Audunn meaning and origin

Gender: Unisex, both Boy and Girl
Origin: Old Norse, Old English, Scandinavian and Latin
Usage: Norwegian, Swedish, Danish and Old Norse
Meaning: Prosperous, Diminutive of Vincent, Wealth and Love
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Audunn is a variant of Auðun. Auðun is equivalent of Auðin in Icelandic and Old Norse languages. Audunn came from Old Norse bestowed upon both genders is commonly used in Old Norse, Danish, Norwegian and Swedish. Audunn is amalgamation of rare AUD and UNN. UNN is a variation of Unnr, which itself is form of Unr in Old Norse language. UNN is form of Unr in Old Norse language.

Variants of Audunn

Auðun, Auðin, Audun, Sóleyð, *Auðvin, Unnarr, Audon, Auden, Unnar

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Popularity of Audunn

Audunn is an uncommon name around the world.


What numerology tells about Audunn?

You can't imagine yourself tied to one person for the rest of your life. Details matter to you, especially when it comes to choosing your love partner. You never come up with a plan to achieve something but make your way as you go. You are always excited about new beginnings, challenges, unexpected problems and complex situations that require thinking outside the box and finding a creative solution.

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