The tips say Christian name - but If you enter that you drop a heart!
the name ist "August", it's an old German name for men (not Christian ;-) with is also a German male name)
The term "christian name" is synonymous with "first name", and is used by some people. It is used independently of any relation to any Christian origins of a name.
Old Latin name, more like. Augustus Caesar :)
that's indeed a first name, but it is very old-fashioned. it was quite popular about a hundred years ago. besides, there's a difference in pronunciation - the month is stressed on the second syllable, while the name is stressed on the first.
August Diehl ;)
AuGUST (stress on the second syllable) is the month, AUgust ( stress on the first syllable) is the first name
So is this why it doesn´t have "der" in front of it? Is it because it refers to the name rather than the month? Do all months require "der" in the nominative?
So is April, I've met an April
audio still sounds like en not e
August is a first name too ....is that also right ?
Einige von meinen Vorfahren hatten den Vornamen August.