Birger meaning and origin
Dominantly used in Nordic, Greenlandic, Sami, Norwegian, Scandinavian, Swedish, German, Finnish, Old Norse and Danish atypical, Birger is used as a baby boy name has its roots in Old Norse, meaning of Birger is "Mountain, Helpers or The Element Biarga Meaning to Help". Birger is form of Birgir. Birgir is Old Norse equivalent of An Unknown First Element;Geir. Outlandish Birgir is originated from Old Norse, Birgir means "Mountain".
Variants of BirgerNames that rhyme with Birger
Popularity of Birger
Birger is an uncommon baby name in United States where it may not be used now. It had a short run of 10 years on Belgium boy names chart. Birger is a common name in Norway, Denmark, Sweden and Germany while somewhat familiar name in Finland. At least, 10000 people globally have carried Birger as their given name according to our findings.
Here's what numbers has to say about Birger
When it comes to romance, you are the most sensual partner. You keep your facade so you don't get too attached to people and experience disappointment, eventually. You are inspiring and have a strong charisma. You have unrealistic ideas but lack the enthusiasm and motivation to realize any of them. You hate working in a team because you know that working alone brings out the best of you. Having letter B as your cornerstone means having the gentlest heart ever.
Other names similar to Birger, for soon-to-be-parents
- Edel - Prevailing unisex name Edel is substantially used in Norwegian and Swedish, Edel means "Noble"
- Ode - Used in Danish and Frisian age-old and widely accepted, Ode came from Old English and German, Ode means "Possession or Wealth" is aimed at boys
- Malva - Unusual Malva came from Latin and English is predominantly used in English, Norwegian and Scandinavian and a baby girl name, meaning of Malva is "Composition Of Court, Eyebrow or Mallow, Hollyhock"
- Ovin - Boy name Ovin is originated from German and is used mainly in Hindi and Swedish languages, Ovin means "Rich or Friend"
- Nel - The rare girl name Nel is originated from Latin and Old English, Nel means "God is with Us" is predominantly used in Swedish and Norwegian
Namesakes of Birger
- Birger Brosa, jarl of Sweden 1174–1202, d
- Birger Furugård, Swedish politician and veterinarian
- Birger Sandzén, (February 5, 1871 – June 22, 1954
- Birger Ekstedt, Birger Ekstedt began his political career as a cultural-conservative member of the right-wing youth organisation
- Birger Bergersen, Norwegian anatomist and politician for the Labour Party
- Birger Ljungberg, Norwegian Minister of Defence 1939–1941
- Birger Kildal, Norwegian attorney and businessman
- Birger Meidell, professor and a member of The Norwegian Science Academy
- Birger Stuevold-Hansen, Norwegian Minister of Trade from 1919 to 1920
- Birger Sellin, first functionally non-verbal person with autism to become a published author
- Birger Bohlin, Swedish palaeontologist
- Birger Dahlerus, Swedish businessman
- Birger Haug, Norwegian high jumper
- Birger Leirud, Norwegian high jumper
- Birger Carlstedt, Finnish pioneer of Modern Art
- Birger Halvorsen, Norwegian high jumper
- Birger Brodtkorb, Norwegian track and field athlete
- Birger Breivik, Norwegian politician for the Christian Democratic Party
- Birger Wasenius, Finnish World Champion in speed skating
- Birger A. Pearson, American scholar and professor studying early Christianity and Gnosticism
- Birger Var, Norwegian rower
- Birger Gregersson, was Archbishop of Uppsala, Sweden
- Birger Møller-Pedersen, computer scientist and professor at the University of Oslo
- Birger Jarl, Officeholder
- Birger Nordholm, Swedish-American founding director of the Swedish National Tourist Office
- Birger Ruud, Norwegian ski jumper
- Birger Sjöberg, Swedish poet, novelist and songwriter
- Birger Nerman, Swedish archaeologist, professor, and author
- Birger Braadland, Norwegian politician for the Agrarian Party
- Birger Madsen, Norwegian former professional football defender
- Birger Jensen, Danish retired footballer
- Birger Eriksen, Norwegian officer
- Birger Sörvik, Swedish gymnast
- Birger Larsen, Danish former football player
- Birger Malmsten, Swedish actor
- Birger Maertens, Belgian footballer
- Birger Holmqvist, Swedish ice hockey and bandy player
- Birger Blom is notable for his acting in movie Totuus on armoton
- In 1963, Birger Løvaas played the role of Martin in comedy flick Freske fraspark.
- Birger Hammer, from 1920 crime, drama film Können Gedanken töten?, who played the N.