Nils also dead.. but Jermens still use it xaxaxax
NILS "k1t0" gryhne haha
Judy, Patricia, Bob, probably Joe soon
Um I'm not gonna say my deadname >: (
Men: Joaquim, Alfredo, Tó, Alberto
Female: Joaquina, Albertina
Selami, Hikmet, Hüseyin, Haydar, Ökkeş for mens)) and Bayram (my grandfather's name)
Fadime, Lütfiye, Hidayet, Keziban(this is my grandma's name xd), Hüsniye for womens))
arthur for guys
marjorie for girls
Astrid 3rd most popular girls name in 2019 kekw
Dieter, Wolfgang, Günther, Helmut, Joseph, Reinhardt, Albrecht, Albert, Jörg, Jürgen, Jochen, Ulrich, etc
honestly, I would say most german names from 60-70 years ago are very rare among young kids today
Herbert, Helmut, Hans, Günther, Joachim, Jürgen, Hildegart, heidrunn, Hermine,
And you shoouldn't name your kids : Otto, Kevin
both names also use as insults.
Ernesto, Nicolau, Anestor, Alfredo
Antim, Boril, Naum, Kaloyan
btw the last name is how I'd name my male child if I ever have one.
what kind of dark magic do you try to use here
Svend, Sten, Eiler, Børge, Flemming
Piet, Jan, Joop, Jaap, Klaas, Kees, Henk, Geert, Hendrikus, Marinus, Albertus, Cornelus, Gerard, Aart, Anthonius
Willy, Jenny, Aafke, Annie, Bertha, Froukje, Gerda
Vseslav, Dementiy, Dobrynya, Elisey, Climent, Ladimir, Lukyan, Arefiy, Evlampiy, Emelyan, Kuzma, Lubomyr, Myron, Mstislav, Svyatopolk, Fedot, Miroslav, Ratmir, Ilarion, Ermak, Anisim
Agafya, Milena, Agrafena, Miroslava, Antonina, Evdokiya, Lada, Lyubava, Marfa, Praskovya, Anisya, Evlampia, Efrosinya, Pelageya
Male: names with words like sth ming or sth Fai, also 1 word given names or 3 words given names (nowadays its usually 2 words)
Noone mentioned Adolf yet? i am surprised
Örnulf and Gottfrid I can get but all the other ones aren't dead wtf
Olof is not that uncommon, also know younger people called Sven.
My contribution is Börje.
We mostly have retarded english influenced names now, its truly fucking sad and cringy. At least in the upper classes there are still decent names if your not counting your stupid Enzos.
in my country the popular names are same as 200 years ago so i think its still changing
Řehoř, a 10/10 name
Mostly old fashioned slavic names
probably jean-paul, bernard and gerard
and for female : hugette, christine and jeanne
btw sad to see ragnar as a old person name... i really like it :(
Male: Aristides, Hipolito, Abel.
Female: Dolores, Antonia, Noemi.
Almost impossible to come across edgy zoomers with any of these names.
Artyom is no longer have a childrens
i don't see any child who has been "artyomovich" patronymic
Gunnar, Lennart, Bengt
Liselott, Siv, Agda
They ended because became closer to words with bad conotations (like Dick in english).
But then some subcelebrity from our country-music-equivalent names their child a dead name, BOOM! 20k+ babies with that name in a year.
Something like Pekka, Matti, Yrjö, Olavi, Juhana, Martti, Markku, Petri, Seppo, Ilkka, Väinö, Kalle, Heikki, Paavo, Pentti, Hannu
For women maybe Martta, Irmeli, Kerttu, Eeva, Kaisa, Hannele, Leena, Riitta, Ulla
Just some general names I think when I think of elderly people
Wilhelm, Heinrich, Siegfried, Friedrich, Ansgar, Wolfgang, Karl, Helmut, Ewald, Jörg etc.
mostly 50+ people have them which is kinda sad imo since i think many of the old german names have a nice traditional vibe to them.
many more common names nowadays have hebrew origin (from the bible) or some american wannabe "cool sounding" imports.
Here are some dead Swedish/nordic names:
Sven, Gottfrid, Arne, Torbjörn, Örnulf , Olof, Ragnar
holy fuck, these names sound so badass
Names tend to have similar trend cycles to fashion. Names that were more popular in Finland 80 years ago are given to babies now.
for German names many named already in this thread, some more i think of:
Harald, Ulf, Thoralf, Uwe, Ignaz
idk old people names
Adolf, Hans, Karl, Thomas, Rudolf, Rüdiger, Siegfried etc.
idk man my memory sucks
Of the top of my mind, I can name Thor/Tor, Ragnar, Svein, Bjørn, Alfred, and Pelle
Ilmar, Kalev, Meelis, Sulev, Juhan, Lembit, Ruudi and many many more
Old Estonian names aren't really common, most of my family has Swedish / German names for example
Friedrich, Herbert, Rüdiger, Bruno, Erich, Erwin, Joachim, Heinrich, Wolfram, Ralf, Hermann, Gerd
that's just some, there are plenty more
Astrid is a nice name tbh
Humphrey, Susan, Mildred, Archibald, Gerald
Esther, Herschel, Helen, Janice, Janet, Debra
Harold, Leonard, Dick, Wilfred, Dennis, Dean
Astrid var typ topp 10 efter dom släppte ”unga Astrid”
Male names: Sibaguchu , Sorkhatu Jurki, Huslen, Ilugei
Female Checheyigen, Sokhatai, Altani , Etugen
Grygoriy, Orest, Zahar, Tadey
Zivojin, Stepa, Radomir, Vukasin, Radosav male names and many others
Jørgen, Jørn, Preben, Børge, Egon, Kaj, Ove, Åge/Aage, Ejvind, Anker and some more
These names arent really "dead" but definetly very uncommon among kids and newborn
The first name that comes to mind when i think of sweden is sven.
Very sad that its dead mens((
i could only think of like Afshan rn
Steen. Literally means "stone". That's a name that's disappearing here.
Balder (the name of the nordic pagan god of justice. And handsome. It's not a common name nowadays and the worst thing is it's almost spelled exactly like "buttocks" in danish)
Valdemar/Waldemar. It means power, light and fame.