Female German names

Agna

– chaste, holy

Agnese

– chaste, holy

Agnet

– chaste, holy

Adala

– noble

Adalinda

– noble serpent

Adalufa

– noble wolf

Adalheid

– noble species

Adalheidis

– noble species

Adelind

– noble snake

Adelinde

– noble snake

Adelinde

– noble serpent

Adelond

– noble serpent

Adelhide

– noble species

Adelheit

– noble view

Aleit

– noble view

Alin and

is the shortening of longer names ending in “…

– famous warrior

Lewis

– famous warrior

Mine

– helmet

Malazint

– strong, working

Malvain

– smooth brow

Margareuse

– pearl

Margaret

– – pearl

Margrezé

– pearl

Mareik

– beloved

Maril

– beloved

Marlin

– beloved of Magdala

Marlis

– beloved god – my oath

Marte

– lady

Mahtildis

– mighty in battle

Meik

– beloved

Meta

– pearl

Met

– might War in battle

Mechtild

– mighty in battle

Minna

– helmet

Minnie

– helmet

Mirjam

– beloved

Mitzi

– beloved

Fashion

– mighty in battle

Maid

– mighty in battle battle

Nadja

– hope

Odelia

– rich

Odila

– rich

Odilia

– rich

Olk

– noble species

Ortrun

– mystery of the item

Otthila

– rich

Otthild

– rich

Otty

– rich

Ottilia

– rich

Ottoline

– rich

Rake

– peace ruler

Raffaela

– god has healed

Rebecca

– trapping

Reynhild

– battle counselor

Renate

– born again

Rosemary

– beloved

Rosvita

– famous force

Rokhsia

– famous, prominent

Rupert

– famous

Sabina

– Sabine (river in the US)

Sasha

– the protector of mankind

Svanhild

– slain swan

Svanhilda

– slain swan

Svendja

– swan

Selma

– God’s defender

Senta

– emerging, growing, prosperous

Sigild

– slain by victory

Siglind

– tender, slain

Sidji

– tender, slain

Sommer

– summer

Sonj

– wisdom

Sophie

– wisdom

Suze

– lily

Tabeya

– gazelle
Tatyana

– father

Teresia

– priestess

Till

– shortening of longer names starting with “Till”

Teresia

– reaper

Ulrike

– prosperous and power

Wahlberg

– ruler of the fortress

Walrod

– foreign power

Ears

– small bear

Feliki

– fortunate

Francisca

– free

Fredge

– lady, mistress

Fried

– elf force

Frederick

– peaceful ruler

Fritsi

– peace ruler

Frok

– little lady

Hadwijs

– struggling, war

Heinrike

– home ruler

Hann

– good god

Hannelor

– god is kind and foreign, other

Hedwig

– struggling, war

Hedy

– struggling, war

Heilwig

– healthy battle

Heilwidis

– very healthy

Helene

– torch, moon or secretly escape

Helma

– helmet

Helmine

– helmet

Heliuidis

– very healthy

Henrique

– home ruler

Hermine

– army man

Hild

– slain

Hildegard

​​- guard of the battle

Hildegade

– struggling

Hiltrod

– the power of the battle

Hiltrud

– the power of the battle

Hiltryud

– the power of the battle

Hilda

– the slain

Hrodohydis

– the famous, prominent

Hulda

– the attractive

Shuonhild

– the slain swan

Eleonor

– foreign, other

Elk

– noble kind

Elli

– god – my oath

Elfi

– the power of the elf

Elfrid

– the power of the elf

Elsa

– my god – my oath

Emily

– the competing

Emma

– the whole, the universal

Erma

– the whole, the universal

Ermelinda

– completely soft and gentle

Ermentraud

– completely beloved

Ementrod

– completely beloved

Ermentrud

– completely beloved

Erminture

– completely beloved

Ermtraud

– completely beloved

Ermtrud

– completely beloved

Erna

– fighting with death

Ernst

– struggling with death

Ute

– child

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