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Danish names. Danish male and female names

Abellona - Danish form of Latin Apollonia, meaning "of Apollo."
Abelone - Danish form of Greek Apollonia, meaning "of Apollo."
Adéla - Czech form of Latin Adela, meaning "noble." 
Adeline - Diminutive form of French Adèle, meaning "little noble."
Albert -   Anglicized masculine form of Irish Gaelic unisex Ailbhe, meaning "white."
Alvilda - Danish form of Old Norse Álfhildr, meaning "elf battle."
Amleth - Variant spelling of Anglo-Saxon Amleþ, meaning "tiny little village." 
Ane - Danish and Norwegian form of Greek Hanna, meaning "favor; grace."
Anesa - Danish form of Greek Hagne, meaning "chaste; holy."
Annalisa -   Danish and Swedish variant spelling form of Scandinavian Annelise, meaning "favor; grace" and "God is my oath." 
Annelise - Scandinavian form of German Anneliese, meaning "favor; grace" and "God is my oath." 
Antoinetta - Czech and Slovak form of Latin Antonetta, possibly meaning "invaluable." 
Árni - Old Norse name meaning "eagle."
Arnold - English name derived from French Arnaud, meaning "eagle power." 
Asger - Danish form of Old Norse Ásgeirr, meaning "god-spear."
Asketyl - Danish form of Old Norse Ásketill, meaning "divine kettle."
Axlan - Old Danish contracted form of Scandinavian Absalon, meaning "father of peace." 
Belinde - Danish form of Old High German Belinda, possibly meaning "bright serpent" or "bright linden tree."
Bendt - Danish short form of Scandinavian Benedikt, meaning "blessed." 
Bergliot - Danish and Norwegian form of Old Norse Bergljót, meaning "rescue light." 
Birgita - Danish form of Scandinavian Birgitta, meaning "exalted one."
Birgitte - Danish form of Scandinavian Birgitta, meaning "exalted one."
Birte - Pet form of Danish Birgitte, meaning "exalted one."
Brandi - Variant spelling of English Brandy, meaning simply "brandy."
Caja - Danish variant spelling of Scandinavian Kaia, meaning "pure."
Cathrine - Danish and Norwegian form of Greek Aikaterine, meaning "pure."
Christian - English name derived from Latin Christianus, meaning "believer" or "follower of Christ." In the bible, this is the name first given to the worshippers of Jesus by the Gentiles, but from the second century onward accepted by them as a title of honor.
Dagmár - Danish form of Old Norse Dagmar, meaning "day-maid."
Dorete - Danish form of Latin Dorothea, meaning "gift of God."
Élisabeth - French form of Greek Elisabet, meaning "God is my oath."
Else - Pet form of German Elsabeth, meaning "God is my oath." 
Eluf - Danish form of Old Norse Eileifr, meaning "ever-heir."
Eric - English form of German Erich, meaning "ever-ruler." 
Erik -   Scandinavian form of Old Norse Eiríkr, meaning "ever-ruler."
Flemming - Medieval Danish byname transferred to surname and finally forename use, meaning "from Flanders."
Frederick -   English form of French Frédéric, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Frederikke - Feminine form of Danish Frederik, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Gitte - Danish variant form of Scandinavian Birgit, meaning "exalted one."
Grete -   Short form of Danish/Norwegian Margarete, meaning "pearl."
Grethe - Short form of Danish/Norwegian Margrethe, meaning "pearl."
Gry - Danish and Norwegian name meaning "dawn."
Gunhild - Scandinavian form of Old Norse Gunnhildr, meaning "war-battle."
Gunner - Danish variant spelling of Scandinavian Gunnar, meaning "soldier, warrior."
Haakon - Old Danish form of Danish/Norwegian Håkon, meaning "high son."
Hagan - German form of Old Norse Hákon, meaning "high son."
Hagen - Danish form of Old Norse Hákon, meaning "high son."
Helga - Icelandic name derived from Old Norse heilagr, meaning "holy; dedicated to the gods."
Hrolf - Contracted form of Old Germanic Hrodwulf, meaning "famous wolf."
Ib - Danish pet form of German/Scandinavian Jakob, meaning "supplanter."
Ingred - Danish variant spelling of Scandinavian Ingrid, meaning "Ing-beautiful."
Iver - Danish form of Scandinavian Ivor, meaning "bow warrior."
Jannicke - Feminine form of Danish Jannick, meaning "God is gracious."
Jens - Danish form of Latin Johan, meaning "God is gracious."
Jerrik - Danish variant form of Scandinavian Erik, meaning "ever-ruler." 
Jesper - Danish form of Spanish Gaspar, meaning "treasure bearer."
Joachim - Contracted form of English Jehoiakim, meaning "Jehovah raises up." 
Johanne -   Danish and Norwegian form of Latin Johanna, meaning "God is gracious."
Jokum - Danish form of Hebrew Yehowyaqiym, meaning "Jehovah raises up."
Kája - Pet form of Czech Karolína, meaning "man."
Karen - Danish form of Greek Aikaterine, meaning "pure." This name was brought to America by Scandinavian settlers.
Karin -   Contracted form of Swedish Katerin, meaning "pure."
Kirsten -   Danish and Norwegian form of Latin Christina, meaning "believer" or "follower of Christ."
Kjeld - Danish variant form of Scandinavian Kjell, meaning "cauldron, kettle."
Knud - Danish variant form of Scandinavian Knut, meaning "knot." 
Kresten - Contracted form of Danish Krestien, meaning "believer" or "follower of Christ."
Kristen - German form of French Christine, meaning "believer" or "follower of Christ."
Lecia - Danish contracted form of Scandinavian Leticia, meaning "happiness."
Lisa -   Short form of Italian Elisabetta, meaning "God is my oath."
Lise - Danish and Norwegian form of German Liese, meaning "God is my oath." Compare with masculine Lise.
Lone - Short form of Danish Magdalone, meaning "of Magdala."
Lovise - Danish and Norwegian form of Latin Louisa, meaning "famous warrior." 
Mads - Danish form of Greek Mattathias, meaning "gift of God." 
Magdalone - Danish form of Greek Magdalēnē, meaning "of Magdala."
Malene - Danish contracted form of Latin Magdalena, meaning "of Magdala."
Maren - Danish form of Latin Marina, meaning "of the sea."
Margaréta - Hungarian form of Greek Margarites, meaning "pearl."
Margrethe - Danish and Norwegian form of Latin Margarita, meaning "pearl."
Merete - Danish form of Greek Margarites, meaning "pearl."
Mogens - Danish form of Roman Latin Magnus, meaning "great."
Nidhug - Danish form of Old Norse Níðhöggr, meaning "dreaded striker."
Nigellus - Latin form of Norman French Nihel "champion," but sometimes used as a diminutive form of the word niger "black," thus "little black one."
Normann - Danish and Norwegian equivalent of Teutonic Nordemann, composed of the Old Norse elements norðr "north" and maðr "man," hence "northman."
Olaf - Scandinavian form of Old Norse Óláfr, meaning "heir of the ancestors."
Ole - Danish pet form of Scandinavian Olaf, meaning "heir of the ancestors."
Pernille - Danish form of Roman Latin Petronilla, meaning "little rock."
Poul - Danish form of Latin Paulos, meaning "small."
Preben - Contracted form of Danish Predbjørn, meaning "magnificent bear."
Radulf -   Danish form of Old Norse Ráðúlfr meaning "wise wolf."
Regner - Danish form of German Reginar, meaning "wise warrior."
Renáta - Hungarian form of Latin Renata, meaning "reborn."
Rikke - Short form of Danish Frederikke, meaning "peaceful ruler."
Runi - Danish form of Old Norse Rúni, meaning "secret lore."
Silje - Danish and Norwegian form of Latin Cæcilia, meaning "blind." 
Solvej - Danish form of Old Norse Solveig, meaning "strong house."
Steen - Danish form of Old Norse Steinn, meaning "stone."
Stephan - German form of Latin Stephanus, meaning "crown."
Svend - Danish form of Old Norse Sveinn, meaning "boy."
Tycho - Latin form of Greek Tychon, meaning "hitting the mark."
Tyge - Danish form of Greek Tychon, meaning "hitting the mark."
Ulrica -   Danish variant spelling of Scandinavian Ulrika, meaning "prosperity and power."
Ulrike - Danish variant form of Scandinavian Ulrika, meaning "prosperity and power."
Urd - Danish and Norwegian form of Old Norse Urðr, meaning "fate."
Valda - Old High German name derived from the word waltan, meaning "power, rule." 
Vibeke - Danish and Norwegian form of German Wibeke, meaning "war." 

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