Gottschalk

Gottschalk meaning and origin

Gender: Boy
Origin: Old High German and Germanic
Usage: German and Swedish
Meaning: God and Servant
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Substantially used in Swedish and German, Gottschalk means "God or Servant" which came from Germanic and Old High German is used for boys. GUD and SKALK are combined to form Gottschalk. GUD and SKALK are combined to form Gottschalk.

Variants of Gottschalk

Alugōdaz, *Goð-ormR

Names that rhyme with Gottschalk

Popularity of Gottschalk

Gottschalk is an uncommon name around the world.

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Numerological aspects of Gottschalk

You are a jealous and passionate lover. Taking into consideration your communication skills and charisma, you won't have a problem to attract attention and spread awareness. Harmony and balance matter to you. You are a man of action. Use your cleverness, wisdom, and individuality to leave a mark in the world. You never approach issues or challenges with a negative attitude because you know that no problem comes with a solution.

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Namesakes of Gottschalk

    Gottschalk, prince of the Obotrite confederacy
  • Gottschalk of Orbais, Saxon theologian
  • Gottschalk Eduard Guhrauer, German philologist and biographer

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