Magnificant pronounce grr-kem, Origin: Turkish
Danish elf, Origin: English
Denise is a female given name. It is one of the feminine forms of the masculine name Denis or Dennis. The name Denise is said to be of French origin, though its root names are Dionysius in Greek and Dionysia in Latin. Dionysus is the pagan God of wine, and the name Denise means "to be devoted to Bacchus."
The name Rek is a baby boy name. The name Rek comes from the Danish origin. In Danish the meaning of the name Rek is: Warrior. An Old Danish name from the Viking age. Name Information.
Warrior. An Old Danish name from the Viking age., Origin: Danish
Origin of the name Daniela: Feminine form of Daniel, which is derived from the Hebrew dāni'ēl (God is my judge).
Danish meadow, Origin: Irish
Swedish Meaning: The name Rigmor is a Swedish baby name. In Swedish the meaning of the name Rigmor is: Name of a queen.
Name of danish queen, Origin: Danish
Anglo-Saxon Meaning: The name Denby is an Anglo-Saxon baby name. In Anglo-Saxon the meaning of the name Denby is: From the Danish settlement.
From the danish settlement, Origin: English
Halfdan ("half Dane") is an Old Norse masculine given name. In Beowulf it is spelled Healfdene, and in Latin sources Haldan. It may refer to: Mythical figures: Halfdan, legendary king of the Scyldings in Beowulf, who also appears in Norse mythology.
Half Danish., Origin: Danish
Comes from old Norse "bjart" meaning bright one or radiant. This is a variant of the Swedish Birgitta and the English Bridget. Famous real-life people named Birgitte: | Edit Share what you know!
Danish form of bridget, Origin: Danish