Anund meaning and origin

Gender: Boy
Origin: Old Norse, Hebrew and Persian
Usage: Swedish, Danish, Norwegian and Old DanishOld SwedishFinnish
Meaning: An Atom, A Prefix, To Gain, Auspicious Mahurat, Moment Especially for  Performing Rituals, To be Clever, Knowledge, Wisdom and Merciful
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Anund is form of Anundr in Danish and Swedish languages.

Variants of Anund

Amund, Agmund, Ámundi, Anundr, *Ǫnnundr, Agmundr, Åmund

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Popularity of Anund

Anund is an uncommon name which might be exclusive to Mauritius. According to our estimate, at least 200 people have been bestowed Anund around the globe.


Anund in Nordic countries

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What numbers say about Anund?

You respond to occurrences in an unusual, impulsive but also creative way. Practice solitude and learn to survive on your own. You believe that nothing is impossible until your heart beats. Your stability is something most people envy you for. Unfortunately, you are not a keeper because you don't know how to love a person. Failure is a part of success. And you should have known this by now. You are always open to experience something new.

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Namesakes of Anund

    Anund Uppsale, 'Anund of Uppsala',
  • Anund Jacob,
  • Anund C. Roark, United States Army soldier and a recipient of the United States military's highest decoration—the Medal of Honor—for his actions

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