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Forename Gerhard

In the entire world, Gerhard (Gerhard Germany Austria South Africa United States Poland, Герхард Russia Ukraine, جيرارد Sudan Iraq Egypt Algeria Saudi Arabia) is a very common manly firstname. Given name Gerhard is characteristic to Germany, where it is a common manly name, Austria, and Namibia, where it is quite a common male name (explore name in all countries). Measured by an absolute frequency this name is the most popular in Germany, Austria, and South Africa. Very seldom, Gerhard is the last name as well as a forename.

Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name Gerhard

name جيرالد, name Gérhard, name Gerhardt, name Герт, name Джеральд, name Gerallt, name Жирар, name Жерар, name Gerardus, name Gerardo, name Gerrit, name غيرت, name ジラード, name Геллерт, name Херардо, name جيرار, name Gerat, name Girard, name 吉拉德, name Gellért, name Гелерт, name Герард, name ゲルト, name ג'ראלד, name Geert, name แกร์ฮาร์ด, name Геральд, name Жеро, name Gerald, name Gerard, name Герхард, name Gjert, name Giraldo, name Gérald, name Gerhárd, name Gert, name Geri, name Gérard, name Gerd, name Гергард, name גרהרד, name Герардус, name Джерард, name جيرارد, name Gellert, name Gerold, name ג'רארד, name Gerhard, name Джерардо, name ז'ראר, name Геррит, name 杰拉德, name Gerhards, name Джерард, Жерар
VARIANTCOUNTRY
Gerhard South Africa, Austria, United States, Poland, Germany
Герхард Ukraine, Russia
جيرارد Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Algeria, Sudan, Iraq
גרהרד Israel

First name Gerhard in the context

Gerhard is also a name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Gerhard , the fictional character from The Tin Drum by Günter Grass; Gérard de Villefort , the fictional character from Gankutsuou, Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo; Gerard , the character from the fictional universe of Amber, The Chronicles of Amber and Gerard DuGalle , the character in StarCraft.

Notable namesakes

Gerhard von Passau (b. 900) link
picture of Gerard I of Toul Gerard I of Toul Gerard I of Toul bishop of Toul, France (b. 935) link
Gerhard Graf von Metz (b. 970) link
Gerard of Florennes Roman Catholic bishop (b. 975) link
Gerhard von Seeon (b. 1000) link
Gerhard Zimmer (b. 1000) link
Gerhard I von Hochstaden (b. 1050) link
Gerhard II Edelherr von Hochstaden und Rieneck Burggraf von Mainz (b. 1055) link
Gerard, Count of Vaudémont (b. 1057) link
picture of Blessed Gerard of Clairvaux Blessed Gerard of Clairvaux Blessed Gerard of Clairvaux Italian Cistercian abbot and martyr (b. 1120) link
Gerhard II van Loon (b. 1110) link
Gerard Grenier crusader (b. 1110) link
Gerhard I. Adliger (b. 1143) link
picture of Gerhard von Malberg Gerhard von Malberg Gerhard von Malberg German noble, Germany (b. 1200) link
Gerhard van Diest (b. 1150) link
picture of Master Gerhard Master Gerhard Master Gerhard German architect, Germany (b. 1210) link
Gerhard Unmaze (b. 1159) link
Gerhard I von Diez German noble (b. 1185) link
Gerhard II of Lippe roman-catholic archbishop (b. 1190) link
Gerhard III van Loon (b. 1180) link
Gerhard of Vianden abt of Prüm around 1200 (b. 1200) link
Gerhard I of Oldenburg-Wildeshausen bishop of Osnabrück (b. 1200) link
picture of Gerhard von Zbraslav und Obřany Gerhard von Zbraslav und Obřany Gerhard von Zbraslav und Obřany Unterkämmerer von Mähren (b. 1250) link
Gerhard von Steterburg German provost, Germany (b. 1200) link
Gerhard II von Eppenstein (b. 1195) link
Gerhard Atze (b. 1196) link
Gerhard von Grafschaft (b. 1200) link
Gerhard I. von Sinzig Germany (b. 1200) link
Gerhard I. Kämmerer von Worms (b. 1200) link
Gerhard II. (b. 1200) link
Gerhard von Ennstal (b. 1200) link
Gerhard IV Graf von Blankenheim (b. 1200) link
Gerhard von Sileto (b. 1200) link
Gerhard II. von Eppstein roman-catholic archbishop (b. 1230) link
Gerhard I, Count of Holstein-Itzehoe Count of Holstein-Itzehoe (b. 1232) link
Gerhard von Rieneck (b. 1230) link
da Sabbioneta Gherardo (b. 1200) link
Gerhard II von Diez German noble (b. 1250) link
Gerard von der Mark Bishop of Münster (b. 1220) link
Gerhard von Ehrenberg German bishop, Germany (b. 1250) link
Gerhard I. von Dhaun German archbishop, Germany (b. 1250) link
Gerhard III of Eppstein German noble (b. 1250) link
Gerard I of Durbuy Luxembourgian nobl (b. 1223) link
Gerhard II, Count of Holstein-Plön Count of Holstein-Plön (b. 1254) link
Gerhard von Vianden (b. 1250) link
Gerhard I von Isenburg in Kempenich (b. 1250) link
Gerhard II von Hallermund (b. 1250) link
Gerhard I von Schönecken (b. 1250) link
Gerhard V. (b. 1250) link
Gerhard von Hirschberg (b. 1250) link
Gerhard V Graf von Blankenheim (b. 1250) link
Gerhard Bokholt (Lübeck) (b. 1250) link
Gerhard II von Spiegel (b. 1255) link
Gerard Segarelli Founder of the Apostolic Brethren (b. 1240) link
Gerhard von Wippingen (b. 1262) link
picture of Gerhard VI of Jülich, Count of Berg and Ravensberg Gerhard VI of Jülich, Count of Berg and Ravensberg Gerhard VI of Jülich, Count of Berg and Ravensberg Count jure uxoris of Berg and Ravensberg (b. 1327) link
Gerhard IV, Count of Holstein-Plön Count Holstein-Plön (b. 1277) link
Gerhard Graf von Ratzenelnbogen (b. 1270) link
Gerhard von Bevar roman-catholic bishop (b. 1280) link
Gerhard Chorus German politician, Germany (b. 1285) link
Gerhard von der Mark Edelherr von Reickem und Beicht (b. 1280) link
Gerhard III Count of Holstein-Rendsburg (b. 1293) link
Gerhard I. von Schauenburg German bishop, Germany (b. 1297) link
Gerhard VI of Diez Count of Diez (b. 1298) link
Gerhard von Lochem German judge, Germany (b. 1300) link
Gerhard III. Graf von Hoya (b. 1300) link
Герхард II фон Вайлнау Germany (b. 1265) link
Gerhard von Oßweiler knight, Germany (b. 1306) link
picture of Gerhard von Berg Gerhard von Berg Gerhard von Berg Germany (b. 1350) link
Gerhard von Hoya (b. 1300) link
picture of Gerhard VI, Count of Holstein-Rendsburg Gerhard VI, Count of Holstein-Rendsburg Gerhard VI, Count of Holstein-Rendsburg Duke of Schleswig and Count of Holstein-Rendsburg (b. 1367) link
Gerhard von Plettenberg von der Moelen (b. 1314) link
Gerhard von Attendorn German mayor of lübeck and politician, Germany (b. 1340) link
picture of Gerhard von Schwarzburg Gerhard von Schwarzburg Gerhard von Schwarzburg German bishop, Germany (b. 1400) link
Gerhard von Ruppin (b. 1350) link
Gerhard von Wylre (b. 1350) link
Gerhard III. von Hoya German bishop, Germany (b. 1360) link
Gerhard von Gemmingen Germany (b. 1360) link
Gerhard von Plettenberg genannt von der Moelen (b. 1360) link
Gerhard von Haren, der Ältere German politician, Germany (b. 1375) link
picture of Gerhard Halepaghe Gerhard Halepaghe Gerhard Halepaghe German priest, scientist, Germany (b. 1430) link
picture of Gerhard von Wesel Gerhard von Wesel Gerhard von Wesel German merchant and administrator (b. 1443) link
Gerhard Kikpot von Kalkar German university teacher, Germany (b. 1400) link
Gerhard Beissel German politician, Germany (b. 1400) link
Gerhard Darsow German politician, Germany (b. 1400) link
Gerhard Lewe, der Jüngere German politician, Germany (b. 1400) link
Gerhard Lewe, der Ältere German politician, Germany (b. 1400) link
Gerhard von Minden German diplomat and politician, Germany (b. 1400) link
Gerhard II. von Goch roman-catholic bishop, Germany (b. 1400) link
Gerhard II. von Schauenburg bishop of the roman-catholic church, Germany (b. 1400) link
Gerhard VII, Count of Holstein-Rendsburg Count of Holstein-Rendsburg, Duke of Schleswig (b. 1404) link
Gerhard ter Steghen Gérard Terstegen (b. 1405) link
Gerhard von Haren, der Jüngere German politician, Germany (b. 1407) link
Gerhard III. von Hoya (b. 1400) link
Gerhard Kranemann Germany (b. 1400) link
Gerhard II von Sayn (b. 1417) link
Gerhard VI Count of Oldenburg, Germany (b. 1430) link
von Rodemachern Gerhard (b. 1420) link
picture of Gerhard Westerburg Gerhard Westerburg Gerhard Westerburg Published various pamphlets related to the Reformation in Cologne, Germany (b. 1486) link
Gerhard Oldenburg Peerage person ID=6385 (b. 1454) link

Characteristic surnames

Botha, Meyer, Van Der Merwe, Schmidt, Coetzee, Fourie, Müller, Smit, Van Niekerk, and Nel