Norse Dog Names, Names of Norse Origin

Norse Dog NamesNorse dog names remind you Viking and Scandinavian history and culture. Names of Norse language and origin are tough and strong, so it will be great idea to give your puppy a Norse origin dog name. Old Norse is a North Germanic language in use from c. CE 800 to c. CE 1300. West Norse is the modern languages of Norwegian, Faroese, Icelandic and Greenlandic Norse. East Norse is the modern languages of Danish and Swedish. Check out our collection of our Norse dog names for the complete list of dog names of Norse origin.



NameMeaningGenderOrigin
AliviaAlternate Spelling: Olivia. Peace And Symbolizing The Tree Of Life.FemaleAmerican English
AlvaElfFemaleNorse
AlvisUncertain, possibly all wiseFemaleNorse
AmdisImmortalFemaleLatin
AmoraLoveFemaleSpanish
AnPeaceFemaleChinese
AndersonMaleMaleSwedish
AndrasGraceFemaleWelsh
ArenEagleMaleEnglish
AriLionMaleHebrew
AricEternal rulerMaleNorse
AricinThe Eternal Kings SonMaleNorwegian
ArkinThe Eternal King's SonMaleNorwegian
ArneAbbrevation of Arn-namesMaleGermanic
ArvidEagle of the woodsUnisexSwedish
AsaDoctorFemaleHebrew
AstaLoveFemaleNorwegian
AstraStarFemaleGreek
AstridGod + fair, beautifulFemaleNorse
AudunWealthy friendMaleNorwegian
BeritThe exalted oneFemaleGaelic
BjornBearMaleNorse
BoHandsomeFemaleFrench
BoothSmall houseMaleEnglish
BorgnyBrightnessFemaleNorwegian
BrandSwordMaleGermanic
BransonSwordMaleGermanic
BrantSwordMaleGermanic
BredePoleaxeUnisexNorse
BrendaSwordFemaleNorse


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