Name Brynjar - meaning, origin, popularity 

Brynjar name meaning

✍  Updated on:March 13th, 2022
Gender: Boy
Origin: Old Norse
Usage: Scandinavian, Icelandic, Faroese, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian and Finnish
Pronunciation: BRIN-yar
Meaning: Armor and Warrior
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What does Brynjar mean?

Brynjar dominantly is used in Faroese, Scandinavian, Danish, Icelandic, Norwegian, Swedish and Finnish is a boy name, meaning of Brynjar is "Armor or Warrior" is rooted from Old Norse. Brynjar is version of Brynjarr. Also Brynjarr is variant spelling of BRYN;HER.

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How do I pronounce Brynjar?

You can pronounce the two syllabled name Brynjar as BRIN-yar. There should be emphasis on first BRIN syllable while speaking.

Variants of Brynjar

Brynjard, Brynjarr

Names that rhyme with Brynjar

How popular is the name Brynjar?

Brynjar is a familiar baby name in Iceland and Norway. At least, 1000 people around the globe have been given the name as per our findings, concentrated mainly Nordic regions.


Brynjar in Nordic countries

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Numerological aspects of Brynjar

You are an example of how a true friend and perfect lover should look like if no 6 is your personality number. You fall in and out of love easily but without hard feelings. Your motto is "Why fight when you can solve issues the better way?" You are the peacemaker in your society. You are the mover and shaker of the world. Having number 1 as your soul urge no reveals your deep desire to prove yourself to other people and acquire their acceptance.

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Famous people named Brynjar

  • Brynjar Meling, Norwegian lawyer
  • Brynjar Gunnarsson, Icelandic former footballer
  • Brynjar Aa, Norwegian dramatist

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