Tengel meaning and origin

Gender: Boy
Origin: Old Norse
Usage: Swedish and Norwegian
Meaning: Prince, King
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Tengel is a variant form of Þengill. Þengill is used substantially in Icelandic and Old Norse has origin in Old Norse, Þengill means "Prince, King".

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Tengel is an uncommon name around the globe.


Tengel in Nordic countries

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Numerological analysis of Tengel

Although you are the most sensitive person you know and get depressed easily, you can turn into the most inspiring and motivational person in a second. You are lagging behind on motivational front. You are persistent but without motivation, you won't accomplish anything. Don't forget to emind yourself of your life success, when facing hard times. Helping people, protecting nature and animals are your main preoccupation.

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