meaning "pearl." compare with another form of grete.
  • Willafried: old high german name composed of the elements willo "desire, will" and fried "peace," hence "desires peace."
  • Kriemhilde: variant spelling of german kriemhild, meaning "battle mask."
  • Raban: variant spelling of german hraban, meaning "raven."
  • Anneken: low german diminutive form of latin anna, meaning "favor; grace."
  • Loreley: german name composed of the elements lureln "murmuring" and ley "rock," hence "murmuring rock." in folklore, this is the name of a maiden who lived on a rock in the rhine river and lured fishermen to their death with her song.
  • Elke: diminutive form of old high german adalheid, meaning "noble sort." compare with another form of elke.
  • Heilwig: old high german name composed of the elements heil "healthy, whole" and wig "battle, war," hence "healthy battle maid."
  • Parzifal: german form of french percevel, meaning "pierced valley."
  • Niklaus: german form of latin nicolaus, meaning "victor of the people."
  • Siegfrid: variant spelling of old high german siegfried, meaning "victory-peace."
  • Helmfrid: variant spelling of german helmfried, meaning "helmet-peace."
  • Faramond: later spelling of old high german faramund, meaning "journey protection."
  • Lamprecht: variant form of german landoberct, meaning "land-bright."
  • Adalbert: old high german name composed of the elements adal "noble" and bert "bright," hence "bright nobility."
  • Annelien: pet form of german annelie, meaning "favor; grace" and "god is my oath."
  • Hedy: pet form of german hedwig, meaning "contending battle."
  • Stephan: german form of latin stephanus, meaning "crown."
  • Eber: german name meaning "boar." compare with other forms of eber.
  • Emeric: altered form of german almeric, meaning "work-power."
  • Johan: short form of latin johannes, meaning "god is gracious." in use by the czechs, finnish, germans and scandinavians.
  • Melusina: variant spelling of german melusine, meaning either "wonder" or "sea-fog."
  • Ernsta: feminine form of german ernst, meaning "battle (to the death), serious business."
  • Tillo: from low german tielo, a pet form of names beginning with diet-, meaning "people, race."
  • Elfriede: german equivalent of anglo-saxon ælfþryð, meaning "elfin strength." 
  • Isold: a derivative of germanic ishild, meaning "ice battle."
  • Adalmar: old high german name composed of the elements adal "noble" and mari "fame," hence "nobly famous."
  • Bertram: modern german form of old high german berhtram, meaning "bright raven." 
  • Felicie: german feminine form of latin felix, meaning "happy" or "lucky."

 

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