Nowegian boy Names

This is a collection of male boy baby names from Scandinavia along with their meanings. Scandinavia of course isn't a country in itself. It refers to the region which comprises Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden.

Norse Boy names

The names have spread through either emigration or indeed the warlike Norsemen who conquered (or at least had raiding parties) and settled in various parts of Northern Europe. For ease I have identified each name whether they are a Swedish (Sweden) boys name, Finnish (Finland) boys name or Danish (Denmark) boys name. Those which are not identified are commonly used in the whole of the region.

History of Norse names

The popularity of television series such as Game of Thrones and Vikings (HBO) have given some of these previously unique norse names a new lease of life. Even though they are more popular, they are still a unique and quirky name for anyone outside that geographic area.

 
  Kolbjorn  
  Swedish boys name which means (meaning) black bear  
  Kolinkar  
  Danish boys name which means (meaning) born to the conquerors  
  Kollsvein  
  Norse boys name meaning "Young"  
  Konstantin  
  Swedish boys name which means (meaning) firm  
  Kort  
  Norse boys name meaning "Short"  
  Krist  
  Swedish boys name which means (meaning) christian. Sometimes regarded as a shortened version of Kristar or Kristian  
  Kylan  
  Norse boys name meaning "Son of Kara"  
  Lagmann  
  Norse boys name meaning "Lawyer"  
  Lambi  
  Norse boys name meaning "Son of Thorbjorn the feeble"  
  Lamond  
  Norse boys name meaning "Lawyer"  
  Lamont  
  Norse boys name meaning "Lawyer"  
 
 
  Lang  
  Norse boys name meaning "Tall"  
  Lang  
  Swedish boys name which means (meaning) tall  
  Larry  
  Swedish boys name which means (meaning) laurel (the plant)  
  Lars  
  Swedish boys name which means (meaning) laurel (the plant)  
  Leidolf  
  Norse boys name meaning "wolf decendant"  
  Leif  
  Norse boys name meaning "decendant"  
  Leif  
  Swedish boys name whose meaning is slightly different from the common Norse name. This time meaning dearly loved  
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