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The land of fjords, picturesque towns, trolls and amazing food also boasts some pretty damn magical baby names. Case in point: These ultra unique and beautiful monikers that are perfect for your little jentebaby (that’s baby girl in Norwegian).

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Maiken Norwegian girl name
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Maiken

This Norwegian version of Maria (pronounced MIE-ken) means “rebellious woman,” which is all kinds of badass.

Birgit Norwegian baby girl in flower field
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Birgit

Pronounced BEER-git and means “powerful” or “strong.” In other words, pretty perfect for your tough cookie.

Cute Norwegian baby girl
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Runa

An Old Norse name (pronounced ROO-na) that means “secret tradition.” Ooh, mysterious.

Cute toddler girl Terese laughing
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Terese

This Scandi version of Teresa is pronounced te-RES.

Norwegian baby girl Hella lying in bed
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Hella

Pronounced HE-la—but only hella cool parents need apply.

Norwegian baby girl Elin playing piano
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Elin

A sweet Scandi version of Helen that’s pronounced EH-lin.

Baby girl named Else playing peek a boo
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Else

Sounds a lot like a certain Disney princess, right?

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Baby girl Anja
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Anja

Pronounced AHN-yah and means “gracious.”

Norwegian baby girl Solvig lying in bed with stuffed animal
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Solvi

Means “from the house of strength,” which makes total sense. (Oh, and it’s pronounced SAWL-vi.)

Norwegian baby girl named Mette
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Mette

Pronounced ME-te, this super-sweet name belongs to the Crown Princess of Norway.

Baby girl Viola playing with a rattle
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Viola

The Norwegians pronounce it vie-O-lə (vie rhymes with “see”).

Astrid baby girl name
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Astrid

Sweet and sophisticated all at once.

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