were used by medieval Swedish people.
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
HERSE m Old Swedish
Derived from the Old Norse 'hersir' (Viking chief or prince). Often associated with the wide-ranging Bure dynasty, who trace their lineage back to Herse Falesson Bure (born circa 1350), and possibly even to Herse Bure (born circa 940).
HOLMGUN f Old Swedish
Old Swedish combination of holmr
"small island" and gunnr
KÄTTILGER m Old Swedish
Old Swedish combination of ketill
"cauldron hat", "helmet" and geirr
KÄTTILÖ f Old Swedish
Old Swedish form of Kætiløy
, composed of Old Norse ketill
"kettle, cauldron" and ey
OBBE m Frisian, Old Swedish, Swedish
Frisian short form of Germanic names containing the first element AUD
and a last element beginning with -b...
or an Old Swedish and Swedish form of UBBI
OLEF m & f Old Swedish
For masculine purposes Olef is used as a Old Swedish form of ÓLEIFR
, for feminine purposes Olef is used as a Old Swedish form of ÓLÆIF
OSBERN m Icelandic (Archaic), English (Archaic), Medieval, Old Swedish, Medieval Finnish, Medieval French, Medieval Irish, Medieval Scottish
Old English ōs
, Old Icelandic áss, óss "god" + Old English bera
, Old Icelandic bjǫrn "bear".
RAGNDIS f Old Swedish
Old Swedish combination of regin
"advise, decision, might, power (of the gods)" and dís
RAGNDOR m Old Swedish
Old Swedish name with the combination of regin
"advise, decision, might, power (of the gods)" and þórr
STYRGER m Old Swedish
Old Swedish combination of styrr
"stir", "noise", "tumult", "battle" and gēr