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German Baby Names, Meanings

1722 names found for "German"   (page 20 of 35) 

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Ives  (German)
Variant of Ivo: Yew. Introduced into Britain During the Norman Conquest
Ivo  (German)
Cut Wood
Izaak  (German)
Laughter
Jaecar  (German)
Hunter
Jaegar  (German)
Hunger
Jaeger  (German)
Hunter
Jakob  (German)
German Form of Jacob
Jakoba  (German)
Feminine Form of Jakoh
Jakobe  (German)
Feminine Form of Jakoh
Jakobie  (German)
Feminine Form of Jakoh
Jansen  (German)
Variant of the Hebrew John 'Jehovah Has Been Gracious; Has Shown Favor.'
Jantis  (German)
Sharp Spear
Jarman  (German)
A German
Jarmann  (German)
A German
Jarvis  (German)
A Conqueror
Jay  (German)
Swift
Jaye  (German)
Swift
Jeffery  (German)
Derived from One of Three Old German Names, Meaning District, Traveler, or Peaceful Pledge. Famous Bearer: Geoffrey Plantagenet Was Father to King Henry Ii; Geoffrey Cbaucer Wrote 'The Canterbury Tale
Jeffrey  (German)
Derived from One of Three Old German Names, Meaning District, Traveler, or Peaceful Pledge. Famous Bearer: Geoffrey Plantagenet Was Father to King Henry Ii; Geoffrey Cbaucer Wrote 'The Canterbury Tale
Jocelyn  (German)
One of the Goths. Introduced into Britam As a Masculine Name During the Norman Conquest, Jocelyn Was Adopted As a Feminine First Name in the Early Th Century
Jocelyn  (German)
One of the Goths
Johan  (German)
German Form of John
Johann  (German)
Variant of the Hebrew John 'Jehovah Has Been Gracious; Has Shown Favor.'
Johanna  (German)
German Form of Joanna
Johannah  (German)
Variant of Joan
Johannes  (German)
German Form of John
Jolan  (German)
Countiy
Jolanka  (German)
Countiy
Joli  (German)
Countiy
Jorn  (German)
Vigilant Watchman
Joscelin  (German)
Start Variant of Jocelyn: 'One of the Goths'. Introduced into Britam As a Masculine Name During the Norman Conquest, Jocelyn Was Adopted As a Feminine First Name in the Early Th Century
Joscelin  (German)
Variant of Jocelyn: 'One of the Goths'. Introduced into Britam As a Masculine Name During the Norman Conquest, Jocelyn Was Adopted As a Feminine First Name in the Early Th Century
Josef  (German)
German Form of Joseph
Josefa  (German)
Feminine of Joseph
Joss  (German)
Diminutive of Jocelyn: 'One of the Goths'. Introduced into Britam As a Masculine Name During the Norman Conquest, Jocelyn Was Adopted As a Feminine First Name in the Early Th Century
Joss  (German)
Diminutive of Jocelyn: 'One of the Goths'. Introduced into Britam As a Masculine Name During the Norman Conquest, Jocelyn Was Adopted As a Feminine First Name in the Early Th Century
Jurgen  (German)
German Form of George
Kaethe  (German)
Pure
Kaiser  (German)
Emperor; Variant of Caesar
Kalona  (German)
Amish Town
Karl  (German)
Form of Charles
Karla  (German)
Feminine Form of Karl
Karlee  (German)
'Womanly; Strength.' Feminine of Karl
Karlee  (German)
Womanly; Strength. Feminine of Karl
Karleen  (German)
'Womanly; Strength.' Feminine of Karl
Karleigh  (German)
'Womanly; Strength.' Feminine of Karl
Karlen  (German)
'Womanly; Strength.' Feminine of Karl
Karlene  (German)
'Womanly; Strength.' Feminine of Karl
Karlesha  (German)
'Womanly; Strength.' Feminine of Karl
Karley  (German)
'Womanly; Strength.' Feminine of Karl
1722 names found for "German"   (page 20 of 35) 

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