List of German Names For Girls And Their Meanings: Looking for German names for your baby girl? Check out here to get the Vintage German baby girl names, old fashioned German girl name and short German girl names with their meanings.
Old German Baby Girl Names And Their Meanings
Adalinda ― Noble Serpent
Amalee ― A person eager to work hard and achieve heights like a leader
Athelina ― An old serpent
Aya ― design, colorful or beautiful. It also means ‘bees’ in Old German.
Char ― A charming free man
Charlaine ― A charming girl
Charlayne ― A free, strong person
Charlea ― An independent man
Charleen ― A lively, free person
Charlena ― The one with free will
Charlene ― A free woman
Charley ― Freeman; person who has a free mind
Charli ― One with free spirit
Charline ― The one who is born free
Charlisa ― Brave woman
Charlot ― A born Prince who gives orders and is prosperous
Charlott ― A born Prince
Charlotta ― A Princess
Charlotte ― Feminine form of Charles; freeman
Charlsie ― Naive, intelligent and free person
Charlyne ― A wealthy and free man
Charlynn ― The dark one who is manly, strong and filled with virility
Charyl ― A green gemstone
Cherlyn ― Green gemstone
Elina ― A name which stands for a bright light
Fenne ― A form of Fenja, meaning peace and protection
Fenneke ― Peace, protection, safety
Filberta ― An immensely bright personality
Frauke ― Derived from Old German ‘Frowka’ translating to ‘a little lady’
Gesa ― Spear, strength, power
Gesche ― Frisian form of Gertrude, meaning spear, strength, power
Gesina ― Frisian form of Gertrude, meaning spear, strength, power
Hamlen ― little home-lover
Hawyse ― Combat, battle wide
Imme ― Frisian form of Irmgard, meaning universal, or fence
Schwanhilde ― Icelandic term for swan.
Silke ― Frisian for of Cecily. It means blind.
Svanhildur ― A variant of Schwanhilde, meaning swan.
Svantje ― Swan
Swantje ― Frisian form of Schwanhilde. It means swan.
Yuna ― The archer