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Please comment Some modern and vs. Short German Girl Names vs. For my little One

I'm in need of beautiful and preferably short German girl names but they shouldn't be too hard to pronounce for Americans (including us) Any ideas?

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For My Little One

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Please Comment Some Modern And

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Short German Girl Names

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Poll created: Oct 22, 2019
Total Votes: 2

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Ava, Gretl, Anna, Liesl, Hannah
posted by Guest :: 4 weeks ago | report
Ada
Amalia
Aloisa
Heidi
Deidrei
Anja
Avila
Elsa
Emerie
Eleanore
Felicie
Frida
Fiona
Greta
Hanna

Like any of these?
posted by Ava :: 4 weeks ago | report
Ava btw, is Persian.. Not German. I know, it's my name lolπŸ˜‚
posted by Ava :: 4 weeks ago | report
Laugh all you want. I happen to be German and have many older aunts named Ava. It comes from the Germanic name Avagisa.
posted by Guest :: 4 weeks ago | report
Since when is Ava a Persian name? I have never heard of anyone Persian being called that. Ava is Latin meaning "Life" and then later on in the medieval times it came from Avagisa like the previous guest said or the common Aveline which also gave way to the English name Evelyn. As for German names I like Marta! GL :)
posted by Guest :: 4 weeks ago | report
Clara/Klara, Cora/Kora, Ida, Ingrid, Liese, Oda, Romy, Tabea, Thea, Ursula, Zella & Zilla - GL!
posted by JSV :: 4 weeks ago | report
Ava is both German & Persian. :-)
posted by JSV :: 4 weeks ago | report
Omg! I'm so sorry it seemed like I was laughing at you! Truly. I know sometimes it seems like we try to be mean because it's behind the computer, but j really wasn't trying to. I'm sorry. And yes, Ava can also be translated into Latin, and German, and many other languages for that matter, but the original form was Persian. It is derived from the Persian eve manning beautiful.. And in Farsi, the language they speak in Iran, it means voice of an angel. And I was laughing at my self when I said that I would know cuz it's my name.. Again, I apologize., the fistyness was the middle eastern in me lol
posted by Ava :: 4 weeks ago | report
And, my dad is German, my mom is Persian, so I have both roots in me😊
posted by Ava :: 4 weeks ago | report
Moral of the story is- we are all one!!!
posted by Guest :: 4 weeks ago | report
Yes, but Persia started it all.

Jk lol. My mom always says that we started everything lolπŸ˜‚
She is very headstrong aka DEFINITELY middle easterneastern
posted by Ava :: 4 weeks ago | report
Helga
posted by Nell :: 4 weeks ago | report
Ada
Anna
Anni
Ava
Berta
Carla
Clara
Cora
Dana
Dita
Doris
Ebba
Elli
Elma
Elsa
Emma
Erna
Eva
Evi
Flora
Franka
Freya
Frieda
Fritzi
Gabi
Gerda
Gisa
Gitta
Greta
Hanna
Hedy
Heida
Heidi
Helga
Hella
Helma
Herta
Hilda
Hulda
Ida
Ilsa
Ina
Inga
Inka
Iris
Irma
Isa
Jenny
Jo
Judit
Jutta
Karin
Karla
Kiki
Klara
Kora
Lara
Laura
Lea
Lena
Leni
Liesa
Liesel
Liesl
Lili
Lilli
Lilo
Lina
Linda
Lisa
Lulu
Magda
Manu
Margit
Marlen
Marlis
Marta
Maxi
Meta
Mia
Micha
Michi
Minna
Mitzi
Nicol
Nina
Nora
Oda
Olga
Paula
Petra
Pia
Priska
Ria
Rita
Romy
Rosa
Ruth
Sara(h)
Sascha
Selma
Senta
Sigi
Sonja
Steffi(e)
Stella
Susi
Tanja
Thea
Theda
Thora
Trudi
Ulla
Ulli
Vera
Vilma
Willy
Wilma
Zella
Zenzi
Zilla
Ziska
Zita
Zoe
posted by Vel :: 4 weeks ago | report
Ok forreal tho, please stop putting Ava on this list. It isn't really German! Any name could be translated in to any language, but Ava isn't German. I'm sorry.
posted by Ava :: 4 weeks ago | report
Freyja and Liesl are also great ones!
posted by Ava :: 4 weeks ago | report
Ava- all the baby name sites state Ava comes from Latin and Germanic origins. Stop being a troll.
posted by Guest :: 4 weeks ago | report
Ava is one of the most beautiful names. I would choose that or Ada.
posted by Guest :: 4 weeks ago | report
AVA

Originally a short form of Germanic names beginning with the element avi, of unknown meaning, possibly "desired". This was the name of a 9th-century Frankish saint. It was also borne by a 12th-century poet from Melk, Austria.

Also, means "voice, sound" in Persian.
posted by JSV :: 4 weeks ago | report
I am not being a troll. I don't have time for people who are headstrong, and only open to their on ideas. Have you nothing better to do than sit here and argue with me? I have already stated that this name can be in many different origins. I'm here only to be of service. If you find that offensive, that's on you. I'm not trying to be offensive to anyone. I'm only stating facts. Again, any name can be translated into any language, but that does not change the origin. To the guest who said that Ava is a beautiful name, thank you! I've always liked it😊
I'm not at all trying to be a troll.. To you who is saying that I'm being a troll- how old are you? Do your homework!
posted by Ava :: 4 weeks ago | report
Also,
JSV-Thank you!
posted by Ava :: 4 weeks ago | report
Jadwiga is my MILs name. Ava Jadwiga! GL!
posted by Guest :: 4 weeks ago | report
Wanda, Ava or Liesel!
posted by Guest :: 4 weeks ago | report
Ava- you are arguing with everyone else. You literally told people to stop putting Ava on their lists. JSV's comment outlined that the name does come from Germanic origin along with some Persian ties. So you have no right to say its not German when everyone knows (including yourself because your a troll). You call yourself half German? I highly doubt that
posted by Guest :: 4 weeks ago | report
Minna
Arla
Milia
Mitzi
Rolene
Elsbeth
Liesl
Zella
Ingrid
posted by Toria1896 :: 4 weeks ago | report
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I'm literally dying from laughter about this. Again. You are being ridiculous. I have acknowledged that Ava CAN BE GERMAN. So can any other name. The origins of Ava however, are Persian. The name is more well known nowadays as german. The origins are Persian, and Greek. Again I say, go do your homework. You shouldn't be up this late on a school night.
posted by Ava :: 4 weeks ago | report
And I didn't tell them to stop, I asked if they please would, and I am saying this only so that they know what is, and is not German. And, btw, I am German. My dad is german, and my mom is Iranian aka Persian. This is not hate towards the person I'm talking to! I hope that I am not offending someone. That is not what I'm trying to do. I'm all for positivity.
posted by Ava :: 4 weeks ago | report
Exactly. No comeback now huh
posted by Ava :: 4 weeks ago | report
Funny how quickly ignorant people disappear when the have been outsmarted in a logics. ArgumentπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
posted by Ava :: 4 weeks ago | report
First of all: Many of the above mentioned names aren't german at all.

I know because I'm german und have lived in Germany all my life ;-)

Here are my opinions on the names:

Arla - never heard this name (except a brand for butter has this name in Germany)
Milia - never heard it
Mitzi - could be a cat's name in Germany, but not suitable for a baby
Rolene - never heard it
Elsbeth - very old-fashioned in Germany
Liesl - same here
Zella - never heard it
Ingrid - it's scandinavian, but has been popular in Germany some decades ago
Ava - popular in Germany at the moment, but I don't know if it's really typically german
Wanda - it's a polish name
Jadwiga - could also be polish, definitely not german
Freyja - spelling is wrong (right: "Freja" or "Freya")
Ada - same as "Ava"
Anna - this is a very popular name in Germany since many generations
Anni - traditional german name, but also modern at the moment
Berta - very old-fashioned (many cows are called so in Germany)
Carla - gets popular in Germany
Clara - same here
Cora - I know some people called Cora here
Dana - same here
Dita - in my opinion, it's a dutch name
Doris - very old-fashioned
Ebba - very rare and tradiotional
Elli - not so common in Germany
Elma - never heard of it
Elsa - very popular due to "Frozen"
Emma - very popular
Erna - old-fashioned
Eva - traditional
Evi - nickname of the name "Eva"
Flora - traditional, but gets more popular
Franka - traditional, but also modern
Frieda - same here
Fritzi - very rare
Gabi - old-fashioned (nickname for "Gabriele")
Gerda - old-fashioned
Gisa - nevere heard of it
Gitta - same here
Greta - traditional, but gets "hip" due to Greta Thunberg
Hanna - not so popular at the moment, but everyone knows this name in Germany
Hedy - very rare
Heida - never heard of it
Heidi - popular due to Heidi Klum
Helga - very old-fashioned
Hella - old-fashioned
Helma - same here
Herta - very old-fashioned
Hilda - same here
Hulda - same here
Ida - very popular at the moment, but also traditional
Ilsa - rare
Ina - I know some people called Ina, most of them are in their fourties or fifties
Inga - scandinavian name
Inka - rare
Iris - rare
Irma - old-fashioned
Isa - nickname of "Isabelle", was popular in the 1990s
Jenny - nickname for "Jennifer", also popular in the 1990s, a bit tacky
Jo - don't know this name
Judit - more popular "Judith", biblical name
Jutta - very old-fashioned
Karin - same here
Karla - see "Carla"
Kiki - nickname for "Kirsten"
Klara - same as "Carla/Karla"
Kora - same as "Cora"
Lara - isn't used often, but it exists
Laura - VERY popular
Lea - same here
Lena - same here
Leni - gets popular due to Heidi Klums daughter
Liesa - more common "Lisa", popular
Liesel - very old-fashioned
Liesl - same here
Lili - also "Lily", very popular
Lilli - same here
Lilo - old-fashioned
Lina - popular
Linda - more rare as "Lina"
Lisa - see above
Lulu - nickname, not a full name
Magda - nickname for "Magdalena", in my opinion a polish or mediterranian name
Manu - nickname for "Manuela", was modern in the 1980s
Margit - very old-fashioned
Marlen - rare at the moment, but gets popular
Marlis - very old-fashioned
Marta - polish name, also "Martha"
Maxi - nickname for "Maximiliane", not a name itself

(see next post)
posted by Guest :: 4 weeks ago | report
Meta - don't know this name
Mia - very popular
Micha - it's a boys name here in Germany, nickname fpr "Michael"
Michi - same here, maybe also a nickname for "Michaela"
Minna - don't know it
Nicol - spelling is "Nicole", was popular in the 1980s and 1990s
Nina - popular
Nora - popular (not so much as "Nina")
Oda - don't know it
Olga - polish/russian name
Paula - very popular
Petra - old-fashioned
Pia - not so popular
Priska - is definitely not a german name
Ria - nickname for "Theresia", old-fashioned
Rita - old-fashioned
Romy - gets popular at the moment
Rosa - rare
Ruth - old-fashioned
Sara(h) - VERY popular
Sascha - more popular for a boy, polish/russian name
Selma - very rare
Senta - old-fashioned
Sigi - nickname for "Sigrid", old-fashioned
Sonja - was popular in the 1970s and 1980s
Steffi(e) - nickname for "Stefanie", was popular in the 1990s
Stella - italian name
Susi - nickname for "Susanne", popular in the 1970s and 1980s
Tanja - also mostly from the 1970s and 1980s
Thea - gets popular at the moment, traditional name
Theda - traditional, old-fashioned
Thora - don't know it here
Trudi - nickname for "Gertrud", VERY old-fashioned
Ulla - nickname for "Ursula", VERY old-fashioned
Ulli - nickname for "Ulrike", old-fashioned
Vera - rare
Vilma - spelling is "Wilma", old-fashioned
Willy - don't know it
Wilma - see above
Zella - don't know it
Zenzi - VERY old-fashioned, many goats are called this name
Zilla - don't know it
Ziska - same here
Zita - same here
Zoe - definitely not german

Amalia - traditional, rare, but nice
Aloisa - VERY old-fashioned and rare
Deidrei - definitely not german
Anja - was popular in the 1970s and 1980s
Avila - not german
Emerie - same here
Eleanore - traditional, but spelling is "Eleonore", beautiful name
Felicie - not german
Fiona - not typically german

(see next post)
posted by Guest :: 4 weeks ago | report
Here are some other suggestions (that have not been mentioned before) for typical german short, modern and easy to pronouce names for girls:

Ella
Anne
Julia
Sophie
Luise
Marie
Maria

I hope, it helped!
posted by Guest :: 4 weeks ago | report
Ava, some of us has lives and arent glued to a computer screen. You literally wrote that I dont have to rehash this for you. It is a German name so all you need to do is look it up. You say your mother thinks everything has Persion origins just shows how ignorant your upbringing really was. I cant fix stupid. Kindly, ********
posted by Guest :: 4 weeks ago | report
Ava is a name from Germany. I live in Austria I am percent Austrian and yes yes it is a name of Germany.
posted by Frida :: 4 weeks ago | report
Omg. Okay.. Can we please agree to disagree?
I genuinely apologize if you felt like I was being rude.
But I really don't appreciate that you basically just called my mother stupid. I am not sure what your ******** meant, but you are probably right, and I probably should. I allowed myself to get to wrapped up in all this. I'm sorry. I don't want to hate on each other, as I think that the world is too wrapped up in this now. But, I will say that I am a very emotionally stable person, and the last comment that you posted, (and I'm going to sound like a child when I say this, but for lack of better words) really hurt you feelings. The fact that you don't even know me, or my parents and just called me AND them stupid?! That's ridiculous.
posted by Ava :: 3 weeks ago | report
*really hurt MY feelings
posted by Ava :: 3 weeks ago | report
Ava, you're right. We should agree to disagree. I apologize for the comment.
Wishing you peace, happiness and blessings to you and your mom.
posted by Guest :: 3 weeks ago | report
You as well. And I apologize too. I appreciate that there are still people in this world who are mature enough to do so.😊 Thank you. Have a great dayπŸ™‚
posted by Ava :: 3 weeks ago | report
Have a great day too Ava!
Peace again.
posted by Guest :: 3 weeks ago | report
Ada
Adelaide
Alberta
Amelia
Anna
Aubrey
Carla
Carol
Christa
Elsie
Emma
Frida
Genevieve
Geraldine
Giselle
Greta
Gretchen
Gretel
Heidi
Helga
Ida
Katrina
Kelby
Leona
Lois
Lonna
Louise
Mallory
Mariel
Matilda
Meryl
Reanna
Rue
Trudy
Velma
Wanda
Wilhelmina
Winifred
posted by Brianaj :: 3 weeks ago | report

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