Norse NamesTotal Names: 488
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A?ssur

One who answers. ... Read More

Male

Aaid

Ancestors.. ... Read More

Male

Aase

The name Aase is of Norse origin. The meaning of Aase is "tree covered mountain". Aase is generally used as a ... Read More

Female

Aazaad

Tree covered mountain.. ... Read More

Female

Adalstienn

Noble stone. ... Read More

Male

Adalward

The noble guardian. ... Read More

Male

Aegelmaer

A little spruce tree, daughter of grass snake ... Read More

Female

Aeldiet

One who is of fire ... Read More

Male

Aeldit

Who belongs to he fire ... Read More

Male

Aelffled

One who escaped from mystical powers ... Read More

Female

Aelffrith

Peace or protection from elf powers ... Read More

Male

Aelfgar

A spear of the supernatural power ... Read More

Male

Aelfgeat

A nymph from Gotland or Gothia ... Read More

Female

Aelfgiest

A goat with mystical powers ... Read More

Female

Aelfgiuee

A guide of mystical powers ... Read More

Female

Aelfgiva

A mountain or hill of fairies ... Read More

Female

Aelfgyd

A war of mystical powers ... Read More

Female

Aelfgyth

A body with supernatural powers ... Read More

Female

Aelfheah

The high mystical powers ... Read More

Female

Aelfhelm

A mystical power from the shelter of animals ... Read More

Female

Aelfhun

A mystical favour from God ... Read More

Male Female

Aelflead

A mystical leader ... Read More

Male

Aelfled

led by the mystical powers ... Read More

Male

Aelfleda

One who is led by the supernatural powers ... Read More

Female

Aelfmaer

A little mystical nymph ... Read More

Female

Aelfnoth

A mystical distress or need ... Read More

Female

Aelfsi

One who is like an elf, or like nymph ... Read More

Female

Ahktock

Daughter of Hrolf Helgason.. ... Read More

Female

Aiert

Of the gods.. ... Read More

Male

Ajalon

Ancestors.. ... Read More

Male

Alfhildr

The name Alfhildr is of Norse origin. The meaning of Alfhildr is "elf battle". Alfhildr is generally used as a ... Read More

Female

Alfild

Old Norse - Elf; Supernatural Being; Battle; Magical Counsel ... Read More

Female

Alfina

Old Norse - Elf; Supernatural Being; Battle; Magical Counsel ... Read More

Female

Alfsigesey

The name Alfsigesey is of Norse origin. The meaning of Alfsigesey is "elf victory island". Alfsigesey is gener ... Read More

Female

Alfsigr

The name Alfsigr is of Norse origin. The meaning of Alfsigr is "elf victory". Alfsigr is generally used as a g ... Read More

Female

Alikkees

Ancestors.. ... Read More

Male

Alrekr

The name Alrekr is of Norse origin. The meaning of Alrekr is "rules all". Alrekr is generally used as a boy's ... Read More

Male

Amuruza

Son of Hlif.. ... Read More

Male

Anaharath

Of the sun.. ... Read More

Male
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Norse Names

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People give certain names to their children for various reasons – to honor someone, like a favored relative or famous person (like your uncle Michael, or John F. Kennedy); because the name itself translates to something special (like my name, Timothy, translates to “serving God”), to provide a sense of uniqueness in the world (like the name of someone I knew in college gave to her daughter – Tanji), or to be frivolous (as in the case of parents who might name their child “Lucifer” or “Messiah” or “23”). In some cultures which use descriptive phrases or nouns for names, as in some Native American tribes, it is seen as bestowing the gifts or talents described in the phrase, such as Running Rabbit or Flying Arrow.

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