Name Statistics

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Here you will find references to annual popularity tables for the Nordic countries, both for recent and previous years.

If you are interested in the usage of a particular name over several years, please look at name page directly - e.g. using the search function - information will be given there. Absence of statistics information normally means that a name is not very common.

All data originates form the national statistics offices, please refer to the references for further information.

Contents

Danish Statistics

The most popular names in Denmark in 2012 were Sofia and William. Find out more in the annual name statistics tables.


Faroese Statistics

The most popular names in the Faroese Islands in 2012 were Anna and Jónas. Find out more in the annual name statistics tables.


Finnish Statistics

The most popular names in Finland of 2012 were Ella and Onni. Find out more in the annual name statistics tables.


Greenlandic Statistics

The most popular names in Greenland from 2001 to 2010 were Ivaana and Malik. Find out more in the annual name statistics tables.


Icelandic Statistics

The most popular names in Iceland in 2012 were Emilía/Emelía and Aron. Find out more in the annual name statistics tables.


Norwegian Statistics

The most popular names in Norway in 2013 were Emma and Filip. Find out more in the annual name statistics tables.


Swedish Statistics

The most popular names in Sweden in 2013 were Alice and Lucas. Find out more in the annual name statistics tables.