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Norse Names for Boys

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  • Eric

    Eric is derived from the Old Norse name Eiríkr, from the components ei, meaning “ever,” and ríkr, “rule.” It was adopted by English speakers in the mid-nineteenth century, who... Read More 

  • Odin

    Odin is the name of the supreme Norse god of art, culture, wisdom and law -- who was handsome, charming and eloquent into the bargain. The name projects a good measure of strength and power and... Read More 

  • Ronald

    To many people, Ronald is off playing shuffleboard with Donald, though others aren't swayed by its old man image. In the Top 10 in the late 1930s through the mid-1940s, the name later came to be... Read More 

  • Tate

    A strong single-syllable surname with a joyful meaning, Tate is finding a place on more and more birth certificates.

    Former Spice Girl Emma Bunton named her second son Tate Lee. ... Read More 

  • Dustin

    Dustin's popularity in recent years has probably had more due to its similarity to Justin than to idolization of Dustin Hoffman -- himself named after silent screen cowboy star Dustin Farnum --... Read More 

  • Bo

    A popular name in Denmark, in this country Bo has some cowboy swagger and a lot of substance in its minimal two letters.Read More 

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