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

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    Post I Love those names!

    Freya and Heidi are great names, I really don't know where to get information on other names but I will try and find out.




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    Post Thisis the best that I can do....

    Last edited by MadMax88; Wednesday, October 23rd, 2002 at 03:15 PM.

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    If you're looking for old (or classic) Germanic/Norse names read Olde English books such as Beowulf and the like. Many such books are available in translation and usually at relatively inexpensive rates at used book stores. They are also a great way to learn about the Germanic warrior clans and their day to day existance.

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    Alexandra is a great name for a girl!

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    Well, Alexandra is Greek, not Germanic or Celtic. But it is still a pretty name

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    My name's Philippe. It comes from ancient greek and means friend of horses (Philip = horse).
    " Je ne sais si Dieu a de la haine ou de l'amour pour les Anglais, mais ce que je sais, c'est qu'ils seront tous boutés hors de France, sauf ceux qui y périront..." Sainte Jeanne D'arc

    "I don't know whether God has hate or love towards the English, but what I do know is that all of them will be deportated out of France, excepted those who'll perish here." Saint Joan of Arc.


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    My name, Gerard, is derived from the German "Gerhard" the literal translation mean "hard spear." It is probably suggestive of a skilled hunter or warrior.
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    my name is Pavel (Paul)...I'm confused by the title of this thread. Is "Nordic" a linguistic term as well? Does "Teutonic" mean the same thing as "Germanic"?

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    Tore.

    My name is derived from Norse, and is common in Norway today.

    I have yet to meet someone with my name.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stríbog
    Wagner
    Er.. "Wagner" is a family name. At least here it would sound funny as first name, despite from the fact that the authorities wouldn't accept it as a name.

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