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AEG E2 (1914)
Eule - owl
 
Ago Ao 192 (liaison aircraft, 1934)
Kurier - courier
 
Akademische Fliegergruppe Hannover (1921)
"Vampyr" - vampire
 
Akaflieg München Mü 10 (glider, 1932)
Milan
 
Akaflieg München Mü 13d (glider)
Atalante
 
Akaflieg München Mü 17 (glider, 1938)
Merle
 
Arado Ar 66c (biplane fighter)
"Hermosaha" (Finnish nickname) - nerve saw
 
Arado Ar 76 (fighter)
"Heimatschutzjäger" - home defence fighter
 
Arado Ar 232 (battlezone transport)
"Tausendfüssler" - centipede (the a/c had numerous small wheels under the fuselage)
"Tatzelwurm"
 
Arado Ar 234 (turbojet reconnaissance plane/bomber, 1943)
Blitz - lightning
"Hecht" - pike (I haven't found any confirmation to this, but it could come from the Kdo. Hecht which was operating this type)
 
Arado Ar 234B-2/N (turbojet nightfighter)
Nachtigall - nightingale
 
Arado Ar 234B + Fieseler Fi 103 (turbojet missile carrier)
"Deichselschlepp" - shaft tow (for the configuration where the missile was towed behind the Ar 234 with a rigid shaft)
 
Arado Ar 234C + Fieseler Fi 103 (turbojet missile carrier)
"Startwagen" - starter cart (for the configuration where the missile was towed behind the Ar 234)
"Hukepack" - pickaback (for the configuration where the missile was carried atop the Ar 234)
 
Arado E.381 (parasite rocket interceptor project)
Kleinstjäger - miniature fighter
 
Arado E.580 (turbojet interceptor project)
"Volksjäger" - people's fighter
 
Bachem Ba 349 (rocket interceptor, 1945)
Natter - viper
 
Baumgartl Heliofly I (1941)
 
Baumgartl Heliofly III (1943)
 
Blohm und Voss Bv 40 (glider interceptor, 1944)
"Ersatzjäger" - substitute fighter
 
Blohm und Voss Bv 138 (flying boat)
"Fliegender Holzschuh" - flying clog
 
Blohm und Voss Bv 138 MS
"Mausiflugzeug" - mousecatcher plane
 
Blohm und Voss Bv 222 (flying boat transport)
Wiking - viking
"Wal" - whale
 
Blohm und Voss Bv 246 (missile)
Hagelkorn - hailstone
 
Blohm und Voss Bv 246 (missile; a modification Hagelkorn)
"Radieschen" - radish
 
Blohm und Voss (Messerschmitt?) L10 Friedensengel (glide torpedo)
peace angel
 
Blohm und Voss (Messerschmitt?) L11 Schneewittchen
Snowwhite
 
Blohm und Voss P.211 (turbojet interceptor project, 1944)
"Volksjäger" - people's fighter
 
Bücker Bü 131 (basic trainer)
Jungmann - youngster
 
Bücker Bü 133 (trainer)
Jungmeister - young champion
 
Bücker Bü 180 (trainer)
Student - student
 
Bücker Bü 181 (trainer)
Bestmann
 
Bücker Bü 182 (trainer)
Kornett - cornet
 
DFS 108-14 Schulgleiter SG 38 (glider)
training glider
 
DFS 108-30 (glider)
Kranich II - crane
 
DFS 108-49 (glider, 1932)
Grunau Baby
 
DFS 108-68 (glider, 1938)
Weihe - harrier
 
DFS 108-70 (glider, 1940)
Olympia - (gliding was planned to be a field at the 1940 Olympic Games)
Olympia-Meise - olympic titmouse (development of DFS Meise)
 
DFS 108-... Eon (glider)
 
DFS 108-... Habicht (glider, 1936)
hawk
 
DFS 108-... Kranich (glider, 1935)
crane
 
DFS 108-... Meise (glider, 1938)
titmouse
 
DFS 108-... Stummel-Habicht (glider)
stump hawk (clipped-wing version of the DFS Habicht)
 
DFS 8-346 (experimental rocket plane)
"Viktoriya" (Russian nickname) - victory
 
Dornier A Libelle I
dragonfly I
 
Dornier A Libelle II
dragonfly II
 
Dornier B III
Merkur - Mercurius
 
Dornier B Ba1
Merkur I - Mercurius I
 
Dornier B Ba2
Merkur II - Mercurius II
 
Dornier C III Komet I
comet I
 
Dornier C III Komet II
comet II
 
Dornier C III Komet III
comet III
 
Dornier Do 12
Libelle III - dragonfly III
 
Dornier Do 15
Militär-Wal - military whale (military variant of the Do J Wal)
 
Dornier Do 17 (fast bomber)
"Bacalao" (Spanish nickname)
 
Dornier Do 17M (mailplane/fast bomber, 1933)
"Fliegender Bleistift" - flying pencil
 
Dornier Do 17Z-6 (night fighter)
Kauz - screech owl
 
Dornier Do 17Z-10 (night fighter)
Kauz II - screech owl II
 
Dornier Do 19 (long-range bomber)
"Uralbomber" - Ural bomber
 
Dornier Do 215B-6 (night fighter)
Kauz III - screech owl III
Dornier Do 335 (fighter)
Pfeil - arrow
"Ameisenbär" - aardvark
Dornier G I
Greif - griffon
Dornier H Falke
falcon
Dornier H Seefalke
sea falcon
 
Dornier J
Wal - whale
 
Dornier J II
Wal - whale
 
Dornier J IId
Militär-Wal - military whale
 
Dornier L1
Delphin I - dolphin I
 
Dornier L2
Delphin II - dolphin II
 
Dornier L3
Delphin III - dolphin III
 
Dornier R2
Superwal - superwhale
 
Dornier R4
Superwal - superwhale
 
Dornier Spatz
sparrow
 
Dr. Geest Möwe 4 (1913)
seagull
 
Dr. Hübner Mücke (1935)
gnat
 
EMW A 4 (ballistic missile)
Vergeltungswaffe-2 (V-2) - vengeance weapon 2 (nickname given by J. Goebbels)
 
EMW C 2 (AA missile)
Wasserfall - waterfall
 
EMW Taifun (missile)
typhoon
 
Etrich Limousine (~1925)
 
Etrich Taube (1910)
pigeon
 
Ferdinand Schulz F.S.3
Besenstiel
 
Fieseler F 1
Tigerschwalbe - tiger swallow?
 
Fieseler F 2
Tiger - tiger
 
Fieseler F 3
Wespe - wasp
 
Fieseler Fi 99
Jungtiger - young tiger
 
Fieseler Fi 103 (flying bomb)
FZG 76 (deceptive codename)
Kirschkern - cherry stone
Vergeltungswaffe-1 (V-1) - vengeance weapon 1 (nickname coined by J. Goebbels)
"Buzz Bomb" (Allied nickname)
"Doodlebug" (Allied nickname)
Nicknames applied to different configurations of carrier aircraft and Fieseler Fi 103 flying bomb:
"Deichselschlepp" - shaft tow (with Ar 234B)
"Hukepack" - pickapack (with Ar 234C)
"Parasit" - parasite (with He 111H-22)
"Startwagen" - starter cart (with Ar 234C)
 
Fieseler Fi 103R (manned flying bomb)
Reichenberg
 
Fieseler Fi 156 (liaison plane)
Storch - stork
"Ciguena" (Spanish nickname) - stork
 
Fieseler Fi 256
"Ganzmetallstorch" - full-metal stork (full-metal development of Fi 156)
 
Flettner Fl 282 (observation helicopter)
Kolibri - humming-bird
 
Focke Achgelis Fa 223 (transport helicopter, same as Fa 266 Hornisse)
Drache - dragon
 
Focke Achgelis Fa 266 (transport helicopter, same as Fa 233 Drache)
Hornisse - hornet
 
Focke Achgelis Fa 330 autogiro kite()
Bachstelze - sandpiper; water wagtail
 
Focke-Wulf A 16
"Ente" - duck
Focke-Wulf Fw 43
Falke - falcon
 
Focke-Wulf Fw 44 (trainer)
Stieglitz - goldfinch
"Stigu" (Finnish nickname)
 
Focke-Wulf Fw 56 (fighter)
Stösser - falcon
"Heimatschutzjäger" - home defence fighter
 
Focke-Wulf Fw 58 (light transport)
Weihe - harrier
 
Focke-Wulf Fw 58G-1
"Leukoplastbomber" - elastoplast bomber
 
Focke-Wulf Fw 58G-3
"Leukoplastbomber" - elastoplast bomber
 
Focke-Wulf Fw 187 (heavy fighter)
Falke - falcon
 
Focke-Wulf Fw 189 (reconnaissance plane)
Uhu - eagle owl
"Eule" - owl
"Fliegendes Auge" - flying eye
"Flying Greenhouse" (Allied nickname)
"Rama" (Russian nickname) - frame
 
Focke-Wulf Fw 190 (fighter)
Würger - shrike [this name was rarely used]
"Butcher Bird" (Allied nickname)
 
Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-6
"Sturmjäger" - attack fighter
 
Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-7
"Sturmjäger" - attack fighter
 
Focke-Wulf Fw 190D (fighter)
"Dora"
"Langsnasen-Dora" - long-nosed Dora
 
Focke-Wulf Fw 190D-9 (fighter)
"Dora-9"
 
Focke-Wulf Fw 190F-9 (anti-tank aircraft)
"Panzerblitz" - tank lightning
 
Focke-Wulf Fw 191 (fast bomber)
"Fliegendes Kraftwerk" - flying power station (after its electrical control system)
 
Focke-Wulf Fw 200 (airliner and bomber)
Condor
 
Focke-Wulf Fw 200C (marine reconnaissance aircraft and bomber)
"Kur'yer" (Russian nickname) - courier
"Scourge of the Atlantic" (British nickname given by W. Churchill)
 
Focke-Wulf Jäger P.VII (turbojet fighter project)
Flitzer - madcap
 
Focke-Wulf Möwe
seagull
 
Focke-Wulf Ta 154 (heavy and night fighter)
"Moskito" - mosquito
 
Focke-Wulf Ta 183 (turbojet fighter project)
Huckebein - sort of a small raven (?)
 
Focke-Wulf Ta 283 (ramjet fighter project)
Nova - nova
 
Focke-Wulf Triebflügel (rotary-wing turbojet fighter project)
thrust-wing
 
Fokker D VIII (fighter, 1918)
"Flying Razor" (British nickname)
Fokker Spinne (1910)
spider
 
FVA 10b Rheinland (glider, 1937)
Rhineland
 
Grunau 9 (glider, 1929)
Einheitsschulgleiter - standard training glider?
"Schädelspalter" - skull-splitter
 
Grunau Baby (DFS 108-49) (glider, 1932)
 
Heinkel He 45
"Möbelwagen" - furniture truck (referring to its massiveness)
"Pantechnicon" - (also referring to its massiveness)
"Pavo" (Spanish nickname)
 
Heinkel He 46
"Pava" (Spanish nickname)
 
Heinkel He 51
"Cadenas" (Spanish nickname)
 
Heinkel He 59
"Zapatone(s)" (Spanish nickname) - large shoe(s)
 
Heinkel He 70
Blitz - lightning
"Rayo" (Spanish nickname)
 
Heinkel He 72
Kadett - cadet
 
Heinkel He 72B-3
Edelkadett - leading cadet
 
Heinkel He 74 (fighter)
"Heimatschutzjäger" - home defence fighter
 
Heinkel He 111 (bomber)
"Doppel-Blitz" - double lightning (its design had been inspired by the He 70 but it was double-engined)
"Pedro" (Spanish nickname)
 
Heinkel He 111H-22 + Fieseler Fi 103 (missile carrier)
"Parasit" - parasite (the missile was carried under a wing of the He 111)
 
Heinkel He 111Z (glider tug and reconnaissance plane)
"Zwilling" - twin (two-fuselage a/c)
 
Heinkel He 162 (turbojet interceptor)
Spatz - sparrow
Salamander - salamander
"Volksjäger" - people's fighter
 
Heinkel He 177 (heavy bomber)
Greif - griffon
"Luftwaffenfeuerzeug" - cigarette lighter of the Luftwaffe (referring to the flammable engines?)
"Reichsfackel" - torch of the Reich
"Reichsfeuerzeug" - cigarette lighter of the Reich (referring to the flammable engines?)
 
Heinkel He 219 (night fighter)
Uhu - eagle owl
 
Heinkel P.1077
Julia - Juliett
Julia II - Juliett II
Romeo
all three were different versions
 
Heinkel Lerche
skylark
 
Heinkel Wespe
wasp
 
Henschel Hs 117 (Hs 297) (missile)
Schmetterling - butterfly
 
Henschel Hs 121 (fighter)
"Heimatschutzjäger" - home defence fighter
 
Henschel Hs 123 (dive bomber)
"Stuka" - dive bomber
"Angelito" (Spanish nickname) - little angel
 
Henschel Hs 126 (reconnaissance plane)
"Super Pava" (Spanish nickname)
 
Henschel Hs 129 (attack and anti-tank plane)
"Fliegender Büchsenöffner" - flying can-opener
 
Henschel Hs 132 (turbojet dive bomber, 1945)
"Düsen-Stuka" - jet dive bomber
 
Henschel Hs 217 (missile)
Föhn
 
Henschel Zitterochen (missile)
torpedo fish
 
Horten Parabola
 
Horten XVIII (turbojet bomber project)
"Amerikabomber" - America bomber
 
Jeannin Stahltaube (1913)
steel dove
 
Junkers A 50
Junior
"Junnu" (Finnish nickname)
 
Junkers J I (1915)
"Blechesel" - tin donkey
 
Junkers J 4 (1917)
"Möbelwagen" - furniture truck
 
Junkers K 43 (transport)
"Bolivar"
 
Junkers W 43 (transport)
"Pikku-Junnu" (Finnish nickname)
 
Junkers Ju 52/3m (airliner and transport)
"Tante Ju" - auntie Junkers
"Junker" (Spanish nickname)
"Iron Annie" (Allied nickname)
"Corrugated Coffin" (Allied nickname)
 
Junkers Ju 86 (airliner and bomber)
"Jumo" (Spanish nickname)
 
Junkers Ju 87 (dive bomber)
"Stuka" - dive bomber
"Stupido" (Spanish nickname) - stupid
"Picchiatello" (Italian nickname) - diving a/c; crazy, hit on the head
"Sitting Duck" (British nickname after the Battle of Britain)
"Nazi Hoax" (British nickname after the Battle of Britain)
"Lopata" - spade (Russian nickname)
 
Junkers Ju 87A (dive bomber)
"Anton"
 
Junkers Ju 87B (dive bomber)
"Bertha"
 
Junkers Ju 87D (dive bomber)
"Dora"
 
Junkers Ju 87G (anti-tank aircraft)
"Panzerknacker" - tank smasher
"Kanonenvogel" - cannon bird
 
Junkers Ju 88 (fast bomber a.o.)
"Dreifinger" - three-finger
 
Junkers Ju 188A (fast bomber a.o.)
Rächer - avenger
 
Junkers Ju 322 (flying wing transport glider)
Mammut - mammoth
 
Junkers Ju 352 (transport)
Herkules - Hercules
 
Junkers Ju 388 (fast bomber)
Hubertus
 
Junkers Ju 388J (fast bomber)
Störtebecker - a German 15th-century pirate
 
Junkers EF.126 (turbojet fighter project)
"Elli"
Lilli
 
Junkers EF.127 (turbojet fighter project)
Walli
 
Kalkert Ka 430 (transport glider)
Sturm - storm
 
LFG C II (c. 1914)
"Walfisch" - whale
 
Lippisch Falke (glider, 1930)
falcon
 
Lippisch "Hols der Teufel" (glider, 1923)
... (gone with devil?)
 
Lippisch P.60 (rocket interceptor project)
Komet - comet
 
Lippisch Rhönadler (glider)
...
 
Messerschmitt M.17 Ello (1925)
 
Messerschmitt M.33 (project, ca. 1933)
"Volksflugzeug" - people's aircraft
 
Messerschmitt M.34 (project, 1934)
Antipoden - antipodes
 
Messerschmitt Bf 108B
Taifun - typhoon
 
Messerschmitt Bf 109 (fighter)
"Mersu" (Finnish nickname; nowadays it is used for Mercedes-Benz cars)
 
Messerschmitt Bf 109B (fighter)
"Bertha"
"Meser" (Spanish nickname)
 
Messerschmitt Bf 109D (fighter)
"Dora"
 
Messerschmitt Bf 109E (fighter)
"Emil"
 
Messerschmitt Bf 109F (fighter)
"Friedrich"
 
Messerschmitt Bf 109G (fighter)
"Gustav"
 
Messerschmitt Bf 109K (fighter)
"Kurfürst"
 
Messerschmitt Bf 109Z (fighter-bomber)
"Zwilling" - twin
 
Messerschmitt Bf 110 (heavy fighter; some early versions)
"Zerstörer" - destroyer
 
Messerschmitt Bf 162 (fast bomber)
Jaguar - jaguar
 
Messerschmitt Me 163 (rocket interceptor, 1941)
Komet - comet
"Kraftei" - power egg
 
Messerschmitt Me 163S (rocket interceptor trainer)
Habicht - hawk
 
Messerschmitt Bf 261
"Adolfine" - (referring to Hitler's personal interest in this project)
 
Messerschmitt Me 262A-1a (turbojet fighter)
Schwalbe - swallow
"Silber" - silver
 
Messerschmitt Me 262A-2a (turbojet fighter-bomber)
Sturmvogel - stormbird
 
Messerschmitt Me 262C (turbojet fighter)
Heimatschützer - home defender
 
Messerschmitt Me 264 (long-range bomber)
Sudeten
"Amerikabomber" - America bomber
"Bananenflugzeug" - banana airplane
 
Messerschmitt Me 321 (heavy transport glider)
Gigant - giant
 
Messerschmitt Me 323 (heavy transport glider)
Gigant - giant
 
Messerschmitt Me 410 (fighter-bomber a.o.)
Hornisse - hornet
 
Messerschmitt P.308 Jet Taifun (postwar business jet)
jet typhoon (referring to Bf 108 Taifun)
 
Messerschmitt P.1110 Ente (turbojet fighter project, 1945)
duck (a canard version of the Me P.1110)
 
Messerschmitt Courier (turbojet fighter project)
courier
 
Messerschmitt Enzian (missile)
gentian
 
Messerschmitt (Blohm und Voss?) L10 Friedensengel (glide torpedo)
peace angel
 
Messerschmitt Libelle
dragonfly
 
Messerschmitt (Blohm und Voss?) L11 Schneewittchen
Snowwhite
 
Messerschmitt Rotorjet (project, 1966)
 
Mistel (composite aircraft)
Mistletoe
Beethoven-Gerät - Beethoven device (official code-name)
"Vater und Sohn" - father and son
"Hukepack" - hukepack
 
Mistel 5 (composite aircraft)
Mistletoe
"Führungsmaschine" - leading machine
 
Prüfling (glider)
...
Raab-Katzenstein RK 7 (1927)
Schmetterling - butterfly
 
Raab-Katzenstein RK 9 (1928)
Grasmücke - a species of gnat?
 
Raab-Katzenstein RK 26
Tigerschwalbe - a species of swallow?
 
Rheinmetall-Borsig 5/F.25/F.55 Feuerlilie (missile)
fire lily
 
Rheinmetall-Borsig FK 2700 Hecht (missile)
pike
 
Rheinmetall-Borsig RhZ 61/9 Rheinbote (missile)
Rhine messenger
 
Rheinmetall-Borsig R I/R III Rheintochter (ballistic missile)
Rhine maiden
Rhönadler (glider, 1932)
...
 
Rhönbussard (glider, 1933)
...
 
Rhönsperber (glider, 1934)
...
 
Riedel Rhönbaby (glider, 1920)
...
 
Rohrbach Ro VIII (1926)
"Roland"
 
Ruhrstahl/Kramer X-1 (PC 1400X, Fx 1400, Fx) (glide bomb)
Fritz-X
 
Ruhrstahl/Kramer X-7 (anti-tank missile)
Rotkäppchen - Red Riding Hood
 
Rumpler Taube (1910)
dove
 
Sack AS-6 (circular wing)
"Fliegender Bierdeckel" - flying beer tray
 
Schempp-Hirth Gö 1 (glider, 1935)
Wolf - wolf
 
Schempp-Hirth Gö 3 (glider, 1935)
Minimoa
 
Schempp-Hirth Gö 4 (glider, 1937)
Goevier
 
Schulgleiter SG 36 Türkenlouis (glider)
Turkish ...
 
Siebel Fh 104 (light transport)
Hallore - inhabitant of Halle
 
Siebel Si 202 (light plane)
Hummel - bumble-bee
 
Sleicher Anfänger (glider)
beginner
 
Technische Hochschule Braunschweig LF 1 (1942)
"Zaunkönig" - wren
 
Zeppelin Rammer (ramming aircraft)
rammer
 
Zögling (glider, 1925)
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