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ABBOmMedieval German, Medieval Latin Derived from Proto-Germanic *abô, "husband, man" or a diminutive of names beginning with Old High German alb "elf", such as ALBERICH. This is the name of a 10th century French saint.
EMICHmMedieval German Medieval German contracted form of EMMERICH. Known bearers of this name include count Emich IV of Leiningen (c. 1215-1279), bishop Emich I of Worms (born long before 1294, died in 1299) and count Emich I of Nassau-Hadamar (born before 1289, died in 1334).
ENOLFmMedieval German The name Enolf is composed from the Germanic name elements AGIN "edge (of a sword)" and WOLF "wolf".
ERCKENmMedieval Dutch, Medieval German Medieval Dutch and medieval (Low) German diminutive of ARNOLD. It is a diminutive because it contains the medieval diminutive suffix -ken, of which the modern equivalent is -ke in Dutch (though -je is even more modern and commonplace) and -chen in German.
HASALAfMedieval German Probably a hypochoristic form of names containing the name element hadu "battle, combat". In Old High German, the word hasala means "hazel", but I don't think that this is the etymology of the name.
HAZECHAfMedieval German A diminutive form of names with the secondary German name element HAZ derived from the Germanic name element HAD "battle, combat".... [more]
ISMERIAfMedieval English, Medieval German, Spanish Quasi-Marian name connected to the devotion of Notre Dame de Liesse in Picardy. According to the legend, Ismeria ("the Black Madonna") was a Moorish girl who converted to Christianity and released the crusaders captivated by her father because of the apparitions of the Virgin Mary.... [more]
KASPERLmMedieval German, Folklore, Theatre Diminutive of KASPER. This name fell out of use a long time ago, possibly due to close association with the famous character from German puppet theatre. In this day and age, the name only survives as a patronymic surname.