Common german names

Most common german names decade by decade
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1900s

male Ernst, Friedrich, Hans, Heinrich, Hermann, Karl, Otto, Paul, Walter, Wilhelm
female Anna, Bertha, Elisabeth, Emma, Frieda , Gertrud, Margarethe, Maria, Marie, Martha

1920s

male Gerhard, Günter, Hans, Heinz, Helmut, Herbert, Karl, Kurt, Walter, Werner
female Edith, Elfriede, Erna, Gerda, Gertrud, Hildegard, Ilse, Irmgard, Lieselotte, Ursula

1940s

male Dieter, Günter, Hans, Horst, Jürgen, Klaus, Manfred, Peter, Uwe, Wolfgang
female Christa, Elke, Erika, Gisela, Helga, Ingrid, Karin, Monika, Renate, Ursula

1960s

male Andreas, Frank, Jörg, Jürgen, Klaus, Michael, Peter, Stefan, Thomas, Uwe
female Andrea, Angelika, Birgit, Gabriele, Heike, Martina, Petra, Sabine, Susanne, Ute

1980s

male Alexander, Christian, Daniel, Dennis, Jan, Martin, Michael, Sebastian, Stefan, Thomas
female Anja, Christina, Julia, Katrin, Melanie, Nadine, Nicole, Sabrina, Sandra, Stefanie

2000s

male Finn, Jan, Jannik, Jonas, Leon, Luca, Lukas, Niklas, Tim, Tom
female Anna, Hannah, Julia, Lara, Laura, Lea, Lena, Lisa, Michelle, Sarah