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Nordic names dominate Viking and Scandinavian history and seem to us to run the gamut from tough and strong, like Bjami, to lovely and delicate, like Dahlia. Browse BabyZone’s full list of Norse baby names and meanings to see if you agree.
Norse: Father of Idunn
Eric is a mighty name. According to Norse legend, the Viking Leif Ericson (son of the super-manly Eric the Red) landed on... Read More
Norse: Eternal ruler, forever strong; feminine form of Eric. The spelling variation Erika is popular in numerous European countries...
Scandinavian: Noble, forever strong; feminine form of Eric
It might be a flower name, but Dahlia is anything but flowery. Pronounced DA-lee-a or DAL-yah, this vintage name reminds... Read More
Norse: Son of Njal
Norse: Legend, myth
Norse: God of destruction
Norse: Spear of Thor
Norse: Army commander; Harald has been popular since the Vikings and was borne by several kings of Norway
Norse: Daughter of Thorbrand
Norse: A chief deity of Norse mythology, Odin is the god of war and death, poetry and culture.
Norse: A noble woman; Freya was the Norse goddess of love and fertility for whom Friday is named, said to be the most beautiful...
Norse: Lovely voice, singer
Norse: From Denmark
Norse: Gust of wind or curly-haired
Norse: From the rough hill
Norse: Lovely goddess
Norse: Bear of Thor
Norse: Great; feminine form of Magnus
Norse: Daughter of the Russian king Boleslaw
Norse: Life; also a familiar form for names like Olivia or Livana
Norse: Day; in Norse mythology, the son of Nott and Dellingr
Norse: Compound of the old Norse words for house and strength
Norse: A mythical dwarf
Norse: Famous Ing or famous son; refers to Ing, another name for Frey, the handsome Norse fertility god
Norse: The final battle of the gods in Norse mythology, the end of the world, the beginning of a new one
Norse: In Norse mythology, Jormungand was one of the three children of the god Loki and his wife, the giantess Angrboda. He was...
Norse: In Norse legends, Hagan was the manipulative villain who killed Siegfried
Norse: Garden; from a surname, indicating someone who lived near or worked in a garden