Meaning: “Fight; War.”
Detail: Viggo developed from the Old Danish name Vigge, containing the element vig meaning “fight, war”
Meaning: “Ever young; rejuvenator.”
Pronunciation: (EE-doon) [“oo” short like in “book”]
Detail: In Norse mythology Idunn is the goddess of spring and wife of Bragi. She is the keeper of the apples of the gods. Whoever eats of these apples will be granted eternal life and youth.
Origin: Czech / Gaelic Meaning: “Rock.”
Origin: French Meaning: “Bird; Hazelnut.”
Origin: Greek Meaning: “Bright one; shining one; defender of men.”
Nicknames: Ala, Ali, Lena, Leni
Detail: Saint Alena was a Belgian martyr.
Meaning: Debated “Skull; future.”
Nicknames: Sku, Suki
Detail: One suggestion is that it is derived from Old Norse, there are a few possibilities: From the word skàli, meaning hut or shed, or from scala, meaning skull.
Origin: Arabic Meaning: “Peace.”
Origin: Latin Meaning: “Little bear.”
Origin: Icelandic Meaning: “Sun.”
Pronunciation: (suh-lah); (soo-lah)
Detail: Variation of Old Testament Shulamit, from the Song of Songs meaning “peace”.
Detail: A Scandinavian goddess of healing
Meaning: “The Filler; Bountiful.”
Nicknames: Fu, Ulla
Detail: In Norse mythology she was a goddess of abundance who acted as Frigga‘s attendant and messenger.
Nicknames: Foz, Fos, Fox
Detail: Fosco Baggins was the paternal grandfather of the ring-bearer Frodo in The Lord of the Rings by Tolkien.
Meaning: “God’s grace.”
Detail: Hansel is a character of the German fairy tale “Hänsel und Gretel.”
“Hansel… so hot right now… Hansel.” – Mugatu (Zoolander)
Meaning: “Clever; Learned; Wise by experience.”
Detail: Icelandic name derived from Old Norse fróðr, meaning “wise.”
Frodi is the name of a number of legendary Danish kings in various texts including Beowulf and Prose Edda.
Frodo Baggins is a principal protagonist of Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings. He was a hobbit of the Shire who inherited Sauron’s ring from Bilbo Baggins and undertook the quest to destroy it in Mount Doom.