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    Post Germanic given names

    Thanks to its long written history and the richness of its cultural and linguistic groups, Europe has probably spawned the most extensive list of given names in the world. A website like Behind the Name already lists some 14,500 first names, mostly used in European languages, and thousands of names are still missing.

    Here is a list of pre-Christian Germanic names :

    1) Ancient Germanic names

    Frankish names

    Male names

    Adalard, Adalbert, Adalhaid, Adalolf, Ageric, Agilfride, Agiulf, Alberic, Amand, Andica, Angilbert (or Engilbert), Ansegisel, Ansovald, Aregisel, Arnegisel, Arnold, Arnulf, Audovald, Austregisel, Badegisel, Balderic (or Baldrick), Baudry, Berengar (or Berenger), Bernhard (or Bernard), Bero, Berthefried, Bertram, Burchard, Carloman (or Karlmann), Chararic, Charibert, Childebert, Childebrand, Childeric, Chilperic, Chlodomer, Chramnesind, Clodio (or Chlodion), Cloud, Clovis (or Chlodwig), Conrad, Corbus, Dagobert, Dagaric, Drogo (or Drogon), Durand, Eberhard (or Evrard), Eberulf, Ebregisel, Emmon, Engelbert, Egide, Eracle, Erard, Erenfried, Euric, Farabert, Floribert, Fulcaire, Gararic, Garivald, Gerbert, Gerold, Giselbert (or Gilbert), Godomar, Gondulph, Grimald (or Grimoald), Griffon, Guido (or Wido), Gundobad, Gundovald, Gunthar, Guntram, Hartgard, Hartmut, Hartnid, Heribert, Hildebald, Hubert, Imnachar, Ingelram (later Enguerrand), Ingomer, Ingund, Lambert, Leudast, Leuthard, Lothar, Magnachar, Magneric, Malaric, Marachar, Marcomir, Meginhard, Merovech, Monulph, Munderic, Nevelung, Nibelung, Nithard, Notger, Odilon, Odo (Eudes), Otbert, Otto (or Otton), Otker, Pippin (or Pepin), Priarios, Ragnachar, Ramnulf, Rathar, Rathier, Ratold, Reginar (or Reginard), Remacle, Ricbodo, Ricchar (or Richer), Ricfried, Rigunth, Samson, Sichar, Siegfried (or Sigefroy), Sigeric, Sigibert, Sigismund, Sunnegisil, Sunno, Tassilo, Theodard, Theodebert, Theodemir, Theodon, Theodoric (later Dietrich/Thierry/Theodore), Theodwin, Theudebald, Theuderic, Unroch, Wala, Waleran, Walcaud, Waltgaud, Wazo, Werinbert, Willichar, Wolbodo, Wulfhard, Zwentibold.

    Female names

    Adaltrude, Adallind(a), Adelhaid, Adda, Albofleda, Alpaide (or Alpais), Aregund, Aude, Audofleda, Audovera, Austrechild, Atula (or Athalia or Adele) Baldechildis, Basina, Bave, Berchildis, Begga, Beretrude, Bertha (or Berthe), Berthefled, Berthefried, Berthegund, Bertoane, Bertrada, Bilichildis, Blesinde, Brunhild(a), Fastrada, Chlodeswinthe, Chlodosind, Chlothsinda, Chrodechildis, Chrodtrude, Clotild(e), Chunsina, Cunegonde (or Kunegund or Cunegundis or Cunegund) , Deuteria, Ealswid, Ellinrat, Engelberge (or Ingelburga), Engeltrude, Ermenberga, Ermengarde, Ermentrudis, Faileuba, Fastrada, Fredegunde, Galswinth, Gersvinda, Gisela, Gundrada (or Gundradis), Gomatrudis, Goiswinth, Gundrade, Guntheuc, Gunza, Hamesindis, Hatilde, Hildeburg, Hildegarde, Hiltrude, Himiltrud, Ingeltrud, Ingitrude, Ingoberg, Ingunde, Irmgard (or Irmingard), Itta, Lanthechilde, Leubast, Leubovera, Liutgarde (or Luitgarde), Magnatrude, Marcatrude, Marcovefa, Madelgarde (or Madelgarda), Merofled, Merwig, Nantechildis, Radegund, Ragnachilde, Regintrude, Regnetrudis, Rigunth, Rosamund, Rotrud (or Hruothraud), Ruodhaid, Ruothild(e), Rothaide, Rotrude, Swanahilde, Teutberga, Theoderada (or Theodrada), Theodelinda, Theodrade, Theudechild, Theudelinde, Ultrogotha, Veneranda, Vuldretrada, Vulfegundis, Wisigard.

    Burgundian (Nibelung) names

    Male names

    Godegisel, Gundahar/Gundicar, Gundioc/Gunderic, Gundobad, Gundomar, Gunnar (Gunther), Högni (Hagen)

    Female names

    Brynhildr (Brünhild), Guðrún (Gudrun),

    Gothic names

    Male names

    Alaric, Amalaric, Athanagild, Athanaric, Hermangild, Leuvigild, Odoacre, Theoderic, Thorismund, Vulfoliac

    Female names

    Amalasuntha, Amalaberge, Audoflède, Evochilde, Xyza.


    Anglo-Saxon names

    Male names

    Aart, Abeodan, Ablendan, Abrecan, Acwellen, Aelfgifu, Aelfwine, Aelred, Aesc, Aedelbert, Aedelfrid, Aedelmaer, Aedelred, Aedelstan, Aethelbald, Agiefan, Cynefrid, Eadwig, Ethelbert, Ethelred, Ethelwulf, Fraomar, Hilderinc, Hrothgard, Hrothgar, Leofric, Leofwine, Sigeberht, Wine, Wybert

    Female names

    Aedelflaed/Aethelflaed, Aedelpryd, Aedre, Aefentid, Aefre, Cyneburga, Eadburga, Ealdgyd, Eoforhild, Etheswitha, Etheldreda, Ethelinda, Frideswide, Garmangahis, Hild, Hilda, Ida.

    Longer listing of Anglo-saxon names here



    Old Norse (Viking) names

    Male names

    Abbe/Abbi, Abjörn/Ábiörn, Ádiarf/Adiærf, Aðalbert (Athalbert, Adalbert), Aðalbrandr (Athalbrandr, Adalbrandr), Aðalbrikt, Aðalmærki, Aðalmæki, Aðalráðr, Aðalríkr, Aðalsteinn, Aðalvaldr, Aðgils/Aðísl, Áfastr, Afvaldr, Ágautr, Ágeirr, Aggi/Agi, Agmundr/Ögmundr, Agnarr, Agni/Agne/Aghen, Águti, Agviðr, Ailmær, Áki/Ake, Ákimann, Álarr, Albóðr, Albrikt, Aldi, Aldúlfr/Adúlfr, Aldviðr, Áleifr/Óláfr/Álæifr, Alfarr, Alfarinn, Alfgautr/Algautr, Álfgeirr/Alfgeirr, Alfgrímr, Alfketill/Alfkæll, Alflakr, Álfljótr, Álfr, Álfráðr, Alfríkr, Álfrimr, Alfvaldr, Alfvarðr, Álfvarinn, Alfvin/Ölfun, Algísl, Áli/Alli, Alibrandr, Almárr, Almgautr, Álmgeirr/Almgeirr, Almóðr, Alrekr/Alríkr, Alvér/Ölvér/Ölvir, Alvini, Ambi, Ámundi/Ámundr, Án/Ánn, Andríðr, Andsvarr/Ansvarr/Ansurr/Assurr/Össurr/Özurr, Andvéttr, Anki, Anundr/Anvindr/Önundr/Anundi, Ari, Arinbjörn/Arinbiörn/Arnbjörn/Arnbiörn, Ármóðr, Arn, Arnaldr, Arnbjörn/Arnbiörn/Arinbiörn, Arnfastr, Arnfiðr, Arngeirr, Arngrímr, Arnhaldr, Arnhallr, Arnhvatr, Árni, Arnniútr, Arnketill/Arnkell, Arnlaugr, Arnljótr, Arnmóðr, Arnmundr, Arnoddr, Arnórr/Arnþórr/Arndórr, Arnríðr, Arnrøðr, Arnsteinn, Arnulfr/Örnulfr, Arnviðr, Arnþjófr, Arta, Ásbjörn, Ásbrandr, Ásdiarfr, Ásfarð, Ásfastr, Ásfrøðr/Ásfriðr/Ásfríðr/Asroðr, Ásgautr, Ásgeirr, Ásgísl, Ásgrímr, Ási, Áskell/Ásketill, Askr, Ásl/Ösl, Áslákr/Ásleikr, Ásleifr, Ásli/Atli, Ásmarr, Ásmóðr, Ásmundr, Ásniútr, Ásólfr/Ásúlfr, Ásráðr/Ástráðr, Ásríðr/Ásrøðr, Assar, Ásti, Ástráðr, Ásvaldr/Ásvaldi, Ásvarðr, Ásviðr, Atfari, Atli, Atsurr/Özurr/Azurr, Auðbjörn, Auðfinnr, Auðgeirr, Auðgísl, Auðgrímr, Auðhvatr/Auðvatr, Auði/Øthi/Ødhe, Auðin/Auðun/Othin/Øthin/Ødhin, Auðketill, Auðmaðr/Auðmann, Auðmundr/Ødhmund, Auðólfr/Auðúlfr/Øthulf/Ødholf, Auðr, Auðríkr/Auríkr, Auðsteinn, Auðunn/Auðvini, Auðvaldr/Ødhvald, Auðviðr/Ødhvidh, Aumundr, Aunn, Austmaðr, Auti, Autir, Ávaldi/Ávaldr, Ávangr, Ávarr, Áviðr, Ævarr, Bæglir, Bæilir, Baggi, ...

    More male Old Norse names here.

    Female names

    More female Old Norse names here.
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