Top 50 Swedish Dog Names

Top 50 Swedish Dog Names
Looking for a Nordic name for your new puppy? Here’s a list of the Top 50 Swedish Dog Names
Something to think about when looking at this list, vowels are a part of Swedish that make the names sound very different than English.
Is you’re already reading this Top 50 Swedish Dog Names, then you’re most likely curious about Swedish and be interested in just little more about Swedish word pronunciation.  First of all, there are three additional vowels: ö,ä,å.  Then, E’s are pronounced like soft a’s. Ludde sounds like “Lood-deh”  Ida is pronounced “EE-dah.” . Ronja is pronounced: RON – yah. The o is a long o and when J’s are before a vowel they sound like Y’s) I’s that come at the beginning of a word sound like “ee.”  Wilma is pronounced  “Vilma” —- w’s are v’s. However you use this list, I hope it’s a pleasure.

Are there any other surprises on the Top 50 Swedish Dog Names list?
“Henry” doesn’t make the Top 50 Swedish Dog Name list. If we had called him “Henrik” maybe one year it would make a return.

1. Molly
2. Wilma  (W’s sound like V’s)
3. Ludde ( E’s sound like “eh”)
4. Bella
5. Ronja (J’s before a vowel sound like Y’s)
6. Bamse
7. Sigge
8. Alice
9. Rocky
10. Selma
11. Sally
12. Charlie
13. Zorro
14. Tindra
15. Maja
16. Doris
17. Nova
18. Hugo
19. Mimmi
20. Max
21. Elvis
22. Ozzy
23. Tyson
24. Elsa
25. Buster
26. Ebba
27. Lisa
28. Leo
29. Smilla
30. Lady
31. Nelly
32. Freja
33. Saga
34. Stella
35. Kajsa
36. Rambo
37. Gizmo
38. Rex
39. Jack
40. Atlas
41. Molle
42. Nalle
43. Daisy
44. Nellie
45. Tilda
46. Fanny
47. Ida (I’s sound like “ee”
48. Simba
49. Zita
50. Morris



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