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After the time of Cnut some Saxons adopted the Danish system of using their father's name with a '-son' suffix. A pronunciation guide is provided below to help you work out how to say your name.
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If you don't find a name you like in the lists then have a look here for a list part names to make up your own. Many Saxon names are actually compound words made from two common elements.
Some of these are only used by one gender, others are unisex. The following list gives first and second elements for both sexes so you can 'custom build' your own authentic name.
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Female examples are here. Vikings had only given names.
Their "last name" was usually their father's name plus 'sson' for a man or 'dotter' for a woman.