Vikings, dragons, and Norse gods, oh my! Scandinavia is the geographic region that includes Denmark, Norway and Sweden, so be sure to take a look at those names as well for a full list of Scandinavian baby names.
Scandinavian: Thor''s stone, thunder; surname adapted to first name use
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Scandinavian: Manly, brave; variant of Andrew
Scottish: Manly, brave; variant of Andrew
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Scandinavian: Beautiful; feminine version of the Norse fertility god Ing''s name
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Scandinavian: Pure; abbreviation of Katherine
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Scandinavian: Gift of God.
Welsh: Gift of God.
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Scandinavian: Warrior; Tyr was a daring and brave god of war in Norse mythology.
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Scandinavian: Lime tree or small mountain flower
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Scandinavian: Son, descendant; According to Norse legend, Viking Leif Ericson landed his longboat on North American shores some 500 years...
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Scandinavian: Staff of the Goths; a name borne by several Swedish kings
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Scandinavian: Form of Christopher.
Swedish: Swedish form of Christopher Christ bearer
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Besides the oh-so-great meaning of "Ing's abundance," Inca also refers to Quechuan people living in the Cuzco valley in... Read more about Inca
Scandinavian: Victorious; conquerer of the people and a variant of Nicholas
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Scandinavian: Black or white; dark-haired, can also mean the reverse: fair, pale
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Scandinavian: One who is foremost; an independent name and a short form of several Scandinavian and German names having Ing as their first...
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Scandinavian: Victorious; conquerer of the people. Variant of Nicholas.
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Scandinavian: Womanly, from the woman''s estate
Swedish: Womanly, from the woman''s estate
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Scandinavian: Ing''s protection, fortress of Ing; refers to the Norse god of fertility and agriculture
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Scandinavian: Warrior; feminine form of Tyr (Thor), a daring and brave god of Norse mythology
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Scandinavian: The eagle rules.
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