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German Girls' First Names - Vornamen Amalfrieda OHG "fried" means "peace." Ada, Adda Short for names with "Adel-" (Adelheid, Adelgunde) Alberta from Adalbert Amalie, Amalia Short for names with "Amal-" Adalberta Names beginning with Adal (adel) derive from the OHG adal, meaning noble, aristocratic (modern. While the rest of the world may name hurricanes or typhoons, the German Weather Service ( Deutscher Wetterdienst ) has gone so far as to name ordinary high ( hoch ) and low ( tief ) pressure zones. It has also been popular in compound names: Annaheide, Annekathrin, Annelene, Annelies(e Annelore, Annemarie and Annerose.
"Ger-" names Gertraud, Gertraude, Gertraut, Gertrud/Gertrude Old Germanic name meaning "strong spear." Gerwine Old German name: "spear" and "friend" Gesa Low German/Frisian form of "Gertrud" Gisa A short form of "Gisela" and other "Gis-" names Gisbert., Gisberta. Augustus Arnold : An old German name from OHG arn (eagle) and waltan (to rule) means "he who rules like an eagle." Popular during the Middle Ages, the name later fell out of favor but returned in the 1800s.