VårrullfNorwegian A newly constructed girl's name used in Norway. The first known person to carry this name was born in 2012, as reported by online news media. The literal meaning of the name is "spring roll", derived from the East Asian and Southeast Asian dish.
ViggemDanish (Rare), Swedish (Rare) Derived from the Old (West) Norse name Vígi, a short form of other masculine names containing the element víg "war, battle". (The name Vígi belonged to one of King Ólafr Tryggvasson's hounds.) As a Swedish name it is sometimes used as a diminutive of Viktor, and can also be inspired by the word vigg meaning "lightning".
VilgotmSwedish Combination of Old Norse name elements vil, vili meaning "will, desire" and probably góðr "good". Despite its Norse elements, this name is a relatively modern creation first used in the 19th century.
VillemofSwedish, Norwegian (Rare), Literature This name was first used by the Swedish writer August Strindberg (1849-1912) for one of his poems. He may have based it on the names Vellamo or Wilhelma, or perhaps he combined the Old Norse name element vil, vili "will, desire" with Scandinavian mor "mother" (compare Lillemor, Moa).
WynjafSwedish (Modern, Rare) Allegedly derived from the rune ᚹ (equivalent to Old English Ƿ (wynn) and Gothic � (winja)). The rune is associated with the words joy and bliss, probably because the name of the rune is ultimately derived from Proto-Germanic *wunjō "joy, delight".
YrkillmIcelandic Meaning unknown, though it may be related to Old Norse yrkja meaning "work".
YrlafPopular Culture, Swedish Fictional name invented by the Swedish screenwriter Christina Herrström for the TV series Ebba och Didrik (1990). According to Christina Herrström, the name is a combination of the Swedish vocabulary words yra and virvla, both meaning "to whirl".