Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Hermann"

People with the first name "Hermann"

Hermann Ahrens Hermann Berwe Hermann Blaschko Hermann Blender Hermann Bopp Hermann Bragulla Hermann Cassens Hermann Com Hermann Daeschler Hermann Deuster Hermann Dienes Hermann Dunkel Hermann Egger Hermann Eickhoff Hermann Ellefsen Hermann Enders Hermann Erwig Hermann Ferner Hermann Ficker Hermann Fitzek Hermann Frommeyer Hermann Frøyen Hermann Furlanetto Hermann Geisel Hermann Gestsson Hermann Gildemeister Hermann Greuel Hermann Gros Hermann Gundlach Hermann Götte Hermann Haindl Hermann Hiebner Hermann Häuser Hermann J. Schreiber Hermann Jacobi Hermann Jahnke Hermann K. Kuhn Hermann Kapferer Hermann Kessler Hermann Kirchhammer Hermann Klausen Hermann Kleist Hermann Klink. De Hermann Koeppen Hermann Kracht Hermann Kubat Hermann Kunzmann Hermann Kälin Hermann Künne Hermann Lage Hermann Laner Hermann Lauter Hermann Leidinger Hermann Lippe Hermann Loheide Hermann Lohmeier Hermann Loinger Hermann Lott Hermann Lotze Hermann Luchterhand Hermann Lux Hermann Magnusson Hermann Meis Hermann Moosmayer Hermann Muller Hermann Munthe Hermann Naegele Hermann Nickl Hermann Nitschke Hermann Nono Hermann Oberleitner Hermann Pfau Hermann Pflug Hermann Pick Hermann Pilskog Hermann Pottmeyer Hermann Prager Hermann Proyer Hermann Ramirez Hermann Rasch Hermann Reidel Hermann Ries Hermann Sappel Hermann Scheugenpflug Hermann Schicker Hermann Schwark Hermann Stehlik Hermann Stell Hermann Sørensen Hermann Tetzner Hermann Theißing Hermann Thole Hermann Tiemeyer Hermann Trunk Hermann Wedemann Hermann Wember Hermann Wenke Hermann Wien Hermann del-Toro Hermann von Gersdorff

Information about "Hermann"

Name-day: 21.5.

For this Hermann there are 6582 different names on Yasni.

Most common last names for Hermann are: Billinger, Bolmer, Dossou-Yovo

In the ranking of the most common first names Hermann is on position 1225.

During the last seven days Hermann was searched for 3 times.

Meaning of "Hermann"

Male first name (German): Hermann, Old High (two-part name); heri = the army, the soldier man = the man, old German two-part name, very popular in the Middle Ages

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