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Norse names


Aegir

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Boat names, Norse names, Sailboat names

Aegir is a Norse sailboat name.

King of the seas in Norse mythology.

Categorized into: Mythologic names.

 

Alvis

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Baby names, Boy names, Norse names

Alvis is a Norse boy name. Meaning “all wise”.

In Norse mythology he was a dwarf who was to marry Thor‘s daughter.

Categorized into: Mythologic names.

Aslaug

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Baby names, Girl names, Norse names

Aslaug is a Norse girl name.

Derived from the Old Norse terms “áss” (God) and “laug” (betrothed woman).

Barden

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Boat names, Norse names, Viking boat names

Barden is a Norse Viking boat name. Meaning “bear”.

Name of the ship of Earl Eirik.

Categorized into: animal names.

Björn

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Baby names, Boy names, Norse names

Björn is a Norse boy name. Meaning “bear”.

Categorized into: animal names.

 

Brandr

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Baby names, Boy names, Norse names

Brandr is a Norse boy name. Meaning “sword or fire” in Old Norse.

Drakkar

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Boat names, Norse names, Viking boat names

Drakkar is a Norse Viking boat name. Meaning “dragon”.

Derived from an old Icelandic term used to designate dragons.

Name of a type of boat used by the Scandinavians, Saxons and Vikings in their war incursions. They received the name of “Drakkar” because they usually carried the head of a dragon carved in the bow.

Endor

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Baby names, Boy names, Norse names

Endor is a Norse boy name.

Norse form of the Icelandic name Einþór which is composed by the terms “einn” (one, alone) and “þórr” (thunder).

Fram

Categorized into:
Boat names, Norse names, Vessel names

Fram is a Norse vessel name. meaning “ahead”.

Robust wooden boat used by Roald Amundsen and other explorers (Fridtjof Nansen, Otto Sverdrup and Oscar Wisting) in their Arctic and Antarctic explorations.

Freya

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Baby names, Girl names, Norse names

Freya is a Norse girl name. Meaning “lady”.

She was the Goddess of love, beauty, war and death in Norse mythology.

Categorized into: Mythologic names.