Scandinavian boy names

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Scandinavian boy names starting with A

Aaren

Aaren – the name has several meanings In Scandinavian the meaning of the name Aaren is: Lofty or inspired. it also means high mountain

Acke – Man of peace

Acksel – Man of peace

Age – Age is an unpopular boy’s name.

Aksel – Father of peace

Albin – White, bright

Alf – Elf

Alrik – A person who is a noble, gracious universal ruler

Alvar – Speaks truth

Alvis – Wise friend

Ame – The eagle rules.

Amund – Protector

Ander

Ander – Ander as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian and Greek origin meaning ‘lion man’.

Anders – Manly, brave, variant of Andrew

Anders – Anders as a boy’s name is pronounced AN-ders. It is of Scandinavian origin.

Anderson – Manly, brave, variant of Andrew

Anderson – For a different take on the classic Andrew, there’s Anderson, a first name made popular by CNN journalist Anderson Cooper. Its etymology is clear-cut: Anderson means “son of Anders or Andrew.” And it has been around a long time, as baby-name polls of the 19th century can attest. Anderson, which is also a surname, has a cool quotient to it—and your son doesn’t have to cover wars and natural disasters when he gets older to benefit from it.

Anderssen – Son of Anders

Andersson – Andersson as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin meaning ‘son of Anders or Andrew’.

Andor – Eagle thunder

Andras – Breath

Anker – A manly harvester who is strong and very brave

Ansfrid – Protected by God

Ansgar – Old Norse – God Spear, Gentle Friend, A variant name of Oscar

Anshelm – German – Protected by God, A variant of name Ansel

Anton – Priceless, inestimable or praiseworthy

Apsel – Father of peace

Araldo – Araldo as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Araldo is ‘army ruler’.

Aralt – Aralt as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Aralt is ‘army ruler’.

Ari – Mostly used as a boy’s name, Ari has roots that may be Nordic (meaning “eagle”) and Hebrew (“lion”). It’s a short, strong name commonly given to Jewish babies in English-speaking countries. Real-life Aris include a late Greek millionaire (Onassis), a former White House press secretary (Fleischer) and a current Hollywood talent agent (Emanuel). When the TV show “Entourage,” which featured an Ari Gold character, was airing during the early 2000s, the name was very popular.

Aricin – The eternal king’s son

Arild – Ruler of the army

Aristide – Aristide as a boy’s name is of Hebrew and Scandinavian origin meaning ‘lion or best’.

Arkin – The eternal king’s son

Arn – Eagle power

Arne – Eagle

Arno – Eagle

Aroldo – Aroldo as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Aroldo is ‘army ruler’.

Arri – Arri as a boy’s name is of Hebrew and Scandinavian origin meaning ‘superior or best’.

Arry – Arry as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin meaning ‘army ruler’.

Arvid – The eagle’s tree

Arye – Arye as a boy’s name is of Hebrew and Scandinavian origin meaning ‘lion or eagle’.

Asbjorn – Old Norse – Divine Bear

Asmund – Cognate of Osmond, gold which is the protector

Astor – One who is looking for a prey, Hawk and thunder

Asva – Having speed like a horse, one who is swift

Audun – Deserted

Ax – One who like peaceful condition

Axel

Axil – Man of peace

Axill – They are the one who spread peace, kind of father

Axl – They are the father of peace

Aymer – A noble and generous human being

Scandinavian boy names starting with B

Balder – God of light

Bardo – Son of the earth

Bartholomeus – Hill

Barthram – Barthram as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin meaning ‘bright and famous raven’.

Bartram – Bartram as a boy’s name is pronounced BAR-tram. It is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Bartram is ‘bright raven’. The raven was consecrated to Odin, the Norse god of war, and was the emblem of the Danish royal standard.

Beck – Brook

Benedikt – Blessed

Bent – Blessed

Beorhthelm – A protector of light

Bergen – Mountain dweller

Bergen – Mountain dweller

Berggren – From the mountain branch

Bergin – Bergin as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian and Old German origin meaning ‘lives on the hill or mountain’.

Bergren – Mountain stream

Bernie – Strong as a bear

Bernt – Strong bear

Bertelot – A man who is light and bright

Birger – Helpful

Birgin – Birgin as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian and Old German origin meaning ‘lives on the hill or mountain’.

Bjarn – Bjarn as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian and Old Norse origin meaning ‘bear’.

Bjarne – Bjarne as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian and Old Norse origin meaning ‘bear’.

Bjarni – A diminutive form of name Bjorn, meaning ‘bear’.

Bjorn – Bear

Bjorn – Bear

Bjorne – Bjorne as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian and Old Norse origin meaning ‘bear’.

Bjornsterne – Bjornsterne as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian and Old Norse origin meaning ‘bear’.

Björn – Bear

Blakely – Black or white, dark-haired, can also mean the reverse: fair, pale

Bo – Nickname and abbreviation for Bogart and Beau

Bo – Householder

Bode – Scandinavian – Sheltered, A variation of name Bodi, A contraction of name Boden

Boden – A shelter.

Boden – Boden as a boy’s name is pronounced BOH-den. It is of Scandinavian and Old French origin, and the meaning of Boden is ‘shelter, one who brings news’.

Bodie – Variant of Boden a shelter.

Bodie – Bodie as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian and Old French origin meaning ‘shelter’.

Bodin – Bodin as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian and Old French origin meaning ‘shelter or one who brings news’.

Bodine – Bodine as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian and Old French origin meaning ‘shelter or one who brings news’.

Boe – Boe as a boy’s name is of French and Scandinavian origin meaning ‘handsome’.

Boot – Boot as a boy’s name is of Middle English and Scandinavian origin meaning ‘dwelling place’.

Boote – Boote as a boy’s name is of Middle English and Scandinavian origin meaning ‘dwelling place’.

Booth – Booth as a boy’s name is of Middle English and Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Booth is ‘dwelling place’.

Boothe – Boothe as a boy’s name is of Middle English and Scandinavian origin meaning ‘dwelling place’.

Borg – Borg as a boy’s name is pronounced borg. It is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Borg is ‘castle’.

Borge – A helping person

Borghild – A war in the fortifications

Borgny – One who gladly helps

Bori – One who is a father of the warrior

Both – Both as a boy’s name is of Middle English and Scandinavian origin meaning ‘dwelling place’.

Bowden – Bowden as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian and Old French origin meaning ‘shelter or one who brings news’.

Bowdoin – Bowdoin as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian and Old French origin meaning ‘shelter or one who brings news’.

Brage – A famous, shining and popular king

Brand – Sword blade

Brandr – Brandr is an unpopular boy’s name.

Britt – One of strenght

Broder – To be someone’s brother

Brodric – Brother.

Brynklie – A woman with an armour

Burr – A beautiful youth

Scandinavian boy names starting with C

Cajetan – A rejoiced man

Canute – Canute as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Canute is ‘knot’.

Carle – Free

Carlsen – Carlsen as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Carlsen is ‘son of Carl’.

Carlson – Carlson as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin meaning ‘free peasant settlement’.

Carlssen – Carlssen as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin meaning ‘son of Carl’.

Carlsson – Carlsson as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin meaning ‘son of Carl’.

Carolus – Freeman

Carr – Carr as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Carr is ‘from the swampy place.’.

Carson – A Scottish surname, unknown meaning

Claus – Victory of the people

Cnut – Cnut as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin meaning ‘knot’.

Colman – Charcoal maker

Cornelis – Ivory colored

Crosbey – Crosbey is a boy’s name meaning ‘at the cross’ the comes from the Scandinavian name Crosby.

Crosbie – Crosbie is a boy’s name meaning ‘at the cross’ the comes from the Scandinavian name Crosby.

Crosby – Crosby as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Crosby is ‘at the cross’.

Scandinavian boy names starting with D

Daeg – Daeg is a boy’s name meaning ‘daylight’ that comes from the Scandinavian name Dag.

Dag – Day

Dag – Dag as a boy’s name is pronounced dag. It is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Dag is ‘daylight’. Mythology: the son of Night who brought the daylight as he rode his horse around the earth.

Dagen – The one who is dark-haired

Dagget – Dagget is a boy’s name meaning ‘daylight’ that is related to the Scandinavian name Dag.

Daggett – Daggett is a boy’s name meaning ‘daylight’ that is related to the Scandinavian name Dag.

Dain – The one who is from Denmark

Dale – Valley

Dana – From Denmark

Danby – Danby is a boy’s name meaning ‘the Dane’s village’ that is related to the Scandinavian name Denby.

Daube – Name of a bird called Dove

Davin – Finnish

Denbey – Denbey is a boy’s name meaning ‘the Dane’s village’ that is related to the Scandinavian name Denby.

Denby – Denby as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Denby is ‘the Dane’s village’.

Denmark – Denmark as a boy’s name. Geography name: one of the Scandinavian countries. Also possibly a combined name of Dennis and Mark.

Denney – Denney is a boy’s name meaning ‘the Dane’s village’ or ‘follower of Dionysius’. It is a variant of the Scandinavian name Denby and the Greek and English name Dennis.

Diederik – Ruler of the people

Dierk – Ruler of the people

Dirk – Ruler of the people

Draek – Dragon, duck

Scandinavian boy names starting with E

Ebbe – It means Brave like a Boar.

Edvard – Wealthy guardian

Edvin – Friend of wealth

Edzard – Strong egde

Eggert – Hardy and has a lot of potential

Egil – Egil as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian and Old Norse origin, and the meaning of Egil is ‘edge of a sword’.

Eigil – Eigil is a boy’s name meaning ‘edge of a sword’ that comes from the Scandinavian and Old Norse name Egil.

Eilert – Eilert as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Eilert is ‘hard point’.

Eilif – An immortal person who is born to do great things

Einar – Einar as a boy’s name is pronounced EYE-nar. It is of Scandinavian and Old Norse origin, and the meaning of Einar is ‘one warrior, battle leader’.

Einer – Einer as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Einer is ‘one warrior or battle leader’.

Eino – Eino is an unpopular boy’s name.

Ejnar – Ejnar as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian and Old Norse origin meaning ‘one warrior or battle leader’.

Elis – God

Elvis – All Wise

Emil – Industrious

Erec – Ever ruling

Eric

Eric – ever or eternal ruler.

Erick – a word which means someone who rules the people.

Ericksen – Ericksen as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Ericksen is ‘son of Eric’.

Ericson – Son of Eric, ever kingly

Ericson – Ericson as a boy’s name is pronounced AIR-ik-sun. It is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Ericson is ‘son of Eric’.

Erik

Erik – a ruler of the world.

Erikson – Son of Eric, ever kingly

Erikson – Erikson as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin meaning ‘son of Eric’.

Eriq – Ever ruling

Erland – Honorable

Erle – a leader or nobleman or warrior or prince.

Erlend – a stranger.

Errick – Ever ruling

Erth – a German word for earth.

Erwinek – friend at sea.

Eryc – Ever ruling

Esben – a divine bear.

Eskel – Divine cauldron

Eskil – Divine cauldron

Espen – Bear god

Euddogwy – a famous saint pilgrim of ancient times.

Eudeat – used to refer to a very ancient saint pilgrim.

Eudel – from the yew tree valley.

Eudelme – a grove of yew trees.

Evert – Strong as a boar

Scandinavian boy names starting with F

Fenris – Fenris as a boy’s name. Scandinavian mythology: Fenris was a giant wolf who had the power to threaten the gods.

Filip – Lover of horses

Finn – A ‘fair’ or ‘white’ person

Fisk – fisherman

Fiske – Fish

Flemming – Dutchman from Flanders

Folke – Tribe

Fredrik – Peaceful ruler.

Fredrik – Peaceful ruler

Frey – Frey as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Frey is ‘lord, exalted one’. In Norse mythology, Frey is the fertility god, and also the most handsome of all the deities.

Fridolf – Peaceful wolf

Fridtjof – The one who stoles the harmony.

Frode – Learned

Scandinavian boy names starting with G

Gala – singer

Gamble – Old

Garald – Garald as a boy’s name is of Old German and Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Garald is ‘spear ruler or army ruler’.

Garold – Garold as a boy’s name is of Old German and Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Garold is ‘spear ruler or army ruler’.

Garth

Garth – Garth as a boy’s name is pronounced garth. It is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Garth is ‘keeper of the garden’.

Georg – Farmer

Gerard – Brave with a spear

Gerhard – Brave with a spear

Gerlach – Gerlach as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Gerlach is ‘spear sport’.

Gerlaich – Gerlaich as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Gerlaich is ‘spear sport’.

Gerold – Mighty with a spear

Gerolt – Mighty with a spear

Gjorn – Gjorn as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Gjorn is ‘God of peace’.

Gjurd – Gjurd as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Gjurd is ‘God of peace’.

Gosta – Staff of the Goths

Greger – Vigilant watchman

Gregor – Vigilant watchman

Gunder – Warrior

Gunnar – Battle warrior

Gunne – Warrior

Gunner – Bold Warrior or Battle Strong

Gunther – battle-army, warrior

Guss – Guss as a boy’s name is of Latin origin meaning ‘great and magnificent’.

Gustaaf – Gustaaf as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Gustaaf is ‘royal staff or staff of the gods’.

Gustaf – Gustaf as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Gustaf is ‘royal staff or staff of the gods’.

Gustaff – Gustaff as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Gustaff is ‘royal staff or staff of the gods’.

Gustaof – Gustaof as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Gustaof is ‘royal staff or staff of the gods’.

Gustav – Staff of the Goths, a name borne by several Swedish kings

Gustav – Gustav as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Gustav is ‘royal staff or staff of the gods’.

Gustave – Gustave as a boy’s name is pronounced GOO-stahv. It is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Gustave is ‘royal staff, staff of the gods’.

Gustavo – Gustavo as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Gustavo is ‘royal staff or staff of the gods’.

Gustavus – Gustavus as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Gustavus is ‘royal staff or staff of the gods’.

Gustaw – Gustaw as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Gustaw is ‘royal staff or staff of the gods’.

Gustovo – Gustovo is a boy’s name meaning ‘royal staff’ or ‘staff of the gods’. It is related to the Scandinavian name Gustave.

Gustus – Gustus is a boy’s name meaning ‘royal staff’ or ‘staff of the gods’ that derives from the Scandinavian name Gustave.

Gusztav – Gusztav as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Gusztav is ‘royal staff or staff of the gods’.

Göran – Farmer

Gösta – Leader of the tribe

Göstaf – Leader of the tribe

Scandinavian boy names starting with H

Haaken – Haaken as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Haaken is ‘noble, of the highest race or exalted son’.

Haakin – Haakin as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Haakin is ‘noble, of the highest race or exalted son’.

Haakon – Haakon as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Haakon is ‘noble, of the highest race or exalted son’.

Hacon – Hacon as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Hacon is ‘noble, of the highest race or exalted son’.

Hadrian – dark one

Hagan – Hagan as a boy’s name is of Irish, Gaelic, Scandinavian, and Old English origin, and the meaning of Hagan is ‘youthful, noble, highest race, exalted son, or shelter’.

Hagen – High son

Hakan

Hakan – Hakan as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Hakan is ‘noble, of the highest race or exalted son’.

Hako – Hako as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Hako is ‘noble, of the highest race or exalted son’.

Hakon – Hakon as a boy’s name is pronounced HAH-ken. It is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Hakon is ‘noble, of the highest race, exalted son’.

Haldan – Haldan as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Haldan is ‘half Dane’.

Haldane – Haldane as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Haldane is ‘half Dane’.

Halden – Half Dane, When this name was coined, Danes were fierce invaders—the name may refer to a child left behind the invaders or to describe someone as formidable.

Halden – Halden as a boy’s name is pronounced HAL-den. It is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Halden is ‘half Dane’.

Haldon – Rock, stone

Haley – hero

Halfdan – Halfdan as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Halfdan is ‘half Dane’.

Halfdane – Halfdane as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Halfdane is ‘half Dane’.

Halle – Rock

Halsten – Rock, stone

Halvard – Gardian of the rock

Halvdan – Halvdan as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Halvdan is ‘half Dane’.

Han – Han as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian, German, Danish, and Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Han is ‘God is gracious’.

Hannes – Hannes as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian, German, Danish, and Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Hannes is ‘God is gracious’.

Hanns – Hanns as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian, German, Danish, and Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Hanns is ‘God is gracious’.

Hans

Hans – Hans as a boy’s name is pronounced hahns. It is of Scandinavian, German, Danish and Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Hans is ‘God is gracious’.

Hansel

Hansel – Hansel as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian, German, Danish, and Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Hansel is ‘God is gracious’.

Hansen – Hansen as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian, German, and Danish origin, and the meaning of Hansen is ‘son of Hans’.

Hanson – John”s son, also a variant of Anson

Hanson – Hanson as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian, German and Danish origin, and the meaning of Hanson is ‘son of Hans’.

Hanss – Hanss as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian, German, Danish, and Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Hanss is ‘God is gracious’.

Hanssen – Hanssen as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian, German, and Danish origin, and the meaning of Hanssen is ‘son of Hans’.

Hansson – Hansson as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian, German, and Danish origin, and the meaning of Hansson is ‘son of Hans’.

Hanzel – Hanzel as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian, German, Danish, and Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Hanzel is ‘God is gracious’.

Harald – Harald as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Harald is ‘army ruler’.

Haralds – Haralds as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Haralds is ‘army ruler’.

Harold – Harold as a boy’s name is pronounced HARE-uld. It is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Harold is ‘army ruler’.

Haroldo – Haroldo as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Haroldo is ‘army ruler’.

Harry

Harven – Derived from the Old Norse name Hrafn, meaning ‘raven’.

Havard – High guardian

Havelock – Havelock as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Havelock is ‘sea competition’.

Helge – Holy or pious

Helgi – Happy success

Helje – Happy success

Hendrick – Rules his household

Hendrik – Ruler of the enclosure

Hendrixx – Variation of Henry which means Estate ruler

Henerik – Ruler of the enclosure

Henning – Ruler of the enclosure

Henrik

Henrik – Ruler of the enclosure

Heraldo – Heraldo as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Heraldo is ‘army ruler’.

Herlad – Herlad as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Herlad is ‘army ruler’.

Herold – Herold as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Herold is ‘army ruler’.

Herrold – Herrold as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Herrold is ‘army ruler’.

Herryck – Herryck as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian and Old German origin, and the meaning of Herryck is ‘army ruler or war ruler’.

Hesketh – Horse racer

Heskie – Horse racer

Hjalmar – Warrior’s helmet

Holmes – Home by the river.

Hugo – Bright mind

Håkan – High son

Scandinavian boy names starting with I

Ifor – Ifor as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian and Old Norse origin, and the meaning of Ifor is ‘yew or bow army’.

Igor – Warrior, careful

Inar – Inar as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian and Old Norse origin meaning ‘one warrior or battle leader’.

Ingamar – Ingamar as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Ingamar is ‘son of Ing’.

Inge – He who is foremost

Ingemar – Ingemar as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Ingemar is ‘son of Ing’. Norse mythology: Ing was a powerful god of fertility and peace.

Ingemur – Ingemur as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Ingemur is ‘son of Ing’.

Ingevar – Ingevar as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Ingevar is ‘Ing’s soldier’.

Ingmar – Ingmar as a boy’s name is of Russian and Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Ingmar is ‘son of Ing’.

Ingo – Ingo as a boy’s name is of Danish and Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Ingo is ‘meadow, lord’.

Ingraham – Ingraham as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian and Old English origin, and the meaning of Ingraham is ‘raven of peace or raven of Anglia’.

Ingrahame – Ingrahame as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian and Old English origin, and the meaning of Ingrahame is ‘raven of peace or raven of Anglia’.

Ingram – Raven of peace, Ing”s raven. Ing was a mythological Scandinavian hero.

Ingram – Ingram as a boy’s name is pronounced ING-grum. It is of Scandinavian and Old English origin, and the meaning of Ingram is ‘raven of peace, raven of Anglia’.

Ingrams – Ingrams as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian and Old English origin, and the meaning of Ingrams is ‘raven of peace or raven of Anglia’.

Ingrim – Ingrim as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian and Old English origin meaning ‘raven of peace or Anglia’.

Ingvar – Ingvar as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Ingvar is ‘Ing’s soldier’.

Iomhair – Iomhair as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian/Old Norse origin meaning ‘yew, bow army’.

Iomhar – Iomhar as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian/Old Norse origin meaning ‘yew, bow army’.

Ivar – Ivar as a boy’s name is of French, Scandinavian, and Old Norse origin, and the meaning of Ivar is ‘yew or bow army’.

Iver – Iver as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin meaning ‘archer’.

Ivor – Archer

Scandinavian boy names starting with J

Jaap – Supplanter

Jakob – Supplanter.

Jakob – Holder of the heel, name from the Old Testament

Jakoby – One who will supplant

Jan – God is gracious

Jannik – God is gracious

Janse – Janse as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Janse is ‘son of Jan’.

Jansen – Jansen as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Jansen is ‘son of Jan’.

Janson – Janson as a boy’s name is pronounced JAN-sen. It is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Janson is ‘son of Jan’.

Janssen – Janssen as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Janssen is ‘son of Jan’.

Jansson – Jansson as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Jansson is ‘son of Jan’.

Jantzen – Jantzen as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin meaning ‘son of Jan’.

Janzen – Janzen as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Janzen is ‘son of Jan’.

Jarel

Jarl – Nobleman, royalty title similar to the English Earl

Jarl – Jarl as a boy’s name is pronounced jarl. It is of Scandinavian origin. Roughly equivalent to the English title of Earl.

Jens

Jens – Jens as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian and Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Jens is ‘God is gracious’.

Jensen – Son of Jens

Jensen – Actor Jensen Ackles has brought recognition to this first name since his hit TV series ‘Supernatural’ began airing in 2005. It’s been steadily ranked on the baby name charts since 2008. As a last name, Jensen tops the list as most common in Denmark, one of the Scandinavian countries where it originated centuries ago. Jensen is a sleek name that translates to “son of Jens/John” and feels very contemporary, despite its history.

Jenson

Jenson – Jenson as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian and Hebrew origin meaning ‘son of Jan or God is gracious’.

Jensson – Jensson as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian and Hebrew origin meaning ‘God is gracious’.

Jeppe – The person who illegally holds the place of another person.

Jeremias – God will uplift

Jerk – Old Norse – Ever Ruling, Island Ruler, Ever Ruler, A variant of Eric

Jerker – Old Norse – Ever Ruling, Island Ruler, Ever Ruler, A variant of Eric

Jeroen – Holy

Jesper – Treasurer

Joakim – God shall establish

Johannes – God is gracious

Jokith – Icelandic name meaning Glacier of ice

Joost – Lawful or just

Joran – Joran as a boy’s name is of American and Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Joran is ‘father or farmer’.

Jordaan – To flow down or desend

Joren – Variant of George.

Joren – Joren as a boy’s name is pronounced JOR-en. It is of Scandinavian origin.

Jorey – Jorey as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Jorey is ‘farmer’.

Jorg – Farmer

Jorgen – Jorgen as a boy’s name is of Greek and Scandinavian origin meaning ‘farmer’.

Jorian – Variant of George.

Jorian – Jorian as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Jorian is ‘farmer’.

Jorn – Variant of George.

Jorn – Jorn as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Jorn is ‘farmer’.

Joron – Joron as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin meaning ‘farmer’.

Jorry – Jorry as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Jorry is ‘farmer’.

Jory – Variant of George.

Josef

Josef – Hebrew – Yahweh will add, God Will Multiply, God will rise, A variant of Joseph

Jozua – God is salvation

Jurgen

Jurgen – Jurgen as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin.

Scandinavian boy names starting with K

Kaj – Kaj name means in Greek Earth, in Latin Rejoice

Kalle – Free man

Kare – Kare means means Enormous, Big

Karel – Freeman

Kari – Pure

Karl

Karlen – Free man

Karlin – Free man

Karlo – Free

Karlsen – Karlsen as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin meaning ‘son of Carl’.

Karlson – Karlson as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin meaning ‘son of Carl’.

Karlssen – Karlssen as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin meaning ‘son of Carl’.

Karlsson – Karlsson as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin meaning ‘son of Carl’.

Karr – Karr as a boy’s name. Variant of Carr (Scandinavian) ‘from the swampy place’.

Kasper – Kaser means A treasured secret

Kasyn – Kasyn name means He is Chaste

Kelby – from the farm by the springs

Kelsey – from the ship’s island

Kennet – Handsome

Ker – Ker as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin meaning ‘from the swampy place’.

Kerr – Kerr as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Kerr is ‘the swampy place’.

Kettil – Cauldron

Kharlton – Settlement

Khristopher – Khristopher is a variant of the Scandinavian or Greek name Kristopher. It is a boy’s name meaning ‘bearing Christ.’

Khristos – Khristos means Christ

Kirby – This quaint name carries meanings including a church village and a cottage by the water. It also means brilliant.

Kirk – .

Kirk – from the church

Klaas – Victory of the people

Klaes – Victory of the people

Klasse – Victory of the people

Klaus – Klaus means The People’s VIctory

Klemens – Merciful

Knud – Knot

Knut – Knot

Knut – Knut as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin meaning ‘knot’.

Knute – Knute as a boy’s name is pronounced k’NOOT, noot. It is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Knute is ‘knot’.

Koen – Wise counsel or honest advisor

Koenraad – Wise counsel or honest advisor

Konstantin – Resolute

Konstanz – Resolute

Kort – Wise counsel

Krist – Krist as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian and Latin origin, and the meaning of Krist is ‘follower of Christ’.

Kristen – Follower of Christ

Krister – Christian

Kristian – Kristian means Christian

Kristof

Kristof – Kristof as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian and Greek origin, and the meaning of Kristof is ‘bearing Christ’.

Kristofer – Form of Christopher.

Kristofer – Kristofer is a boy’s name meaning ‘bearing Christ’ that derives from the Greek name Christopher and the Scandinavian name Kristopher.

Kristoff

Kristoff – Kristoff as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian and Greek origin, and the meaning of Kristoff is ‘bearing Christ’.

Kristoffer – Kristoffer is a boy’s name meaning ‘bearing Christ’ that derives from the Greek name Christopher and the Scandinavian name Kristopher.

Kristofor – Kristofor is a boy’s name meaning ‘bearing Christ’ that derives from the Greek name Christopher and the Scandinavian name Kristopher.

Kristopher

Kristopher – Kristopher as a boy’s name is pronounced KRIS-ta-fer. It is of Scandinavian and Greek origin, and the meaning of Kristopher is ‘bearing Christ’.

Kristophor – Kristophor as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian and Greek origin, and the meaning of Kristophor is ‘bearing Christ’.

Kristyan – He who is of Christian religion

Krystof – Krystof as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian and Greek origin, and the meaning of Krystof is ‘bearing Christ’.

Krystopher – Krystopher as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian and Greek origin, and the meaning of Krystopher is ‘bearing Christ’.

Krzysztof – Krzysztof is a boy’s name meaning ‘bearing Christ’ that derives from the Greek name Christopher and the Scandinavian name Kristopher.

Scandinavian boy names starting with L

Lambart – Lambart as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Lambart is ‘land brilliant’.

Lambert – Lambert as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Lambert is ‘land brilliant’.

Lamberto – Lamberto as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Lamberto is ‘land brilliant’.

Lambirt – Lambirt as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Lambirt is ‘land brilliant’.

Lamont – Man of law, a clan name

Lamont – lawyer

Landbert – Landbert as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Landbert is ‘land brilliant’.

Lang – tall man

Laris – To be crowned with laurel

Lars – Victorious

Lars – Lars as a boy’s name is pronounced larz. It is of Scandinavian origin.

Larse – Crowned with laurels

Larsen – One who achived a great Victory

Larson – Larson as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian and Roman origin, and the meaning of Larson is ‘son of Lars or crowned with laurel’.

Larsson – Larsson as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Larsson is ‘from Laurentum’.

Larz – Of Laurentius

Larzon – Son of Lars

Lasse – From Laurentum

Lassen – A Son of Lars. A son of a honorable and famous one

Latham – Dwells by the barn

Latham – Latham as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Latham is ‘the barn’.

Lathom – Lathom as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Lathom is ‘the barn’.

Laurens – Crowned with laurels

Laurits – From Laurentum

Lavrans – From Laurentum

Leif – Son, descendant, According to Norse legend, Viking Leif Ericson landed his longboat on North American shores some 500 years before Columbus arrived in the Caribbean.

Leif – Leif as a boy’s name is pronounced life, layf, leef. It is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Leif is ‘heir, loved’.

Lennart – Brave as a lion

Leonhard – Brave as a lion

Lief – Lief as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin meaning ‘heir or loved’.

Lodur – Lodur as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin. Mythology: Lodur was one of Odin’s brothers.

Loke – He who breaks/destroys

Lorens – Crowned with laurels

Love – Famous warrior

Ludovic – Famous warrior

Ludvigs – Fame or war.

Lullede – Legendary warrior

Lunt – form the grove

Scandinavian boy names starting with M

Maarten – War like

Magni – Mighty

Magnus

Magnus – Great

Makaiden – One who is known as a famous warrior

Malte – Helmet rule

Markus – Of Mars, the god of war.

Marten – Warrior of Mars.

Marten – A soldier of the God of War

Matheo – This is a version of the name ‘Matthew,’ which means gift of God.

Matheu – Gift of God

Mathias – Gift of God.

Mathias – Gift of God

Matteus – Gift from God

Maurids – Moorish

Maurits – Moorish

Melton – City in the mid of villages, urban in the central of parishes.

Michiel – Who is like God

Mikael

Mikael – Who is like God

Mikel – Who is like God

Mikkel – Who is like God

Mimir – The wise person, one who remembers easily

Mogens – Great

Morten – War like

Scandinavian boy names starting with N

Nanne – Mercy or caring or passionate.

Nansen – The son of Nan (grace)

Natanael – Gift from God

Neilson – Victorious, conquerer of the people and a variant of Nicholas

Nels – Nels as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin.

Nicklas – Victory of the people

Nicolaus – Victory of the people

Niels – Victory of the people

Nigel

Niklaas – Victory of the people

Niklas – Victory of the people

Niles – Son of Neil

Nils – Victory of the people

Nilsen – Victorious, conquerer of the people. Variant of Nicholas.

Nilsson – Son of Nell or son of Neil.

Nisse – Victory of the people

Njal – Champion From the Irish and Scottish Niall.

Njord – Njord as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Njord is ‘north’. Norse mythology: the god of sea, patron of fishermen and seafarers.

Scandinavian boy names starting with O

Odin – head god in Norse mythology

Odo – Odo as a boy’s name. Variant of Otto (Old German) ‘wealth’.

Ola – Descendant of the ancestors

Olaf – Ancestral heritage, In use since the Viking age, this name was borne by several Norwegian kings, including Saint Olaf, the patron saint of Norway.

Olaf – Ancestor (Dan)

Olav – Descendent of the ancestors

Ole – Descendent of the ancestors

Olev – Ancestor

Olin – This name either means a holly plant or is a variation of the name ‘Olaf,’ which means ancestor, depending on which linguistic origin you use.

Olof – Descendant of the ancestors

Olov – The fruitlets of olive tree.

Olsen – The born son of Olaf.

Olson – The born son to Ole.

Oluf – Descendent of the ancestors

Olva – Down hill of the families.

Osburne – The period of heartiest prosperity or productivity.

Osca – heavenly combatant who always battle for God’s sake.

Oscar

Oscar – Noorali the brightness of Ali, the nimble of Ali.

Oskar – Form of OSCAR. Divine Strength

Osman – Osman as a boy’s name is pronounced OZ-man. It is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Osman is ‘God’s protection’.

Osment – Osment as a boy’s name is related to the Scandinavian name Osman. The meaning of Osment is ‘God’s protection’.

Osmin – Osmin as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Osmin is ‘God’s protection’.

Osmond

Osmond – Osmond as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Osmond is ‘God’s protection’.

Osmonde – Osmonde as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Osmonde is ‘God’s protection’.

Osmont – Osmont as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Osmont is ‘God’s protection’.

Osmund – Osmund as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Osmund is ‘God’s protection’.

Osmunde – Osmunde as a boy’s name is related to the Scandinavian name Osman. The meaning of Osmunde is ‘God’s protection’.

Osvald – Divine ruler

Oswaldo – Divine ruler

Oswin – Name given to a God’s friend

Oswine – A God’s best friend

Oswinn – Name given to the friend of God

Oswy – A God’s friend, optimistic and caring

Scandinavian boy names starting with P

Pal

Pal – Small

Paley – One with the pale eyes

Pavel – Small

Peder – Rock

Peer – Another name of Peter, a rock

Per – The person who is like a rock or stone

Petter – Rock

Pieter – Rock

Poul – Small

Scandinavian boy names starting with Q

Quinby – from the queen’s estate

Quirinus – Swedish name meaning spear

Scandinavian boy names starting with R

Rafe – Rafe as a boy’s name is pronounced rayf. It is of Scandinavian origin. A short form of Rafer or Raphael.

Ragnar – Powerful army

Ranell – Strong counselor. From the ancient personal name Ragnar.

Raul – The councel of the wolves

Raulin – A little wise wolf, mostly used as a surnme

Raum – A big person

Raynor – mighty army

Rikard – Rich and powerful ruler

Roald – Famous ruler

Roar – Famous king

Rodolf – Famous wolf

Rolf – Wolf counsel

Rolf – Rolf as a boy’s name. Variant of Rudolph (Old German) ‘famous wolf’.

Ronald

Ronell – Rules with counsel. Form of Ronald from Reynold.

Ronnell – Rules with counsel. Form of Ronald from Reynold.

Ronnie – Powerful ruler

Ronnie – Form of VERONICA. true image

Ronny

Rorik – Red.

Rorik – A man who is red

Rorric – Red.

Rosco – A heathland of the deer

Roscoe – Land or forest of the roe deer

Roscoe – from the deer forest

Roth – Red haired

Royd – From the forest clearing

Ruben

Rudolf

Rune – Secret lore

Rutger – Famous spearman

Ryden – Horseman, rider.

Ryden – This boy’s baby name brings to mind a rider or a horseman.

Scandinavian boy names starting with S

Shelby

Sigered – He who gives a counsel that brings victory

Sigmund – Victorious protector

Signe – Signe as a girl’s name (also used as a boy’s name) is a variant of the Scandinavian name Signa.

Signy – Signy as a girl’s name (also used as a boy’s name) is a variant of the Scandinavian name Signa.

Sigurd – A victorious protectror

Sixten – Victory stone

Sjurd – Guard of victory

Skip – Form of SKIPPER. Shipmaster

Skipper – Shipmaster

Soeren – One who is a good, stern warrior

Somerled – One who goes traveling in the summer

Soren

Soren – Thunder

Staaf – Staf of the Goths

Staffan – Staffan as a boy’s name is related to the German and Scandinavian name Stefan and the Greek name Stephen. The meaning of Staffan is ‘crown’.

Steen – Stone

Stefan – Crown, wreath. Variant of Stephen.

Stefan – Stefan as a boy’s name is pronounced stef-FAHN. It is of German and Scandinavian origin.

Stefanos – Stefanos as a boy’s name is related to the German and Scandinavian name Stefan and the Greek name Stephanus. The meaning of Stefanos is ‘garland’.

Steffan – Steffan as a boy’s name is related to the German and Scandinavian name Stefan and the Greek name Stephen. The meaning of Steffan is ‘crown’.

Steffen – Steffen as a boy’s name is related to the German and Scandinavian name Stefan and the Greek name Stephen. The meaning of Steffen is ‘crown’.

Steffon – Steffon as a boy’s name is related to the German and Scandinavian name Stefan and the Greek name Stephen. The meaning of Steffon is ‘crown’.

Stefonn – Stefonn as a boy’s name is related to the German and Scandinavian name Stefan.

Stein – Stone

Steinar – Stone warrior

Sten – Stone

Stephonn – Stephonn as a boy’s name is related to the German and Scandinavian name Stefan.

Stian – Wanderer

Stig – Wanderer

Stofn – To be crowned

Sture – Derived from Old Norse stura ‘to be contrary’. This was the name of three viceroys of Sweden

Sutherland – from the Southern land

Svante – Sacred

Svein – One who is young in age and spirit

Sveinn – Youth

Sven – Youth

Sven – Youth

Svend – Youth

Svenn – Boy

Swaine – A Boyish person, young in spirit

Swen – Boy

Swenson – Son of Sven

Syver – One who defeted others, one who is a victor

Scandinavian boy names starting with T

Tage – From the medieval Danish byname Taki, derived from Old Norse taka meaning ‘to take, to capture’

Tait – Mirth

Tait – Cheerful

Taki – Old Danish form of TAGE

Tassilo – A fearless protector

Tate

Tem – A famous man

Terje – Thor’s spear

Thor – Thunder

Thoralf – A thunder

Thorben – Thor’s bear

Thorin – The Scandanivian legend of Thor, the god of thunder, is the root of this name.

Thorvald – Thor rules

Thorwald – Thor rules

Thurman – Servant of Thor

Thurston – Thor’s stone

Tomas – Twin

Tor – Thunder

Toralf – Supernatural powers of the thunder God

Torben – Thor’s bear

Tord – The Thunder God

Torgeir – Thor’s spear

Torger – Thor’s spear

Torkel – Thor’s cauldron

Torold – The rule of thunder God

Torsten – The stone of the thunder God

Toyah – A toy, a baby girl as a toy to keep house-members busy

Trallonus – The male servant or surfer

Tripp – Abbreviation of names with the -trina ending

Trond – From Norway

Truls – Resembles as the arrow of Thor.

Ture – Variant of Tore (God of thunder)

Tyrell – Warrior, Tyr was a daring and brave god of war in Norse mythology.

Tyrell – Tyrell as a boy’s name is pronounced tye-REL, TER-el. Possibly (Old French) ‘puller’, and started as a nickname for a stubborn person, implying a comparison with a horse that uncooperatively pulls on the reins.

Tyrelle – Warrior, feminine form of Tyr (Thor), a daring and brave god of Norse mythology

Scandinavian boy names starting with U

Ulf – Wolf

Ulfred – Wealthy

Ulrik – Noble ruler

Urban – City dweller or from the city

Usbeorn

Scandinavian boy names starting with V

Valdermar – Famous ruler

Valentin – Healthy or strong

Valter – Ruler of an army

Vidar – Warrior from the forest

Viktor – Conqueror

Vilhelm – Resolute protector

Von – Hope

Scandinavian boy names starting with W

Waddell – Waddell as a boy’s name is related to the Old English and Scandinavian name Wade. The meaning of Waddell is ‘able to go’.

Wade – Wade as a boy’s name is pronounced wayde. It is of Old English and Scandinavian origin, and the meaning of Wade is ‘able to go, river ford’.

Wadell – Wadell as a boy’s name is of Old English and Scandinavian origin meaning ‘able to go or river ford’.

Waldemar – Famous ruler

Wayde – Wayde as a boy’s name is related to the Old English and Scandinavian name Wade. The meaning of Wayde is ‘able to go’.

Waydell – Waydell as a boy’s name is related to the Old English and Scandinavian name Wade. The meaning of Waydell is ‘able to go’.

Wayne – Medieval given name from Scandinavian mythology. Also English surname referring to a water crossing.

Wealaworth

Werner – Armed defender or defending army

Whitby – Farm with White Walls

Whitlaw – From the white dwelling

Willem – Resolute protector

Scandinavian boy names starting with Y

Yngraham – Yngraham as a boy’s name is of Scandinavian and Old English origin, and the meaning of Yngraham is ‘raven of peace or raven of Anglia’.

Yorick – Form of GEORGE

Yvor – Yvor as a boy’s name is related to the Scandinavian and Old Norse name Ivor. The meaning of Yvor is ‘bow army’.