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Warner is my surname, attributed to my GG Grandfather, William Warner, b. 1818, Perhaps near Baden Baden. Family story is that the name may have been changed in coming to America, and was he known as a "very Prussian German", because of his handlebar mustache, blue eyes and heavy German accent. That leaves me with the following alternative: Wernicke, Werner, Wirner, Werher, Wirnher, Worner, Wornher & Warnhari.
Donald A. Warner  6/26/2018
Wernher von Braun, German Royal and Nazi Aerospace Engineer. Practically created NASA!
Germania  4/15/2017
Werner was given to 8 baby boys in the USA (2014).
lilolaf  4/24/2016
Werner is also quite a familiar name in Afrikaans, a prominent language in South Africa and Namibia.
lightwarrior  4/16/2015
Love this name. Such a soft name. Beautiful. 10/10.
― Anonymous User  12/24/2014
Replace the R with an I and you get Weiner

I don't think this is the best choice to name your child. Sorry, but people can be cruel. Don't cause your kid the headache & discomfort.
― Anonymous User  11/24/2014
Fictional bearer: Werner is the eponymous main character of a famous German series of comic books and animated films by Rötger "Brösel" Feldmann.
Vellidragon  5/29/2013
This is my dad's name - the biggest problem with it is that it is consistently misspelled as "Warner" by everyone told his name. I wouldn't recommend it be given to a child too far away from Germany, both because of the spelling and because I think it sounds better as intended - "verner" - and that's not going to happen most other places.
― Anonymous User  10/22/2011
A variant of this name was borne by famous rocket scientist and engineer Wernher von Braun (1912-1977).
goricar  4/4/2011
I find this name to be very handsome and masculine. It has a great sound to it and a old-fashioned feel. It sounds heavy and romantic.
trk121  6/7/2009
Werner Klemperer was an actor best known for his portrayal of the incompetent commandant of Stalag 13, Col. Klink. His father was a composer who moved his family to America to escape anti-Semitic pressure in Europe.
Atarah Derek  4/26/2009
I have an uncle Werner, from Germany. I don't think one is likely to hear the name outside of German speaking countries.
upon_her_eyes  1/27/2009
Listen to the German pronunciation of Werner here:
_satu_  1/2/2009
Werner Herzog is a film maker, famous most recently for "Grizzly Man." Most notable in my own mind for eating his shoe.
memomo  9/27/2007
Prussian form of Werner is Wernicke.
― Anonymous User  12/16/2006
Name may originate from the Werin, a Germanic tribe known for their fortification expertise.
― Anonymous User  12/16/2006
Werner von Trapp (born 1915) was the younger son in the famous von Trapp family, whose story was immortalised in the musical "The Sound of Music". He is represented in the movie by the character Kurt.
Chrisell  7/26/2006

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