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Forename Henrik

Globally, Henrik (Henrik Sweden Denmark Germany Norway United States, Хенрик Armenia Russia Lithuania Ukraine Belarus, هنريك Iran Iraq, along with others...) is a common masculine given name. The forename Henrik is habitual in Sweden, where it is a common male name, Denmark, and Greenland, where it is quite a common boy's name (explore the name in all countries). Not in comparison with a country's population, it is the most numerous in Sweden, Germany, and Denmark. Very seldom, Henrik is the last name as well as the forename.

Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name Henrik

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Henrik Denmark, Germany, Norway, Sweden, United States
Хенрик Ukraine, Lithuania, Belarus, Russia, Armenia
هنريك Iraq, Iran
הנריק Israel

First name Henrik in the context

Henrik is also a name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Dag Henrik Esrum-Hellerup , the fictitious Danish flautist, conductor and composer; Henrik Hanssen , the Fictional consultant general surgeon in BBC TV medical drama Holby City; Henrik , the operatic character in the opera Maskarade by Carl Nielsen; Leander's valet; Henrik and Henrik Egerman , the musical character in the musical A Little Night Music by Stephen Sondheim; Fredrik's son, 20 years old and Anne's stepson, among other works.

Notable namesakes

henrik skadelår Danish prince (b. 1090) link
henrik harpestræng Danish botanist (1164-1244), DK (b. 1164) link
henrik sledorn (b. 1400) link
picture of henrik krummedige henrik krummedige henrik krummedige Danish noble (1464-1530), NO (b. 1464) link
henrik tidemansson Roman Catholic bishop (b. 1450) link
henrik von cöllen German architect, active in Sweden and Finland, FI (b. 1450) link
henrik dringenberg (b. 1450) link
henrik nielsen rosenkrantz (b. 1450) link
picture of henrik klasson horn af kanckas henrik klasson horn af kanckas henrik klasson horn af kanckas Swedish noble, FI (b. 1512) link
henrik erlandsson (b. 1464) link
henrik wenne SE (b. 1465) link
picture of henrik finne henrik finne henrik finne Swedish groom and alleged centenarian, SE (b. 1548) link
henrik gøye Danish military personnel, DK (b. 1500) link
henrik nielssøn Norwegian catholic priest (b. 1500) link
henrik smith (b. 1495) link

Characteristic surnames

Rd, Svensson, Andersen, Carlsson, Karlsson, Petersen, Pedersen, Jacobsen, Jakobsen, Johansen, Nielsen, Eriksson, Mikkelsen, Sørensen, Andersson, Rasmussen, Johansson, Kristensen, Pettersson, Gustafsson, Jørgensen, Mortensen, Nilsson, Thomsen, Jonsson, Berg, Lund, Holm, Mewes, Olsen, Madsen, Rensen, Larsen, Jensen, Hansen, Olesen, Olsson, Møller, Schmidt, Knudsen, Persson, Poulsen, Rgensen, Laursen, Larsson, Jansson, Christensen, and Christiansen