Håkon is a modern Norwegian spelling of the Old Norse masculine given name Hákon.Those with the name include:Håkon I of Norway (c.

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  • Håkon is a modern Norwegian spelling of the Old Norse masculine given name Hákon.Those with the name include:Håkon I of Norway (c. 920–961), Norwegian kingHåkon II of Norway (1147–1162), Norwegian kingHåkon III of Norway (1182–1204), Norwegian kingHåkon IV of Norway (1204–1263), Norwegian kingHåkon V of Norway (1270–1319), Norwegian kingHåkon VI of Norway (1340–1380), Norwegian kingHåkon VII of Norway (1872–1957), Norwegian kingHåkon Bleken (born 1929), Norwegian painterHåkon Gebhardt (born 1969), Norwegian musician and record producerHåkon Haugli (born 1969), Norwegian jurist, administrator and politician for the Labour PartyHåkon Kjæve (born 1992), Norwegian footballerHåkon Lundenes (born 1954), Norwegian ice hockey playerHåkon Opdal (born 1982), Norwegian footballerHåkon Tysdal (born 1947), Norwegian writerHaakon, Crown Prince of Norway (born 1973), heir apparent to the Norwegian throneFictiveHåkon, one of the two mascots of the 1994 Winter OlympicsAlong with Gormlaith Golden-Hilt and Felldir the Old, Hakon One-Eye was one of the Ancient Nord Heroes who fought and vanquished Alduin the World-Eater (a dragon god) in the 2011 video game The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. (en)
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  • Håkon is a modern Norwegian spelling of the Old Norse masculine given name Hákon.Those with the name include:Håkon I of Norway (c. (en)
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