German Boy Names

abelard

From an old Germanic surname, meaning noble and steadfast

Adalard

Variant of German Adalhard, meaning noble strength

Adalbert

Old German form of English Albert, meaning bright nobility

Adalbrecht

Bright nobility Old German name composed of the elements adal noble and beraht bright

Adalhard

Noble strength Old German name composed of the elements adal noble and hart hardy; strong

Adalric

German form of Anglo-Saxon Aethelric, meaning noble rule

Adalricus

Swabian German form of Visigothic Alaric, meaning all-powerful; ruler of all

Adalstan

German form of Anglo-Saxon Aethelstan, meaning noble stone

Adalwolf

Variant of German Adalwulf, meaning noble wolf

Adalwulf

Noble wolf Old German name, composed of the elements adal noble and wulf wolf

Addler

Variant of German Adler, meaning eagle

Adelbert

Variant of German Adalbert, meaning bright nobility

Adelbrecht

Variant of German Adalbrecht, meaning bright nobility

Adelhard

Variant of German Adalhard, meaning noble strength

Adelmar

German form of Anglo-Saxon Aethelmaer, meaning noble and famous

Adelric

Variant of German Adalric, meaning noble rule

Adelulf

Variant of German Adalwulf, meaning noble wolf

Adlar

Variant of German Adler, meaning eagle

Adler

German name meaning eagle

Adolf

Modern form of Old German Adalwolf, meaning noble wolf

Agid

Abbreviated form of German Agidius, meaning kid, young goat

Agidius

German form of Late Latin Aegidius, meaning kid, young goat

Ahlf

Nickname for German Adolf, meaning noble wolf

Alard

Abbreviated form of Old German Adalhard, meaning noble strength

Alaricus

Swabian German form of Visigothic Alaric, meaning all-powerful; ruler of all

Alberic

Elf power Original German form of English unisex Aubrey, composed of the elements alb elf and ric power In Germanic mythology, this was the name of a sorcerer king of elves.

Alberich

Variant of German Alberic, meaning elf power

Albrecht

German equivalent of English Albert, meaning bright nobility

Albrekt

Variant of German Albrecht, meaning bright nobility

Aldman

German name meaning old man

Aldric

Variant of German Aldrick, meaning old ruler; long time ruler

Aldrich

Variant of German Aldrick, meaning old ruler; long time ruler

Aldrick

Old ruler; long time ruler Old German name composed of the elements ald old and ric power; rule

Aldrik

Variant of German Aldrick, meaning old ruler; long time ruler

Alfihar

Old Germanic form of Anglo-Saxon Aelfhare, meaning elf army

Alfons

Dutch, German and Polish form of Alfonso, meaning "noble and ready."

Allard

Variant of German Alard, meaning noble strength

Alldrich

Variant of German Aldrick, meaning old ruler; long time ruler

Almerich

From Old German Amaliricus, meaning work-power

Alois

German form of Latin Aloysius, meaning famous warrior

Altman

An old GermAn nickname and surname, now sometimes used as a first name. It derives from the GermAn word alt old, and diener meaning servant It is related to the name Aldman, meaning old man

Amaliricus

Work-power Old German name composed of the elements amal work, labor, and ric rule, power This name is the source of many modern names; even the name America may have derived from this name.

Amalric

From Old German Amaliricus, meaning work-power

Amalrich

Variant of German Amalric, meaning work-power

Ancel

Variant of German Ansel, meaning God protection

Ancell

Variant of German Ansel, meaning God protection

Anicho

Old German name meaning ancestor

Anne

Frisian nickname for Germanic names beginning with arn-, meaning eagle

Ansel

Abbreviated form of German Anselm, meaning God-protection

Ansell

Variant of German Ansel, meaning God-protection

Anselm

God-protection German name composed of the elements ans god and helm helmet; protection

Ansgar

"God spear." German and Scandinavian name derived from Germanic ans "god" and gar "spear."

Ansobert

Old German equivalent of Anglo-Saxon Osbeorht, meaning God-bright

Apsel

German form of biblical Absalom, meaning "my father is peace."

Arman

Variant of German Harman, meaning "bold/hardy man."

Armen

Possibly a variant of German Armin, meaning "army man."

Armin

Modern German form of Latin Arminius, meaning "army man."

Arn

Nickname for German Arnold, meaning "eagle power."

Arndt

Nickname for German Arnold, meaning "eagle power."

Arne

Nickname for German Arnold, meaning "eagle power."

Arnold

"Eagle power." German name derived from the Germanic elements arn "eagle" and wald "power."

Artur

Hungarian form of Arthur. The meaning is disputed; see Arthur.

Astor

French and German name derived from the Occitan element astor, meaning "goshawk," itself from Latin acceptor, a variant of accipiter, meaning "hawk." The name was originally a derogatory nickname for men with hawk-like, predatory characteristics.

Audo

"Wealthy." Old German name derived from the element aud, meaning "prosperity." This is the old form of German Otto.

August

German form of Roman Augustus, meaning "venerable."

Aurel

German and Romanian form of Roman Aurelius, meaning "golden."

Azzo

Old German name meaning "noble at birth."

Baldur

German and Icelandic form of Old Norse Baldr, meaning "prince."

Bamber

German nickname for a short, fat person. Also an English surname meaning "tree trunk."

Baptist

English and German form of French Baptiste, meaning "baptist."

Barthold

Variant of German Berthold, meaning "bright ruler."

Bartholomaus

German form of Bartholomew, meaning "son of Talmai."

Bartolomaus

German form of Bartholomew, meaning "son of Talmai."

Benedikt

German form of Benedict, meaning "blessed."

Beringar

"Bear-spear." Old German name composed of the elements berin "bear" and ger "spear."

Bernd

Variant of German Berndt, meaning "bold as a bear."

Berndt

Abbreviated form of German Bernhard, meaning "bold as a bear."

Bernhard

Variant of German Bernhardt, meaning "bold as a bear."

Bernhardt

"Bold as a bear." German name composed of the elements ber/bern "bear" and hard "brave, hardy, strong."

Berthold

"Bright ruler." German name composed of the elements berht "bright" and wald "ruler."
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