Top Danish Names for Boys
Origin:Spelling variation of Jenson and Danish surname
Meaning:"son of Jens"
Description:A variation of Jenson, which is actually more popular than the original in the United States. This spelling also holds the distinction of being the most common surname in Denmark.
Origin:Latinized form of Hugh
Description:Hugo, the Latin form of Hugh, has more heft and energy than the original -- and of course we love names that end (or begin, for that matter) with an o. This one is especially appealing because it's backed up by lots of solid history and European style.
Origin:Danish and Norwegian variation of Severus
Description:This gentle Scandinavian name, soft and sensitive, is being discovered in a major way by parents in the US. It's most closely identified with the nineteenth century philosopher Soren Kierkegaard, but there have been modern fictional Sorens as well, in The Matrix Reloaded and the book series Guardians of Ga'Hook, Charlie and Lola, and Underworld.
Origin:Spelling variation of Derek
Meaning:"the people's ruler"
Description:Variation of Derek.
Origin:Danish and Greek variation of Christian
Description:Variation of Christian.