Tofte is a surname of Norwegian origin which may refer to:
Christiania may refer to:
Peer or peeress may refer to:
Holst and von Holst are surnames. In Denmark and Norway they are of Medieval origin, meaning Holsatian. They may refer to:
Onstad is a Norwegian surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Mathias, a given name and a surname which is a variant of Matthew (name), may refer to:
Toft may refer to:
Tufte is a surname of Norwegian origin. Notable people with the name include:
Jorgensen or Joergensen is a common Danish-Norwegian patronymic surname meaning "son of Jørgen". Jørgensen is the tenth most common surname in Denmark, shared by about 1.8% of the population. It is also the twenty second most common surname in Norway. Scandinavian immigrants to English-speaking countries often changed the spelling to Jorgensen or Jorgenson in order to accommodate English orthographic rules. Similarly, mass media in English often render Jørgensen as Jorgensen. It may refer to:
Jensen is a surname of Danish origin meaning son of Jens. In 2001 it was the most common surname in Denmark, but nowadays it is the second most common surname in Denmark, where it is shared by about 5% of the population. It is also very common in other Scandinavian countries such as Norway, where it is the ninth most common surname, but nevertheless shared by about 5% of the population. The name is also in use in the Faroe Islands.
Hansen or Hanssen is a Scandinavian patronymic surname, meaning son of Hans. As of 2008, it is the third most common surname in Denmark, shared by 4.3% of the population. As of 2000, Hansen is the single most common surname in Norway, not counting spelling variations such as Hanssen, which are also quite common. In the Faroe Islands Hansen is the second most common surname, while in the North German federal states of Schleswig-Holstein and Hamburg Hansen is the third and fifth most common surname, respectively. In Sweden the parallel form is Hansson. The frequent occurrences of Hansen as a surname outside Denmark, Norway and Schleswig-Holstein is due to immigration, though Nordic immigrants to English-speaking countries often anglicised their names to Hanson in order to accommodate English orthographic rules.
Christiansen is a Danish and Norwegian patronymic surname, literally meaning son of Christian. The spelling variant Kristiansen has identical pronunciation. Christiansen is the sixteenth most common name in Denmark, but is shared by less than 1% of the population.
Foss is a common surname of Scandinavian origin. Foss may refer to:
Carlsen is a Danish-Norwegian patronymic surname meaning "son of Carl". The form Karlsen is cognate. The parallel Swedish forms are Carlsson and Karlsson.
Jepsen is a Danish–Norwegian patronymic surname meaning "son of Jep". A homonymous form is Jebsen. The surname Jepsen has alternate spellings, including the English language Jepson. Jepsen may refer to:
Dahl or Dahle is a surname of Germanic origin. Dahl, which means valley in the North Germanic languages, is common in Germany, Norway, Denmark, Sweden and the Faroe Islands. The origin of the German forms Dahl and Dahle may have been in medieval Westphalia. In Germany about 11 places are called Dahl. In the Netherlands, a suburb of the city of Nijmegen is called "Heyerdaal", in which "daal" also means "valley". Other examples are "Bloemendaal," "Rozendaal," and "Roosendaal." There are several variations as it was common to add a suffix to Dahl in order to denote the name bearer's original locale or occupation. You also find several variations of -dahl used with prefixes.
Tuft is a surname. Notable people with the name include:
Jolly is a synonym for "Happy".
Danielsen is a Nordic surname, originally meaning son of Daniel. Notable people with the surname include:
Due is a surname. Notable people with the name include:
Ims is a Norwegian surname. Notable people with the surname include: