Scandinavian Boy Names

Adalsteinn

Scandinavian form of Anglo-Saxon Aethelstan, meaning "noble stone."

Aksel

Variant of Scandinavian Axel, meaning "my father is peace."

Albin

Polish and Scandinavian form of English Alban, meaning "from Alba."

Anders

Scandinavian form of Andrew, meaning "man; warrior."

Anger

Asgeir (Gods', Aesir's javelin)

Ango(t)

Asgaut

Anquetil

Asketill (Gods', Aesir's cauldron)

Ansgar

"God spear." German and Scandinavian name derived from Germanic ans "god" and gar "spear."

Anshelm

Scandinavian form of German Anselm, meaning "God-protection."

Arvid

"Eagle tree." Scandinavian name derived from the elements arn "eagle" and vidhr "tree."

Auber

Osbern (Gods', Aesir's bear, warrior). May be Frankish/Saxon also, from Odalbert (Albert)

Aumont

Osmund (unde God's protection)

Auzoux

Asulf (Gods', Aesir's wolf, warrior)

Axel

Scandinavian form of Absalom, meaning "my father is peace."

Aze

Azouf

Asulf (Gods', Aesir's wolf, warrior)

Bernt

Scandinavian form of Bernard, meaning "bold as a bear."

Birghir

Scandinavian name of Old Norse origin, derived from the element biarga/bjarga, meaning "to help."

Bjarne

Variant of Scandinavian Björn, meaning "bear."

Bjoern

Variant of Scandinavian Björn, meaning "bear."

Bjorn

Scandinavian name derived from an Old Norse word bjorn, meaning "bear."

Brument

Br?dma?r (bridegroom)

Burnouf

Brynjolf (Hardened [with a breastplate] wolf,warrior.

Byrghir

Variant of Scandinavian Birghir, meaning "to help."

Cai

Scandinavian form of Danish Kai, possibly meaning "chicken, hen."

Caj

Scandinavian form of Danish Kai, possibly meaning "chicken, hen."

Christoffer

Scandinavian form of Christopher, meaning "Christ-bearer."

Cnut

Variant of Scandinavian Knut, meaning "knot."

Dag

Scandinavian name derived from Norse dagr, meaning "day."

Edvard

Czech and Scandinavian form of English Edward, meaning "guardian of prosperity."

Egil

Scandinavian form of Old Norse Egill, meaning "little edge/point (of a sword)." Sometimes used as a nickname, or pet name for longer names beginning with Eg-, meaning "edge, point."

Eilert

Frisian and Scandinavian form of German Eckhard, meaning "strong point (of a sword)."

Einar

"One warrior." Scandinavian name composed of the Old Norse elements ein "one" and arr "warrior."

EmÁnuel

Scandinavian form of Emmanuel, meaning "God is with us."

Emil

German and Scandinavian name derived from Latin Aemilius, meaning "rival."

Enok

Scandinavian form of Enoch, meaning "dedicated."

Eric

English name derived from Old Norse Viking Eirikr, meaning ever-ruler

Erland

Scandinavian name derived from Old Norse örlendr, meaning "foreigner, stranger."

Erlend

Variant of Scandinavian Erland, meaning "foreigner, stranger."

Ernouf

Arnulf (wolf eagle). May also be Frankish/Saxon.

Estur

Eutha

Scandinavian name related to the Old Norse word jôdh, meaning "child."

Finn

Scandinavian form of Old Norse Finnr, meaning "from Finland."

Folke

Scandinavian form of Old Norse Folki, meaning "tribe."

Frans

Dutch and Scandinavian form of English Francis, meaning "free."

Frej

German and Scandinavian form of Old Norse Freyr, meaning "lord."

Fridtjof

Variant of Scandinavian Fritjof, meaning "peace-thief."

Frigard

Fritjof

Scandinavian form of Old Norse Frithjofr, meaning "peace-thief."

Gaument

Hvalman (whaler)

Godefroy

Godfrid (under God's protection). May also be Frankish/Saxon.

Gonnor

Gounouf

Gunnulf (fighting wolf, warrior)

Guillhouf

Vilulf (wolf's [warrior's] will)

Gunnar

Scandinavian form of Old Norse Gunnarr, meaning "war-warrior."

Gunne

Nickname for Scandinavian Gunnar, meaning "war-warrior."

Gustav

Scandinavian form of Latin Gustavus, meaning "meditation staff."

H?rou

Herulf

Halle

"Rock." Scandinavian nickname for longer names containing the Norse element hallr, meaning "rock."

Harald

German and Scandinavian form of English Harold, meaning "army ruler."

Harang

Harou

Harulf (the army's wolf, warrior)

Hastain

Hastein (high stone)

HÁkan

Icelandic and Scandinavian form of Old Norse Hákon, meaning "high son."

Helge

Scandinavian name derived from the word heilagr, meaning "prosperous, successful."

Hemming

Scandinavian name derived from Old Norse hamr, meaning "shape." The name may have originated as a byname for a "shape-shifter" or "werewolf."

Hendrik

Dutch and Scandinavian form of English Henry, meaning "home-ruler."

Henning

Pet form of German/Scandinavian Henrik, meaning "home-ruler."

Henrik

German and Scandinavian form of English Henry, meaning "home-ruler."

Herleif

"Army descendant." Scandinavian name composed of the Old Norse elements herr "army" and leifr "descendant."

Hjalmarr

Variant of Scandinavian Hjalmar, meaning "helmet-warrior."

HjÁlmar

Scandinavian form of Old Norse Hjálmar, meaning "helmet-warrior."

Houlegate

Holgata (hollow path)

Igouf

Variant of Ingolf meaning God Ing's wolf, warrior

Inge

Dutch, German and Scandinavian unisex nickname for longer names beginning with Ing-, meaning "foremost one."

Ingemar

Scandinavian form of Old Norse Ingimarr, meaning "Ing-famous."

Ingmar

Variant of Scandinavian Ingemar, meaning "Ing-famous."

Ingouf

Ingolf (God Ing's wolf, warrior)

Ivar

Variant of Scandinavian Ivor, meaning "bowman."

Ivarr

Variant of Scandinavian Ivor, meaning "bowman."
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