Boy Names of Viking theme

Viking names for baby boys, with 11 entries. Viking names are somewhat popular baby names for boys. At the height of their usage in 1973, 2.351% of baby boys were given Viking names. There were 5 Viking names ranked within the top 1000 baby names then. Viking names have since experienced a steep decline in frequency, and are of only occasional use now. In 2018, 1 Viking name listed among the top 1000, with a usage of 0.084%.


to help ... used predominantly in the German and ... The name was first adopted in the Viking period ...
strength, power, force ... used predominantly in the English, ... name was widely used in Ireland because of ...
dark stranger, son of the dark stranger ... of Celtic and Scottish Gaelic origin ... variant of Macdougal ...
wealthy guard, protector of wealth ... largely used in the English, German, ... ranked at #130 then ...
son of the dark stranger ... language of origin is Scottish Gaelic and it is ...
Northman, Norseman, Norman, Viking, ... largely used in the English, German, ... M ... variant of Tormod ...
Northman, Norseman, Norman, Viking, ... primarily used in English and it is of ... ranked at #331 then ...
family descendant ... used chiefly in the Dutch, English, ... derived from Old Norse origins ...
famously powerful ... used predominantly in the English and ... name was introduced to England by Vikings in ...
famous wolf, famous landowner, wise and strong ... used chiefly in English and it is ... form of Roland ...
goodness of my God, Thor's ruler, ... used predominantly in the Scandinavian ... variant of Toby ...
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