What does Ragnar mean?
(male) Ragnarre, Ragnarri, ..
(female) Ragna, Ragnarry, ..
How popular is Ragnar?
Ragnar is an uncommonly occurring given name for men. Ragnar is an uncommon surname too for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Which version is better?with its variant forms and related boy names. Shown below is an analysis of the ranking of Ragnar and related names. The only prominent alternative form of Ragnar (not ranked) rated in the Top 2000 is Reginald (#875 from recent data). Other variants, like Raynald, are seldom used. Adoption of this form of Ragnar was more pronounced among parents during 1960-1969 (adoption of 0.1%) and has become much reduced since, with Reginald becoming less in vogue. (2015 U.S. SSA Records)
Recommended names are Algar, Baumar, Bonar, Bonnar, Caesar, Caezar, Casar, Caspar, Danar, Eadgar, Edgar▼, Einar, Elgar, Fajar, Farrar, Gardnar, Garnar, Garpar (see Gaspard), Gaspar, Hadar, Haidar, Halvar, Hammar, Haydar, Inar, Ingmar, Ingvar, Jabbar, Jafar, Jamar, Jaspar, Jayar, Kaspar, Lamar, Lavar, Lazar, Lazear, Racham, Radnor, Rafa, Rafer, Raham, Rain, Rainart, Rainger, Rainhard, Rajah, Ramzan, Ranald, Rance, Rand, Randal▼, Randi, Randl (see Randall), Randy▼, Rane, Ranger, Rashad, Rayder, Rayman, Raynar, Raynard, Rayne, Raynord, Reagan, Renat, Rennard, Reynard, Roger▼, Ronal, Sacar (see Sachar), Sachar, Wagner, Yaar and Zafar. These names tend to be more frequently used than Ragnar.See names in meaning and etymology.