MANN

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Name Element

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Origin and Meaning

Germanic name element

See also MUND

When used as a last element, MANN is sometimes used to build an affectionate form of a name [1]

Old Norse

maðr = 'man' [2] [3]

Old Swedish

maþer = 'man', 'human being' [4]

Old High German

man = 'man'

Related Names

See Manni

Combinations

Name
Element    
Example
ADAL see Adelmann (German)
AST see Ástmann
AUD see Auðmann
AUST see Austmaðr
BJÖRN see Mannbjørn
BJÖRT see Manbert and Bjartmann
BORG see Bergmann
BRUN see Brúnmaðr
DAG see Dagmann
DAL see Dalmann
DRENG see Drengmaðr
DRUP see Manderup
FAR see Farmaðr
FREJ see Freymann
FRID see Friedemann (German) and Manfried (German)
HALL see Hallmann
HANS see Hanseman
HARD see Hartman (German)
HEID see Heiðmann
HER see Heriman (German)
HILD see Hildeman (German)
KRIST see Kristman
LID see Liðsmaðr
LILL see Lilleman
NOR see Norðmaðr (Norse) and Nordmann (German) and Norman (English)
NY see Neumann (German)
ODD see Oddmann
OL see Olmann
ROS see Rósmann
SE see Sæmann
SIG see Sigurmann
SOL see Salmann
SOLI see Sólimann
STEIN see Steinmann
VEST see Vestmaðr
VIG see Vígmaðr
VIN see Wineman (English)
ÆIST see Æistmaðr
ÞJOÐ see Theotman (German)
ÞOR see Mandor and Tormann

See also Gnauðimaðr, Neander, Sechmann, Ulusimât

First Element Forms

Man- Mann-

Last Element Forms

-maðr -maður
-man -mand -mann -manna -mannía
-mât -maat

References

  1. Gulbrand Alhaug: 10 001 navn - Norsk fornavnleksikon (2011)
  2. Lena Peterson: Nordiskt runnamnslexikon (2002)
  3. Leiv Heggstad, Finn Hødnebø og Erik Simensen: Norrøn Ordbok (1997)
  4. Eva Brylla: Förnamn i Sverige (2004)