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Browse our list of Swedish baby names to find the perfect one for your baby girl or boy. Popular names include Lucas, Erik, Anna, Elias, and Elsa. You might recognize the name Annika from Astrid Lindgren’s Pippi Longstocking. It’s the most recognizable Swedish name we can remember from children’s literature.
German: Noble wolf
A variation of the Latin name Adrienne, Adrian has more commonly been used as a boys name, but is still used as a girl name...
Greek: Good, kind
German: Noble, bright; Prince Albert was Queen Victoria''s consort noted for enthusiastic support of the application of science to...
Latin: White; related to Alba, a place
The moniker Alexander is name to a host of prolific men from Alexander the Great to two kings of Scotland, three emperors...
Alexandra has remianed a popular name for girls, and it's easy to see why. Chic yet strong sounding, it lends itself to several...
German: Noble leader
Swedish: All ruler
Scandinavian: The eagle rules.
Swedish: Son of Ander
Punch up the dated Andrew with it's more exotic, European variation: Andreas. This name is still pretty popular across Europe...
Anna has emerged as the Golden Girl of the "Ann" family. While the more old-fashioned Anne, Ann, and Annie have slipped in...
Swedish: Graceful Christian
Swedish: Graceful meadow
Swedish: Graced with God''s bounty
Finnish: Graceful meadow; a pet form of Anna
Swedish: Graceful meadow; a pet form of Anna
The Swedish golf champion, Annika Sorenstam, has spurred a lot of interest in the Scandinavian endearment form of Anna. Some...
English: Strong as an eagle
German: Strong as an eagle
Norse: Eagle tree
Swedish: Of the people
Danish: Beautiful goddess
Norse: Divine strength; Popular since the Viking age, this name was borne by Astrid Lindgren, Swedish author of Pippi Longstocking...
German: Father of peace; variant of Absalom
German: Protected by God
Swedish: Protected by God