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Thread: Teutonic, Germanic and Norse (Male & Female) Baby Names

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    This is a very hard question as there are so many Germanic name. Well, the Biblical, Latin or Greek names are very popular, in Middle- and North-Europe still many Germanic forename. Side by side the spelling and the pronuciation can be different. F.e. the Richard (it has comen from Riks + Hardaz means King and strong as a strong King) in French is Richard (Rischaar), in Italian is Riccardo (Rikkarrdo), in English is Richard (Ritschaad), in German is Richard (Richart), in Swedish is Rikard (Riikad).

    I think the most popular Germanic names are different by country, the Richard is one of the names what popular in the most of Germanic countries.

    I suggest to you that see this site where are collected the male and female names by country. My favourite the Gothic names as if you want a very archaic, very Germanic name of your child and you want that you child's classmates laugh under 8 years about your child's name, I just suggest to use the Gothic ones. Side by side a few of them is not so offensive like as Theoderiks, but an average Englis speaker will think this names very Skandinavian.

    http://www.20000-names.com/

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    One of the surnames in my family is Reichert. Its form varied greatly along the centuries under the influence of the administrative language then used in Elsass-Lothringen : Richert, Richard, Reichert... Basically the same name, under different guises.

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    You forget Emma.

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