Agnar meaning and origin
Agnar is used particulary in Norwegian, Faroese, Icelandic, Swedish, Scandinavian, Danish and Finnish, Agnar means "Ruler with the Sword", a baby boy name is of Norwegian origin. Agnar is form of Agnarr. Also Agnarr is spelling variation of AGI;HER. Also Agnarr is spelling variation of EGG;HER.
Variants of AgnarNames that rhyme with Agnar
Popularity of Agnar
Agnar is a common baby name in Norway while it is somewhat familiar in Iceland. According to our research, at least 1000 people have been bestowed Agnar around the globe, concentrated mainly Nordic regions.
Agnar in Nordic countries
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What numbers say about Agnar?
You appreciate freedom and like to hang around open-minded people without prejudgments about others. Stress hates your guts. You are an ambitious person, who's driven by success and high aspirations. Number 3 as a personality no represents creativity, passion, extravagance, and positivity. You love to change and can't stand constancy and monotony. And you are respected for living according to your own rules.
Other names similar to Agnar
- Gissle is Swedish form of Gísl
- Nune is Greenlandic equivalent of Nûno
- Mimosa - Used especially in Swedish and Finnish, Mimosa is originated from Latin, Mimosa means "Flower or Mime + -Osa = Adjectival Suffix, So Called Because Some Species Fold Leaves when Touched, Seeming to Mimic Animal Behavior" is used mainly as a girl name
- Birtá is Sami cognate of Birta
- Skarpe is Danish, Old Norse and Swedish equivalent of Skarpi
Namesakes of Agnar
- Agnar Mykle, Norwegian author
- Agnar Sandmo, Norwegian economist at the Norwegian School of Economics
- Agnar Helgason, Icelandic scientist working with genetic anthropology