JarúnfIcelandic (Modern, Rare) Combination of the Old Norse name elements jara "battle; fight; quarrel" and rún "secret; secret lore". As this is a newer name, however, the first element might also be inspired by the elements jarn, jard or hjarn.
JennleygfFaroese Combination of names beginning with the element Jen-, particularly Jenný, and the Old Norse element laug, itself most likely derived from Proto-Germanic *-lauʒ- "to celebrate marriage, to swear a holy oath; to be dedicated, promised (in names)".
JojakinmNorwegian, 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.
JónsimIcelandic Diminutive of Jón. Famous bearers include Jón Þór Birgisson, lead singer of Sigur Rós (who is also a musician in his own right) and Jón Jósep Snæbjörnsson, lead singer of Í Svörtum Fötum and contestant in the Eurovision Song Contest of 2004 and 2012... [more]
JoralfmNorwegian 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]
Jørundf & mNorwegian 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... [more]
JörundurmIcelandic Icelandic form of Jǫrundr, a combination of Old Norse jarra "battle, fight, quarrel" and Proto-Norse -winduR "winner".
KammafDanish (Rare) Originally used as a nickname for double-barrelled names of which the first one starts with the syllable Ka- and the second starts with the syllable Ma-; the combination Karen-Magrethe would be a typical example of this... [more]