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160 Norwegian Cat Names

Here is a collection of most popular Norwegian male/female cat names, along with their meanings.

Norwegian Male Cat Names

  • Halstein (stony rock)
  • Amund (bridal gift)
  • Bausi (proud)
  • Canute (knot)
  • Oluf (descendant)
  • Welch (foreign person or stranger)
  • Terje (spear of Thor)
  • Vidar (fighter in the woods)
  • Aslak (saga name of a supporter of Thorgest)
  • Flosi (saga name of a Chieftain)
  • Modi (God of rage)
  • Floskubak (flashback)
  • Kare (curvy)
  • Destin (determined)
  • Fiske (fish)
  • Asmund (divine protection)
  • Finn (wanderer)
  • Magni(God of might and strength)
  • Bodil (mighty ruler)
  • Baldur (Norse God of Light and Love)
  • Dag (day)
  • Fritjof (one who steals peace)
  • Mikkel (God-like)
  • Odin (God of wisdom and war)
  • Máni (God of moon)
  • Floki (saga name of a heroic Viking)
  • Búri (the first God)
  • Thiazi (a giant)
  • Bassi (big man/animal)
  • Aricin (son of the eternal king)
  • Skirnir (the shining one)
  • Kleng (claw; has claws)
  • Eirik (forever strong)
  • Forseti (God of justice, peace and truth)
  • Albrikt (all wise)
  • Jens (variant of John)
  • Carr (from the marsh)
  • Aksel (the father of peace)
  • Helge(holy; blessed)
  • Freki (myth name of Odin’s wolf)
  • Halvor (rock defender; protector)

  • Brokk (myth name of a Dwarf)
  • Hakon (high son)
  • Hrolf (wolf)
  • Agnar (sharp)
  • Vali (God of revenge)
  • Bragi (God of poetry)
  • Sindri (a dwarf)
  • Egil (inspires fright; the edge or point)
  • Ander (manly)
  • Frode (enlightened or wise)
  • Astolf (love)
  • Hrolleif (old wolf)
  • Bodolf (wolf leader)
  • Einar (warrior; leader)
  • Olaf (relic; ancestor’s descendent)
  • Svart (black)
  • Colden (coal town)
  • Loki (Trickster & God of Mischief and Fire)
  • Ivar (archer; a Norse God)
  • Brynjar (warrior in armor)
  • Burnaby (estate of the warrior)
  • Frey (lord)
  • Gunnar (fighter)
  • Bialfi (fur/pelt)
  • Asger (spear of God)
  • Bjarke (bear)
  • Breidr (broad or fat)
  • Arvid (tree of the eagle)
  • Arkin (the eternal king’s son)
  • Sven (boy)
  • Varg (wolf)
  • Bjorn (bear)
  • Colby (town of darkness)
  • Gunnolf (fighting wolf)
  • Sköll (a wolf that chased the sun)
  • Vegard (protection)
  • Tyr (ancient God of War)
  • Magnus (fighter)
  • Steinn (stone)
  • Tollak (play; game)
  • Colborn (burning log)
  • Jarle (nobleman)

Norwegian Female Cat Names

  • Oili (divine woman)
  • Alva (feminine form of Alf)
  • Eilina (splendour)
  • Bryn (hill)
  • Eydis (goddess of good luck)
  • Thora (like a thunder)
  • Saga (seeing one)
  • Sigfrid (marvelous victory)
  • Astrid (divine beauty)
  • Sif (wife of Thor; had beautiful hair)
  • Karita (charity; generous love)
  • Nava (beautiful)
  • Anniken (Norwegian pet form of Anna)
  • Ylva (female wolf)
  • Trigve (meaning unknown)
  • Rana (slender)
  • Tove (gorgeous)
  • Alba (white)
  • Amr (dark, black)
  • Eerika (ruling forever)
  • Dagny (brightness/joy)
  • Finn (wanderer)
  • Unn (the beloved one)
  • Vor (Goddess of Wisdom)
  • Runa (secret love)
  • Annbjørg (variant of Arnbjørg)
  • Mina/Minna (love)
  • Sienna (orange, red)
  • Beyla (an elf)
  • Siri (marvelous victory)
  • Blancheflor (white flower)
  • Verdani (in the making; that which is happening)
  • Borgny (help/new)
  • Benedikte (blessed)
  • Fricka (mother of all; protectress of children)
  • Sassa (divine beauty)
  • Aldis (knowing)
  • Andras (breath)
  • Freja (like a lady)

  • Duri (to sleep)
  • Nanna (courageous)
  • Turid (good-looking)
  • Disa (active spirit)
  • Tregul (tree gold; amber)
  • Skadi (Goddess of Winter and of the Hunt)
  • Freya (noble woman; Goddess of Love and Seduction)
  • Lovise(renowned warrior)
  • Linnea (lime tree, national flower of Sweden)
  • Anja (grace of God)
  • Embla (elm tree)
  • Gull (goddess)
  • Birget (protecting; strength; power)
  • Hillevi (happy in war)
  • Natuk (lovely, sweet)
  • Selby (from the farm of willows)
  • Theresia (to hunt, harvest)
  • Manumina (sweet little fur under chin)
  • Kari (pure; personification of wind)
  • Elli (challenged Thor)
  • Rane (queen; pure)
  • Kolr (black/coal)
  • Reidun (nest; lovely)
  • Ase (god-like)
  • Aundy (new prosperity)
  • Eira (merciful)
  • Bestla (an ancient Frost Giantess)
  • Ineko (sweet/cute)
  • Eva (living, animal)
  • Kari (chaste, pure)
  • Hertha (powerful woman)
  • Alfhild (from the Old Norse name Alfhildr)
  • Amba (wakeful)
  • Aleksia (the defender, or helper of mankind)
  • Liv (life)
  • Else (my god/perfection)
  • Asta (divine beauty)
  • Are (precious one)
  • Tordis (Goddess of Thor)
  • Lene (illustrious)
  • Pihka (to be in love with someone)