Danish baby names (which include Norse/Scandinavian names) come in and out of style, but some have popular for generations—like Karen or Eva for girls and Cristofer or Erik for boys.
Danish: Pure, innocent
While it's just one letter away from the oh-so-popular Ava, Eva somehow missed the train to baby name superstardom. But that's... Read More
Danish: Beautiful goddess
Norse: Divine strength; Popular since the Viking age, this name was borne by Astrid Lindgren, Swedish author of Pippi Longstocking...
Danish: Strict; possibly a variant of Severin, Soren is the Danish form of Thor
Scandinavian: Nickname and abbreviation for Bogart and Beau
Latin: Great; the name of several kings of Norway and Sweden
African: Eagle (Nigerian)
Danish: Danish form of Arnold
German: Power of an eagle
German: Father of peace; variant of Absalom
Danish: Glorious raven; The raven was consecrated to the Norse war god Odin and was the emblem of the Danish royal standard.
English: Glorious raven.
Danish: Son of the Christian
Latin: Clemency, mercy
German: Glorious day
English: From Denmark; variant of Daniel or Donna
Meaning "gift of God" (as does its reverse form Theodora), Dorothea was the middle name of several early British royals. Read More
German: German form of Frank
German: Divine knowledge