The baby name Nanna is a unisex name, 2 syllables long and is pronounced "NAH-nah".
Nanna is Unique in Origin.
Nanna is a name of Scandinavian origin, meaning "daring" or "brave". It is derived from the Old Norse word "nanna", which means "to dare". In Norse mythology, Nanna was the wife of Baldr, the god of light and purity. She was known for her beauty and loyalty, and was often depicted as a gentle and loving figure. The name Nanna has been used in Scandinavia since the Middle Ages, and has become increasingly popular in recent years.
Nanna is a unisex name, but is more commonly used for girls. It is pronounced "NAH-nah" or "NAN-ah". The name has several variations, including Nana, Nannaia, and Nannette. The name is popular in Denmark, Norway, and Sweden, and has also gained popularity in other parts of the world. In the United States, the name Nanna is relatively rare, but has been used since the late 19th century.
The name Nanna is composed of two elements: "nan", which means "daring" or "brave", and "na", which is a suffix that is often used in Scandinavian names. The name has a strong and powerful meaning, and is often associated with courage and strength. It is a popular choice for parents who want to give their child a unique and meaningful name that reflects their values and beliefs.