Female Swedish names

Adela

– noble

Agatha

– good

Agda

– good

Agnet

– chaste, holy

Agnetta

– chaste, holy

Alva

– elf

Anika

– useful, gracious

Annalisa

– useful, blessed, sworn to God

Annborg

– eagle defense

Annborch

– eagle defense

Asha

– goddess

Ashlog

– bride of God

Astrid

– divine beauty

Ouda

– very rich

Barebra

– foreigner, stranger

Batilda

– fiery battle

Benedict

– blessing Slavic

Bengt

– Blessed

Botilda

– Battle-Vengeance

Valdis

– Goddess of the dead in battle

Vallborg

– Salvation of the deceased in battle

Wendel

– Wanderer

Viva

– Live

Viveka

– war

Gard

​​- fortress

Gerdi

– fortress

Gittan

– sublime

Greta

– pearl

Gulla

– military battle

Gullan

– military battle

Gunilla

– military battle

Dahlia

– valley of flowers, dahlia

Ingvild

– warrior Inga

Ide

– industrious

Ingegaard

​​- t Inga

Inger

– body, shell Inga

Inghild

– warrior Inga

Ingvild

– warrior Inga

Kaisa

– pure

Kai

– pure

Kaya

– pure

Kaya

– pure

Kaisa

– pure

Karin

– pure

Katarina

– pure

Catherine

– pure

Katerina

– pure

Katina

– pure

Kerstin

– follower of Christ

Kia

– follower of Christ

Kierstin

– follower of Christ

Christa

– follower of Christ

Lynn

– double flower

Linnaeus – double flower

Lotta

– man

Lovisa

– famous warrior

Malin

– woman from Magdala

Margaret

– pearl

Marit

– pearl

Marina

– sea

Marit

– pearl

Marna

– sea

Marta

– pearl

Mia

– stubborn, disobedient

Mikaela

– like God

Mi

– stubborn, disobedient

Nea

– double flower

Nilsin

– the winner of people, peoples

Ode

– very rich

Ottali

– rich

Otilia

– rich

Pernilla

– malen

Ragnilde

– the battle of the defenders

Rebekah

– charming, captivating

Sassa

– beautiful God

Sofia

– wise

Solvig

– strong house

Susanne

– lily

Svangilda

– Battle of Swans

Swea

– Swedish

Teresia

– Reaper

Torbjorg

– Protected Thor

Torborg

– Protected Thor

Torfridh

– The beauty of Torah

Torridh

– The beauty of Torah

Torhilda

– The Battle of Torah

Tova

– Thor, thunder

Tire

– warrior Torah

Ulva

– wolf

Frederik

– peace ruler

Freya

– mistress, mistress

Froy

– mistress, mistress

Helgi

– holy dedicated to the gods

Hillevi

– healthy warrior

Charlotte

– man

Emeli

– rival

Yannicke

– God’s mercy

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