Popular German Names
For Boys. Edwin. Egbert. Ellery. Emil. Ernest
is a very popular boy's name of Old English and German
origin. It has a serious meaning: "prosperous friend, heir's axe,
wealthy friend". It is a saint's name and there were many Anglo-Saxon
kings Edwin by name.
Edwin has 9 variants and forms: Eadwinn, Ed,
Eddy, Edlin, Eduino, Edwyn, Ned, Neddy and Ted.
Diminutive baby names alike Edwin are Edin,
Adin, Eden, Edan, Edyn, Eadin and Odin.
is a nice boy's name of Old English and German origin.
It has a prosperous meaning: "sword, famous, shiny, brilliant sword".
Egbert has 13 forms: Bertie, Bertin, Berto,
Berty, Burt, Burty, Berthold, Berton, Burton, Delbert, Engelbert,
Filbert and Butch.
There are also some short baby names close to Egbert:
Akbar, Elbert, Ebert and Edbert.
is one of favourite boy's names in Germany. It has
Latin, German and Old English origin. Its meaning is "one who lives
near the elder tree, cheerful; alder tree".
Ellery has got 2 different variants: Ellary
Diminutive baby names pronounced like Ellery are Elroy,
Waller and Wyler.
is a beautiful male first name with Latin and Old
German roots. It has a positive meaning: "industrious; to emulate;
eager". It is a derivative from Aemilius. Emilio
is used in Spain; Emile is a French variant.
Emil has 15 similar forms: Aimil, Aymil, Emelen,
Emelio, Emile, Emilian, Emiliano, Emilianus, Emilio, Emilion, Emilyan,
Emlen, Emlin, Emlyn and Emlynn.
Short baby names that sound like Emil are also very
popular: Amil, Amal, Amel, Amiel and Jamil.
is a widespread boy's name of Old German and Old English
origin. It has a manly meaning: "earnest, vigorous, serious; determined;
sincere". It is a derivative form of Ernst (originally
German). Ernesto is used in Spain.
Ernest has 6 familiar variants: Earnest, Ernesto,
Ernestus, Ernie, Erno and Ernst.
Diminutive baby names related to Ernest are Ireneus,
Aaronas and Irenaeus.
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