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Many English-speaking countries have a history of high levels of immigration from Germany, and yet German names are not particularly common.
This is often true even in families of German ancestry: I am of part-German descent myself, and my siblings and I do not have particularly German names, although readily understood in Germany. There are such strong links between German and English that it is easy to assimilate and choose the English form of a name George instead of Georgand two world wars have strongly encouraged such assimilation.
Some traditional German names now seem awkward and outdated, even in their country of origin — yet clunky names are beginning to come back into fashion, and there are also many sprightly German short forms of names with tons of vintage style. Here are some examples of both.
It is thus an older or more obviously German variant of Amelia. It makes a good alternative to popular Amelia.
Anneliese Combination of the names Anna and Liesea short form of Elisabeth. The spelling Annalise is more popular in the English-speaking world, and is in the US Top and rising. This name is very pretty, and would be a good alternative to popular names like Anna and Annabellewhile also suitable for honouring an Anne and an Elizabeth at the same time. In the story, Hansel and Gretel are brother and sister whose impoverished father and stepmother abandon them in the woods.
The hungry children are caught by a witch once they start nibbling her yummy-looking gingerbread house, and Gretel rescues her brother from being eaten with cleverness and courage. Gretel seems like a sexy german names yet sophisticated choice, a good alternative to trendy Greta. Leni Short form of Helene or Magdalena. German supermodel Heidi Klum has a young daughter named Helenewho is called Leni.
Leni is a popular name in Germany, and very much on trend, fitting in with cute short names like Ellieand L names like Layla. The variant spellings Lainey and Laney are more popular in the US. Lulu Pet form of Luisethe German form of Louise. In the stories, Lulu is a prostitute and femme fatale. Lulu is often chosen as a stage name, such as the Scottish singer Lulu born Marie Lawriebut singer-songwriter Lulu Simondaughter of Paul Simonhas Lulu as her full name.
A popular name in the 19th century, little Lulu is a cute, sexy name that gives Lola a run for its money. Can be used as a nickname for any name with a Lu sound in it, from Lucinda to Eloise. Mitzi Pet form of Maria.
In Germany Mitzi is more popular for cats and dogs than humans, and in the US it has not charted since the s. However, itsy-bitsy Mitzi is a bright vintage charmer that will appeal to those wanting something a little different while still fitting in with current trends.
Ottilie Modern form of the ancient Germanic name Odilia. Sexy german names name has been something of a favourite in fiction, being chosen by the authors Goethe, Truman Capote, John Wyndhamand Robert Louis Stevenson — in all these works, the woman named Ottilie is an object of desire.
This is an upper-class and and ultra-hip name which has Tilly as the obvious nickname. Thea Short form of Dorothea or Theodora. Just outside the Top in Germany, Thea is popular in Scandinavia and New Zealand, and rising sharply elsewhere in the English-speaking world, having made the US Top last year for the first time since the s. Wilhelmina Feminine form of Wilhelmthe German equivalent of William ; in the form Wilhelminethis was a traditional name amongst German royalty. Dignified yet quirky, Wilhelmina has a host of adorable nicknames, including BillieWillaMinaMinnieand Minka.
Zella Short form of Marcellaa feminine form of the name Marcus. Zella peaked in the 19th century, when it fit in with other names from that era, such as Zelda and Zelie. Home News. About the Author.Sexy german names
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