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    Originally posted by MistWraith
    When I have kids I was thinking of either naming them after the Runes, or after deities or some mythological heroes/heroines.
    Sounds cool, very cool, what kind of names would that be maybe?

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    Sounds cool, very cool, what kind of names would that be maybe?

    Hmm. For girls, maybe Brynhild, Hagalaz, without the "H", so it would be "Agalaz." That's actually my favorite. Or Rhiannon, Brigid, Erin, Morgan, Agrona, Lorelei, Kara, and tons others I can't think of right now.

    For boys - Aeron, Donn, Drighten, and gods know what else.

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    Originally posted by MistWraith
    Sounds cool, very cool, what kind of names would that be maybe?

    Hmm. For girls, maybe Brynhild, Hagalaz, without the "H", so it would be "Agalaz." That's actually my favorite. Or Rhiannon, Brigid, Erin, Morgan, Agrona, Lorelei, Kara, and tons others I can't think of right now.

    For boys - Aeron, Donn, Drighten, and gods know what else.

    your choice of girl names are very beautiful.

    Im not sure I like the boy names,
    Aeron is not Teutonic from what I know,
    Donn sounds like some Italian kid with Bolognese sauce all over his face,
    Drigthen hmmmmm maybe:XCN

    Estell@ since Jennifer by accident erased my reply to you grrrrrrrrrrrr then let me continue, your name derives from "Estelle" which comes from "Stella" which is Latin French and means "Star".

    I also like the name Astrid for girls..........

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    Im not sure I like the boy names,

    I got them from a Celtic names site. Who knows, they could be multi-ethnic. I just like how they sound.

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    Astrid is a very common name here in Estonia
    i like it also
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    My son's name is Garic, I made it up myself, I got my hands on an Old English (AngloSaxon) dictionary, the type you'd use to translate Beowulf etc. There are multiple entries for some things but Gar - means spear, and Ric - means realm. Thus my sons name means realm of the spear, it could mean a nation ready for war etc. The spear is the traditional weapon of the AngloSaxon warrior, who are English who are North Germans.

    A traditional name in our family is Stanley which directly means stone field but I read in a book that its a name given to those that think they are better than their station in life. LOL.

    I wanted to name my daughter Byrhtnoth, Byrht (bi-rite) means bright which can means smart or white and noth means daring. Of course I delved further and found that noth after the verb byrhtian (also byrhtnoth) means distinct sound. It doesn't matter, I named my daughter after the region us Saxons made the britons flee to, Brittany.

    If the next child is a boy, he will be Thane, traditionally Thegn, it is the man chosen from a group of farmsteads to fight for his community. A professional warrior.

    If a girl, Ashley, just because it is AngloSaxon, the field of Ash Trees.

    I'm a bit of a fanatic on the subject, names are very important to me and my wife just picks names cuz they sound pretty. Thus I name all our kids.

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    Originally posted by Yggdrasil
    HEY :erm , what about my name ..... ? Its Jörg if you guys forgot eyes:

    Sorry to tell you but Jørg/Jörg derives from George ( which is English ) + which derives from Greek and means Georgios which comes from even older greek "Georgos" Meaning Farmer, earthworker, derived from the elements ge "earth" and ergon "work".

    Saint George was a legendary dragon slayer who was supposedly martyred in Palestine.

    My Mom`s brother is named Jørgen (close though)

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    Originally posted by Yggdrasil
    Thanks finaly someone heard my cry for truth ...

    x_cheers
    Yes actually I answered this thread long time ago
    but your "Chosen one" erased my post to you GRRRRRRRRRR
    I think she did it on purpose:lurk Smack her from me

    I like the efforts Saxon88 put into given his children strong names.

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    Thane it is.

    Originally posted by HELLSTAR

    I like the efforts Saxon88 put into given his children strong names.
    Thankyou sir, after all, culture starts with your name and gives you something to aspire to, and I just found out today that it'll be Thane, not Ashley that will be born in March. Just had to tell someone.x_hehe x_rofl

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    What do you guys think about the names Adalheid or Heidi, and Freya (for girls)? Where can I find Nordic, Celtic or old Germanic name choices..... I been to a million sites for this but I want one with only white names I don't want to sort through multi-"ethnic" crap all day long!

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