Boxholm is a name of a place in Sweden. As all geographical names it might have a background. The name "Boxholm" is first to be found in the 16th century, as the name of a manor by Arvid Stenbock. Boxholm thus comes from "Bock's holm" (holmemodern Swedish and Old Norse word for islet).
The population of Boxholm is 3,194.
The area of Boxholm is 4,390,000.0 square meters.
The population density of Boxholm is 727 people per square kilometer.
"Am" as in "I am" is "är" in Swedish.
Du means you in Swedish.
Har means has in Swedish.
It means Mr in Swedish.
Camilla doesn't mean anything in Swedish, it's just a name (for women). It's not of Swedish origin.
Neah doesn't mean anything in Swedish, but it might be a name?
It's an English name... It doesn't mean anything in Swedish.
"stad" means city in Swedish.
Nothing, there's no such word in Swedish.