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German Baby Names
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Ada "Noble."Some variants include Ad, Adda, Addie, and Adie.
Adalia "Noble one."Also a Hebrew name meaning "God is my refuge."Some variants include Adal, Adalee, Adalie, Adalley, and Addala.
Adelaide "Noble."Some variants are Ada, Adela, Adele, and Adeline.
Adele "Nobility."Also French name meaning "pleasant; good humor."Variants include Ad?le (with accent), Adelia, Adella and Adelle.
Adeline "Woman of noble estate." Some variants and diminutives are Adaline, Adelind, Adella, Addi, Addy, Aline, Dahlina, Daline, Delina, Delly, Delyne, Edelie, and Lina.
Adelyte Has good humor
Adolpha, adalwolfa Feminine form of Adolph. "Noble she-wolf."
Adrian, adriane Dark
Agathe, agatha Good
Alarice Old German name meaning " all-ruler; noble king." Feminine form of Alaric, king of the Visigoths. Variant Alarica exists.
Alberga "noble." Also a Latin name meaning "white," and related to a French/Italian word meaning "inn." Variant Alberge exists.
Albreda Feminine form of Old French Aubrey, "counsel from the elves."
Alda Old German feminine form of Aldo and Otto, "Old; prosperous." Variants include Aldabella, Aldea, Aldina, Aldine, Aldona, Aleda, Alida, Alyda.
Alfonsine Feminine form of Alfonso, "noble and ready for battle." Variants include Alfonsia, Alonza, Alphonsine.
Alice Old German name meaning "noble; nobility." Variants include Adelice, Aili, Ailis, Ailse, Ala, Aleceea, Alecia, Aleetheea, Aleethia, Ali, Alica, Alicah, Alicea, Alicen, Alicia, Alidee, Alie, Alika, Alikah, Aliki, Alis, Alisa, Alisah, Alisann, Alisanne, Alisha, Alison, Alissa, Alisz, Alitheea, Alitia, Aliz, Alla, Allecia, Alleece, Alleeceea, Alles, Alless, Alli, Allice, Allicea, Allie, Allis, Allison, Allissa, Allisun, Allisunne, Allsun, Ally, Allyce, Allyceea, Allys, Allyse, Allysia, Allysiah, Allyson, Allyssa, Allysson, Alyce, Alyceea, Alys, Alyse, Alysia, Alyson, Alyss, Alyssa, Elissa, Elli, Ellie, Ellissa, Ellsa, Elsa, Illyssa, Ilysa, Ilysah, Ilyssa, Ilysse, Leece, Leese, Licha, Lichah, Lissa, Lyssa.
Alison Diminutive form of Old German Alice, "woman of noble estate."Variants include Aili, Alisann, Alisanne, Alisoun, Alisun, Allcen, Allcenne, Allicen, Allicenne, Allie, Allisann, Allisanne, Allison, Allisoun, Allsun, Ally, Allysann, Allysanne, Allyson, Allysoun, Alysan, Alysann, Alysanne, Alyson, Alysoun.
Alix "Noble." See Alexandra. Variants include Alex, Alexa, Alexis, Aliki, Alissandre, Alissandrine, Lissandre.
Alonsa Eager
Aloysia, aloisia Famous fighting woman
Alvar, alva, alvie, alvar army of elves
Amalasand, amalasanda Industrious
Amara Eternal
Annemarie, annamaria Bitter grace
Antonie Priceless
Arabella Eagle heroine
Ararinda Tenacious
Armina Warrior maid
Arnalda Eagle, strong
Ballard, baldhart Bold, strong
Bathilda, bathild, bathil heroine
 
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