Oh, very interesting thread.
My dad's part Danish, part Greenlandic; and my mum's French. I also have Germanic, English and Scottish roots, but that's too far out, so I'm not gonna use those (it would just be me using my favourite names anyway).
Danish (/Scandinavian, most names here in Scandinavia are alike): Aksel, Christian, Asger and Oskar; Regitze, Dagmar, Ingrid and Asta.
Greenlandic: Nanoq, Ivik and Amaalik; Ivalo, Fariitariikka and Hedvig.
French: Amaury, Felix, Aymeric, Theodore, Valery and Gaston; Maximilienne, Antoinette, Marguerite, Alienor, Maude and Magali.
I'm half English and half Australian (with a bit of Irish somewhere), and the Aussie roots come from northern England.
Blythe, Clemency, Faye, Hadley, Harper, Hero, Jenna, Lily, Lucy, Olive, Penny, Primrose
Ash, Avery, Blue, Cody, Hayden, James, Reed, William
Mexican: Mateo & Claudia
Scottish: Kentigern & Fionola
English: Everett & Catherine
German: Kaspar & Hannelore
Norwegian: Thorvald & Dagny
Danish:Torben & Annika
Danish: Anker, Ludvig, Valdemar & Rasmine, Agnes, Dagmar & Sigrid, just to name a few!
I'm Irish and Italian mainly so:
Ciaran, Eamon, Niccolo, & Massimo | Aisling, Sheridan, Alessia, & Lucia
Done in real life :)
My girls are Elisheva and Gavriella. If we have boys, they'll be Yochanan and Azriel. Other girls would be Ayelet and Yakira.
I am the ultimate Euro-Mutt. I'm Polish/Russian, English (British Isles in general), Irish, German, Dutch, French, Swiss, Native American and a little bit Scandinavian too. Since I'm mostly German, French and Polish I'll stick with those names:
French: Leo & Amelie
German: Jonas & Anneliese
Polish: Maksimilian & Magdalena
I am mostly Hungarian with a little bit of German.
Hungarian names are hard. Most of them look funny and I have no idea how to pronounce them.
I'm 3/4 scottish and 1/4 english so I do like some scottish names:
just to name a few.
American: Darrow Paine (get to keep my GP name!) Truman, Lincoln, Cyan (get to keep DH's favorite too) :)
Irish: Neve Siobhan
Norwegian: Anderson (family surname), Eira, Sunniva