Norwegian Submitted Surnames

Norwegian names are used in the country of Norway in northern Europe. See also about Scandinavian names.
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AA Norwegian
Derived from aa, an obsolete spelling of Norwegian å "small river, stream".
AABERG Danish, Norwegian
Danish and Norwegian cognate of ÅBERG.
AABY Norwegian, Danish
From a place called Aaby or Åby, from Old Norse á "small river, stream" and býr "farm".
AADLAND Norwegian
Derived from a place called Ådland, from Old Norse Árland "land by the river".
AAMODT Norwegian
Combination of aa, an obsolete spelling of Norwegian å "small river, stream" and møte "meeting".
AARHUS Norwegian
Derived from any of the farms so named, from Old Norse á "river" and hús "house, farmstead".
AAS Norwegian, Danish
Variant spelling of ÅS.
AASEN Norwegian
Means "the ridge" in Norwegian. Definite singular form of AAS.
ÅKER Swedish (Rare), Norwegian (Rare)
From Swedish and Norwegian åker "plowed field".
ALFSEN Norwegian
Norwegian cognate of ALFSSON.
ALFSTAD Norwegian (Rare)
Possibly a combination of the given name Alf and stad "city, town".
ANDRESEN Norwegian
Means "son of ANDRE".
ÅS Swedish, Norwegian, Danish
Means "ridge, hill" in the Scandinavian languages.
ASPLUND Swedish, Norwegian (Rare)
Combination of Swedish asp "aspen" and lund "grove".
AUNE Norwegian
Derived from Old Norse auðn "wasteland, desolate place".
AWSUMB Norwegian
Norwegian habitation surname. Åsum/Aasum/Aasumb is a common place name in Scandinavia, generally referring to an ancient farm or homestead. Derived from Old Norse aas ‘hill’ + um ‘around’. Norwegian emigrants from the Åsum farm in the traditional district of Vinger (Hedmark, Norway) adopted the Anglicized spelling ‘Awsumb’ after arriving in North America in the 19th and 20th Centuries.
BAKKE Norwegian
Means "slope, hillside" in Norwegian.
BAKKEN Norwegian
Definite singular form of BAKKE.
BAY Danish, Norwegian (Rare)
Likely a reduced form of German BAYER.
BENDTSDATTER Danish (Archaic), Norwegian (Archaic)
Strictly feminine patronymic for Bendt.
BERNTSEN Norwegian, Danish
Means "son of BERNT".
BIRKELAND Norwegian
Derived from Old Norse birki "birch" and land "farm, land". Birkeland is the name of a village and parish in western Norway. The parish got it's name from an old farm. The parish church was built on the same spot where the farm once was.
BJØRKLUND Norwegian
From any of several farms named with Norwegian bjørk "birch" and lund "grove".
Norwegian
Variant of BØE. A notable bearer is Norwegian biathlete Tarjei Bø (b. 1988).
BØE Norwegian
Derived from Old Norse býr "farm, village, settlement" or búa "to reside".
BØEN Norwegian
Habitational name from the common farm name Bøen, simply meaning "the farm" (ultimately derived from Old Norse býr "farm, village, settlement" and the definite article -en).
BOMENGEN English (American), Norwegian (Rare)
Name created from during immigration from Norway to the United States in either the late 19th or early 20th century meaning, "The farm with the big gate."
BONDE Norwegian (Rare)
From a farm named Bonde, named with Old Norse bóndi "farmer" and vin "meadow".
BORGEDALEN Norwegian (Rare)
Combination of Norwegian borg "fortification, castle" and dal "valley".
BORSHEIM Norwegian (Rare)
Habitational name from either of two farmsteads in Norway: Borsheim in Rogaland and Børsheim in Hordaland. Borsheim is a combination of an unknown first element and Norwegian heim "home", while Børsheim is a combination of Old Norse byrgi "fence, enclosure" and heim.
BRAGER Norwegian (Rare)
From the name of any of the various farmsteads in eastern Norway, which may have derived their name from a river name meaning "roaring", "thundering".
BRÅTHEN Norwegian
Derived from Old Norse broti "land cleared for cultivation by burning". This was a common farm name in southeastern Norway.
BREKKE Norwegian
Derived from Old Norse brekka meaning "hill, slope".
BREVIK Norwegian
Habitational name from any of several farms named Brevik, from Norwegian bred "broad" and vik "bay".
BYBERG Norwegian, Swedish (Rare)
Combination of Swedish and Norwegian by "village" and berg "mountain".
CLEVELAND Norwegian (Anglicized)
Americanized spelling of Norwegian Kleiveland or Kleveland, habitational names from any of five farmsteads in Agder and Vestlandet named with Old Norse kleif "rocky ascent" or klefi "closet" (an allusion to a hollow land formation) and land "land".
CONRADI German, Danish (Rare), Norwegian (Rare)
Derived from a patronymic from the given name Konrad.
DAAE Literature, Norwegian, Danish (Rare), Swedish (Rare)
Norwegian surname, originating in Trondheim in the 17th century. Also a variant of Daa, the name of a Danish noble family which originated in Southern Jutland in the 14th century. ... [more]
DALE Norwegian, Danish
Habitational name from any of the various farmsteads called Dale in Norway. Derived from Old Norse dalr "valley".
DRAG Norwegian (Rare)
Habitational name from any of several farms named Drag. The place name is related to Old Norse draga "to pull" (compare modern Norwegian dra with the same meaning) and originally denoted a place where boats were pulled along a river or across an isthmus.
ECKLAND English (Rare), Norwegian (Anglicized, Rare, Expatriate), Swedish (Anglicized, Expatriate)
Possibly a variant of Ecklund. It might also be an anglicization of the rare Swedish surname Ekland or of a Norwegian name derived from several farmsteads named with eik "oak" and land "land".
EGELAND Norwegian
From the name of several farmsteads in Norway named with Norwegian eik "oak" and land "land".
EGNER Norwegian (Rare)
From the name of a farm in Norway, of unknown origin. A known bearer was Norwegian playwright Thorbjørn Egner (1912-1990).
EIDE Norwegian
Derived from Old Norse eið "isthmus".
EIDSNESS Norwegian (Expatriate)
From Old Norse eið "isthmus" and nes "headland". This was the name of a farmstead in Norway.
EKERN Norwegian (Rare)
From Old Norse ekra "meadow, field". This was the name of a farmstead in Norway.
ELIASSEN Norwegian, Danish
Means "son of ELIAS".
ELLEFSEN Norwegian
Means "son of Ellef".
ELLINGSEN Norwegian
Means "son of ELLING".
ENG Swedish, Norwegian
Derived from Old Norse eng "meadow".
ENGELSEN Norwegian
Means "son of Engel".
ENGEN Norwegian, Dutch
Norwegian habitational name. Singular definite form of ENG.... [more]
ENGLAND Norwegian (Rare)
From the name of several farms in Norway, named with Old Norse eng "meadow" and land "land".
EVENRUD Norwegian, American
From the name of several farms in Eastern Norway.
EVENSEN Norwegian
Means "son of EYVIND".
FALKENBERG German, Danish, Swedish (Rare), Norwegian (Rare)
Habitational name from any of several places named from Old High German falk "falcon" and berg "mountain, hill".
FETT Norwegian (Rare)
Derived from Old Norse fit "land, shore". This was the name of several farmsteads in Norway.
FINSTAD Norwegian
Means "Finn's farmstead", from the given name Finn (2) and Old Norse staðr "farmstead, dwelling". This was the name of several farms in Norway.
FISKE English, Norwegian
From the traditionally Norwegian habitational surname, from the Old Norse fiskr "fish" and vin "meadow". In England and Denmark it was a surname denoting someone who was a "fisherman" or earned their living from selling fish.
FIVELAND Norwegian (Rare)
From the name of a farm in Norway named with the word fivel possibly meaning "cottongrass, bog cotton". This plant grows in abundance in the marshy land near the location of the farm.
FLO Norwegian
Famous bearers include Norwegian footballers and relatives Tore Andre, Håvard, and Jostein Flo of the Norwegian national team that upset Brazil twice in both a friendly in 1997 and a 1998 World Cup group match.
FLOBERG Swedish, Norwegian (Rare)
Of uncertain origin. Could possibly be combination of flo, an unexplained element (but probably either ornamental or locational), and berg "mountain", or a habitational name from a place so named.
FØRDE Norwegian
From Old Norse fyrði dative form of fjórðr "fjord". This was the name of several farmsteads in Norway.
FORREN Norwegian (Rare)
Derived form the name of a farmstead in Norway named with a word meaning "hollow, gorge".
FUGLESANG Norwegian, Swedish (Rare)
Means "bird song" in Norwegian (compare German Vogelsang).
GJESSING Norwegian, Danish (Rare)
Used in Norway and Denmark since the 1600s. Probably of German origin.
GLØERSEN Norwegian (Rare)
Means ”son of Gløer”.
GRIEG Norwegian
Derived from the Scottish surname of Greig.
GRIMM English, German, Danish, Swedish (Rare), Norwegian (Rare)
From a nickname for a stern and forbidding individual, derived from the Old High German word grim "stern, severe". Or possibly from the given name GRÍMR derived from Old Norse gríma "mask, helmet"... [more]
HAALAND Norwegian
From Old Norse Hávaland, derived from hár "high" and land "land, farm". This is the name of several farms in Norway.
HAMMERSMED Norwegian (Archaic, ?), Danish (Archaic, ?)
Occupational name for a blacksmith, from Danish & Norwegian hammer, 'hammer' and smed, 'smith'. See Hammersmith
HAUG Norwegian
From Old Norse haugr "hill, mound". See HAUGEN.
HAUGAN Norwegian
Originates from a Farm name. Haugan comes from the Old Norse word haugr which can be translatd to "hill" or "mound".
HAUGE Norwegian
Habitational name from any of numerous farmsteads named Hauge, from the dative singular of Old Norse haugr "hill, mound".
HAUGLAND Norwegian
From Old Norse haugr "hill, mound" and land "farmstead, land".
HAUKEBØ Norwegian
A combination of Norwegian hauk, derived from Old Norse haukr, "hawk" and , derived from Old Norse bœr, "farm". The meaning refers to hawks sitting abode; as on the roof of a barn.
HEE Danish, Norwegian, Dutch
A Danish habitational name from any of several places named from a word meaning ‘shining’ or ‘clear’, referencing a river.... [more]
HELLAND Norwegian
The Old Norse name element -land meaning "country, land" combined with either Old Norse hella "flat rock" or hellir "cave". ... [more]
HJERMSTAD Norwegian (Rare)
Hjerm means royal swords, stad means place. So Hjermstad means "place for the King's swords".
HJORNEVIK Norwegian
Named after the town of Hjørnevik, Norway
HOLM Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, English
Derived from Old Norse holmr, meaning "islet".
HOLTER English, German, Norwegian
Derived from English holt meaning "small wood". A topographic name for someone who lived near a small wooden area, as well as a habitational name from a place named with that element.
HOPPERSTAD Norwegian
Probably a habitational name from a farm name in Norway.
HOVDA Norwegian
Habitational name from the many farmsteads in Norway named Hovda. Derived from Old Norse hófði "rounded peak", itself derived from Old Norse hofuð "head".
HOVDE Norwegian
Variant of HOVDA.
INGEBRETSEN Norwegian
Means "son of Ingebret". The given name Ingebret is a Norwegian alteration of Engelbert (see also Engebret).
INGEBRETSON Norwegian
Patronymic from the German personal name Engelbrecht.
INGEBRITSON Norwegian
Patronymic from the German personal name Engelbrecht.
ISLAND Norwegian
Habitational name from any of four farmsteads so named. The origin of their name is not certain; it may be a compound of is "ice" and land "land" or from Island "Iceland" (the name of the country).
IVERSEN Norwegian
Means "son of IVER".
JENSDATTER Norwegian, Danish
Strictly feminine patronymic of Jens.
JONAS Danish, German, Dutch, Norwegian
From the given name Jonas
JONSEN Norwegian
Means 'Son of Jon (1)'.
KANE Irish, Norwegian
From the anglicized Irish surname Cathan, meaning "warlike." In Norway, it's used as a noble name.
KEYN Norwegian (Rare)
Derived from the Norwegian word for "strong pillar".
KJÆR Danish, Norwegian
Topographic name for someone living near a wetland. Derived from Old Norse kjarr "swamp, bog".
KJELLA Norwegian (?)
Meaning unknown, but it might be related to the given name Kjell.
KJELLBERG Swedish, Norwegian (Rare)
Old Norse kelda or Swedish källa, both meaning "spring (geology)", combined with berg "mountain, hill".
KOLDEN German, Norwegian
From Middle Low German kolt, kolde ‘cold’, a nickname for an unfriendly person; alternatively, it may be a habitational name, a shortened form of Koldenhof ‘cold farm’ in Mecklenburg (standardized form: Kaltenhof, a frequent place name in northern Germany, East Prussia, Bavaria, and Württemberg).Norwegian: habitational name from a farm called Kolden, from Old Norse kollr ‘rounded mountain top’.
KROG Norwegian, Danish
Habitational name from places named with krog "corner, bend".
LANDE French, Norwegian, Jewish
French: topographic name for someone living on a heath, lande (from Gaulish landa ‘space’, ‘land’), or a habitational name from any of numerous minor places named La Lande from this word.... [more]
LANGELAND Norwegian
Derived from the elements lang meaning "long" and land meaning "land" or "farmstead".
LARSDATTER Norwegian, Danish
Strictly feminine patronymic for Lars.
LAURSEN German, Norwegian, Danish
Norwegian, Danish, and North German: patronymic from Laur, a short form of Lawrence.
LIE Norwegian
Variant spelling of Li. Derived from Old Norse hlíð "hillside, mountain slope".
LIEN Norwegian
Variant of LIE.
LINDE German, Dutch, Jewish, Spanish, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish
Topographic name for someone who lived by a conspicuous lime tree, from Middle High German, Dutch linde, Scandinavian lind. There are several places, especially in North Germany, named with this word... [more]
LØKKEN Norwegian
Habitational name from any of numerous farmsteads so called. Derived from Old Norse lykkja "enclosure".
LOVEN Norwegian (Rare), American (Rare)
From a farm (later renamed to Låvi) in Aurland municipality in Sogn og Fjordane fylke.... [more]
LUNN Norwegian, English
Derived from Lund, which in turn comes from the Old Norse lundr, meaning "grove of trees".
LYNGSTAD Norwegian
Anni-Frid Lyngstad (b. 1945) is a Norwegian-born Swedish singer and former member of ABBA.
LYSTAD Norwegian
From the name of several farms in Norway. One family got their name from a farm in Ullensaker municipality in Akershus county. Another family got it name from a farm called Ljøstad in Hedmark county.
MANUS Norwegian (Hispanicized)
Hispanicized variant of Magnussen. This was the surname of Norwegian World War II resistance fighter Max Manus, whose father spent much of his life living in Hispanophone countries.
MARTINSEN Norwegian, Danish
Norwegian and Danish patronymic of Martin.
MELBY Norwegian
Modern form of Meðalbýr meaning "middle farm", a combination of Old Norse meðal "middle" and býr "farm".
MIKKELBORG Norwegian
Norwegian variant of the originally German surname MECKLENBURG, which came to Norway during the hanseatic era.
MOE Norwegian
Means "sandy ground" in Norwegian.
MOEN Norwegian
Means "the sandy ground" in Norwegian.
MØRK Norwegian
From Old Norse mork "wood". This was the name of several farmsteads in Norway.
MOSSING Norwegian
Habitational name from a farm name in Trøndelag, probably named with mose meaning "moss" + vin meaning "meadow".
MYHRE Norwegian
Derived from Norwegian myr "bog, swamp".
MYKLEBUST Norwegian
Derived from Old Norse Myklibólstaðr meaning "large farm". From mikill "large" and bólstaðr "farm".
NANSEN Danish (Rare), Norwegian (Rare)
Patronymic name derived from an unknown given name.
NORDAHL Norwegian, Swedish
The surname derives from a place name in Sunnmøre, Norway. Meaning from Old Norse norðr ''north'' and dalr ''dale'', ''valley''. In Sweden, this name is mostly ornamental, rather than habitaional.
NYGÅRD Norwegian, Swedish
Means "new farm". A combination of ny "new" and gård "farm, yard".
NYLAND Norwegian
Combination of Norwegian ny "new" and land "land, yard".
ØDEGÅRD Norwegian
Means "deserted farm" in Norwegian. A combination of øde "deserted, empty" and gård "farm, yard".
ODLAND Norwegian
Habitational name from any of several farmsteads in Rogaland and Hordaland named Odland, from Old Norse Árland, a compound of á ‘small river’ (or another first element of uncertain origin) + land ‘land’, ‘farm’.
OLAF Norwegian
From the name Olaf.
OPPEGÅRD Norwegian
Habitational name meaning "upper farm". Derived from Old Norse uppi "upper" and garðr "farm, yard". This was the name of several farmsteads in Norway. ... [more]
ØSTBY Norwegian
Habitational name from farmsteads in Norway named Østby or Austby. Derived from Old Norse aust "east" and býr "farm, village".
ØSTHAGEN Norwegian
An uncommon Norwegian surname of uncertain origin. It is most likely a locational name, derived from Norwegian øst, 'east' and hagen, 'enclosure'. ... [more]
OVERSON Danish, Norwegian
Altered spelling of Oveson, itself a patronymic from the personal name Ove, a Danish form of the older Aghi, with a second element possibly meaning "spear".
PARELIUS Norwegian
Latinization of a learned Hellenized translation of either Solvorn, a placename in Luster (Sogn og Fjordane), or of Solnør, a placename in Skodje/Ørskog (Møre og Romsdal), Norway. The surname itself is then derived from Greek para heliou "near (or close by) the sun".
PAULSEN Norwegian, Danish
Means "son of PAUL".
PRYTZ Swedish, Norwegian
Swedish and Norwegian surname, possibly of German origin.
QUISLING Norwegian
A treacherous person who sides with opposing forces, this meaning comes from Vidkun Quisling of Norway. He helped the Germans during the German rule of Norway in the 1940's. Original meaning "One from" (-ling) "Quislemark", (quis) A romanization of the place name of Kvislemark.
REKDAL Norwegian
The name of people from the small town Rekdal in West-Norway. Former footballer Kjetil Rekdal (1968- ) is the most known person from there.
RODRIKSEN Norwegian (Rare)
Means 'Son of Rodrik'. Rodrik is the Swedish and Norwegian form of Roderick.
ROE Norwegian
Habitational surname for any of the several farmsteads named Roe or Røe, derived from the Old Norse ruð meaning "clearing".
ROISUM Norwegian
Habitational name from the farmstead in Sogn named Røysum, from the dative plural of Old Norse reysi ‘heap of stones’.
RØNNING Norwegian
From Old Norse Ryðningr, from ruð "clearing".
ROSENBORG Norwegian
Norwegian form of Rosenberg.
ROSSING Norwegian
ross (came from scotland) ing - added in Norway
RUDE Norwegian, German
German: From a pet form of a personal name formed with Old High German hrōd "fame", for example Rudolf or Rüdiger. See also Ruhe.... [more]
SÆTHER Norwegian
Derived from Old Norse sætr "farm".
SAND English, Scottish, Norwegian, Swedish, Danish, German, Jewish
Topographic name for someone who lived on patch of sandy soil, from the vocabulary word sand. As a Swedish or Jewish name it was often purely ornamental.
SANDE Norwegian
Habitational name from any of forty or more farmsteads so named, especially on the west coast, from the dative case of Old Norse sandr meaning "sand", "sandy plain", "beach".
SANDVIK Norwegian, Swedish
A combination of sand "sand" and vik "bay, inlet".
SAX English, Norwegian
English from an Old Norse personal name, Saxi meaning ‘sword’.
SCHAU Norwegian
Variant of SKAU.
SEEHUUS Norwegian
Norwegian for "house by the sea."
SELLAND Norwegian
From the Old Norse habitational name Seljuland, from selja "willow" and land "land", "farm".
SEM Norwegian
Norwegian: habitational name from any of about fifteen farms so named, a variant of Seim.
SETHER Norwegian
Habitational name from any of numerous farmsteads named Seter or Sæter.
SJØLSENG Norwegian
Means silver meadow
SKARSTAD Norwegian
From a farm named Skarstad
SKAU Norwegian, Danish
Ultimately derived from Old Norse skógr "forest".
SKEIE Norwegian
From Old Norse skeið "race, horse race".
SKELTON English, German, Norwegian (Rare)
Habitational name from places in Cumbria and Yorkshire, England, originally named with the same elements as Shelton, but with a later change of ‘s’ to ‘sk’ under Scandinavian influence.
SKOG Norwegian, Swedish
Means "forest" in Norwegian and Swedish.
SMED Norwegian, Swedish, Danish
Scandinavian cognate of Smith.
SOLHEIM Norwegian
Means "home of the sun" in Norwegian. A combination of sol "sun" and heim "home".... [more]
SØRENSDATTER Danish, Norwegian
Strictly feminine patronymic of Søren.
SORLIE Norwegian
Habitational name from a common farm name, Sørli, composed of the elements sør ‘south’ + li ‘slope’, ‘hillside’.
STAVIG Norwegian
Combination of Old Norse stafr "pole" and vik "bay". This was the name of a farmstead in Norway.
STENSETH Norwegian
habitational name from any of numerous farmsteads, notably in eastern Norway, named Steinset, from either the noun stein ‘stone’ or the same word as a personal name + set ‘farmstead’.... [more]
STOLTENBERG German, Norwegian
Habitational name from places so called in Pomerania and Rhineland. A famous bearer is Jens Stoltenberg (b. 1959), Prime Minister of Norway 2000-2001 and 2005-2013.
STORM English, German, Dutch, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian (Rare)
Nickname for a man of blustery temperament, from Middle English, Middle Low German, storm, Old Norse stormr meaning "storm".
STORMO Norwegian
Habitational name from any of numerous farmsteads, notably in northern Norway, so named from stor meaning "big" + mo meaning "moor", "heath".
STRØM Norwegian, Danish
Means "stream" in Norwegian and Danish. ... [more]
STUEN Norwegian
Means Living Room or cabin in Norwegian.
TAKVAM Norwegian
Literally: "Thanks For"
TANGEN Norwegian
Tangen is a village in south-east Norway.
THEISEN German, Danish, Norwegian
German, Danish, and Norwegian: patronymic from a reduced form of the personal name Matthias or Mathies (see Matthew).
TOLLEFSEN Norwegian
From a patronymic from Tollef, a variant of Torleiv, from Old Norse þorleifr (see TORLEIF).
TONNESEN Norwegian
Means "son of Tonnes", Tonnes or Tønne(s) being a Norwegian short form of Antonius.
TORP Norwegian, Swedish, Danish
Scandinavian form of THORPE.
TROFTGRUBEN Norwegian
This last name is common in North Dakota.
TVEIT Norwegian
Norwegian habitational name derived from Old Norse þveit "clearing".
ULVESTAD Norwegian (Rare)
Habitational name from any of five farmsteads, most in western Norway, named from Old Norse ulfr meaning ‘wolf’ + staðir, plural of staðr meaning ‘farmstead’, ‘dwelling’.
UNDERBERG Norwegian
Habitational name from a place named with Old Norse undir meaning "under" and berg meaning "mountain, hill".
UTNE Norwegian
In Norwegian, probably has some pre-Germanic elements (i.e. before approx. 200 CE). Other place-names in the area also has an element of pre-Germanic and unknown origins. It has been suggested that it derives from "Út-tún", meaning the hamlet or farmstead that is "out"
VÆRNES Norwegian
Værnes is a village in the municipality of Stjørdal in Nord-Trøndelag county in Mid-Norway. The original spelling of the village's name was Vannes and it is a combination of var "calm, quiet" and nes "headland"... [more]
VANNEBO Norwegian
Taken from the farm Vanebu, spelled Vannebo in pre-1950 records. From the Norwegian words vann, meaning water, and bo, meaning to live or reside.
VARGEID Norwegian
Invented by Sverre Kristian (then) Olsen and his brother Willy Anfinn (also then) Olsen. They thought Olsen was boring, and invented the new Vargeid.
VEA Norwegian
Habitational name from any of four farmsteads so named, from the plural of Old Norse viðr meaning "wood", "tree".
VEE Norwegian
Habitational name from farmsteads named Ve, for example in Hordaland and Sogn, from Old Norse "sacred place".
VELTEN Norwegian
Norwegian habitational name from any of several farmsteads, mainly in Hedmark, named with velte ‘log pile’.
VIK Norwegian, Swedish
Derived from Old Norse vík "bay, inlet".
WAGLE Norwegian
A habitational name derived from farmsteads in Rogaland named Vagle, from the Old Norse vagl meaning a '‘perch’' or '‘roost'’, referring to a high ridge between two lakes.
WAHLBERG German, Swedish, Norwegian
Wahlberg is a topographic surname composed of German wal "field, meadow" and berg "mountain, hill".
WANNEBO Norwegian
An alternative spelling of the Norwegian surname Vannebo.
WEIDEMANN Medieval German, German (Austrian), Norwegian
Weidemann is a German family name and comes from the Middle High German terms for hunter or woad farmer.... [more]