RAS-muys in Swedish and Norwegian, RAS-moos in Danish, RAH-smoos in Finnish, and RAS-məs and RAZ-məs in English. [noted -ed]
Rasmus Dahlin of the Buffalo Sabres.
Form of Erasmus used in multiple languages.
Pronounced in English as RAS-məs and or RAZ-məs.
That is one nice name, that we've gotta use here in America.
Also Estonian and Finnish. [noted -ed]
Rasmus Schüller is a Finnish footballer, who plays for Minnesota United in Major League Soccer. He is a midfielder.
Rasmus Ole Lyberth is a Greenlandic singer, songwriter and actor. Since 1970, he has been one of the most popular artists in the Greenlandic music scene. His music is well known beyond the borders of Greenland.
The name Rasmus was given to fifteen baby boys in the U.S. in 2013.
This name is used to some extent in Norway, but loads of people giggle or at least smile when they hear the name, because "rass" is a dysphemism for a person's behind, while "mus" both means mouse and is used as a dysphemism for the female genitals... Do the math ;-)
Very common Danish name!
I don't really have much of an opinion about it. It's ok, I guess, but rather dull.
This sounds more like a name for a little kid, and it has also been used as a name for a cartoon teddy bear in Finland.
The Rasmus is a Finnish band. They are actually quite good.
Rasmus is in Swedish considered very cute, and is by most people associated with a very well-behaved and nice boy. This is probably due to a couple of very famous Rasmuses in Swedish fairy-tales and stories. Good choice if you want a Swedish-sounding name for your son!

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