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For a classic German name, just think of the children in The Sound of Music. (Nevermind that they’re supposed to be Austrian!) German baby names tend to have strong consonants, like Friedrich, Kurt, Louisa, Brigitta, and wee Gretel.

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Abelard

German: Noble

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Ada

African: First daughter

English: Prosperous, happy

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Adal

German: Sweet or noble

Teutonic: Noble

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Adal

German: Noble

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Adalard

German: Highborn and courageous

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Adalbert

German Origin

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Adali

German: Noble

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Adalia

A beautiful and exotic name, Adalia really is fit for nobility. Adalia is primarily used as a girl's name now, but it's biblical...

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Adalicia

German: Of the nobility, noble

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Adalie

German: Noble

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Adalrich

German: Highborn ruler, noble commander

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Adalwen

German Origin

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Adalwolf

German: Noble wolf

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Adalwolfa

German: Noble she-wolf

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Adalyn

If you haven't heard of Adalyn yet, you will soon. This name is on the move and doesn't appear to be stopping anytime soon...

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Addie

Addie is typically a nickname for a variety of girl names, but is increasingly used as a given name. It saw a huge boost...

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Adel

Arabic: Righteous, fair, just; stems from Adl, meaning justice

German Origin

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Adela

French: Good humor, of the nobility

German Origin

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Adelaide

French Origin

German: Of the nobility; the wife of Emperor Otto the Great and the name of an Australian city

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Adele

Adele is a lovely blast from the past. It has a long history—there's Saint Adele and Adele was the name of William the...

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Adelfuns

German Origin

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Adelheid

German: Sweet or noble

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Adelheide

German: Sweet or noble

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Adelina

French: Of the nobility; variant of Adelaide

German: Sweet or noble

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Adelinda

German: Sweet or noble

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Adelita

German: Of the nobility, noble

Spanish: Of the nobility, noble; a diminutive form of Adela. During the Mexican Revolution in the early twentieth century, adelitas...

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Adellinde

German: Noble

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Adette

German: Sweet or noble

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Adolf

This name isn't technically illegal (though "Adolf" and "Hitler" together is), but you'll be hard-pressed to find a parent...

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Adolph

German: Noble wolf

Latin Origin

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