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[Games] Small Danish hyphenated-names CAF
One of the good things, if you can call it that, that came out of my unwilling hiatus from the Internet a few months ago, or so, was that I could do something I'd wanted to do for a while, Namely go through my latest name book and collected all the hyphenated-names I could find in it, put them on a list, plus some I've heard/seen/read in real life on RL people, etc. (I had to do something with my time too, there was a lot of it). I've tried to construct several CAF's with them, but gave up for reasons. However, I finally figured it out, so it's finally here.Please note the repetitive names for the hyphenated-names of each gender, just so you're aware of it, since that's just how each name are constructed. I have a lot more of these kinds of names, so I'll have for more CAF's like this one, but I'll see about that. Otherwise... Have fun! :) DH: Hans-Christian, Hans-Erik, Hans-Martin, Hans-Ole, Hans-Otto, Hans-Peter [Krogh, Christensen, Fjordside, Hansen, Dahl, Bloch]
DW: Anne-Grethe, Anne-Kristine, Anne-Kathrine, Anne-Louise, Anne-Mette, Anne-Sofie [Andersen, Lauridsen, Duus, Jensen, Bugge, Brandt]DS: Karl-Christian, Karl-Emil, Karl-Erik, Karl-Henrik, Karl-Johan, Karl-Otto
DS: Jens-Kristian, Jens-Erik, Jens-Henrik, Jens-Jakob, Jens-Peter, Jens-Ulrik
DD: Karen-Lisbeth, Karen-Lise, Karen-Louise, Karen-Margrethe, Karen-Marie, Karen-Sofie
DD: Mette-Kathrine, Mette-Line, Mette-Lise, Mette-Louise, Mette-Marie, Mette-Sofie

Top 3 Names:Nikita, Amelia, & Teresa / ♂ Elliott, Bastian, & Nathan
Top 2 Combos:Nikita Celestine Zenobia / ♂ Elliott Hawthorne Maximus
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DH: Hans-Peter Christensen
DW: Anne-Sofie {Jensen} ChristensenDS: Karl-Henrik Christensen
DS: Jens-Ulrik Christensen
DD: Karen-Marie Christensen
DD: Mette-Kathrine Christensen
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DH: Hans-Peter Dahl
DW: Anne-Grethe BrandtDS: Karl-Otto
DS: Jens-Kristian
DD: Karen-Louise
DD: Mette-Kathrine
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DH: Hans-Peter Hansen
DW: Anne-Sofie JensenHans-Peter & Anne-Sofie || Karl-Johan, Jens-Peter, Karen-Lisbeth, and Mette-LouiseDS: Karl-Johan Hansen
DS: Jens-Peter Hansen
DD: Karen-Lisbeth Hansen
DD: Mette-Louise Hansen
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DH: Hans-Martin Fjordside
DW: Anne-Louise LauridsenDS: Karl-Johan Fjordside
DS: Jens-Ulrik Fjordside
DD: Karen-Lisbeth Fjordside
DD: Mette-Kathrine Fjordside
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DH: Hans-Otto Krogh
DW: Anne-Kathrine LauridsenDS: Karl-Otto Krogh
DS: Jens-Ulrik Krogh
DD: Karen-Sofie Krogh
DD: Mette-Lise Krogh
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DH: Hans-Peter Krogh
DW: Anne-Grethe AndersenDS: Karl-Emil Krogh
DS: Jens-Jakob Krogh
DD: Karen-Louise Krogh
DD: Mette-Sofie Krogh

This message was edited by the author 6/4/2021, 7:32 AM

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DH: Hans-Peter Christensen
DW: Anne-Grethe (Andersen) ChristensenDS: Karl-Henrik Christensen
DS: Jean-Jakob Christensen
DD: Karen-Lise Christensen
DD: Mette-Marie ChristensenOut of curiosity: in Denmark, would people with hyphenated names such as these generally be referred to by the full hyphenated name ("Hans-Peter"), or might they end up going by just one of them in day-to-day life ("Hans" or "Peter")?
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People with these first names generally goes by their full hyphenated names, rather than just one of them on a daily basis. There's probably some who goes by only one of their names, if so only the first of them I gather, but I've never personally encountered one of those people in all my life, so I believe those are single cases rather than the normality here.
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DH: Hans-Otto Krogh
DW: Anne-Kathrine Lauridsen KroghDS: Karl-Christian Krogh
DS: Jens-Ulrik Krogh
DD: Karen-Sofie Krogh
DD: Mette-Louise Krogh
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Love these names!DH: Hans-Erik Fjordside
DW: Anne-Mette LauridsenDS: Karl-Emil
DS: Jens-Henrik
DD: Karen-Louise
DD: Mette-Line
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DH: Hans-Peter Dahl
DW: Anne-Sofie Jensen DahlDS: Karl-Johan Dahl
DS: Jens-Henrik Dahl
DD: Karen-Louise Dahl
DD: Mette-Kathrine Dahl
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