Swedish Baby Names

Top Swedish Baby Names 2016

Rank Name
1 Dahlia
2 Elise
3 Freja
4 Eira
5 Casper
6 Camilla
7 Salomon
8 Stefan
9 Runa
10 Vidar
11 Agneta
12 Einar
13 Karina
14 Acke
15 Ellinor
16 Nea
17 Egil
18 Emelie
19 Erling
20 Niklas
21 Ruben
22 Siri
23 Anja
24 Ansgar
25 Ase
26 Asta
27 Carin
28 Carola
29 Edvard
30 Fredrik
31 Kerstin
32 Linnea
33 Rita
34 Saga
35 Staffan
36 Stina
37 Svante
38 Agda
39 Alvar
40 Arvid
41 Barbro
42 Birger
43 Cajsa
44 Elin
45 Hella
46 Jonna
47 Lasse
48 Pernilla
49 Ronja
50 Sanna
51 Sassa
52 Ake
53 Bengta
54 Carita
55 Claes
56 Dag
57 Edit
58 Edvin
59 Elof
60 Embla
61 Enok
62 Folke
63 Fritjof
64 Gjord
65 Gosta
66 Halvar
67 Hampus
68 Harald
69 Hedda
70 Hemming
71 Hjalmar
72 Janne
73 Jerk
74 Kare
75 Kjerstin
76 Linn
77 Lotta
78 Ludde
79 Majken
80 Margareta
81 Mikkel
82 Moa
83 My
84 Nils
85 Peder
86 Ragna
87 Roffe
88 Sten
89 Stigr
90 Strom
91 Torbjorn
92 Ulla
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Rank Name
11 Agneta
12 Einar
13 Karina
14 Acke
15 Ellinor
16 Nea
17 Egil
18 Emelie
19 Erling
20 Niklas

Sweden takes you as close to the Arctic Circle as possible! From the country of meatballs, Pippi Longstocking, ice-hockey and Ikea comes an old naming tradition, based on Vikings and Norse mythology!

Swedish Background

Officially called the Kingdom of Sweden, with Stockholm as the capital, this constitutional monarchy located on the Scandinavian Peninsula in Northern Europe is the third largest country in European Union area-wise. Sometimes called the most atheist country in Europe, up to 85 percent people of the 9.5 million population do not believe in God. Despite being covered in snow most of the time, Sweden is a highly advanced country, represented by such titans as Anders Celsius and Alfred Nobel in science, Astrid Lindgren and Stieg

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