It sounds like "pair"/"pear".
Strong and refined Scandinavian male name.
Per is the middle name of Erik Per Sullivan, who played Dewey in Malcolm in the Middle (2000)
Per Yngve Ohlin (January 16, 1969 to April 8, 1991) was the original vocalist of Norweigan band Mayhem. He is better known as Dead.
Also a medieval form of the name Pedro. Per Abbat (Abbot Peter in english) was a copist and possible author of Mio Cid.
Per Mertesacker is a German professional footballer who plays as a centre back and captain of English club Arsenal. He also played for the German national team but retired in August 2014 after winning the World Cup. Mertesacker is a youth product of Hannover 96 and he made his senior league debut in November 2003. He was soon dubbed "the Defence Pole" by German tabloids and gained a reputation for his good disciplinary record, going 31 Bundesliga games without being booked. Since joining Arsenal, their fans have nicknamed him "the BFG", which is short for "Big Fucking German" and an allusion to Roald Dahl's The BFG due to his height. He has been described as an imposing, reliable, dominant and an accomplished defender.
Per was extremely popular in Norway in the mid-1900s. It ranked at #9 in 1920, #5 in 1925 (behind Arne, Odd, Kåre and Olav), #4 in 1930 (behind Arne, Odd and Kjell) and in 1935 (behind Arne, Kjell and Odd), #2 in 1940, 1945, 1950, 1955, and 1960 (behind Jan every time), #3 in 1965 (behind Jan and Bjørn) and #8 in 1970.
This could be a nice middle name.
Per is the name of a character in Susan Price's The Sterkarm Handshake.
Per Anger, a Swedish diplomat in Budapest in the 1940s, who originated the idea of issuing provisional passports to Hungarian Jews to protect them from arrest and deportation. Anger collaborated with Raoul Wallenberg to save the lives of thousands of Jews.
One of my favourite Swedish youth authors is Per Nilsson!
Per is also a Flemish/Middle English name for "Peter". With the ending 'kin' - meaning "little" it was the name of a famous pretender to the English throne during the reign of Henry VII. He pretended to be Richard of Shrewsbury one of the Princes in the Tower.
The Swedish author Pär Lagerkvist (1891-1974) was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1951. His most famous novels are "The Dwarf" (Dvärgen) and "Barabbas".
In Sweden Per is also common in combination with other first name, like Per-Erik, Per-Arne etc.
Per Gessle solo artist and member of popgroup Roxette is a famous bearer.
Per (or Pär) is pronounced as "pair". The common Swedish nickname is Pelle (Pell-eh).

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