Hyphenated Names- Mia and Max

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Today´s post is about hyphenated names taken from the Austrian name statistics. This post will be about the names Mia and Max, which are very popular in German-speaking countries. Mia is currently the 17th most popular first name in Austria and the number one in Germany. Max, which is often seen as an abbreviation of Maximilian, is quite often used on it´s one. It is currently number 51 in Austria and number 17 in Germany. Although, Mia is so popular most people combine it with the two most common second names Sophie and Marie. Therefore, I have put together a selection of more uncommon and unusual names, which were hyphenated with Mia and Max in the past.

Mia

Mia-Alice

Mia-Elisa

Mia-Josephine

Mia-Lou

Mia-Louisa

Mia-Lucia

Mia-Magdalena

Mia-Mavie

Mia-Miranda

Mia-Noelle

Mia-Pascale

Mia-Pauline

Mia-Rika

Mia-Valentina

Max

Max-Albert

Max-Benedikt

Max-Ferdinand

Max-Florian

Max-Julius

Max-Leopold

Max-Magnus

Max-Maria

Max-Ulrich

Max-Xaver

Other post about hyphenated names:
Hyphenated Names -Anna
Hyphenated Names- Lea and Lena
Leonie in Austria

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The archbishops of Salzburg

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The city Salzburg is since the 7 century a diocesan town. The bishops and later archbishops were the clerical and secular rulers of the area. They built the city and often redesigned it.

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As a name nerd, I had to look up the names of the bishops. And here are to most unusual and interesting ones:

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Rupert

Vitalis

Virgil

Arno

Liupram

Thiemo

Pilgrim

Konrad

Weichart

Bernhard

Leonhard

Matthäus

Ernst

Wolf Dietrich

Markus Sittikus

Paris

Maximilian Gandolph

Franz Anton

Hieronymus

Leopold

Augustin Johann

Balthasar

Ignaz

Eduard

Alois

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