Norwegian Baby Names

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Norwegian Baby Girl NamesNorwegian Baby Boy Names
AgnesIdaAleksanderJakob
AgneteIngaAlexanderJan
AlfhildIngeborgAlfJens
AmalieIngerAlfredJoachim
AndreaIngriAndersJoakim
AnetteIngridAndersJohan
AnnaIngvilAndreasJokkum
AnneIngvildAntonJon
AstraIngvillArneJonas
AstriJanneArturJørgen
AstridJennyArvidJulius
AudJensinaAsbjørnKåre
BeateJohannaAtleKarl
BenteJorunBalderKjell
BergittaJosefinaBaldurKnut
BeritJulieBenjaminknute
BorghildKaiaBjørnKristian
CamillaKamillaBooneKristoffer
CarolineKarenBorgLars
CathrineKariBranderLeif
CatrineKarolinaBurnabyLudvik
ChristineKarolineBurrMads
DagmarKatrineBusbyMagnus
DanicaKirstenCadbyMarcus
DisaKristiannaCanuteMarius
DorteKristinCarrMartin
EirKristinaCawleyMartinus
ElisaKristineChristianMathias
EliseLeneChristofferMatias
EllenLisbetColbyMats
ElsaMalenaDagMikkel
EmilieMalinDanbyMons
EmmaMarenDellingNikolai
FreyaMargitDanielNils
FridaMargreteDidrikOlaf
GerdMariEdvardOlan
GjertrudMariaEinarOle
GudrunMarieEirikPål
GunnhildMaritElvisPaul
HaldisMartaEmilPeder
HannaMarteEricPer
HannahMartheErikPetter
HanneMarthineErlendReidar
HeddaMartineErlingRolf
HegeMaryEspenSander
HeidiMatildaEvenSebastian
HeleneNikolinaFredrikSigurd
HenrietteNinaFrodeSimen
HildaNoraGunnarSindre
HildeOdaHaakonStian
HjørdisOlavaHaavardSvein
OlinaHåkonSvend
PernillaHansSverre
PetraHaraldThomas
HåvardThor
HenningTobias
HenrikTomas
IvarTor
Vegar
Vegard

Norway has an official government list of acceptable names. their strict name law dates back to the 1800’s and is intended to protect children from any Norwegian names that sound or look strange.
The Norwegian origins of this these names include place names, those related to mythology and history, origins from colors, plants and other types of nature. Also, fictional origins, historical origins, characteristic and religious origins.