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    Hermann is such a retarded name, it literally comes from army (heer) man (mann). Who names their kid army-man?
    Looking at my german family: About 20% of germans for several generations.

    Also (apart from you being wrong, see: Joe) I would totally name a kid literally "Army Man" or similar and smile happily as little Bundeswehr is taking his tentative yet swiftly getting more firm steps towards the east.
    The German side of the complicated intermarriage network between my wife's German and Austrian family (not joking) living male patriarch is called Adolphus. I doubt that happens too much any more.
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    Adolphus is regal as fuck. Would hre/10

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    We have some fun laws still on the books that mandate what happens if we are target of a declaration of war.
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    Quote Originally Posted by erichkknaar View Post
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    Hermann is such a retarded name, it literally comes from army (heer) man (mann). Who names their kid army-man?
    Looking at my german family: About 20% of germans for several generations.

    Also (apart from you being wrong, see: Joe) I would totally name a kid literally "Army Man" or similar and smile happily as little Bundeswehr is taking his tentative yet swiftly getting more firm steps towards the east.
    The German side of the complicated intermarriage network between my wife's German and Austrian family (not joking) living male patriarch is called Adolphus. I doubt that happens too much any more.
    Weird names are popping up again since "Emilism" has gone for too long and people have long run out of the more normal 'fancier' petite bourgeois names along the lines of Lea, Samuel (all old testament names btw., heh) etc.

    An Aldophus would fit right in with a Konstantinus for example and sadly-luckily I forget 99% of the other silly names I hear from time to time.
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    In the US people are naming their children "Khaleesi". Also, samuel and co are much better then the traditional german (language) names, Karl, Franz, Heinz, Peter, Udo, Ingo, Fritz and so on. They are all dreadful, and the girls names are even worse. Ursula, Gundula, Hildegard, Heike, Anke and so on.

    Not that kevin, jacqueline and chantal are much better. (even without the Kevinismus).
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    Quote Originally Posted by W0lf Crendraven View Post
    In the US people are naming their children "Khaleesi". Also, samuel and co are much better then the traditional german (language) names, Karl, Franz, Heinz, Peter, Udo, Ingo, Fritz and so on. They are all dreadful, and the girls names are even worse. Ursula, Gundula, Hildegard, Heike, Anke and so on.

    Not that kevin, jacqueline and chantal are much better. (even without the Kevinismus).
    Meh, tastes differ but I think that most boring common german names like your example are np (seriously, where is your problem with good ol' Karl, for example?) but traditional german womens' names are indeed often unweildy to rather bad.

    It's good that the damage which nazi nomenclature did to everyday language/culture (example: Horst) finally starts to peter out though
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    Quote Originally Posted by W0lf Crendraven View Post
    In the US people are naming their children "Khaleesi". Also, samuel and co are much better then the traditional german (language) names, Karl, Franz, Heinz, Peter, Udo, Ingo, Fritz and so on. They are all dreadful, and the girls names are even worse. Ursula, Gundula, Hildegard, Heike, Anke and so on.

    Not that kevin, jacqueline and chantal are much better. (even without the Kevinismus).
    What's wrong with Kevin? Only asking because I caught this on the beeb earlier...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Larkonis Trassler View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by W0lf Crendraven View Post
    In the US people are naming their children "Khaleesi". Also, samuel and co are much better then the traditional german (language) names, Karl, Franz, Heinz, Peter, Udo, Ingo, Fritz and so on. They are all dreadful, and the girls names are even worse. Ursula, Gundula, Hildegard, Heike, Anke and so on.

    Not that kevin, jacqueline and chantal are much better. (even without the Kevinismus).
    What's wrong with Kevin? Only asking because I caught this on the beeb earlier...
    Kevin is (and has been for at least generation now) the go-to german chavy name and has an ongoing everyday sociological debate (name<-> person connotation) associated with it

    See: The Strange German Disease Called "Kevinism": Can a Lame Name Mess Up Your Life?
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    All of these names suffer from kevinism, although none as much as kevin and chantal, here with the "proper" german pronunciation.

    Schäröam (Jerome)
    Schanell (Chanel)
    Tschonäsän (Jonathan)
    Schakke-Line (Jacqueline)
    Schayenne ...
    Schanina (Janina)
    Pritani (Brittany)
    Käfn (Kevin)
    Üffes (Yves)
    Fiffiän (Vivian)
    Dschärämie (Jeremy)
    Zindy (Cindy)
    Scheißen (Jason)
    Zändy (Sandy)
    Zelline (Celine)
    Scheyden (Jayden)
    Zven (Sven)
    Kümbäli (Kimberly)
    Zemäntha (Samantha)
    Nänzy (Nancy)
    Däffne (Daphne)
    Tschüstin (Justin)
    Schantal (Chantal)
    Tschiara (Chiara)
    Pazkall (Pascall)
    Mazell (Marcell)
    Dajana (Diana)
    Ssetrick (Cedric)
    Rottscha (Roger)

    (stolen from http://baby.gofeminin.de/forum/dscha...assis-fd671219 )
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    Quote Originally Posted by W0lf Crendraven View Post
    Scheißen (Jason)
    fucking laughed out loud at that, get your fucking rep

    oh god and that list hits so hard...DSCHASDIN! LASS DIE SCHANTAL IN RUH!

    edit: Also, do you frequent gofeminin.de regularly?
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    All of the lines from that article are awesome, but parents talking to their (4 year old) children like " "Schakke-line, komm wech von die Regale, du Arsch!" really do show why kids from poor families do badly in school.
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    God I have to laugh every time even thinking about this and the quotes. Amazing.
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    Why are you Krauts trying to give your children Anglo names?
    meh

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    Quote Originally Posted by W0lf Crendraven View Post
    All of these names suffer from kevinism, although none as much as kevin and chantal, here with the "proper" german pronunciation.

    Schäröam (Jerome)
    Schanell (Chanel)
    Tschonäsän (Jonathan)
    Schakke-Line (Jacqueline)
    Schayenne ...
    Schanina (Janina)
    Pritani (Brittany)
    Käfn (Kevin)
    Üffes (Yves)
    Fiffiän (Vivian)
    Dschärämie (Jeremy)
    Zindy (Cindy)
    Scheißen (Jason)
    Zändy (Sandy)
    Zelline (Celine)
    Scheyden (Jayden)
    Kümbäli (Kimberly)
    Zemäntha (Samantha)
    Nänzy (Nancy)
    Däffne (Daphne)
    Tschüstin (Justin)
    Schantal (Chantal)
    Tschiara (Chiara)
    Pazkall (Pascall)
    Mazell (Marcell)
    Dajana (Diana)
    Ssetrick (Cedric)
    Rottscha (Roger)

    (stolen from http://baby.gofeminin.de/forum/dscha...assis-fd671219 )
    That's about 60% of my students. The others have an immigrant background and proper names.

    Tschonäsän (Jonathan)
    Yes, including that. Once subbed a shop class with a kid named Jonathan. He was adamant that the th in his name was pronounced 'z'. It was his first lesson with me and he didn't know that I typically taught English.

    EDIT: Erich, that's specifically a chav thing to give seemingly 'exotic' and 'trendy' names. In a few years we'll see lot's of Emmas, Alex' and so on judging by last years statistics.
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    Man, this is gold. I didn't realise any of these were a thing

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    That gofeminin article with all those quotes. I'd like to point out that they seem to be almost exclusively from the Ruhrpott.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Appleby View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by W0lf Crendraven View Post
    All of these names suffer from kevinism, although none as much as kevin and chantal, here with the "proper" german pronunciation.

    Schäröam (Jerome)
    Schanell (Chanel)
    Tschonäsän (Jonathan)
    Schakke-Line (Jacqueline)
    Schayenne ...
    Schanina (Janina)
    Pritani (Brittany)
    Käfn (Kevin)
    Üffes (Yves)
    Fiffiän (Vivian)
    Dschärämie (Jeremy)
    Zindy (Cindy)
    Scheißen (Jason)
    Zändy (Sandy)
    Zelline (Celine)
    Scheyden (Jayden)
    Kümbäli (Kimberly)
    Zemäntha (Samantha)
    Nänzy (Nancy)
    Däffne (Daphne)
    Tschüstin (Justin)
    Schantal (Chantal)
    Tschiara (Chiara)
    Pazkall (Pascall)
    Mazell (Marcell)
    Dajana (Diana)
    Ssetrick (Cedric)
    Rottscha (Roger)

    (stolen from http://baby.gofeminin.de/forum/dscha...assis-fd671219 )
    That's about 60% of my students. The others have an immigrant background and proper names.

    Tschonäsän (Jonathan)
    Yes, including that. Once subbed a shop class with a kid named Jonathan. He was adamant that the th in his name was pronounced 'z'. It was his first lesson with me and he didn't know that I typically taught English.

    EDIT: Erich, that's specifically a chav thing to give seemingly 'exotic' and 'trendy' names. In a few years we'll see lot's of Emmas, Alex' and so on judging by last years statistics.
    OK, wow. That's interesting. At a glance, would you say that English or American culture is more influencing here? The names seem more English. There is some dirty french in there too. This behavior must be purged.
    Last edited by erichkknaar; March 19 2017 at 02:47:37 PM.
    meh

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    Obviously whatever is currently the trend in popular culture power the naming list
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    Quote Originally Posted by erichkknaar View Post
    Why are you Krauts trying to give your children Anglo names?
    They all come from the same place. Anglo and German culture on this level is extremely similar. See also: Scandanavia


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    Quote Originally Posted by Paradox View Post
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    Why are you Krauts trying to give your children Anglo names?
    They all come from the same place. Anglo and German culture on this level is extremely similar. See also: Scandanavia
    it's quite amusing how some Britons are so proud of their ancestry considering the history of Britain is one foreign power invading the country after another until the Normans went "nice island, well take it!" and actually managed to hold onto it.

    the kicker being the Normans being descendants of Rollo, a Viking king/high chieftain (heard both) besieged Paris took a truly enormous bribe (+250 kg of silver) for going elsewhere to terrorise the kings subjects when the imperial army got its arse together and actually tried to break the siege, he then proceeded to romp around a bit and eventually settled what became the duchy of Normandy supporting the claim in a effectively de-facto manner by virtue of having one of the most powerful military forces in the region until it was recognized de-jure in 911.

    they did what Vikings often did, they brought their families, converted to the local faith and settled down, hence why you can find traces of Nordic culture all over the place. Something like a quarter of the vocabulary of English can be traced to old norse, Wales and Welsh is actually the direct-line descendants of the various Briton/Celtic tribes on the island.
    Viking, n.:
    1. Daring Scandinavian seafarers, explorers, adventurers, entrepreneurs world-famous for their aggressive, nautical import business, highly leveraged takeovers and blue eyes.
    2. Bloodthirsty sea pirates who ravaged northern Europe beginning in the 9th century.

    Hagar's note: The first definition is much preferred; the second is used only by malcontents, the envious, and disgruntled owners of waterfront property.

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