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Swedish Names

Browse our list of Swedish baby names to find the perfect one for your baby girl or boy. Popular names include Lucas, Erik, Anna, Elias, and Elsa. You might recognize the name Annika from Astrid Lindgren’s Pippi Longstocking. It’s the most recognizable Swedish name we can remember from children’s literature.

Per

Swedish: Rock

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Torn

Swedish: Thor''s kettle

Teutonic: From Thor''s cauldron

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Gus

Nickname for Augustus. Read More

Gunner

Swedish: Battle strong

Teutonic: Bold warrior

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Maja

Swedish: Pearl

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Monika

German Origin

Swedish: Advisor

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Tianna

Swedish: Victor

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Klas

Swedish: Victorious; a short form of Nicholas and Nikolaus

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Hampus

Swedish: God has been gracious; variant of Hans, a Scandinavian form of John

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Gustava

Spanish Origin

Swedish: Staff of the Goths; feminine form of Gustav

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Staffan

Swedish: Swedish form of Stephen crowned with laurels

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Maklolm

Swedish: Swedish form of Makolm serves Saint Columba

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Adolph

German: Noble wolf

Latin Origin

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Adrian

A variation of the Latin name Adrienne, Adrian has more commonly been used as a boys name, but is still used as a girl name... Read More

Agata

Czech Origin

Greek: Good, kind

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Agneta

Danish: Pure

Greek: Pure

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Aina

Celtic: Joy

Finnish: Forever

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Ake

Norse: Ancestors

Swedish: Ancient

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Albert

English Origin

German: Noble, bright; Prince Albert was Queen Victoria''s consort noted for enthusiastic support of the application of science to...

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Albin

English Origin

Latin: White; related to Alba, a place

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Alexander

The moniker Alexander is name to a host of prolific men from Alexander the Great to two kings of Scotland, three emperors... Read More

Alexandra

Alexandra has remianed a popular name for girls, and it's easy to see why. Chic yet strong sounding, it lends itself to several... Read More

Alfonso

This name is fit for royalty! Alfonso was used by kings of both Spain and Portugal-- 26 to be exact! -- for centuries and... Read More

Alfred

English Origin

Swedish Origin

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Alma

Celtic: Good

Irish: Good

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Alrik

German: Noble leader

Swedish: All ruler

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Ame

German: Eagle

Scandinavian: The eagle rules.

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Andenon

Swedish: Son of Ander

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Andreas

Punch up the dated Andrew with it's more exotic, European variation: Andreas. This name is still pretty popular across Europe... Read More

Anna

Anna has emerged as the Golden Girl of the "Ann" family. While the more old-fashioned Anne, Ann, and Annie have slipped in... Read More