German Boy Names: What Should Your Son Be Called?

As a mommy-to-be, you’re thinking about what your baby boy’s name might be. Often, finding a name is not that easy. What is the right German boy name and what meaning or origin it has, you will learn here.

German Boy Names

Often German first names have have a religious background and originate from the Hebrew language, or they are originally come from the Old German.

The boy names from the German Language area are also represented in Austria and Switzerland. Many typical german boy names, which were common in the times of the great-grandparents, come back again

Example:

  • Adelbert
  • Gustav

Besides German Boy names may also originate from other countries. Scandinavian names are meanwhile common in Germany.

Example:

  • Jens
  • Sven
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  • Linus
  • Jonas
  • Emil
  • Luke
  • Alexander
  • Lio
  • Julian
  • Felix

From A-Z: German Boy Names With Origin And Meaning

Boy names with A

NAME LANGUAGE MEANING
Achim German the husband of St. Anna, the mother of Mary
Adalger Old High German the noble with spear
Adalgis Old High German known through St. Adalgis of Novara, an Irish monk who missioned in France (7th century)
Adam German in the Bible Adam is the progenitor of mankind; human being
Adelar German Adalher
Adelfried German noble and peaceful
Adelgis German known through St. Adalgis of Novara, an Irish monk who missioned in France (7th century)
Adi German Short form of male names beginning with “Adal-” or “Adel-”
Adolar German Adalher
Adwin German Noble friend
Agilrich German Terror Ruler
Aginmar German Horror/Spearhead, famous
Aglef German old german male given name
Agnus German Lamb
Aistulf Old High German known by Aistulf, king of Lombardy (8th century)
Alawis Old High German known through the devotion of the Jesuit Aloisius of Gonzaga (16th century)
Alban German known through St. Alban of Mainz, martyr (4th/5th c.)
Alberich German in Germanic mythology Alberich is the king of the elves
Aldrik German noble ruler
Alexander German known by Alexander the Great, King of Macedonia (356-323 B.C.)
Alfred German known through Alfred the Great, Anglo-Saxon king (9th century)
Alkuin Old High German Name of an Anglo-Saxon theologian and poet
Almund German Noble protector
Aloys German known for his devotion to the holy Jesuit Aloisius of Gonzaga (16th century)
Altmann German known through St. Altmann, Bishop of Passau (11th century)
Alto German a messenger of faith in Bavaria
Amadeus German like Ehregott, Christlieb etc.
Amaelius German the efficient
Amalrich Old High German characteristic for the names of the Ostrogothic royal family of the Amalians or Amelungs
Amantius German known as the name of various early saints
Ambros German in Greek mythology Ambrosia is the food of the gods, which confers immortality
Ambrosius Latin in Greek mythology Ambrosia is the food of the gods that confers immortality
Anian German the tortured
Anicetus German known through St. Anicetus, one of the first popes (2nd century)
Anno German spread by the devotion to St. Arnold, lute player at the court of Charlemagne
Anselm German known through the devotion of St. Anselm of Canterbury (11th/12th century)
Anselmus Latin known through the devotion of St. Anselm of Canterbury (11th/12th c.)
Ansgar German known through the Ossian poem (with Oskar as Ossian’s son) by the Scotsman James Macpherson
Answald Old High German spread by the name of St. Oswald (7th century), king of Northumbria
Answin German Friend of God
Anton German spread by the devotion to St. Anthony of Padua, patron saint of Portugal (13th century).
Archus German Name of the saint Archus, possibly derived from Archibald
Ardo German Name of a king of the Goths; meaning uncertain
Ardrik German Name probably derived from Ardarich (among others king of the Gepids in the 5th century)
Arend German spread by the veneration of St. Arnold, lute player at the court of Charlemagne
Arcadius Greek Flavius Arcadius was the first emperor of the Byzantine Empire
Armin German Name of a Germanic warrior-prince who defeated a Roman army in 9 A.D
Arnd German spread by the veneration of St. Arnold, lute player at the court of Charlemagne
Arnest Old High German made famous by the legend of Duke Ernst of Swabia
Arnhelm German Eagle that gives protection
Arnim German Name of the place Arnim (belongs to Stendal in Saxony-Anhalt)
Arnold German spread by the veneration of St. Arnold, lute player at the court of Charlemagne
Arnulf Old High German known through St. Arnulf, the ancestor of the ruling dynasty of the Carolingians (6th/7th century)
Arnust Old High German known through the legend of Duke Ernst of Swabia
Arthur German spread by the legend of King Arthur and his Round Table (6th century)
Arwid German, Eagle on the tree
Arwin German Friend of the eagle
Asjon German Name of a Swedish lake
Askan German Names from Greek-Roman mythology
Asmus German spread by the devotion of St. Erasmus (3./4.), emergency helper and patron of seamen
Asmuth German God and spirit/courage
Aspasius German the welcome one, the lovely one
Astold German Astolt/Astold is a character from the Nibelungen saga
Atze German used as a term for a friend, brother or buddy
Audomar Old High German spread by the name of St. Othmar (7th/8th century), the founding abbot of St. Gallen
August German Honorary epithet of the first Roman emperor Gaius Octavianus
Augustine German Honorary epithet of the first Roman emperor Gaius Octavianus
Aurelian German known by the Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius (2nd century)
Aurion German the Golden
Aegilius German was the name of the protective mantle of Zeus or Athena

Boys Names With B

NAME LANGUAGE MEANING
Baldur German in nordic mythology Baldur is the god of light, the son of Odin and Frigg
Balthasar German Fertility god worshipped in the Near East; known as the name of one of the three holy kings.
Barnabas German “Son of the Prophet” or “Son of Consolation”
Bastian German named in honor of a Roman emperor.
Beat German happy, blissful; name of the first messenger of the faith in Switzerland
Beda German an Anglo-Saxon church teacher (7th/8th century)
Benedict German known through St. Benedict of Nursia, an Italian monk
Benjamin German in the Bible the youngest son of Jacob
Benno German spread by the devotion of St. Bernard of Clairvaux (11th/12th century)
Berend German strong like a bear, strong as a bear
Bernd German spread by the devotion of St. Bernard of Clairvaux (11th/12th century).
Bernhard German spread by the devotion of St. Bernard of Clairvaux (11th/12th century)
Bernhardin German spread by the devotion of St. Bernard of Clairvaux (11th/12th century)
Björn Scandinavian Bear; Brown
Bobfried German Glorious, shiny, protective
Bodo German Lord, messenger
Borei German in the greek. Mythology the wind god of the north
Botlef German Improvement, messenger, descendant
Börries German known through St. Liborius, Bishop of Le Mans (4th century)
Bruno German Epithet of the god Odin
Brunolf German brown wolf
Brutus Latin heavy
Bryan German Name of the Irish national hero Brian Boroimhe
Burghard German spread by the veneration of St. Burkhard, Bishop of Würzburg
Burghard German Castle and man
Burkhard German spread by the veneration of St. Burkhard, Bishop of Würzburg
Burkhardt German Protection and strong

Boys Names With C

NAME LANGUAGE MEANING
Casimir German known by the devotion to St. Casimir, the patron saint of Poland
Caspar German spread by Kaspar, the name of one of the Three Wise Men
Cassian German a Christian martyr of the 4th century
Cesar German the man cut out of his mother’s womb
Clovis Old High German german and French kings and emperors spread all over Europe
Chlothar Old High German known as a Frankish noble name, e.g. Lothar II, king of Lotharingen (9th century)
Christoph German spread in the Middle Ages by the veneration of St. Christopher (3rd century), patron saint of skippers and rafters, one of the 14 emergency helpers
Clemens German mild, gentle
Colias German means a genus of butterflies
Conrad German bold adviser
Cordelius German Cordelius
Corven German Raven
Corvinus German small raven
Celestine German known by the holy pope Cölestin I. (432)
Crishan German Name of the Indian deity Krishna

Boy Names With D

NAME LANGUAGE MEANING
Daniel German biblical name; God is/is my judge
Dankert German determined thought
Dierk German powerful among the people; ruler of the people
Dietger German Name known through St. Thöger of Thuringia, missionary in Norway and Denmark (11th century)
Diether Old High German old German two-letter name, variant of Dieter; can also be seen as short form of Dietrich
Dietolf German People and wolf
Dietrich German powerful among the people; ruler of the people
Dirk German powerful among the people; ruler of the people
Dominik German known through St. Dominic, the founder of the Dominican Order (13th century)

Boys Names With E

NAME LANGUAGE MEANING
Eckhard German known by the legendary figure of the “faithful Eckart
Eckhart German the sword strong one, i.e. the one practiced in handling the sword (sword wielder)
Eckmar German same derivation as Egomar
Edi German Name of 8 successive English kings
Egidius German Protective mantle of Zeus or Athena
Egmar German famous swordsman
Ehrhard German known through St. Erhard, bishop of Regensburg (around 700)
Elgar German Spear(point)
Eliezer German in the Bible a servant of Abraham
Eligius German known through St. Eligius (6th/7th century), the patron saint of goldsmiths
Elijah German in the Bible a great prophet who fights against the Baal cult
Emanuel German in the Old Testament the name of the coming Messiah foretold by the prophet Isaiah
Engelbert German spread by the veneration of the holy Engelbert, the archbishop of Cologne (12./13.century)
Engelhard German determined angel
Erdmann German Earth and man of the army
Erhard German known by St. Erhard, bishop of Regensburg (about 700)
Erkhild German outstanding fighter
Ernst German the saga of Duke Ernst of Swabia
Eugene German made famous in the 18th century by Prince Eugene of Savoy
Ewald German known through two saints in the Middle Ages
Eyk German Oak, ruler

Boys Names With F

NAME LANGUAGE MEANING
Fabius German Bean
Fabrizius German Craftsman, Schmid
Falko German the wonderful falcon
Faustinus German the lucky one
Faustus German the lucky one
Felix German favoured by luck
Fenris German Swamp
Fidel German the faithful
Fiete German known as the name of various German rulers, e.g. Frederick the Great (18th century)
Filipp German Horse
Fjell German Mountain
Florence German City of Florence in Italy
Florian German spread in the Middle Ages by the devotion to St. Florian (4th century).
Florus German in roman mythology the goddess of flowers and springtime
Franciscus German known as St. Francis of Assisi
Frank German free
Fredi German known by Alfred the Great, Anglo-Saxon king (9th century)
Fredward German Keeper of the peace
Fredy German known as the name of various German rulers, e.g. Frederick the Great (18th century)
Fridenand Old High German Names of various rulers
Fridolf German the peaceful wolf
Friedebert German shining peace/protection
Frieder German known as the name of various German rulers, e.g. Frederick the Great (18th century)
Friederich German in the Middle Ages known as name of various German rulers, e.g. Frederick the Great (18th century)
Friedhard German strong peace, protection
Friedhorst German peaceful man from the forest
Friedrich German known as the name of various German rulers, e.g. Frederick the Great (18th century)
Friedwald German Ruler of peace
Frieso German Name of a germanic goddess
Friso German from the name of the germanic tribe of the Frisians
Frithjof German peaceful thief
Fritz German known in the Middle Ages as the name of various German rulers, e.g. Frederick the Great (18th century)
Frodewin German clever friend
Frohwald German clever ruler

Boy Names With G

NAME LANGUAGE MEANING
Gawan German known by one of the knights of the round table
Gebhard German spread in the Middle Ages through the veneration of St. Gebhard, Bishop of Constance (10th century)
George German known through St. George (3rd/4th century)
Gerd German a figure from the Nordic mythology.
Gereon German known through St. Gereon, officer in the Theban Legion (4th century)
Gerhold German Ruler with spear
Gerion German known through St. Gereon, officer in the Theban Legion (4th century)
Germann German Speermann
Germut German brave spearman
Gernot German known by Gernot of the Nibelungenlied, the brother of King Gunther
Gilbert German known for the medieval practice of giving children to foreign courts as guarantors for alliances
Gisbert German known by the medieval practice of giving children as guarantors for alliances to foreign courts
Giselmar German known guarantor
Godber German God and splendor
Godehard German spread in the Middle Ages by the veneration of St. Gotthard (Godehard) of Hildesheim (10th/11th century)
Goldmund German known from the story “Narcissus and Goldmund” by Hermann Hesse
Gotthard German old German two-letter name, spread in the Middle Ages by the veneration of St. Gotthard (Godehard) of Hildesheim (10th/11th century)
Gotthold German in the time of the Pietism (17./18.Jh.)
Gisbert German known for the medieval practice of giving children to foreign courts as guarantors for alliances
Giselher German old German two-letter name; Giso is in use as an independent short form of Giselher
Giselmar German well-known guarantor
Godber German God and splendor
Godehard German spread in the Middle Ages by the veneration of St. Gotthard (Godehard) of Hildesheim (10th/11th century)
Godwill German God’s will
Gotthard German spread in the Middle Ages by the veneration of St. Gotthard (Godehard) of Hildesheim (10th/11th century)
Gotthold German in the time of the Pietismus (17./18.Jh.) newly formed name
Günther German in the Nibelungenlied ‘Gunther’ was the king of Burgundy

Boy Names With H

NAME LANGUAGE MEANING
Hagen German known by Hagen of Tronje from the Nibelungenlied, who killed Siegfried
Hajo Frisian known by the Hagen von Tronje from the Nibelungenlied, who killed Siegfried
Hannes German known by John the Baptist
Hans German Name of the apostle and evangelist John
Hartmut German a hero in the medieval saga of Gudrun
Hartwil German determined will
Harwig German known through Herwig von Seeland, the fiancé of Gudrun in the Gudrun Saga
Hedlef German fighting descendant
Heiko Low German Name of numerous dukes, kings and emperors
Heinfried German Homeland, peace
Heinold German Homeland and ruler
Heinrich German Landlord, the master of the house
Helfried German Younger form of Helmfried or Heilfried
Helmfried German Peaceful protector
Helmhart German Protection and hardness
Helwart German healthy protector
Helwig German heil
Henning German Name of numerous dukes, kings and emperors
Henrik Danish Name of numerous dukes, kings and emperors
Herbert German spread by the name of St. Heribert, Archbishop of Cologne (10th/11th c.).
Herward German Guardian of the army
Herwig German known through Herwig of Zealand, the fiancé of Gudrun in the Gudrun Saga.
Hildebrand German known by the Hildebrandslied, which was written sometime in the 4th to 6th century
Hildegrim German Hero, warrior, fighter; mask, helmet
Holger German Fighter from the island; faithful spearman
Horand German known from the Nibelungen saga
Horst German Horse
Horstmar German famous man from the forest
Hruodolf Old High German popular princely name in the Middle Ages, e.g. Rudolf of Habsburg (13th century)
Hubert German spread by the veneration of St. Hubert, bishop of Liège (8th century)
Hugubert Old High German spread by the veneration of St. Hubert, Bishop of Liège (8th century)
Huldbrand German Heir with sword
Huldrich German known for his devotion to St. Ulrich, Bishop of Augsburg (9th/10th c.)
Huldrych Upper German known through the veneration of St. Ulrich, Bishop of Augsburg (9th/10th century)

Boy Names With I

NAME LANGUAGE MEANING
Ignaz German known through St. Ignatius of Loyola (15th/16th century), the founder of the Jesuit Order
Ingo German Name of a germanic deity
Ingold German Ruling God
Ingraban German The astute Ingwäone
Ivo German Arrow) bow from yew wood

Boys Names With J

NAME LANGUAGE MEANING
Jacob English May He (God) protect
Janus Frisian derived from the roman name of the gods Ianus
Jasper Low German the Three Wise Men
Joachim German the husband of St. Anne, the mother of Mary
John German Biblical male given name; so far 23 popes bore the name John
Jonah Hebrew known through the biblical story of the prophet Jonah and the whale
Joshua German in the Old Testament successor of Moses as leader of the Israelites
Joseph German God may add another son; in the Old Testament Joseph is the eleventh son of Jacob
Jovin Rhaeto-Romanic the highest god from the Roman mythology
Julian German known by the Roman emperor Julian (Flavius Claudius Julianus)

Boys Names With K

NAME LANGUAGE MEANING
Kai German one of the knights of the round table
Camillus German Altar boys
Karl German known, e.g., by Charlemagne (8th/9th cent. Jh.)
Karmi German in the Bible one of the sons of Reuben
Kaspar German Name of one of the Magi
Kellan German Helmet/sacrificial cauldron, spring, the slim/thin one
Kilian English War, fight, fighter
Kletus German known by Cleitos, one of the generals of Alexander the Great
Konrad German bold adviser
Kunibert German spread in the Middle Ages by the name of St. Kunibert, Bishop of Cologne in the 7th century

Boy Names With L

NAME LANGUAGE MEANING
Lambert German spread by the devotion of St. Lambert (7th century)
Larion German the cheerful one
Leander German known through the Greek legend of the unhappy lovers Hero and Leander
Lenard German spread by St. Leonhard, a Frankish hermit (6th century)
Lenz German with laurel wreath as symbol of victory/victor
Leo German Short form of the Greek name Leon, which the Romans took over from the Greeks
Leonhard German spread by St. Leonhard, a Frankish hermit (6th century)
Leopold German spread by the devotion of St. Leopold, Margrave of Austria (11th/12th century)
Levin German made famous by St. Liebwin, an Anglo-Saxon missionary in Friesland (8th c.)
Linard German strong lion
Linus German in Greek mythology son of Apollo and teacher of Hercules
Lion German my strength, my power, my will
Lionarth German the determined lion
Lios German greek sun god Helios
Loomis German the one who came, he wanted/he came
Lothar German known as a Frankish noble name, e.g. Lothar II, King of Lotharingen (today Lorraine) (9th century)
Ludwig German Name of German and French kings and emperors spread all over Europe
Ludger German known through St. Ludger, a Frisian missionary (8th/9th century)
Lukan German known through the bishop Lukan from Säben (5th century)
Luke German bright, white; born into the light

Boys Names With M

NAME LANGUAGE MEANING
Malte German known through Rilke’s novel ‘The Notes of Malte Laurids Brigge’ (1910)
Manfred German known through the Staufer King Manfred of Sicily (13th century)
Marbot German Horse messenger
Marc German Name of the evangelist Mark
Marcell German Name of several saints and popes, e.g. St. Pope Marcellus (3rd/4th century)
Martin German Name of the god of war Mars
Mathias German in the New Testament one of the 12 apostles of Jesus and at the same time one of the 4 evangelists
Matthias German Gift of God; Gift of the Lord
Maximilian German the greatest
Meik German in the Old Testament one of the four archangels patron saint of the old German Empire
Menowin German powerful winner; wealthy friend
Merik German Multiplier, Enlarger, Extender
Michael Hebrew biblical given name; patron saint of the old German Empire.
Miljan German of love
Moritz German spread in the Middle Ages through the devotion to St. Mauritius
Munir German the shining one

Boys Names With N

NAME LANGUAGE MEANING
Nabor German in the bible name of the grandfather and also the name of a brother of Abraham
Nahne German the daring
Natanael German God has given
Nemuel German the day god spoke
Nero German known by the Roman Emperor Nero (37-68 AD)
Nestor German a greek hero of the Iliad
Nicklas Scandinavian known through St. Nicholas
Nico German known by St. Nicholas
Nicolas French known through St. Nicholas
Norbert German known through St. Norbert of Xanten (11th/12th century)
Norman English used as a name for the Vikings

Boys Names With O

NAME LANGUAGE MEANING
Olaf German King Olaf II. (12th century) is the patron saint of Norway
Oskar Swedish made famous by the Ossian poem (with Oskar as Ossian’s son) by the Scotsman James Macpherson
Otto German popular in the Middle Ages as the name of german kings, dukes and counts

Boys Names With P

NAME LANGUAGE MEANING
Paul German widespread as a saint name
Peter German known as the name of St. Peter the Apostle
Philian German the lover
Philipp German known as the name of the apostle Philip

Boy Names With Q

NAME LANGUAGE MEANING
Quint German the fifth
Quintin German Boys, 5th child born in a family

Boys Names With R

NAME LANGUAGE MEANING
Raban German known through the holy archbishop of Mainz Rabanus Maurus (8th/9th century)
Raphael German an archangel
Reginhard German strong advisor
Reimer German old German two-letter name known by St. Ramirus (6th century)
Rembrandt German Advisor with sword
Renar German Fox
Rene German the born again; through the Christian Baptism newborn
Rio German River
Roan German Raven
Rolf German popular princely name in the Middle Ages, e.g. Rudolf of Habsburg (13th century)
Romeo German in the Middle Ages change of meaning to Rome-pilgrim
Rudolf German Name in the Middle Ages popular prince name, e.g. Rudolf of Habsburg (13th century)
Ruven German in the Bible the eldest of Jacob’s twelve sons

Boys Names With S

NAME LANGUAGE MEANING
Solomon German in the Bible a king of Israel and Judah known for his wisdom (9th century B.C.)
Salvator German the savior, the redeemer
Saul Dutch in the Old Testament the first king of Israel (around 1000 B.C.); in the New Testament the Jewish name of the apostle Paul
Selmar German famous hall house
Severin German spread by St. Severin, Bishop of Cologne (4th/5th c.)
Shorty German the shorty, also the petty criminal, also the pajama
Siegfried German known by the dragon slayer Siegfried in the Nibelungen saga
Sigmar German famous winner
Silvan German Names of the ancient Roman god of the forest
Simon German Name of one of the twelve apostles; in the Old Testament one of the twelve sons of Jacob
Sören German spread by St. Severin, bishop of Cologne (4th/5th century)
Stefan German spread by the devotion to St. Stephen, the first martyr of the early church
Swen German young man, boy

Boy Names With T

NAME LANGUAGE MEANING
Tamias German Lord, master
Taurus German the bull
Teo German the gift of god
Theodor German God gift
Thomas German spread by the devotion to St. Thomas the Apostle
Thorsten Scandinavian Stone
Til German known among others for Till Eulenspiegel
Tim English appreciate, honor
Toman German Man of the people

Boy Names With U

NAME LANGUAGE MEANING
Udo German popular in the Middle Ages as the name of German kings, dukes and counts
Uli German known through the veneration of St. Ulrich, Bishop of Augsburg (9th/10th century)
Ulrich German known through the veneration of St. Ulrich, bishop of Augsburg (9th/10th c.)
Urban German spread by the veneration of the holy pope Urban I. (3. Jh.)

Boys Names With V

NAME LANGUAGE MEANING
Valentine German known for the devotion to St. Valentine (3rd century).
Victor German Epithet of Hercules and the father of the gods Jupiter
Vincenz German the victor over the suffering of the world
Vincent German spread by the devotion to St. Vincent of Saragossa (3rd/4th century)
Volker German known by the knight and minstrel Volker from the Nibelungenlied

Boys Names With W

NAME LANGUAGE MEANING
Waldefried German peaceful ruler
Walter German known in the Middle Ages through Walther von der Volgelweide (around 1200)
Werner German warn, preserve, protect
Wilhelm German Name of several famous kings, e.g. of William the Conqueror, the first Norman king of England

Boy Names With X

NAME LANGUAGE MEANING
Xander German known by Alexander the Great, King of Macedonia (356-323 B.C.)
Xaver German Epithet of St. Francis Xavier at Xavier Castle near Pamplona (Spain, 16th century)

Boy Names With Y

NAME LANGUAGE MEANING
Yoda German Name of the Jedi Master from “Star Wars

Boys Names With Z

NAME LANGUAGE MEANING
Zeus Greek Zeus is the highest Greek god, the lord of Olympus
Cylvanio German Names of the ancient Roman god of the forest
Zyriak German known by St. Cyriacus (3rd century), one of the 14 emergency helpers
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Find The Perfect German Boy Name

To find the right name for your baby, you can first ask around in your personal environment or look in baby name books in advance.

Afterwards, you can create a list of names to help you choose. You could set yourself a limit of the listed names and note down, for example, 10 German boy names with the meaning or origin. Thus you can simplify the decision of the suitable name somewhat.

Sources

https://www.vorname.com/deutsche,vornamen,0.html

https://www.glamour.de/liebe/beziehung/deutsche-vornamen

https://www.baby-vornamen.de/Sprache_und_Herkunft/deutsche_Vornamen.php

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