The name Ragnar is Old Norse in origin. It is derived from the compound name Raganhar, which can be translated into "advice" and "army." Therefore, Ragnar is generally understood to mean "powerful army" or "warrior." This historical name was introduced to England by the Normans, and is also the name of a Danish warrior.
Similar Names: Rainier, Ragnor
Famous Ragnar Names: Ragnar Frisch (economist), Ragnar Benson (author)