Norwegian Submitted Names

Norwegian names are used in the country of Norway in northern Europe. See also about Scandinavian names.
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GULLI m & f Ancient Scandinavian, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian
Old Norse short form of Guðleifr and a Scandinavian variant of Gulla.
GULLIK m Swedish, Norwegian
Swedish and Norwegian form of Guðleikr.
GULLMUND m Norwegian (Archaic)
Former Norwegian dialectal variant of Gudmund.
GULLOF m Norwegian (Rare, Archaic)
Former Norwegian variant of Gudleif.
GULLVEIG f Norse Mythology, Ancient Scandinavian, Swedish (Rare, Archaic), Norwegian, Icelandic, Finnish
Variant of Guðveig or a combination of Old Norse gull "gold" and veig "power, strength". In Norse mythology this is the name of a seeress who is burned three times by the Æsir and reborn each time.
GUNDERIK m Dutch, Frisian, Norwegian (Archaic), Swedish (Archaic)
Dutch, Frisian, Norwegian and Swedish form of Gunderic.
GUNDRO m Norwegian (Rare)
Norwegian variant of Gunnro.
GUNDWIG f Norwegian (Archaic)
Former Norwegian variant of Gunnveig recorded in the 18th and 19th centuries.
GUNILD f & m Medieval English, Old Danish, Norwegian
Danish variant of Gunhild and former Norwegian variant of GunnulfR.
GUNNARDA f Norwegian (Archaic)
Variant of Gunnharda recorded in the 19th century.
GUNNBJØRG f Norwegian, Faroese
Norwegian and Faroese younger form of Gunnbiǫrg.
GUNNBOR f Norwegian (Archaic)
Norwegian dialectal variant of Gunnborg recorded Austlandet and Agder (after the Protestant Reformation).
GUNNBORG f Norwegian, Icelandic
Norwegian and Icelandic younger form of Gunnbiǫrg.
GUNNHARDA f Norwegian (Archaic)
Feminine form of Gundhard recorded in the late 19th century.
GUNNLAUG f Ancient Scandinavian, Norwegian, Icelandic
Derived from the Old Norse elements gunnr "battle, fight" and laug "to celebrate marriage, to swear a holy oath".
GUNNRO m Norwegian, Swedish
Norwegian younger form of Gunnfrøðr.
GUNNVEIG f Norwegian, Icelandic
Norwegian and Icelandic name with the combination of gunnr "battle, fight" and veig "power, strength".
GURI f Norwegian
Short form of Gurid, a Norwegian form of Guðríðr.
GURLI f Danish, Swedish, Norwegian (Rare), Literature, Theatre
The name of a character in the German play Die Indianer in England (1788) by Augustus von Kotzebue, explained as either a mistake for Gauri (from Sanskrit "white") or as the Persian for "rose"... [more]
GURRI f Norwegian
Variant of Guri.
GUSTAVA f Dutch (Rare), Finnish (Rare), German (Rare), Italian (Rare), Lithuanian (Rare), Norwegian (Rare), Portuguese (Brazilian, Rare), Spanish (Rare), Swedish (Rare)
Feminine form of Gustaaf (Dutch), Gustav (German and Scandinavian), Gustavas (Lithuanian) and Gustavo (Italian, Spanish and Portuguese).... [more]
GUTTORM m Norwegian
Norwegian form of Guðþorm.
GYLVE m Norwegian
Norwegian form of Gylfir.
GYRD m Norwegian, Danish
Younger form of Gyrðr.
GYRO f Norwegian
Dialectal variant of Guro.
GYVE f Norwegian (Archaic)
Dialectal form of Gudve recorded in Aust-Agder (Setesdal).
GYVI f Norwegian
Variant of Gudve.
HÅGEN m Norwegian
Variant of Håkon.
HAGNAR m Norwegian (Rare, Archaic)
Norwegian combination of Hagni and herr "army".
HAGNY f Norwegian (Rare)
Norwegian form of Hagný.
HÅKKÅ m Norwegian
Norwegian dialectal variant of Håkon.
HALDIS f Norwegian
From the Old Norse name Halldís, which was composed of the elements hallr "rock" (compare Haldor) and dís "goddess".
HALLA f Finnish, Ancient Scandinavian, Icelandic, Norwegian, Faroese, Danish
Feminine form of Hallr. Halla is also a Finnish word for an occasion when in growing season temperature lowers so much that ground gets covered with frost.
HALLBERA f Ancient Scandinavian, Norwegian (Rare), Icelandic, Faroese
Derived from Old Norse hallr meaning "flat stone, slab, big stone, boulder" (compare Hallr, Halli) and (the hypothetical reconstructed root) *ber- "bear" (also found in the noun berserkr), making it a feminine equivalent of Hallbjörn.
HALLBJØRG f Norwegian
From the Old Norse name Hallbjörg, derived from hallr "rock" and björg "protection, help".
HALLBJØRN m Norwegian, Faroese
Norwegian and Faroese younger form of Hallbiǫrn.
HALLGEIR m Norwegian
Modern form of Hallgeirr.
HALLGRIM m Norwegian
Modern Norwegian form of Hallgrímr.
HALLGUNN f Norwegian, Faroese
Norwegian and Faroese name with the combination of hallr "stone, rock" and gunnr "battle, fight".
HALLMAR m Norwegian (Rare), Icelandic, Faroese
Norwegian combination of hallr "flat stone, flat rock" and mærr "famous".
HALMAR m Norwegian
Variant of Hallmar.
HÅREK m Norwegian
Norwegian younger form of Hárekr. Famous bearers are Hårek Ludvig Hansen (14 July 1901 – 1 March 1996), Norwegian politician for the Conservative Party and Hårek Elvenes (born 17 June 1959), Norwegian politician for the Conservative Party.
HAUK m Norwegian
Norwegian younger form of HaukR.
HÅVAR m Norwegian
Either from the Old Norse name Hávarr, derived from "high" and arr "warrior", or else a variant of Håvard.
HEDA f Czech (Rare), Slovak (Rare), German (Archaic), Norwegian (Rare)
Short form of names beginning with the Germanic element hadu "battle, combat".
HEDIN m Norwegian (Rare)
Norwegian younger form of Heðinn.
HEDLØY m Norwegian (Rare)
Norwegian variant of Hedley.
HEID f Norwegian, Swedish (Rare)
Younger form of Heiðr.
HELANDREA f Norwegian (Rare, Archaic)
Norwegian combination of Helene or Helga and Andrea.
HELJE m Norwegian
Norwegian dialectal form of Helge.
HELLEIK m Norwegian
Norwegian variant of Herleik.
HELLEK m Norwegian
Norwegian variant of Herleik.
HELLIK m Norwegian
Norwegian variant of Herleik.
HELMIK m German, Norwegian (Rare)
German pet form of names containing the name element HJALM.
HELMRIK m Norwegian (Rare)
Norwegian form of Helmrich.
HEMING m Norwegian
Norwegian form of Hemming.
HERAKLIT m Armenian (Rare), Bosnian, Croatian, Danish, German, Norwegian, Polish, Slovene, Ukrainian
Armenian, Bosnian, Croatian, Danish, German, Norwegian, Polish, Slovene and Ukrainian form of Herakleitos via its latinized form Heraclitus.
HERBJØRG f Faroese, Norwegian
Younger form of Herbjǫrg. Famous bearer is Herbjørg Margretha Wassmo, Norwegian author, * December 6th, 1942.
HERBJØRN m Norwegian
Norwegian form of Herbjörn.
HERBOR f Norwegian (Rare)
Norwegian dialectal variant of Herborg.
HERBORG f Ancient Scandinavian, Old Swedish, Faroese, Norwegian, Danish (Rare), Swedish (Rare), Icelandic
Derived from Old Norse harja or herr "army" combined with Old Norse björg "protection, help".
HERDIS f Danish, Norwegian, Icelandic, Swedish (Rare)
Younger form of the Old Norse name Herdís, derived from herr "army" and dís "goddess", as well as a variant of Hjørdis.
HERGAUT m Norwegian (Rare)
Norwegian form of Hergautr.
HERGOT f Norwegian (Rare)
Norwegian combination of herr "army" and suffix -got (from names like Ågot).
HERGUNN f Norwegian, Faroese
Younger form of Hergunnr.
HERLEIK m Norwegian
Norwegian younger form of Herleikr.
HERLEIV m Norwegian
Norwegian younger form of Herleifr.
HERLOFF m Norwegian, Swedish (Rare)
Norwegian variant of Herlof.
HERLØV m Danish, Norwegian
Norwegian and Danish variant of Herlof.
HERMOD m Danish, Norwegian, Swedish
Modern Danish, Swedish and Norwegian form of Herimot.
HEROLF m Norwegian
Norwegian younger form of HærulfR.
HERVALD m Norwegian (Archaic)
Former Norwegian spelling of Herwald.
HERVOR f Swedish, Norwegian (Rare), Medieval Scandinavian
Swedish and Norwegian form of Hervǫr. This was the name of two heroines in the 'Hervarar saga', written in the 13th century. It also appears in 'Landnámabók' (in chapter 10, belonging to Hervor, daughter of Þórgerðr Eylaugsdóttir).
HERVORA f Norwegian (Archaic)
Archaic Norwegian form of Hervor, used in the 19th century.
HILDEBJØRG f Norwegian
Norwegian variant of Hildeborg.
HILDEBORG f Danish, Norwegian, Swedish
Derived from Old Norse hildr "battle" combined with Old Norse björg "protection, help".
HILDEGUNN f Norwegian
Younger form of Hildigunnr.
HILDERIK m Dutch, Norwegian (Archaic), Swedish (Archaic)
Dutch, Norwegian and Swedish form of Hilderic.
HILDING m Swedish, Danish, Finnish, Norwegian
From Old Norse hildingr meaning "chieftain".
HILDURA f Norwegian (Archaic), Swedish (Rare)
Dialectal variant of Hildur recorded in Troms.
HILDURE f Norwegian (Archaic)
Dialectal variant form of Hildur recorded in Troms (Ibestad) in the 19th century.
HILDUS m Norwegian (Archaic)
Short form of name containing the name element hild- as well as a masculine form of Hilda.
HJALMARA f Norwegian (Archaic)
Female form of Hjalmar recorded in the 19th century.
HJØRGUNN f Norwegian
Norwegian younger form of Hjǫrgunnr.
HJØRLEIF m Danish, Norwegian
Danish younger form of Hjǫrleifr.
HJØRMUND m Norwegian (Rare, Archaic)
Norwegian younger form of Hjǫrmundr.
HOD m Norwegian
Norwegian form of Hǫðr.
HOGNE m Norwegian
Norwegian form of Hagni.
HØLJE m Norwegian
Norwegian dialectal variant of Helge.
HØYE m Norwegian
Norwegian dialectal variant of Helge.
HUJE m Norwegian
Norwegian form of Hugi.
HUNERIK m Dutch, Norwegian
Dutch and Norwegian form of Huneric.
HVIT f Norse Mythology, Norwegian
In the Hrolfs Saga Kraka, an old Norse mythological text, a woman named Hvit is queen of Norway. The word means "white" in Norwegian.
IDAR m Norwegian, Swedish, Danish
Norwegian, Swedish and Danish name with the combination of "industrious" and herr "army". It can also be a masculine form of Ida.
IDOLF m Swedish, Norwegian (Rare)
Combination of "industrious" and ulfr "wolf".
IDOR m Swedish (Rare), Norwegian (Rare)
Combination of "industrious" and þórr "thunder".
IDUNN f Norwegian
Younger form of Iðunn.
IGILD m Norwegian (Archaic)
Norwegian former variant of Egil.
ILDE f Norwegian (Archaic), Italian
Norwegian dialectal variant of Hilde, recorded in the Sunnmøre area, as well as an Italian variant of Ilda.
ILDIBAD m Ancient Germanic, Dutch, English, German, Norwegian (Archaic), Swedish (Archaic), History
Variant spelling of Hildebad. Ildibad was a 6th-century king of the Ostrogoths in Italy.
ILIANA f Swedish (Rare), Norwegian (Rare), Danish (Rare)
Variant of Juliana and feminine form of Ilian.
IMBJØRG f Norwegian (Archaic)
Dialectal variant of Ingeborg recorded in Oppland.
INDINE f Norwegian (Rare)
Norwegian variant form of Inda, India and Indiana recorded from the 1820s onwards.
INGAR m & f Swedish, Norwegian
Female variant of Inger or a male variant of Ingvar.
INGARA f Norwegian (Archaic)
Variant of Inga as well as a strictly feminine form of Ingar recorded in the 19th century.
INGEBJØR f Norwegian (Rare)
Dialectal variant of Ingebjørg.
INGEBJØRN m Norwegian
Norwegian younger form of Ingibjǫrn.
INGEBRIGT m Norwegian
Norwegian form of Engelbrekt.
INGEGJERD f Norwegian
Norwegian form of Ingegerd.
INGELA f Swedish, Norwegian (Rare)
Originally derived from Old Swedish Ingel (und thus ultimately from Ingjäl), folk etymology sometimes considers this name a form of Ingalill ("little Inga").
INGEMUND m Old Swedish, Norwegian (Rare), Swedish, Manx (Archaic)
Old Swedish form of Ingimundr which was also used on the Isle of Man.
INGFRID f Norwegian
Younger form of Ingifríðr.
INGFRIDA f Norwegian (Archaic)
Variant of Ingfrid recorded in the late 19th century.
INGJAR m Norwegian
Variant of Ingar.
INGNOR m Norwegian (Rare)
Combination of Ing and norðr "north".
INGNORA f Norwegian (Archaic)
Feminine form of Ingnor recorded in the late 19th century.
INGNY f Norwegian (Rare)
Combination of Ing and either the Old Norse element nýr "new; young; fresh" or the Old Norse element "new moon; waxing moon".
INGRI f Norwegian, Swedish (Rare)
Norwegian and Swedish dialectal variant of Ingrid.
INGRUN f German (Rare), Norwegian, Swedish
Formed from the Germanic name elements ING (the name of a god) and RUN "secret; rune".
INGVALD m Norwegian, Swedish
Combination of Ing and Old Norse "valdr" "power, ruler".
INGVEIG f Norwegian
Combination of Ing and the Old Norse name element veig "power; strength".
INGVOR f Swedish, Norwegian (Rare)
Combination of Ing and the Old Norse name element vár "spring".
IRJAN m Norwegian, Swedish
Variant form of Yrjan.
ISELILJA f Norwegian (Rare)
Popularly claimed to mean "ice lily" from Norwegian is "ice" and lilja "lily". This name occurs in the medieval ballad 'Knut liten og Sylvelin'.
ISELIN f Norwegian
Norwegian adoption of an originally German short form of Old High German names containing the element isarn meaning "iron" (e.g., Isengard, Iselinde, Isburg), as well as an adoption of an obsolete German diminutive of Isa and a Norwegian adoption and adaption of the Irish name Aisling (compare Isleen).
ISELINA f Norwegian (Rare)
Latinate form of Iselin.
IVALD m Norwegian, Swedish
Very rare form of Ívaldi.
IVANDA f Norwegian (Archaic), Latvian (Rare)
Early 19th-century Norwegian coinage intended as a feminine form of Ivan.
IVERIKE f Norwegian (Archaic)
Feminine form of Iver as well as a combination of names beginning with the element Iv-, especially Ivar, and the Old Norse name element ríkr "mighty; distinguished; rich". This name was recorded in the 18th and 19th centuries.
IVERINE f Jamaican Patois (Modern, Rare), Norwegian (Archaic)
Feminine form of Iver or a combination of Ivar and Rina.
IVERISE f Norwegian (Archaic)
Norwegian feminine form of Iver, used in the 18th and 19th centuries.
IVERT m Swedish, Norwegian
Variant form of Iver or a variant form of Sivert.
IVERTA f Norwegian (Archaic)
Feminine form of Ivert.
IVRIKE f Norwegian (Archaic)
Contracted form of Iverike.
IVRINE f Norwegian (Rare)
Contracted form of Iverine.
JAKIM m Russian, Norwegian, Swedish, Danish
Russian variant transcription of Yakim, and Scandinavian variant of Joachim.
JANFRID f Norwegian (Rare)
Combination of the masculine name Jan and the Old Norse name element fríðr "beautiful" (originally "beloved").
JANNIKA f Swedish, Norwegian (Rare), Danish (Rare), German (Modern)
Scandinavian variant of Jannike and German feminine form of Jannik.
JANUS m Dutch (Rare), Flemish (Rare), Limburgish (Rare), West Frisian (Rare), Danish, Finnish (Rare), Norwegian (Rare), Swedish (Rare)
Dutch, Flemish, Limburgish and West Frisian short form of Adrianus and sometimes also of Johannes (which is also found spelled as Johannus). The name has also seen some use in Scandinavia (particularly in Denmark), where it can also be a (more or less) latinized form of Jens.... [more]
JARAND m Norwegian
This name can be a form of Hjarrand and Jørund.
JARDAR m Norwegian
Modern form of Jarðarr.
JARI m Norse Mythology, Ancient Scandinavian, Finnish, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian
Derived from Old Norse jara "quarrel", or a Finnish pet form of Jarmo. This is the name of a dwarf in Norse mythology.
JARLAUG f Norwegian (Rare)
Combination of jarl "highborn; noble man" and laug possibly meaning "betrothed woman".
JARLEIV m Norwegian
Norwegian name with the combination of jarl "highborn, noble man" and leif "inheritance", "legacy".
JARLFRID f Norwegian
Norwegian name with the combination of jarl "chief" and fríðr "beautiful".
JARLSTEIN m Norwegian (Rare)
Norwegian combination of jarl "chieftain, nobleman, earl" and steinn "stone".
JARLUF m Norwegian
Norwegian variant form of Jarleiv or a Norwegian male form of Jarlaug.
JARP m Norwegian
Norwegian form of Jarpr.
JARVID m Norwegian (Rare)
Norwegian combination of jara "battle", "fight" and viðr "forest", "wood", "tree".
JATGEIR m Norwegian (Rare)
Norwegian form of Játgeirr.
JENNIKA f English (Modern, Rare), Swedish (Rare), Norwegian (Rare), Dutch (Rare)
English variant of Jennica, as well as a Swedish diminutive of Jenny, influenced by Annika.
JENTOFT m Norwegian (Archaic)
Derived from the Danish place name Gentofte "single farmstead at the fish lake".... [more]
JERMUND m Norwegian
Norwegian variant of Gjermund.
JESABEL f Norwegian
Norwegian form of Jezebel.
JESENIA f Norwegian (Archaic), Swedish (Rare)
Scandinavian adoption and adaption of Gesine.
JETLENE f Norwegian (Archaic)
Combination of Jette and Lene recorded in the 18th and 19th centuries.
JOAR m Swedish, Norwegian
Modern form of the Old (West) Norse name Jóarr, which meant "warrior on a horse" from the Old Norse elements jór "stallion" and arr "warrior".
JOBJØRN m Norwegian
Norwegian younger form of Ióbiǫrn.
JØDEL m Norwegian (Rare, Archaic)
Norwegian younger form of Ljóðolfr.
JØEL m Norwegian (Rare, Archaic)
Norwegian variant of Jøl.
JOFRID f Norwegian
Derived from Old Norse jór "stallion" combined with Old Norse friðr "beautiful; fair; peace".
JOH m & f Swedish, Norwegian, Danish
Variant of Jo.
JOHAR m Norwegian, Swedish, Danish
Norwegian variant of Joar.
JOHILD f Norwegian (Rare), Danish (Rare), Swedish (Rare)
Combination of jór "horse" and hildr "battle; fight".
JOJAKIM m Dutch, German, Norwegian, Polish, Swedish
Dutch, German, Norwegian, Polish and Swedish form of Jehoiakim. This name is not used in Norway or Sweden, but it appears in the Swedish and Norwegian translations of the Bible.
JOJAKIN m Norwegian, Polish, Swedish
Norwegian, Polish and Swedish form of Jehoiachin. This name appears in the Swedish and Norwegian translations of the Bible, but is not used as a given name in Sweden or Norway.
JØL m Norwegian (Rare, Archaic)
Norwegian variant form of Ljøl.
JOMAR m Norwegian
Modern form of Jómarr.... [more]
JONA m Croatian, Serbian, Swedish, Norwegian (Rare), Sorbian
Croatian, Serbian, Sorbian and Scandinavian form of Jonah.
JONA f Swedish, Norwegian (Rare), Danish (Rare), Faroese
Feminine form of Jon as well as a short form of Johanna and its variants.
JONAR m Norwegian
Norwegian combination of Jon and herr "army".
JORALF m Norwegian
The first element of this name is derived from Old Norse jorr "wild boar" or Old Norse jǫfurr "chief, king". The second element is derived from Old Norse alfr meaning "elf". A known bearer of this name is Joralf Gjerstad (b... [more]
JØRAN m Norwegian
Norwegian form of Jöran.
JORD f & m Swedish, Norwegian
Swedish modern feminine form of of Jǫrð and Norwegian male dialectal variant form of Gjord.
JØREN m Danish, Norwegian
Danish and Norwegian variant form of Jøran.
JØRGUNN f Norwegian
Variant spelling of Hjørgunn or a combination of Jørgen and unnr "wave".
JORLAUG f Norwegian (Rare)
Norwegian combination of jorr "wild boar" and laug possibly meaning "betrothed woman".
JØRUND f & m Norwegian
Previously a dialectal variant of Jorunn, though more recently it has been given to boys, being the modern form of Jǫrundr, an Old Norse masculine name of uncertain meaning. The first element is probably derived from jara "battle, fight" (or from jór "stallion", as in Jorunn); the second element is vindr, which may mean "winner" (from vinna "to win") or "wind".
JØRUNN f Norwegian
Dialectal variant of Jorunn used in the Troms region.
JOSVA m Norwegian, Danish
Norwegian and Danish form of Joshua.
JOVEIG f Norwegian
Norwegian name with the combination of jór "horse" and veig "power, strength".
JUDOLF m Norwegian (Rare)
Norwegian combination of Judith and ulfr "wolf".
JUL m Norwegian (Rare)
Variant of Gjul, which is a dialectal variant of Gjurd with predominant usage in the Austlandet region of Norway.
KAARE m Norwegian, Danish
Variant of Kåre.
KÆTHE f Danish, Norwegian
Danish and Norwegian form of Käthe.
KALV m Norwegian
Modern form of KalfR.
KANUTTE f Norwegian
Feminine form of the name Knut.
KÅRA f Norwegian (Rare)
Younger form of Kára.
KARENANNA f Norwegian (Rare)
Norwegian name with the combination of Karen and Anna.
KÅRFINN m Norwegian (Rare)
Norwegian combination of kárr "curly, wavy (hair)" and finnr "Finn", "Lapp".
KÅRHILD f Norwegian
Norwegian form of Kárhildr.
KARIANNE f Norwegian
Combination of Kari and Anne.
KARLEIF m Norwegian
Combination of Karl and leifr "heir", "descendant".
KÅRLEIV m Norwegian
Norwegian name with the combination of kárr "curly, wavy hair" and leif "inheritance, legacy".
KARLES m Norwegian, Swedish, Icelandic
Nordic variant of Charles.
KARLOT m Norwegian (Rare), Swedish (Rare)
Norwegian and Swedish spelling of Charlot and male form of Karlotte.
KARNA f Norwegian (Rare), Old Swedish, Swedish (Rare, Archaic), Danish (Rare, Archaic)
Known since the 15th century, Karna was used as a variant of Karin in the southern parts of Sweden and as a variant of Karen in the eastern parts of Denmark. Karna was popular in the 16th and 17th century but is now very rare.
KATERINE f Medieval English, Medieval Welsh, Swedish (Rare), Norwegian (Rare)
Variant of Katerina as well as a Scandinavian spelling of French Catherine.
KATT f Norwegian, English
Variant of Cat. It coincides with the Norwegian word for the animal "cat".
KELFRID f Norwegian
Norwegian variant of Kjellfrid.
KETTY f Danish, Swedish, Norwegian (Rare)
Scandinavian variant of Kitty.
KIKKAN f Swedish, Norwegian, English
Diminutive of Kristina rarely used as a full given name.
KIRSTINA f Norwegian, English (British)
Norwegian dialectal form (found in the county Sogn og Fjordane) as well as an English variant of Christina or Kirstin (in the case of the English name, it might be an Anglicized form of Cairistìona).
KIRVIL f Norwegian (Modern, Rare)
Combination of a name beginning with Kir-, such as Kirstina, and a name ending in -vild, such as Ingvild.
KJARTAN m Danish, Icelandic, Norwegian, Faroese, Swedish
Younger form of Mýrkjartan as well as a Scandinavian form of Certán.
KJELLBERG m Norwegian
Norwegian male form of Kjellbjørg.
KJELLBJØRG f Norwegian (Rare)
Norwegian younger form of Ketilbjǫrg.
KJELLBJØRN m Norwegian (Rare)
Norwegian younger form of Kætilbiǫrn.