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Axel is a Scandinavian, German, French, and Dutch masculine given name. In Estonia, Denmark, and Norway the spelling Aksel is more common. The Finnish form of the name is Akseli. A French feminine form is Axelle.

Aanya, Anya or Anja is a given name. The names are feminine in most East European countries and unisex in several African countries.

The surname Rasmussen is a Danish surname, meaning Rasmus' son. It is the ninth-most-common surname in Denmark, shared by about 1.9% of the population.

Pedersen is a Danish and Norwegian patronymic surname, literally meaning "son of Peder". It is the fourth most common surname in Denmark, shared by about 3.4% of the population, and the sixth most common in Norway. It is of similar origin as the surname Petersen.

Jansen is a Dutch/Flemish and Low German patronymic surname meaning son of Jan, a common derivative of Johannes. It is equivalent to the English surname Johnson. The near homonyms "Jensen" and "Jansson" are its Danish, Norwegian and Swedish counterparts.

The masculine given name Sander is a variant of Alexander, used in the Dutch-speaking areas of Europe, as well as Norway and Estonia. As of 1 January 2021, it is the 34th most common masculine given name in Estonia. The feminine version is Sandra; there is another masculine version in some countries: Sandro.

ChristensenDanish pronunciation:[ˈkʰʁestn̩sn̩], is a Danish patronymic surname, literally meaning son of Christen, a sideform of Christian. The spelling variant Kristensen has identical pronunciation. Christensen is the sixth most common name in Denmark, shared by about 2% of the population. In Norway and Sweden the name can also be spelled Christenson or Kristenson.

Johann / German

The name Kai or Cai has various origins and meanings in different cultures:

Rune is a unisex, though predominantly masculine given name derived from the Old Norse word rún, meaning "secret". It is earliest attested in a runestone as runi. It is a common name in Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and popular in Belgium, where it ranked in top thirty names for baby boys in 2006 and was the tenth most popular name for boys in 2006 in the Flemish Region of Belgium. Rúni, a variant of the name, was among the ten most popular names given to baby boys in the Faroe Islands, Denmark, in 2007. In the United States, Rune is a much less common name- in 2021 there were only 35 baby boys and only 9 baby girls named Rune. Notable people with the name include:

Stine is a name. Notable people with the name include:

Gert is a mainly masculine given name with some female bearers.

<span class="mw-page-title-main">Herning</span> City in Denmark

Herning is a Danish town in the Central Denmark Region of the Jutland peninsula. It is the main town and the administrative seat of Herning Municipality. Herning has a population of 51,193 including the suburbs of Tjørring, Snejbjerg, Lind, Birk, Hammerum, and Gjellerup, making Herning the 11th most populous urban area in Denmark.

Nina is a feminine given name with various origins and alternate spellings accordingly. Nina may also serve as a short form of names ending in "-nina/-ina", including Antonina, Clementina, Constantina, Giannina, etc.; it can also serve as a diminutive form of Anna.

Events from the year 1979 in Denmark.

Lund is a common surname, principally of Danish, Swedish, Norwegian and English origin. As a common noun lund means grove in all North Germanic languages. Lund can be English and can be Scandinavian surname. Also Scandinavian and English surnames can have a particle lund. Lund may refer to:

Heidi is a Germanic feminine given name. It became an internationally popular first name as a direct result of the Swiss children's book, Heidi. It can sometimes be an affectionate diminutive of the name Adelheid, which means "nobility" or, more loosely, "of noble birth". The name began to be used in the English-speaking world shortly after the 1937 Shirley Temple movie adaptation of the novel. In German-speaking countries, Heidi is also used as a diminutive for other names, such as Heidrun, Heidelinde, and Heidemarie.

Espen is a Norwegian masculine given name. In Norway it reached the peak of its popularity between 1970 and 1990, during which period approximately 1.1% of children were given that name.

Preben is a given name of Slavic origin (vendic/sorbian) most common in Denmark were it arrived around 1350 from the neighbouring Germany. Notable people with the name include:

Kristine variant of Christine, is a feminine given name. It may refer to: