>Does the name "Siegfried" carry any negative connotations with it?
not at all. it's a really really old name and kinda rarely used, however it doesn't sound totally out of place like adalbert, traugott, fürchtegott, gotthilf, gottlob, bartholomäus etc. who knows, siegfried might come into fashion again. i used to have an ukrainian immigrant neighbour who named his son wilhelm, which was quite uncommon/out of fashion at that time. today it's probably not so uncommon anymore, i hear kids getting named gunther/günther, theo, oskar, which were also popular 100 years ago. i'm ok with those. also, even though they sound like dog names to me, fiete, malte, fynn might become classic in the future, because they are kinda neutral. trend names such as kevin, leon, justin, liam are completely retarded though, these go out of fashion within 20 years and will sound funny or in the worst case put a stigma on the kids when they are grown up men. ultimately retarded is in my opinion when you're not jewish, muslim, hindu etc. but you give your children exotic names such as ben, noah, levy (i just checked, according to mainstream newspapers they are supposed to be trend names right now), mohammed, kerim or something like that.>>17841
>people also love the Nibelungen Lied.
>that is new to me
ernst please. pic related.