You will receive an email (no more than once per day) summarizing any new mentions of Hans on Nameberry. Would you like to follow Hans?
Gender: MPronunciation: honsOrigin of Hans: German, Dutch, and Scandinavian, diminutive of JohannesMeaning of Johannes: German, Dutch, Scandinavian, and Estonian variation of John, "God is gracious"
Popularity: this week.
Though familiar to all via such childhood icons as Hans Brinker, Hans(el) and Gretel, and Hans ChristianAndersen, few Americans have chosen this name for their sons because of its intractably Old Country image.
Hans ChristianAndersen, Danish children's writer
Hans Zimmer, German film composer
Hans Matheson, Scottish actor
Hans Bethe, German and American nuclear physicist and Nobel Prize winner
Hans WarrenChristie, Canadian actor
Hans Georg Conried, Jr., American character actor, very active in voice-over roles and comedian
Hans von Euler-Chelpin, winner of the Nobel Prize for Chemistry
Hans Fischer, winner of the Nobel Prize for Chemistry
Hans Spemann, winner of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
Hans Adolf Krebs, winner of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
Hans Georg Dehmelt, winner of the Nobel Prize in Physics
Hans Landa, character in the movie "Inglourious Basterds"
Hans Gruber, character in the movie "Die Hard"
Hans Schielman, character in the game "The Testament of SherlockHolmes"
Hans Moleman, character on "The Simpsons"
Hans, evil prince in the Disney movie "Frozen"
Hans and Franz, weightlifting duo in a "SaturdayNight Live" sketch
Hans Hubermann, a character in "The Book Thief"
Hans Kepler, character from Night trains, by BarbaraWood