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Page 1/2. 21 Germany names and what they mean, for germany for baby boys, listing 1-20. Here is the list of Germany names for girls.
Bernal .. Sometimes used in English-speaking countries, but more common in Germany.
Bruno .. Used as a name in the ruling families of Germany during the Middle Ages ..
Brunswick .. It was an independent state in pre-unification Germany.
Conrad .. Modern use in the English-speaking world is an import from Germany since the 19th century ..
Danube Geography name: the second largest river in Europe, it flows through Germany, Austria, Hungary, and into the Black Sea.
Dieter .. Popular in Germany.
Germain .. (Latin, French) "From Germany." ..
Hans .. The name is popular in Germany ..
Ivo .. Latin form of Yves used in Germany and sometimes in the English-speaking world ..
Jermaine .. Variant of Germain (Latin, French) "brotherly; from Germany" ..
Jurgen .. Popular in Germany ..
Kaiser .. The name has connotations of imperial ruler, as in Germany's Kaiser Wilhelm.
Lander .. Also possibly derived from German meaning "picket fence", or from an expression describing a person from a rural area, or from a German/Jewish name for the people of Landau, a city in Germany ..
Lucas .. Popular in Germany ..
Maximilian .. The name is popular in Germany ..
Rhinebeck .. The Rhine is a major European river on the boundary between France and Germany ..
Rigoberto .. The name dates back to the days when Spain and Germany were part of the Roman Empire, or even further back to the time when the Goths overran Europe in the fifth century AD, before dividing into tribes that occupied Germany and Spain.
Sackville .. Saxony is an area in Northern Germany that sent many invaders to England, hence the word "Anglo-Saxon".
Saxon .. This name was originally given to those from Saxonny, a region of Germany ..
Windsor .. It was originally Wettin before 1917, but during World War I, a staunch English name was adopted as it seemed more patriotic against Germany ..
Bruno, Conrad, Hans, Jermaine, Lucas and Rigoberto are commonly used names, while Bernal, Brunswick, Danube, Dieter, Germain, Ivo, Jurgen, Kaiser, Lander, Maximilian, Rhinebeck, Sackville, Saxon and Windsor are rare in comparison. (2000 U.S. Census)
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