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This name may sound like the synonym for the f-word, and no one would take the Bearer seriously, but personally, I think this is a nice name. Though it might not be too acceptable in the United States, in other countries it might be acceptable to name your kid this. To all people who have this name, change it or not! But if I had this name, my spam on Instagram would simply be @What_The_Friggggg? Which I think is cool. I think this is a decent name for some people in my opinion :)
― Anonymous User  11/17/2018
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Really? Frigg is a real friggin' name?
mrose19  7/8/2013
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I know a dog with this name, it's not really a problem. On a person, I think it would sound strange.
― Anonymous User  4/28/2013
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Actually, this name is more or less obsolete in Scandinavia nowadays. There are only a handful of Friggs and Friggas in Sweden, Norway and Denmark. Frigga may be used in Iceland, I'm not sure.
Caprice  9/23/2012
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This name is completely unusable in any country that speaks English as a primary language. In English, it's basically a mild version of the "F-bomb"!
GibsonGirl  7/7/2012
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I get the whole what the frigg this and frigging that but I still like it as a middle name. Frigg was, in myth, a great, powerful, lovely goddess.
Bazinga  1/17/2012
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This is such a terrible name even without the associations.
FlakyMatt  7/20/2011
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You know what? Frigg's first initial frumpy f-bomb sound is actually really interesting. Just not in America where everyone forms an opinion about lovely foreign names with bad pronunciations in their language. Gahh.
― Anonymous User  7/7/2011
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Frankly, people need to get over themselves and their immaturity. If you were to meet a Frigg in real life, would you HONESTLY make fun of them for it? I think Frigg is spunky and unique. Besides, not everyone speaks English on a daily basis.
Hannah_E  5/9/2010
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Yes, I agree. People, get over yourselves. This is a lovely name.
― Anonymous User  10/20/2010
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Luckily, not everyone wants to live in an English-speaking country, or even visit one.

I think Frigg is lovely name.
Yippal  9/19/2009
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If you name your son this today, just make sure you never move to an English-speaking country. Come to think of it, he'd be very embarrassed to tell people his name even if he just visited one! The name sounds horrible anyway.
slight night shiver  5/25/2008
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Oh, it's a feminine name. Ah yeah, that just makes it worse: a masculine-sounding, ugly name on a girl, and a name that just so happens to have a nasty meaning in English! Very embarrassing for the girl, whether she lives in Norway and stays there for her entire life, or visits English-speaking countries. She could never live in one. Well, she could, but people would make fun of her behind her back.
slight night shiver  5/25/2008
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This is where the word "Friday" comes from. It's the day of Frigg.
― Anonymous User  7/27/2007
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Brilliant. I'm thinking triplets "Frigg, Fudge and Frick." Nothing more charming than naming children after a cover term for the F-Bomb.
― Anonymous User  6/3/2007
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Who the Frigg would name their kid Frigg now?
― Anonymous User  3/21/2007
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This is such a friggin' wierd name to call your kid.
7up  1/28/2007
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Actually a lot of people believe the godesses Frigg and Freja to be the same, or at least here and there melted into one. It is assumed that the Swedish name for Friday (Fredag) is in honour of this godess.
― Anonymous User  12/20/2006
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In fact, Frigg is correctly Norse Goddess of the moon, motherhood and marriage.
audreyhubley  8/29/2006
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I love this name! I will definitely be calling my next child this!
― Anonymous User  8/16/2006

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