Ludwig name meaning

Gender: Boy
Origin: Old High German and Germanic
Usage: English, German, Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian
Pronunciation: l(u)-dwig
Meaning: Famous Warrior, Loud, Famous, Fight, Battle, War, Illustrious and Fighting and Struggle
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What does Ludwig mean?

Ludwig's meaning is Renowned Warrior, Loud, Famous, Fight, Battle, War, Illustrious and Fighting or Struggle is used notably in Norwegian, German, Danish, English, Swedish and Finnish, a baby boy name is rooted from Germanic and Old High German.

Ludwig is variant form of illustrous and conifer Louis. Louis is French form of Ludwig. Also Louis is French cognate of Ludewig. Originated from Germanic and Old High German, Prevalent and Perpetual Louis, Louis means "Famous and Renowned Warrior"..

Ludwig is German cognate of Ludewig. Ludwig is celebrated on August 25.

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How do I pronounce Ludwig?

The most common way to pronounce two syllabled Ludwig is l(u)-dwig. There are multiple ways to say the baby name, i.e., lud-wig.

Variants of Ludwig

Chlodwig, Louis, Chlodowich, Ludewig, Aloys, Lou, Hluodwic, Chlodewig, Alois, Lu, Annalou, Lucy

Names that rhyme with Ludwig

How popular is the name Ludwig?

Ludwig was a common name in France. Over 3282 babies have been named Ludwig since 1923. At its zenith in 1984,. However after 70 years, the name is currently sliding down on the charts.

Ludwig is a familiar baby name in United States, it has been in use since 1880 and was able to reach the top 500 names. In 1893, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 479 on boy names chart when 88 babies were given the name Ludwig.

Over 2635 people have been named Ludwig in United States.

Ludwig is an uncommon baby name in England and Wales still in use today. It had a short run of 7 years on Belgium boy names chart.

However things change on global perspective, Ludwig is extremely popular in Germany where every 1 in 700 have the name. Also the baby name is popular in Austria. According to our evaluation, over 180000 babies have been named Ludwig globally.

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Ludwig in Nordic countries

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Here's what numbers has to say about Ludwig

No matter what you accomplish, you never act like you are better than others. Letter G associates your personality with abilities that start with letter “g” like great, graceful, gigantic, gourmand, generous, good, gregarious, gainful, and golden. You solve problems systematically and diplomatically. You live to inspire and energize people because you know how it is when you have no role model to look up to.

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  •  Marcie means God of War, Form of Marcia or Female Version of Marcellus is originated from Latin used mostly in Finnish and Swedish is bestowed upon both sexes
  •  Rubi - Rubi's meaning is Pearl, The Ruby or Red Gemstone used for both boys and girls which originated from English is chiefly used in Hindi and Swedish
  •  Maricela - Used largely in Spanish and English noteworthy, Maricela means "María or Celia". Its origin is in Latin and Hebrew is a gender-neutral name
  •  Teri - Customary Teris origin is Old French and Old Greek is used substantially in Danish, English and Swedish, meaning of Teri is "The Hunteress, Guardian or Harvester" is given to both boys and girls
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Famous people named Ludwig

  • Ludwig von Moos, Swiss politician and member of the Swiss Federal Council
  • Ludwig Preller, German philologist and antiquarian
  • Ludwig Tieck, German poet, fiction writer, translator
  • Ludwig Forrer, Swiss politician and member of the Swiss Federal Council
  • Ludwig Scotty, Nauruan politician
  • Ludwig Bölkow, was one of the aeronautical pioneers of Germany
  • Ludwig Anzengruber, Austrian dramatist, novelist and poet
  • Ludwig Immanuel Magnus, German Jewish mathematician who,
  • Ludwig Fulda, German playwright and a poet with a strong social commitment
  • Ludwig Struve, Russian astronomer
  • Ludwig Bechstein, German writer and collector of folk fairy tales
  • Ludwig Abeille, German pianist and composer
  • Ludwig Biermann, German astronomer, obtaining his Ph
  • Ludwig Heinrich Bojanus, German physician and naturalist
  • Ludwig Friedrich Otto Baumgarten-Crusius, German Protestant theologian and divine
  • Ludwig Lewisohn, outspoken critic of American Jewish assimilation
  • Ludwig von Pastor, German historian and a diplomat for Austria
  • Ludwig Pfau, German poet, journalist, and revolutionary
  • Ludwig Rellstab, German poet and music critic
  • Ludwig Michael Schwanthaler, German sculptor
  • Ludwig Hassenpflug, German statesman, was born at Hanau in Hesse
  • Ludwig zu Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg, Russo-German aristocrat
  • Ludwig Häusser, German historian
  • Ludwig Christoph Heinrich Hölty, German poet, known especially for his ballads
  • Ludwig Haetzer, Anabaptist
  • Ludwig Heinrich von Jakob, German philosopher
  • Ludwig Ingwer Nommensen, German Lutheran missionary to Sumatra
  • Ludwig Satz, actor in Yiddish theater and film
  • Ludwig Gumplowicz, Polish sociologist
  • Ludwig Ferdinand Huber, German author, was
  • Ludwig Marcuse, philosopher and writer of Jewish origin
  • Ludwig Straus, Austrian violinist
  • Ludwig Edinger, influential German anatomist and neurologist and co-founder of the University of Frankfurt
  • Ludwig Kaas, German Roman Catholic priest and politician of the Centre Party during the Weimar Republic
  • Ludwig Devrient, German actor
  • Ludwig Senfl, Swiss composer of the Renaissance
  • Ludwig Thoma, German author, publisher and editor
  • Ludwig Ruff, architect during the National Socialist regime
  • Ludwig Riedel, German botanist
  • Ludwig Dessoir, German actor born in Posen
  • Ludwig Wittgenstein, Austrian-British philosopher
  • Ludwig von Bertalanffy, Austrian biologist known as one of the founders of general systems theory
  • Ludwig Boltzmann, Austrian physicist and philosopher whose greatest achievement was
  • Ludwig Bieberbach, German mathematician and National Socialist
  • Ludwig Prandtl, German engineer
  • Ludwig Mond, German-born chemist and industrialist
  • Ludwig Reichenbach, German botanist and ornithologist
  • Ludwig Büchner, German philosopher
  • Ludwig Schläfli, Swiss mathematician
  • Ludwig Carl Christian Koch, German entomologist and arachnologist
  • Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, German-American architect
  • Ludwig van Beethoven, German composer and pianist
  • Ludwig Ritter von Köchel, Austrian musicologist, writer, composer
  • Ludwig Erhard, German politician affiliated with the CDU and the second Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany
  • Ludwig Bamberger, German economist, politician
  • Ludwig I of Bavaria, was king of Bavaria
  • Ludwig Quidde, German politician and pacifist
  • Ludwig Beck, German general and Chief of the German General Staff during the early years of the Nazi regime
  • Ludwig Leichhardt, German explorer and naturalist
  • Ludwig Lachmann, German economist

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