Kyrre is a common Norwegian given name. The name comes from the Old Norse word kyrr, which translates to "calm, peaceful". It is believed to have been derived from Olaf III of Norway, who was nicknamed "Olaf Kyrre" (Olaf the Peaceful).
Usage examples of "kyrre".
Behind Kyrre I could just make out the grotesque, emaciated features of Weiner.
Vaksdal, Keller and I lay were struck and Kyrre set out with his men and the first convoy of sledges loaded with whale-meat.