Ejvind is a modern Danish and Swedish form of the Old Norse name 'Eyvindr'. It has been derived from Proto-Norse 'auja' which means 'fortune, luck', and 'winduR,' which means 'the winner'. The meaning of Ejvind is 'the point of a sword' in Finnish origin. The modern meaning of this name is 'a happy warrior'. It is mostly used for boys and is quite popular in Sweden and Nordic countries. Ejvind Skjær, a famous actor, known for his impressive role in the movie ‘The Fight for the Red Cow,’ shares this name. Other popular figures who share this name include Ejvind Mouritsen, a former footballer from the Faroe Islands, and Ejvind Hansen, a Danish sprint canoeist who competed in the early '50s and late '40s.