Adorable German Names You Should Consider

Are you looking for a sophisticated name for your baby, think about going with some of these adorable German names. The girl’s and boy’s names in this list are surprisingly familiar with a twist and should definitely be worth considering. Click on a name to find the name meaning, popularity, origin, and other helpful information.

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Adela

Meaning: Noble
Origin: German

 

Alda

Meaning: Old
Origin: German

 

Adler

Meaning: Eagle
Origin: German

 

Alaric

Meaning: Ruler of all
Origin: German

 

Alviria

Meaning: Fair or white
Origin: German

 

Amori

Meaning: Industrious
Origin: German

 

Annalise

Meaning: Combination name
Origin: German

 

Anselm

Meaning: Divinity helmet
Origin: German

 

Armin

Meaning: Warrior
Origin: German

 

Benno

Meaning: Bear strong
Origin: German

 

Bernard

Meaning: Bear brave
Origin: German

 

Bernadine

Meaning: Brave as a bear
Origin: German

 

Bettina

Meaning: God is my oath
Origin: German

 

Clarissa

Meaning: Bright, clear
Origin: German

 

Drexel

Meaning: Turner
Origin: German

 

Druella

Meaning: Elf vision
Origin: German

 

Eckhard

Meaning: Strong edge of a sword
Origin: German

 

Ella

Meaning: Completely
Origin: German

 

Emerson

Meaning: Son of Emery
Origin: German

 

Emmerich

Meaning: Home power
Origin: German

 

Estrild

Meaning: Spring goddess and battle
Origin: German and English

 

Evi

Meaning: Life
Origin: German

 

Gereon

Meaning: Old man
Origin: German

 

Gertrude

Meaning: Strong spear
Origin: German

 

Greta

Meaning: Pearl
Origin: German

 

Gunther

Meaning: Army strife
Origin: German

 

Hagen

Meaning: Enclosure
Origin: German

 

Hartwin

Meaning: Strong friend
Origin: German

 

Heidi

Meaning: Of noble birth
Origin: German

 

Ingram

Meaning: Angle raven
Origin: German

 

Ivo

Meaning: Yew, archer
Origin: German

 

Jutta

Meaning: Woman from Judea
Origin: German

 

Lambert

Meaning: Land famous
Origin: German

 

Levin

Meaning: Dear friend
Origin: German

 

Liesa

Meaning: Pledged to God
Origin: German

 

Kellan

Meaning: Swap, or slender
Origin: German

 

Lorelei

Meaning: Alluring temptress
Origin: German

 

Lothar

Meaning: Famous army
Origin: German

 

Loudon

Meaning: From the low valley
Origin: German

 

Mathis

Meaning: Gift from God
Origin: German

 

Matilda

Meaning: Strength in battle
Origin: German

 

Melisande

Meaning: Work, labor
Origin: German and French

 

Millicent

Meaning: Labor strength
Origin: German

 

Mina

Meaning: Resolute protector
Origin: German

 

Neele

Meaning: Horn
Origin: German

 

Nixie

Meaning: Water sprite
Origin: German

 

Oda

Meaning: Wealth, fortune
Origin: German

 

Oskar

Meaning: God spear
Origin: German

 

Ottilie

Meaning: Riches
Origin: German

 

Reiner

Meaning: Advice army
Origin: German

 

Rilian

Meaning: Small stream
Origin: German

 

Rohmer

Meaning: Pilgrim
Origin: German

 

Rudiger

Meaning: Fame spear
Origin: German

 

Ryker

Meaning: Rich
Origin: German

 

Saxon

Meaning: People of the dagger
Origin: German

 

Theda

Meaning: People
Origin: German

 

Timo

Meaning: Honor of God
Origin: German

 

Ute

Meaning: Heritage
Origin: German

 

Wendell

Meaning: To travel
Origin: German

 

Wieland

Meaning: War territory
Origin: German

 

Wilhelm

Meaning: Will helmet
Origin: German

 

Wilhelmina

Meaning: Will helmet
Origin: German

 

Wolfgang

Meaning: Traveling wolf
Origin: German

 

Zelda

Meaning: Dark battle
Origin: German

 

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