Norse Baby Names & Norse Names


Norse, sometimes referred to as “Old Norse,” is a North Germanic language spoken in Scandinavia by the indigenous peoples and inhabitants during the Viking Age, from around 700 to 1300 AD. Today Old Norse has developed into the modern North Germanic languages (Icelandic, Faroese, Norwegian, Danish and Swedish), and although distinct languages there is still considerable mutual intelligibility. In choosing a Norse baby name consider Viking influence on the language in terms of history and culture. The Norse languages have a bold, rich sound and age-old meanings. Baby Name World has a full list of Nordic languages, baby names and name meanings for you to choose from.
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A divine cauldron.
Boy
Norse
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Norse Boy baby name meaning "A divine cauldron."

Divine sport.
Boy
Norse
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Norse Boy baby name meaning "Divine sport."

Super strength, Divine strength
Girl
Greek
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Greek Girl baby name meaning "Super strength, Divine strength"

Super strength, Divine strength
Girl
Hebrew, Biblical
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Hebrew, Biblical Girl baby name meaning "Super strength, Divine strength"

Super strength, Divine strength
Girl
Greek
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Greek Girl baby name meaning "Super strength, Divine strength"

Super strength, Divine strength
Girl
Greek, Old Norse
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Greek, Old Norse Girl baby name meaning "Super strength, Divine strength"

Super strength, Divine strength
Girl
Greek
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Greek Girl baby name meaning "Super strength, Divine strength"

Valley
Boy
Norse
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Norse Boy baby name meaning "Valley"

Valley
Boy
Norse
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Norse Boy baby name meaning "Valley"

Valley
Both
Old Norse, English
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Old Norse, English Both baby name meaning "Valley"

Valley
Both
Old Norse, English
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Old Norse, English Both baby name meaning "Valley"

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