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Once (many, many, many years ago) there was a Danish king called Harald Blaatand (Bluetooth).
CB_DK  6/2/2006
Harald V, King of Norway (b. February 21, 1937), is a current famous bearer. He is also the head of the Church of Norway. He succeeded his father upon his death on January 17, 1991. He was married to a commoner, Sonja Haraldsen, in 1968. They have two children together, Princess Märtha Louise and His Royal Highness Crown Prince Haakon, the heir to the Norwegian throne.
AndrewJKD  8/31/2006
The German pronunciation is HAH-rahlt. [noted -ed]
mafiosa  8/6/2009
This is my cousin's name, he calls himself Hal though heh. I love saying his full name not only to annoy him, but it really suits him, even though he's 14. It's an ageless name in my opinion.
nevercontent  10/25/2011
Harald (1876-1949) was the son of King Frederik VIII of Denmark and his wife Louisa.
CarolinW  6/12/2012
Harald Schmidt (born 1957) is one of Germanys most famous late night talkhost.
CarolinW  6/12/2012
Harald Berg is a former Norwegian playmaker and midfielder, nickname "Dutte". He is the brother of Knut Berg and father of Runar Berg, Ørjan Berg and Arild Berg, all top players in the Norwegian Premier League.
cutenose  4/1/2016
In 2014 5 boys were given Harald (USA).
lilolaf  4/1/2016
Harald V is the King of Norway, having ascended the throne following the death of his father on 17 January 1991. Harald was the third child and only son of Olav V of Norway and Princess Märtha of Sweden. He was second in the line of succession at the time of his birth, behind his father. In 1940, as a result of the German occupation during World War II, the royal family went into exile. Harald spent part of his childhood in Sweden and the United States. He returned to Norway in 1945, and subsequently studied for periods at the University of Oslo, the Norwegian Military Academy, and Balliol College, Oxford.
cutenose  5/25/2017

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