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Popular Baby Names in the Faroe Islands, 2019 –

Popular Baby Names in the Faroe Islands, 2019 – | Name News | Scoop.it
According to Statistics Faroe Islands, the most popular baby names last year in the Faroe Islands — the North Atlantic archipelago that belongs to Denmark — were Anna and Jónas. Here ar…
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Unique Baby Names: Fresh From the Faroes

Unique Baby Names: Fresh From the Faroes | Name News | Scoop.it
What’s hot in the Faroe Islands? Well… not much, if you’re talking about the weather! This autonomous Danish territory, located in the North Atlantic about halfway between Norway and Iceland, reaches a mean temperature of just 50°F during the summer months. But if it’s unique and unconventional baby names you’re interested in, the recently released …
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Blog - Nordic Names Wiki - Name Origin, Meaning and Statistics

Blog - Nordic Names Wiki - Name Origin, Meaning and Statistics | Name News | Scoop.it
We updated our list of approved Faroese names. Have a look!

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Silvurlín

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Pinterest Origin: Old Norse, Faroese Meaning: it's likely a combination of Old Norse silfr (silver) and   lín (flax, linen) meanin
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What a coincidence - just today, there was a Silverlynn on For Real Baby Names.

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Blog - Nordic Names Wiki - Name Origin, Meaning and Statistics

Blog - Nordic Names Wiki - Name Origin, Meaning and Statistics | Name News | Scoop.it
Eva and Jákup! The Faroese statistics list of 2018 is online!

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Silvurlín –

Silvurlín – | Name News | Scoop.it
Silvurlín is a Faroese female name, either a combination of Old Norse elements silfr (silver) and lín (flax, linen) meaning "silver linen" or "silver flax", or it could be the Faroese form of Silvelin, a German diminutive of Silvia, the feminine form of Silvius meaning "wood, forest". Origin: Proto-Germanic, Proto-Indo-European  
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Faroese Statistics of 2017 - Nordic Names Wiki - Name Origin, Meaning and Statistics

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