Fearful, terrifying names

What better theme for Halloween names than fear and terror?

Unisex:

Jigme means “no fear” in Bhutanese.

Female:

Alruna is a German name with several possible etymologies, including “secret terror.”

Ótta is an Icelandic name derived from the Old Icelandic word ótti, “fear, dread, terror.”

Paventia, or Paventina, was a Roman goddess who protected children from fears and comforted the frightened. The name derives from the Latin word pavor, “fear.”

Male:

Agnar is an Icelandic and Norwegian name derived from the Old Norse Agnarr, which can mean “terror warrior.”

Amund is a Norwegian name derived from the Old Norse Agmundr, which can mean “protection from terror.”

Atreus means “fearless” in Greek.

Deimos means “terror” in Greek.

Gardomir can mean “fearsome peace” in Polish.

Khasar means “a fearsome dog” in Mongolian.

Łękosław means “fear of glory” in Polish.

Neboje means “fearless” in Serbian.

Óinn is an Old Norse name meaning “to be frightened.”

Óttarr roughly means “terror army” or “fear army” in Icelandic.

Strachomir roughly means “to fear peace” in Polish.

Strachosław roughly means “to fear glory” in Polish.

Strahinja means “dread, fear” in Serbian and Croatian.

Uggr means “fear, apprehension” in Old Norse.

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