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163 Unique Cat Names from Norway (with Meanings)

Looking at this collection you can ask: “Why should I choose a Nordic cat name for my fur baby?” Well, we can explain!

First of all, there are a lot of interesting cat myths in Nordic mythology. For example, cats were considered as the sacred animal of the Norse goddess Freyja.

Moreover, Nordic people adore cat and they never had mythical fears about cats.

Also, you can choose the Nordic cat name if you`re looking for a unique cat name.

Male Cat Names

  •     Fritjof (one who steals peace)
  •     Vali (God of revenge)
  •     Dag (day)
  •     Máni (God of moon)
  •     Svart (black)
  •     Hrolf (wolf)
  •     Bausi (proud)
  •     Colden (coal town)
  •     Jens (variant of John)
  •     Gunnar (fighter)
  •     Ivar (archer; a Norse God)
  •     Skirnir (the shining one)
  •     Kleng (claw; has claws)
  •     Bragi (God of poetry)
  •     Loki (Trickster & God of Mischief and Fire)
  •     Burnaby (estate of the warrior)
  •     Bodil (mighty ruler)
  •     Aslak (saga name of a supporter of Thorgest)
  •     Eirik (forever strong)
  •     Mikkel (God-like)
  •     Magnus (fighter)
  •     Forseti (God of justice, peace and truth)
  •     Bjorn (bear)
  •     Modi (God of rage)
  •     Flosi (saga name of a Chieftain)
  •     Tyr (ancient God of War)
  •     Aricin (son of the eternal king)
  •     Kare (curvy)
  •     Amund (bridal gift)
  •     Albrikt (all wise)
  •     Destin (determined)
  •     Breidr (broad or fat)
  •     Asmund (divine protection)
  •     Arkin (the eternal king’s son)
  •     Floskubak (flashback)
  •     Tollak (play; game)
  •     Búri (the first God)
  •     Sindri (a dwarf)
  •     Bjarke (bear)
  •     Colborn (burning log)
  •     Egil (inspires fright; the edge or point)
  •     Hakon (high son)
  •     Varg (wolf)

  •     Asger (spear of God)
  •     Ander (manly)
  •     Aksel (the father of peace)
  •     Astolf (love)
  •     Vidar (fighter in the woods)
  •     Colby (town of darkness)
  •     Bodolf (wolf leader)
  •     Jarle (nobleman)
  •     Freki (myth name of Odin’s wolf)
  •     Halstein (stony rock)
  •     Halvor (rock defender; protector)
  •     Arvid (tree of the eagle)
  •     Frode (enlightened or wise)
  •     Terje (spear of Thor)
  •     Bassi (big man/animal)
  •     Baldur (Norse God of Light and Love)
  •     Fiske (fish)
  •     Frey (lord)
  •     Canute (knot)
  •     Einar (warrior; leader)
  •     Sven (boy)
  •     Steinn (stone)
  •     Brynjar (warrior in armor)
  •     Brokk (myth name of a Dwarf)
  •     Olaf (relic; ancestor’s descendent)
  •     Odin (God of wisdom and war)
  •     Finn (wanderer)
  •     Hrolleif (old wolf)
  •     Vegard (protection)
  •     Oluf (descendant)
  •     Gunnolf (fighting wolf)
  •     Agnar (sharp)
  •     Sköll (a wolf that chased the sun)
  •     Carr (from the marsh)
  •     Magni(God of might and strength)
  •     Bialfi (fur/pelt)
  •     Welch (foreign person or stranger)
  •     Floki (saga name of a heroic Viking)
  •     Thiazi (a giant)
  •     Helge(holy; blessed)

Female Cat Names

  •     Linnea (lime tree, national flower of Sweden)
  •     Sigfrid (marvelous victory)
  •     Rane (queen; pure)
  •     Alva (feminine form of Alf)
  •     Sassa (divine beauty)
  •     Nava (beautiful)
  •     Andras (breath)
  •     Skadi (Goddess of Winter and of the Hunt)
  •     Are (precious one)
  •     Natuk (lovely, sweet)
  •     Finn (wanderer)
  •     Embla (elm tree)
  •     Ineko (sweet/cute)
  •     Asta (divine beauty)
  •     Mina/Minna (love)
  •     Saga (seeing one)
  •     Karita (charity; generous love)
  •     Ylva (female wolf)
  •     Vor (Goddess of Wisdom)
  •     Elli (challenged Thor)
  •     Eerika (ruling forever)
  •     Sienna (orange, red)
  •     Disa (active spirit)
  •     Freya (noble woman; Goddess of Love and Seduction)
  •     Trigve (meaning unknown)
  •     Aundy (new prosperity)
  •     Amr (dark, black)
  •     Hillevi (happy in war)
  •     Alba (white)
  •     Rana (slender)
  •     Tregul (tree gold; amber)
  •     Reidun (nest; lovely)
  •     Eira (merciful)
  •     Oili (divine woman)
  •     Manumina (sweet little fur under chin)
  •     Kari (chaste, pure)
  •     Eydis (goddess of good luck)
  •     Else (my god/perfection)
  •     Lovise(renowned warrior)
  •     Freja (like a lady)

  •     Alfhild (from the Old Norse name Alfhildr)
  •     Bryn (hill)
  •     Bestla (an ancient Frost Giantess)
  •     Aldis (knowing)
  •     Beyla (an elf)
  •     Unn (the beloved one)
  •     Anniken (Norwegian pet form of Anna)
  •     Astrid (divine beauty)
  •     Hertha (powerful woman)
  •     Nanna (courageous)
  •     Lene (illustrious)
  •     Aleksia (the defender, or helper of mankind)
  •     Annbjørg (variant of Arnbjørg)
  •     Anja (grace of God)
  •     Fricka (mother of all; protectress of children)
  •     Thora (like a thunder)
  •     Siri (marvelous victory)
  •     Liv (life)
  •     Amba (wakeful)
  •     Turid (good-looking)
  •     Dagny (brightness/joy)
  •     Blancheflor (white flower)
  •     Kolr (black/coal)
  •     Eilina (splendour)
  •     Eva (living, animal)
  •     Benedikte (blessed)
  •     Birget (protecting; strength; power)
  •     Tordis (Goddess of Thor)
  •     Borgny (help/new)
  •     Runa (secret love)
  •     Kari (pure; personification of wind)
  •     Selby (from the farm of willows)
  •     Ase (god-like)
  •     Pihka (to be in love with someone)
  •     Sif (wife of Thor; had beautiful hair)
  •     Verdani (in the making; that which is happening)
  •     Duri (to sleep)
  •     Tove (gorgeous)
  •     Gull (goddess)
  •     Theresia (to hunt, harvest)

If you still looking for more Norwegian names, we still have popular Norwegian cat names that could inspire you to find a perfect name for you cute kitten