Aagot meaning and origin
Aagot is variant of Ågot. Ågot is Norwegian cognate of Agathe.
Variants of AagotNames that rhyme with Aagot
Popularity of Aagot
Aagot is a rare baby name in United States where it may not be used now as it was last seen in 1915. According to our evaluation, over 600 babies have been named Aagot globally, concentrated mainly Nordic regions.
Aagot in Nordic countries
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Numerological analysis of Aagot
If letter T stands at the end of your name, you are probably the slowest, cautious, and discreet person in the world. You need to practice listening. Don't judge someone the moment you meet the person but give people time to prove their value. You are always open to experience something new. You don't wait on destiny to decide for you. You decide for you. You have trust issues and anger management problem that you seem to be handling pretty well.
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Namesakes of Aagot
- Aagot Børseth, Norwegian actress
- Aagot Didriksen, Norwegian theatre actress and film actress of the 1930s