Meaning:Eternal home of the Scandinavian gods
Place baby amongst the gods with mighty and majestic Asgard. Derived from Ásgarðr, this Old Norse word was the name of the home of the gods—similar to Mount Olympus in Greek mythology. Typically given to boys, Asgard is reminiscent of the heroic nature of the Norse deities, from Odin’s wisdom to Thor’s command over lightning, Loki’s cunning trickery, and Freyja’s steadfast love. Recognizable by many, baby Asgard is sure to turn heads when they strut with god-like confidence.
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