Danish Baby Names, The Most Popular Baby Names In Denmark

Danish Baby NamesDenmark is a Scandinavian country in Europe and a sovereign state, and it is the smallest of the Nordic countries. Denmark is one of the happiest country in the world, and it comes with Little Mermaid, Carlsberg beer, and old naming tradition based on Vikings and Norse mythology. Here comes our collection of Danish baby names for your little boys or girls, and the list contains the typical Danish names and the most popular boy names and girl names used in Denmark.

Baby NameMeaningGender
AaseTree-Covered Mountain AEGILEIFFemale
AbellonaDanish Form Of Greek Apollonia, The Feminine Form Of Apollo, Name Of The Sun God.Female
AbrahamFather Of A Multitude.Variants Include Avraham, Aram, Abarron, And AvidorMale
AdamOf The Red EarthMale
AdolfNoble WolfMale
Agnes"Pure; Virginal." Variants Include Ag, Agafi, Agafia, Agafon, Aggi, Aggie, Aggye, Aghna, Agi, Agie, Agna, Agnah, Agnek, Agnella, Agnellah, Agnelle, Agnese, Agnesse, Agneta, Agnetta, Agnettah, Agnola, Agnolah, Agot, Agota, Agote, Agoti, Agy, AgyeFemale
AilsaDevoted To GodFemale
AkselFather Of PeaceMale
AlbinWhite. Alban And Albin Are English Surnames Probably Based On Spanish/Italian Place Name Alba.Male
AleksanderDefender Of Man BOHDAN, BOHDANKO, BOGDANMale
AlexAbbreviation Of Alexander. Defender Of Man.Male
AlexanderDefender Of ManMale
AlexandraDefender Of Mankind. Feminine Of Alexander.Female
AmandaWorthy Of Being Loved. Literary: Poets And Playwrights Brought This Name Into Popular Usage In The Seventeenth Century.Female
AndersDanish Form Of Andrew (Manly)Male
AndreaFeminine Form Of Andrew ManlyFemale
AndreasGerman Form Of Andrew (Manly)Male
AnnaArthur's SisterFemale
AnneliseGraceful Light.Female

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