Borg

Borg meaning and origin

Gender: Unisex, both Boy and Girl
Origin: Old Norse
Usage: Icelandic, Swedish, Norwegian and Finnish
Meaning: From the Fortified Hill Or Castle
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Used prevalently in Finnish, Swedish, Icelandic and Norwegian, Borg has origin in Old Norse, a gender insensitive name, Borg means "From the Fortified Hill Or Castle". Borg is form of Björg. Björg is equivalent of Bjǫrg in Icelandic and Swedish languages.

Variants of Borg

Borj, Björg, Bjǫrg, Bjørg

Names that rhyme with Borg

Popularity of Borg

Borg is a rare name around the globe. As per our evaluation, over 100 people has been named Borg globally.

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What numbers say about Borg?

People believe you are cold-hearted and emotionless but the truth is the opposite. Fighting you own battles like a lone wolf makes you feel strong and confident. You are the most sensitive person but prefer to keep it secret so you don't give people a chance to take advantage of you. Learn how to trust people more. You are a jealous and passionate lover. You are truthful and prefer the cold truth over warm lies.

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