A

Abbi: pet name 
Abel: biblical name 
Absalon: biblical name 
Ábyrgur: responsible, takes care of things 
Adam: man′s name 
Adfall: high tide 
Aðalfari: old nickname 
Aðalgeirr: man′s name 
Aðall: aristocracy 
Aðalsteinn: man′s name 
Aðils: man′s name 
Afdrif: fate 
Afi: grandfather 
Áfram: forward 
Agi: discipline 
Agnar: disciplined warrior 
Ái: great-grandfather, ancestor 
Ákafi: eagerness, ardour 
Áki: man′s name 
Aldavinur: old, close friend 
Aldur: old man 
Alfaðir: name for Oðinn 
Alfgeirr: man′s name 
Alfröðull: sun 
Alftarleggur: swan′s leg; beautiful, long-legged horse 
Álft: swan 
Álfur: elf, darling 
Áli: dun 
Áll: eel, dark dorsal stripe 
Allsvartur: black 
Allvar: careful 
Almur: elm tree 
Alskær: clear, radiant 
Alsviður: agile 
Alvar: seriousness, sincerity 
Alvari: the serious one 
Alvitur: very wise person 
Amor: Roman god 
Ámur: dark giant 
Andi: spirit, soul, air, light breeze 
Andri: man′s name, snow shoe 
Andvari: alertness, light breeze 
Angi: scent, twig 
Apall: gravel, dapple grey 
Árflognir: one who flies early, name of a raven 
Ari: eagle, man′s name 
Arinbjörn: man′s name 
Arnljótur: man′s name 
Arngrimur: man′s name 
Arnþor: man′s name 
Aron: man′s name 
Árvakur: mythological stallion who pulls the sun over the sky 
Ásgrímur: man′s name 
Asi: haste, speed 
Ási: diminution of names like Ásmundur 
Askur: ash tree 
Aspar: asp 
Ásti: kind person 
Ástvaldur: man′s name 
Atli: man′s name 
Austri: east 
Ávaldi: very powerful, old and rare man′s name 
Ávangur: uncertain origin 
Abba: troll woman 
Abbadís: prioress 
Adda: short form of Aðalbjörg 
Agga: small wave 
Agnarögn: tiny thing 
Ála: mare with dorsal stripe 
Alda: wave 
Aldís: woman′s name 
Aleiga: treasured possession 
Álfadís: goddness from fairyland
Álfkona: fairy godmother 
Álft: swan 
Alhvít: all white 
Álka: auk
Alma: woman′s name 
Alvör: a fairy name
Alþýða: general public 
Áma: troll woman, dark mare
Ambátt: captive woman
Amma: grandmother 
Andúð: dislike, aversion 
Andvaka: sleeplesness
Angan: delight, charm
Angeyja: troll woman 
Angilja: twig, sprout 
Angurboða: Loki′s wife 
Ánægja: happiness 
Appelsína: orange 
Ára: aura, breeze 
Aradís: goddess who serves the eagle, fairy 
Árdís: goddness of plenty and prosperity 
Arða: tiny scrap 
Arfa: she who inherits
Aría: aria 
Ársól: morning sun 
Ásdís: fairy who serves the gods 
Ásjóna: face 
Aska: ashe, dust 
Askja: box, name of a vulcano, ash tree 
Áslaug: name from the Sagas 
Ásmunda: woman′s name 
Ásrún: woman′s name 
Assa: eagle, grey horse 
Ástríða: passion, desire 
Ástsæl: popular, attractive 
Atla: troll-woman 
Atorka: energy, initiative 
Auðna: good luck, fortune 
Auðráð: obedient, gentle 
Auður: name from the Sagas 
Ausa: ladle, daughter of Grýla 

B

Baggi: one of the icelandic christmas lads 
Bakkus: man′s name, god of the wine 
Bakur: character from the sagas 
Balbó: man′s name 
Baldi: diminution of Baldur 
Baldur: mythological name, brave 
Baldvin: man′s name 
Bálki: old man′s name 
Balthasar: name of a king 
Balti: bear 
Bandvettir: name for pintos 
Bangi: a giant 
Bangsi: teddy bear 
Barði: bard, Celtic poet, man′s name 
Barður: man′s name 
Bárekur: man′s name 
Barki: stem of a boat 
Barmi: brother 
Barmur: gulf, bay, edge 
Barón: baron 
Bassi: little bear 
Bastian: man′s name 
Bati: recovery 
Baugi: giant 
Baugur: ring, old man′s name 
Baukur: tin, can 
Bautuður: old name for a horse that kicks 
Beinir: helper 
Beli: giant 
Benóní: man′s name 
Berfótur: barefoot 
Bergelmir: roaring like a bear 
Bergur: man′s name 
Bergolfur: man′s name 
Bergþór: man′s name 
Berserkur: strong man, fighter 
Bersi: polar bear (grey dappled horse) 
Bessi: teddy bear 
Bikar: cup, chalice 
Bikki: old man′s name 
Bildur: weapon, knife, spot on the side of the head 
Bingo: pet name 
Binni: pet name 
Birgir: helper, man′s name 
Birkir: birch, man′s name 
Birningur: bear cub 
Birnir: bear 
Birrungur: snort 
Birtingur: light horse 
Biskup: bishop 
Bitur: fierce, sharp 
Bjálfi: fur, bastard 
Bjálki: beam, old man′s name 
Bjalli: height, size 
Bjálmi: son of Grýla 
Bjarkar: man′s name 
Bjarki: little bear 
Bjarmi: ray of light, chestnut horse 
Bjandýr: bear 
Bjarni: bear, man′s name 
Bjartur: light red, old man′s name 
Björgvin: man′s name 
Björn: bear, man′s name 
Bjössi: bear, diminution of Björn 
Bjólfur: wolf, man′s name 
Bjór: beer 
Bláfeldur: blueish 
Blágráni: blueish grey 
Bláinn: a dwarf 
Blákaldur: ice cold, inconsiderate 
Blakkur: very dark brown horse 
Blámáni: blue moon 
Blámann: blue man 
Blámi: blueish 
Blástur: wind, breeze 
Bláus: man′s name 
Bláþraður: very thin thread 
Bleikálingur: yellow dun with dorsal stripe 
Bleikblesi: yellow dun with blaze 
Bleikfaxi: dun with bright mane 
Bleikskjóni: dun pinto 
Bleiksokki: yellow dun with sock 
Bleikstjarni: yellow dun with star 
Bleikur: yellow dun 
Blendingur: half-troll, half-breed 
Blesi: horse with blaze 
Blettur: horse with spots 
Blíðtfari: friendly, soft, with comfortable gaits 
Blíður: mild, friendly 
Blígur: staring, old nickname 
Blikfaxi: mane that glitters in the sun 
Bliki: glimmer, radiance 
Blikki: pale glow 
Blindur: blind 
Blóðhófur: bloodhoof, old name for a horse 
Blóði: brother 
Blóðughófi: horse name 
Bloke: (uncertain origin) 
Blómur: bear 
Blossi: flame, flash 
Blundur: slumber 
Blæfaxi: breeze-mane 
Blængur: raven 
Blær: gleam, tone, light breeze 
Blævar: breeze 
Boði: herald 
Boðni: one who is invited 
Bógatýr: horse (poetic) 
Boggi: pet name 
Bogi: man′s name, bow, weapon 
Bokki: billy goat, boss 
Bolli: bowl, fat man 
Bolmur: bear 
Bor: drill, dwarf′s name 
Borði: golden mane 
Borgar: man′s name 
Borgfhörð: surname 
Borgfirðingur: one from Borgarfjörður 
Borgfjörð: surname 
Borginmóði: raven 
Borr: father of Óðinn 
Bósi: man′s name 
Bótófur: man′s name 
Bótólfur: man′s name 
Bragi: genius, god of poetry 
Bráinn: gold, old name for dragons and horses 
Brandi: diminution of Brandur 
Brandur: sword, joker 
Brattur: tight, diagonal 
Bráviður: name from the sagas 
Breki: man′s name, surf 
Brellir: prankster 
Brennir: burning 
Bresi: restless 
Brestir: the noisy one, old man′s name 
Brestur: flaw, crack 
Brettingur: descendant of Brattur 
Brími: fire 
Brimill: male seal 
Brimir: sword 
Brimnir: spray, spindrift 
Brjánn: hill 
Broddi: man′s name, sting, point 
Broddur: tip of a sword, arrow 
Bróðir: brother 
Brokkur: name of a dwarf 
Brúnblesi: dark brown with blaze 
Brúnfaxi: dark brown with impressive mane 
Brúni: name of Óðinn, dark horse 
Bruni: fire, excitement 
Brúnki: dark brown horse 
Brúnkollur: dark head or forelock 
Brúnkolur: black horse 
Brúnn: black-brown horse 
Brúnnasi: black-brown horse with white nose 
Brúnskjóni: black-brown pinto 
Brúnstjarni: black-brown with star 
Brúntoppur: dark forelock 
Brúnsi: buck 
Brúsi: jug, man′s name 
Brymir: braggart 
Brynjar: armour, man′s name 
Brynfólfur: man′s name 
Brynki: son of Grýla 
Buðli: father of Brynhildur 
Búi: farmer, neighbour 
Bursti: brush 
Bylur: snowstorm, gust 
Byr: fair wind 
Bægifótur: deformed foot 
Böðvar: fighter, man′s name 
Böggvir: old man′s name 
Bölti: slope, hill 
Bölþorn: a giant 
Bör: coniferous tree 
Börkur: bark, man′s name Baga: short verse, fool 
Baldintáta: naughty girl
Baldursbrá: daisy
Bára: wave 
Barða: axe 
Bessa: bear 
Beta: short for Elisabeth 
Bið: delay, stay 
Birna: she bear 
Birta: brightness 
Bitra: bitterness, severity 
Bjalla: little bell, great black-backed gull 
Bjóla: cone-shaped mountain 
Björg: help
Björk: birch tree, woman′s name 
Björt: bright, pale in coloured 
Blá: marshland
Blaðka: leaf 
Blágrána: blue-grey 
Bláhvít: blue-white 
Blaka: leaf 
Blákápa: name used for witch-like women and troll-women
Bláma: blueish 
Blanda: whey, muddy water, blend of glacial and mountain water 
Blástjarna: blue star, princess from a fairytale 
Blávör: name of a witch 
Bleik: yellow dun 
Bleikála: yellow dun with dorsal stripe 
Bleikblesa: yellow dun with blaze 
Bleikfaxa: dun with impressive mane 
Bleikja: red dun 
Bleikskjóna: yellow dun pinto 
Bleiksokka: yellow dun with white socks 
Bleikstjarna: yellow dun with star 
Blesa: blaze 
Bletta: pinto 
Blíða: warmth, mildness, love 
Blika: bank of clouds 
Blikfaxa: shining mane 
Blina: bubble, pimple 
Blæfaxa: beautiful coloured mane 
Blæja: thin covering, cloth
Blökk: the dark one 
Bogga: short from various girl´s names
Bóla: pimple, daughter of Grýla 
Bolla: bread roll 
Borga: diminutive of names like Vilborg, Borghildur 
Bót: improvement
Bóthildur: woman′s name 
Bótrún: woman′s name in a fairy tale 
Brá: eyelash, countenance 
Bráhvít: of light complexion 
Brák: small wave which breakes over rocks
Brana: brave woman 
Branda: small trout
Brella: trick, ruse
Brenna: fire 
Bretta: grimace, steep incline
Breyskja: dry hot weather
Breyting: change, alteration 
Brík: board, ledge
Bringa: chest
Brók: trousers, pants 
Brúða: doll 
Brúður: bride 
Brún: brown, used for a black mare
Brúnblesa: black with blaze 
Brúnka: black-brown mare
Brúnkolla: mare with a bushy black top 
Brúnlitfara: black roan mare
Brúnlukka: lucky black mare 
Brúnnasa: black mare with a snip 
Brúnnös: black mare with a snip 
Brúnskjóna: black pinto mare 
Brúnskotta: black mare with a dark tail 
Brúnsokka: black mare with lighter legs 
Brúnstjarna: black mare with a star 
Brúntoppa: black mare with an eye catching forelock color 
Brýja: giant woman 
Bryndís: woman′s name 
Brynhildur: woman′s name 
Brynja: armour, woman′s name
Brött: perky, strutting horse 
Buna: stream
Buska: promiscuous tramp woman
Bússa: buxom, stout woman 
Bylgja: wave 
Byssa: gun

D

Daddi: pet name 
Daði: man′s name 
Daðri: flatterer 
Dagbjartur: bright as day (palomino) 
Dagdraumur: daydream 
Dagfari: one who travels by day, old man′s name 
Dagfinnur: man′s name 
Dagstyggur: one who avoids daylight 
Dagur: day 
Dagvarður: man′s name 
Dálkur: knife 
Dallur: slow horse 
Dani: Dane 
Dáni: son of Grýla 
Danni: pet name 
Dans: dance 
Darri: spear, old man′s name 
Davið: biblical king 
Dellingur: shining, light 
Demantur: diamond 
Denni: pet name 
Depill: star 
Diddi: pet name 
Digur: strong, brave 
Díli: small spot 
Dilkur: lamb 
Dimmi: dark one 
Dinni: pet name 
Dínus: man′s name 
Djákni: deacon 
Djangi: satan, devil 
Djarfur: bold, brave person 
Djöfull: devil 
Dofri: tramp, loafer, a giant 
Dóni: boor, illbred person 
Drafnar: spotted 
Drangur: rock, cliff 
Drasill: horse′s name 
Draugur: ghost of a dead person 
Draumur: dream 
Draupnir: Óðinn′s golden ring 
Dreitill: remains, grounds, drop 
Dreki: dragon, wild horse 
Drellir: sleepy-head 
Drengur: chivalrous 
Dreyri: blood red 
Drífandi: energetic 
Drómi: bonds, rope, dull horse 
Drómundur: slow reaction 
Dropi: drop 
Drynur: noise 
Drösull: old name for a horse 
Dúddi: pet name 
Dugur: toughness, courage 
Dúlcifal: horse of King Hreggviður 
Dumbrauður: reddish-brown 
Dumbur: reddish-brown 
Durinn: a dwarf 
Durtur: "stick in the mud", mute person 
Dusill: fire 
Dúx: leader, first 
Dvalinn: a dwarf 
Dvergur: dwarf 
Dyggur: faithful, loyal 
Dynblakkkur: horse′s name 
Dynbrími: fire 
Dynfari: storm (poetic) 
Dynfaxi: thunder mane 
Dynur: noise, roar 
Dýnus: name from a saga 
Dýrðlingur: saint 
Dýri: expensive, rare 
Dýrlingur: saint 
Dökkur: dark 
Dökkvi: dark 
Döttur: stumbling horse Dáð: achievement
Dáðrökk: courageous
Dagsbrún: daybreak, dawn 
Dalbrá: mare′s name 
Dalla: bright one
Dama: dame, lady 
Dana: Danish woman, woman′s name 
Daría: woman′s name 
Dásemd: glory, wonderful things
Deigja: maid-servant, cook
Dekkja: darkness 
Demba: sudden downpour of rain
Depla: speckled, spotted 
Digra: chubby, stout one 
Diljá: woman′s name 
Dimbiltá: nickname for a girl 
Dimma: darkness 
Dimmalimm: name from a fairytale 
Dimmbrá: of dark around the eyes
Dís: goddess 
Dísa: woman′s name 
Djúpráð: wise
Djörfung: courageous 
Dokka: girl 
Doppa: spot, patch
Dóra: woman′s name 
Dorma: she who tarries
Dóttla: little daughter 
Drafna: speckle, small spot 
Draugsa: ghost, lazy person 
Draumey: dream-island, woman′s name 
Draumsýn: vision or dream 
Dreyra: blood coloured mare
Drífa: snow drift
Drifhvít: snow-white
Drift: powder snow 
Dróg: jade, hack 
Droplaug: axe
Drótt: court 
Drottning: queen 
Druna: loud noise, roaring 
Drusla: sloppy person 
Dræskja: maid-servant 
Dröfn: wave 
Dúfa: dove 
Dugga: fishing boat 
Dúkka: woman′s name, doll 
Duld: self-delusion, self-deception 
Dumba: fog, dark colour 
Duna: clap of thunder, loud, roaring noise
Dúna: nickname for a girl named Guðrún 
Dunna: mallard duck 
Dyfra: drizzle, mist 
Dylgja: concealment, wolfish, fiendish intention
Dýna: saddle pad
Dynfara: term for an arrow
Dyngja: boudoir, lady′s bower
Dögg: dew 
Dökkgrána: dark grey
Dökkjörp: dark bay


E


Eðall: noble, precious 
Efstur: the best 
Egill: man′s name 
Eiðfaxi: horse′s name, sworn in Faxi 
Eikþyrnir: mythological stag 
Eilífur: the everlasting 
Einar: man′s name 
Einarsbrúnn: brown horse of Einar 
Einfari: one who travels alone 
Eír: copper 
Eirikur rauði: Erik the Red 
Eitill: knot 
Eitri: cold as poison, dwarf′s name 
Eldfaxi: glowing mane 
Eldhrímnir: a giant 
Eldibrandur: burning wood, fire 
Eldir: slave of Ægir, polecat 
Eldjárn: man′s name, poker 
Eldur: fire 
Elfaxi: sleet-mane 
Elfur: elf 
Elgur: moose 
Elliði: one who stays alone 
Engill: angel 
Erill: tramp 
Erlendur: foreigner 
Erlingur: man′s name 
Ernir: eagle 
Erpir: the brown one 
Erpur: brown horse 
Ess: horse 
Eyðir: destroyer 
Eyfirðingur: from Eyjafjord 
Eyjólfur: man′s name 
Eykfarður: pulling the plow 
Eylimi: a king 
Eyrar-Rauður: chestnut from Eyri farm 
Eysteinn: man′s name 
Eyvindur: man′s name 
Eyvinur: island-friend an′s name Edda: great-grandmother, name of a saga 
Efridís: a higher goddess 
Egla: name of a saga 
Eiða: mother 
Eik: oak
Eimyrja: glowing ashes 
Eining: harmony, unity 
Einráð: independent
Einurð: sincerity, frankness 
Eir: a goddess 
Eisa: glowing ashes 
Eistla: name of a troll-woman 
Ekja: cart-load, waggon load
Ekkja: widow 
Ekla: scarcity
Ekra: acre, field
Eldey: fire-island
Elding: lightning, flash 
Eldvör: she who is careful with fire 
Elfa: wide river
Elfting: horse-tail (plant) 
Elfur: wide river
Elna: woman′s name 
Elsa: woman′s name 
Elska: love, darling 
Erla: wagtail (bird), woman′s name 
Elva: see Elfa
Embla: mother of mankind 
Emma: of foreign origin
Engilbjört: derived from Engilbert
Engilfríð: beautiful as an angel 
Erla: wagtail
Erna: female eagle 
Esja: name of a mountain
Eva: mother of all nations
Eygló: a term for the sun 
Eyja: island


F

Fáfnir: name of a dragon 
Fagri-Blakkur: beautiful black horse 
Fagri-Jarpur: beautiful brown horse 
Fagur: beautiful 
Fagurkollur: beautiful head 
Fákur: horse (poetic) 
Falhófnir: with pale hooves 
Fálki: falcon 
Falinn: mythological character, good smith 
Falur: dwarf′s name 
Fáni: with flying mane, banner 
Fannar: snow, man′s name 
Fantur: tramp, scoundrel, hobo 
Farandi: always on the move 
Farfugl: bird of passage 
Farfús: one who likes to travel 
Farmóður: brave traveller 
Farri: old word for fire 
Farsæll: one who has good luck 
Fauti: hot tempered 
Faxi: impressive mane 
Feill: mistake, failure 
Feitur: fat one 
Félagi: friend, comrade 
Fengari: moon 
Fengur: present, advantage, magical name for Óðinn 
Fenrir: mythological wolf, son of Loki 
Ferðalangur: horse that travelled far 
Feti: one who walks slowly 
Feykir: violent storm 
Fidlari: fiddler 
Fífill: dandelion 
Fífilbleikur: light coloured like a dandelion 
Fimafengur: slave of Ægir 
Finnbogi: man′s name 
Finnungur: plant 
Finnur: man′s name 
Fitjungur: rich man (poetic) 
Fitur: fatso 
Fjalar: well-versed, dwarf 
Fjalla: mountain 
Fjalla köttur: mountain climber, mountain cat 
Fjalla-Skjóni: mountain pinto 
Fjalli: one who likes to be in the mountains 
Fjarki: four (playing card) 
Fjósi: from the cowshed 
Fjöllungur: horse that longs for the mountains 
Fjölmóður: very brave horse 
Fjölnir: magical name for Óðinn, well-versed 
Fjölsvinnur: very wise, name for Óðinn 
Fjölvar: very careful, old and rare man′s name 
Fjölverkur: works a lot 
Fjölvir: name for Óðinn 
Fjörnir: one who protects life 
Fjörsvartnir: dark chest 
Fjötri: bond, band 
Flagari: womanizer 
Flaumur: noisy movement, whirlpool 
Flekkur: spotted horse 
Fleygur: the flying one 
Flibbi: loose short collar 
Flinkur: clever, skillful 
Flipi: muzzle, horse with snip 
Flóki: curly 
Flórus: name from the sagas 
Flosi: womanizer 
Flótti: flight 
Flugar: wing 
Flugfaxi: flying mane 
Flugnir: the flying, fast one 
Flugumýrar-Skjóni: pinto from Flugumýri 
Flýtir: hurry, the fast one 
Flækingur: hobo, tramp 
Foli: young horse 
For: dirt, mud 
Forkur: active, hard working 
Forni: from ancient times 
Fornjótur: name from the sagas 
Forseti: chairman 
Fóstri: foster son or foster father 
Fótur: foot 
Frábær: splendid, excellent 
Frakki: coat 
Fraðmar: wise man, scholar, famous person 
Fram: forward 
Framfús: forward 
Frami: honour, respect, success 
Fránmar: bright, famous 
Frekur: audacious 
Freyðir: foaming 
Freyfaxi: impressive mane 
Freymóður: courage of the gods 
Freyr: god of fertility 
Freysfaxi: impressive mane 
Freysteinn: Freyr′s stone, man′s name 
Friðmundur: protector of peace 
Friður: peace 
Frimann: man′s name 
Fróði: wise, Danish king 
Froskur: frog 
Frostan: character from a fairy tale 
Frosti: dwarf′s name 
Frægur: the famous one 
Frændi: a relative 
Funi: fire, flame 
Fúsi: short for Sigfús or Vigfús 
Fylkir: king, duke 
Fölkvir: grey, pale 
Fölrauður: light red 
Fölski: dying embers, light chestnut 
Fölskvi: dying embers, ashes 
Fölvi: pale, light palomino 
Fölvir: sword 
Fönix: phoenix 
Föstólfur: reliable wolf 
Fábeina: light-coloured legs 
Fála: promiscuous woman, axe 
Fannhvít: snow-white
Farfús: likes to travel 
Fasta: a fast
Fatíma: woman′s name 
Faxa: impressing mane 
Faxadís: goddess, servant of the horse Faxi 
Faxprúð: havign a thick and beautiful mane
Fegurð: beauty 
Feila: shyness 
Feima: the shy one 
Fenja: female slave
Fenna: hard snow
Festa: stability 
Fiða: thin horseshoe 
Fiðla: fiddle, violin
Fífa: cotton-grass 
Fila: felt saddle
Fína: sheen, shine
Finna: finnish woman 
Fjalgerður: name of a fairy
Fjalladís: goddess of the mountains 
Fjalla-Skjóna: pinto from the mountains 
Fjóla: violet
Fjöður: feather 
Fjölráð: she who has many resources ready on hand
Fjörgyn: one of the names of Earth
Fjötra: woman′s name 
Flaga: thin sod of turf 
Flanka: she who goes astray
Flapa: woman with a loose tongue
Fláráð: false, deceitful
Flása: frivolous, impetuous woman
Flaska: flask, bottle
Flaug: arrow 
Flauma: troll woman 
Flegða: giant woman 
Flaumósa: mare that is always in a flurry
Flauta: flute, whistle
Flekka: spot, freckle
Flenja: large ray (fish) or woman 
Flenna: trollop, woman of easy virtue
Flétta: plaited hair
Flikra: spotted, pinto 
Flipa: name of a mare with a beautiful upper lip
Flíra: ingratiating woman
Fló: flea 
Flóka: tangle
Flosa: fickle woman 
Flúð: rock causing rapids in shallow water
Fluðra: rash, flighry woman
Fluga: fly 
Flugglöð: arrow 
Flugsvinn: strong flyer, arrow 
Flugsæl: loves o run
Flumbra: rash, impulsive person 
Flúra: dab (fish) 
Flyðra: halibut
Flækja: tangle
Fóa: female fox 
Fóella: long-tailed, duck 
Fokka: foresail 
Folda: land, earth 
Fordæða: witch 
Forsæla: shade
Forysta: leadership 
Fóstra: foster-mother or daughter
Fótfim: nimble-footed, agile
Fóthvöt: swift-footed, quick
Fótviss: sure-footed
Frá: quick-footed, fast
Frakka: spear, lance
Framgjörn: ambitious, pushy
Framtíð: future 
Frauka: miss, unmarried woman
Fregn: news, message 
Fregna: news 
Freisting: temptation 
Frekja: impudent, pushiness
Frekna: spot, freckle
Frenja: impulsive woman
Freydís: goddess associated with Freyr or Freyja
Freyfaxa: frothy-maned 
Freyja: norse goddess 
Freykja: thin loosely woven cloth
Fríða: woman′s name
Friðsemd: peace, calm 
Frigg: norse goddess wife of Óðinn
Frilla: mistress
Fró: comfort, remedy
Frostrós: frost rose 
Fruma: cell 
Frunsa: disrespectful word for a young woman
Fruska: flirt, trollop
Frægð: fame, reputation
Fræna: sharpness, bite
Fúga: fugue 
Fúlga: large sum of money
Funa: burning with interest
Fura: pinetree, streak, scratch
Furða: wonder, phantom 
Fyla: filly, young mare 
Fýla: bad temper
Fylgja: protective spirit
Fylja: pregnant mare
Fylla: large wave 
Fögur: beautiful mare
Fönn: snow, snow-drift 
Förul: wondering

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Galar: a dwarf 
Galdur: the wild one 
Galli: fault, defect 
Galman: old and rare man′s name 
Gálmur: sword 
Galsi: playful, hilarious 
Galti: boar 
Gambur: merriment, storm 
Gamli: old one 
Gammur: vulture 
Gandálfur: elf with a wand, ancient king 
Gandi: horse 
Gandur: horse, magical wand 
Ganglati: lazy horse 
Gangleri: tired of going, name for Óðinn 
Ganti: jester, prankster 
Garðar: guarding warrior 
Garði: guard 
Garður: wall, man′s name 
Gári: small wave, light breeze 
Garmur: poor man 
Garpur: hero, brave man 
Garri: cold storm 
Gárúngi: prankster; braggart 
Gáski: playful, hilarious 
Gassi: braggart, show-off 
Gaukur: cuckoo 
Gaumur: alertness, interest 
Gaupi: name for a sea god 
Gaupnir: name for Óðinn 
Gauti: Gotlander, Swede, name for Óðinn 
Gautrekur: gothic chief 
Gautstafur: gothic letter, horse′s name 
Gautur: Gotlander, Swede 
Gautviður: name from the sagas 
Geiguður: name for Óðinn 
Geir: spear, man′s name 
Geirólfur: man′s name 
Geirröður: mythological king 
Geisli: ray 
Gellir: noisy 
Gelmir: eagle 
Gerðar: protector 
Geri: greedy person 
Gerpir: Iceland′s easternmost point 
Gestill: name of a sea god 
Gestumblindi: name for Óðinn 
Gestur: guest, stranger 
Geysir: geyser, energy 
Gífur: dog of Menglada 
Gikkur: show-off 
Gillir: word for eagle or bullock 
Gillungur: a giant 
Gimsteinn: gem stone 
Ginfaxi: magical sign 
Ginnar: falcon 
Gípar: old and rare man′s name 
Gísl: bright horse 
Gísli: man′s name 
Gissur: man′s name 
Gjafall: giver 
Gjafar: giver 
Gjúki: giver 
Glaður: happy, merry 
Glámblesi: wide blaze 
Glampi: light ray, glowing eye 
Glámur: horse with wide blaze, ghost 
Glanni: reckless, dark devil 
Glasi: fisheye 
Glaumur: merriment 
Gleisir: elegant 
Glenur: husband of the sun, shining 
Glettingur: teasing 
Glíri: laughter 
Glirnir: one who giggles and laughs 
Glitfaxi: glittering mane 
Glitnir: glittering 
Gljáfaxi: glittering mane 
Gljásvartur: glossy black 
Glóðafeykir: a mountain 
Glófaxi: light or golden mane 
Glófextur: with a light or golden mane 
Glói: glowing 
Glóinn: the glowing one 
Glókollur: red golden mane, firecrest 
Glóni: colourful 
Glossi: flaming eyes, flash 
Glotti: shining area on ice, grinning person 
Gluggi: window 
Glúmur: dark image 
Glymjandi: thunder, noise 
Glænefur: light muzzle 
Glæpur: crime 
Glær: shining, glowing 
Glæsir: impressive horse 
Gnaddur: young man 
Gneisti: spark 
Gnúpur: steep mountain 
Gnýfari: roaring noise, as riding on pebbles 
Gnýfeti: quickfoot 
Gnýr: roar, noise, blizzard 
Goddi: diminution of Goði 
Goði: chieftain 
Goliat: biblical giant 
Gollnir: the noisy one 
Golnir: name for Óðinn 
Gormur: grounds, spir spring 
Gos: outbreak 
Gosi: knight 
Grábakur: old word for dragon 
Gráblesi: grey or dappled horse with blaze 
Gráði: breeze 
Gráfaxi: grey mane 
Gráfeldur: grey hair 
Gráhvítur: light grey 
Grákollur: grey head 
Grámann: man′s name, grey mane 
Gramur: king, duke, vexed 
Gránasi: grey horse with snip 
Gránefur: grey nose 
Grani: old name for a horse 
Gráni: grey horse 
Grár: grey 
Grárauður: grey-red 
Grási: dapple grey 
Gráskeggur: grey beard 
Gráskjóni: grey pinto 
Grásokki: grey with socks 
Grástakkur: with grey cape 
Grásteinn: stone grey 
Grátittlingur: meadow lark 
Grátoppur: grey forelock 
Grátur: grief, weeping 
Grautur: mash, porridge, nonsense 
Greifi: earl 
Grettir: name of a dragon, famous outlaw 
Griður: der Gnädige 
Grímaldur: troll of a fairy tale 
Grímnir: disguised person 
Grímur: masked person 
Grindill: storm 
Gripnir: robber, viking 
Grípur: name of a vulture 
Guðbrandur: man′s name 
Gulkollur: yellow head 
Gullfaxi: golden mane 
Gullfeti: golden footed 
Gullinbursti: boar in the sagas 
Gullinfaxi: golden mane 
Gullintanni: golden teeth 
Gullkollur: golden head 
Gullnir: a giant 
Gullskjóni: yellow pinto 
Gullskór: golden foot 
Gulltoppur: golden forelock 
Gullver: the yellow one 
Gulur: yellow 
Gumi: old, dignified word for man 
Gúndi: pet name 
Gungnir: Óðinn′s spear 
Gunnar: man′s name 
Gunnálfur: a dwarf 
Gunnfaxi: battle horse with big mane 
Gústi: diminution of Águst 
Gustur: storm, blizzard 
Gutti: diminution of Guttormur 
Gvendur: diminution of Guðmundur 
Gýgjar: fiddler 
Gýlfi: name of a sea-god, duke 
Gyllir: the golden one 
Gýmir: a god of the sea 
Gýrðir: pinto horse with white side, girth 
Gæðingur: perfect riding horse
Gála: trollop; jumpy, nervous animal
Gálma: kink, twist, knot in a woolen thread
Gálmurða: knot, muddle, problem 
Galtroppa: frolicsome, prankish woman
Gambra: troll woman 
Gamma: third letter in the Greek alphabet
Gandála: jumpy, nervous animal
Ganglöt: bondwoman of Hel, goddess of the underworld
Gangtöm: mare trained in gaits 
Ganta: foolish woman 
Gantroppa: frolicsome, prankish woman
Garðrofa: mare′s name
Garún: variation of the name Guðrún 
Gáska: playful, wanton mare
Gát: attention, caution
Gáta: riddle, problem
Gaupa: lynx 
Gaura: darning needle 
Gedda: pike (fish) 
Gefja: fog, laziness
Gefjun: a goddess 
Gefla: high wave, breaker 
Gefn: name of Freyja 
Gegða: hussy woman 
Geira: woman′s name, spear 
Geitla: troll woman, she who dresses in goat skin 
Gellivör: troll woman 
Gemsa: chamois; wench
Gengilbeina: name of teh bondwoman in the poem Rígsþula 
Genja: large animal 
Genta: large halibut, girl 
Gera: greedy she-wolf
Gerða: woman′s name 
Gerður: wife of Freyr 
Gerpla: woman′s name 
Gerra: stormy weather, cold wind 
Gersemi: precious thing, treasure
Gessa: troll woman 
Gestilja: troll woman, monster 
Geyfa: snowstorm
Geysa: troll woman, mare; feminine form of Geysir
Gígja: violin, fiddle 
Gima: patch of clear sky, gap in the clouds
Gina: opening in the clouds
Gípa: glutton, giantness, hoyden
Gjálp: wave, sea
Gjóla: breeze
Gjóna: breeze 
Gjósta: gust of wind
Gjúga: breeze, breaking wave
Gjöf: gift, present
Gjöll: name of a river; noise, battle
Glaðastjarna: Venus (the star) 
Glaðvaka: awake, lively mare
Gláka: hussy
Gláma: name of a mare with a wide blaze 
Glanna: adventurous, dare-devil girl
Glás: mashed fish
Gleði: joy, happiness
Gleðra: flirt, trollop
Glefja: spear 
Glefsa: morsel, snippet
Glenna: opening in the clouds, trick, disservice
Gletta: joke, bitterness
Gletting: joking, teasing
Glettni: prankishness, playfulness
Glymmérei: forget-me-not (flower)
Glíma: Icelandic wrestling 
Glinga: prankishness, jocularity
Glíra: roar of laughter
Glitfaxa: shimmering mane 
Gljá: smooth ice, glitter, shininess
Glóa: she who glows, shines
Glóbjört: shining bright
Glóblesa: bright chestnut with a blaze 
Glóð: red hot embers
Glódís: glowing goddess 
Glóðrauð: fire red 
Glóey: name for the sun 
Glófaxa: mare with a shining mane 
Gloðra: flirt; nervous ewe
Glókolla: bright chestnut mare with a light fore-lock
Gloppa: gap; dormant volcanic crater
Glóra: glimmer, shine
Gloria: foreign derived from Latin meaning glory, fame
Glósokka: bright chestnut with socks 
Glossa: troll woman
Glumra: clatter, thunder; boisterous girl, troll-woman
Glyðra: flirt, coquette
Glyrna: staring eye
Glytja: cloud; rough weather
Glæða: she who kindles or promotes
Glæfra: brief sunshine
Glæra: small flame, fair weather
Glæta: faint, dim light; drop of strong drink
Glöð: bright, happy
Gná: goddess
Gneip: gap between figers; troll-woman
Gnepja: axe
Gnípa: peak, mountain summit
Gnissa: troll-woman
Gnótt: abundance
Gnýpa: she who droops
Góa: name of a month in the old calander
Góðráð: she who gives good advice
Gófla: bridle bit, mouthful, mumbling
Gola: breeze
Gonta: small skate; little puppy
Gopa: tiny mouth; talkative woman
Gorpa: small trout
Gosa: joker, buffoon
Gráblesa: name for a white-blazed gray mare
Grábrá: gray around the eyes and brows
Grábrók: name for a gray mare, with either white front- or hind legs
Grádögg: name for a misty gray mare
Gráfaxa: name for a gray maned mare
Gráfríður: woman´s name
Gráhetta: name for a gray mare with a dark head
Grájörp: name of a bay mare with a gray tinge
Grákolla: name of a woman in a folk-tale
Gráma: gray in color
Grámana: with a gray mane
Grána: name for a gray mare
Granrauð: mare with a chestnut muzzle
Gránsa: name for a gray mare
Grása: gray mare
Grásíða: gray side
Gráska: gray mare
Gráskinna: gray skin, the name of an old manuscript
Gráskjóna: name for a gray pinto mare
Grásokka: name for a gray mare with socks
Grástjarna: name for a white-starred gray mare
Grátoppa: name for a mare with a gray forlock
Grein: branch of a tree
Greipa: troll-woman 
Gréla: blunt knife; thin and small animal
Gremja: annoyance, trouble
Greppa: troll-woman
Grettla: short title for Grettis saga
Gribba: she-wolf, bad tempered woman
Gríður: troll-woman, greediness
Grilla: lapse, mental block, confusion
Gríma: one of the names fro night
Grípa: she who seizes, grabs
Gró: name for a sword
Gróa: name for a sword
Gróska: fertility
Grotta: bogey woman, bad-tempered woman
Grybba: bad-tempered woman
Grýla: wicked witch, bogey woman in Icelandic folklore
Grýta: pot
Græska: malice, spite
Grön: mane for a mare with a pale muzzle
Gufa: steam
Gullbrá: the name of an ancient woman practising black magic
Gullfaxa: name for a mare with a golden colored mane
Gullfeta: name for a mare with a golden colored hooves
Gullkolla: name for a mare with a golden colored fore-lock
Gullskjóna: name for a golden pinto mare
Gulltoppa: name for a mare with a golden fore-lock
Gullveig: female person in the mythological poem Völuspá
Gumpa: troll-woman
Gunnlöð: name of a goddess
Gunnur: battle; valkyrie
Gusa: splash; snowstorm
Gusta: from the word "gustur", gust of wind
Gyða: troll-woman
Gyðja: goddess, divine femine being
Gýgja: musical intrument, violin
Gýgur: axe; troll-woman
Gylling: guilding; delusion
Gýpa: glutton, giantness, hoyden
Gæfa: good fortune
Gæla: caress
Gæna: breeze
Gæs: goose
Gæska: kindness, goodnes

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Háblesi: long blaze 
Haddi: short for Haraldur 
Haddingur: warrior 
Hafall: a giant 
Háfeti: with high leg movements 
Hafli: a giant 
Hafsteinn: man′s name 
Hafur: billy-goat, man′s name 
Hafþór: man′s name 
Hagsbarður: old man′s name 
Haki: chop 
Hákon: man′s name 
Halastjarni: comet 
Háleggur: long legs 
Hálfdan: Danish king 
Halldór: man′s name 
Hallgrímmur: man′s name 
Hallkell: man′s name 
Hallþór: man′s name 
Hamar: hammer, rock 
Hamdir: son of Gudrun, legendary hero 
Hamðir: falcon 
Hamskerpir: father of Hófvarpnir 
Hamur: roan horse 
Handleggur: forearm 
Hár: hair 
Haraldur: man′s name 
Hárekur: man′s name 
Harki: noise 
Harkur: fire 
Harri: name of an ox 
Háski: the fast one, danger 
Hásteinn: man′s name 
Hástigi: horse′s name 
Hástígur: lifting his legs high 
Hátign: highness 
Hátið: festival 
Hattur: hat, custom 
Haugbúi: ghost 
Haukur: hawk 
Haustgóði: qualities of autumn 
Hausti: like autumn 
Hávar: huge warrior 
Hávi: name for Óðinn 
Héðinn: dressed in leather, man’s name 
Heiðar: inhabitant of the heath, man’s name 
Heiðingi: wolf 
Heiðir: falcon 
Heiðþornir: sky 
Heimir: man′s name 
Heimur: universe, home 
Heiti: a god of the sea 
Hektor: Greek hero 
Helgi: saint 
Helmingur: half part 
Helsi: collar 
Helsingi: Barnacle Goose 
Hemingur: skin of a horse′s leg 
Hemlir: king of the sea 
Hengill: slope 
Heppni: good luck, fortune 
Herjann: name for Óðinn 
Herkir: fire 
Hermóður: herald of the gods, man′s name 
Hersir: Norwegian chief 
Hervar: man′s name 
Hervir: warrior 
Hildigöltur. helmet 
Hildingur: king 
Hildir: warrior 
Hildólfur: man′s name 
Hilmar: man′s name 
Hilmir: man′s name 
Hinrik: man′s name 
Hirðir: herdsman 
Hjaðningur: descendant of Héðinn 
Hjalli: ledge, terrace, rare man′s name 
Hjálmur: helmet 
Hjalti: man′s name 
Hjarði: herd 
Hjari: peninsula 
Hjarrandi: the loud one 
Hjartan: heart 
Hjúpur: cover, veil 
Hjör: sword 
Hjörðungur: herdsman 
Hjörleifur: man′s name 
Hjörtur: stag 
Hjörvar: surname 
Hlátur: laughter 
Hlaupastingur: stitches in the side, pleuralgia 
Hlébarður: leopard 
Hleiðólfur: a dwarf 
Hlenni: thief 
Hlér: name of Ægir 
Hlíðar: slope 
Hljómur: pretty sound, tune 
Hlykkur: bay, inlet 
Hlymur: sound of hooves 
Hlynur: wages, maple 
Hlýri: cheek, brother 
Hlýrnir: sky 
Hlöður: name from the sagas 
Hlöðver: man′s name 
Hlöðvir: man′s name 
Hlömmuður: storm 
Hnaggur: little rock 
Hnaki: rare man′s name 
Hnakkur: saddle 
Hnaukur: mountain top 
Hnefi: fist 
Hniflungur: rare man′s name 
Hnífur: knife 
Hnikuður: name for Óðinn 
Hnjótur: grass hill 
Hnjúkur: mountain top 
Hnokki: young lad 
Hnollur: shower 
Hnotti: grass hill 
Hnúði: whale 
Hnúður: hunchback, name for a whale 
Hnútur: knot, a son of Grýla 
Hnýðingur: whale 
Hnýfill: son of Grýla 
Hofsi: horse′s name 
Hófur: hoof 
Hófvarpnir: throws his hooves 
Holdbori: raven 
Holti: lives on a hill 
Hómer: Greek poet 
Honir: brother of Óðinn 
Hornfirðingur: der aus Hornafjord 
Hóseas: biblical prophet 
Hotti: grass hill 
Hraðboði: express messenger 
Hraði: speed 
Hrafn: raven 
Hrafnfaxi: horse with dark mane 
Hrafnfinnur: horse′s name 
Hrafnkarl: black guy 
Hrafnkell: man′s name 
Hrafnketill: man′s name 
Hrani: inconsiderate, raw person 
Hrapi: fire 
Hrappur: scoundrel 
Hrauðnir: destroyer 
Hrauðungur: destroyer 
Hraumi: show-off 
Hregfaxi: wind in the mane 
Hreggmóður: brave in the storm 
Hreggnasi: with uneven snip 
Hreggviður: old and rare man′s name 
Hreimur: sound, name of a slave 
Hreindýr: reindeer 
Hreini: stallion 
Hreinn: pure, sheer, male reindeer 
Hrekkur: rogue 
Hreppir: rare man′s name 
Hríðir: sword 
Hriki: tall man 
Hrímandi: fog from frost 
Hrímfaxi: frosted, white mane 
Hrími: frosted one 
Hrímnir: hoar frost 
Hrímur: frosted 
Hringfaxi: wonderhorse in a fairy tale 
Hringur: ring, ring-eyed horse 
Hringver: man′s name 
Hrjóður: sky 
Hróar: old man′s name 
Hróði: inconsiderate person 
Hróður: fame 
Hroftur: sorcerer 
Hrói: old man′s name (Hrói Hottur means Robin Hood) 
Hroki: arrogance, haughtiness 
Hrólfur: wolf, man′s name 
Hrollur: shuddering 
Hross-Björn: horse-bear 
Hrumnir: a giant 
Hrugnir: a giant, owner of the horse Gullfaxi 
Hrungnir: a ring in the saga 
Hrútur: ram 
Hrymur: a giant 
Hrökkvir: a giant 
Hrönduður: sword 
Hröngviður: name from the sagas 
Hrötuður: fire 
Hugar: ghost 
Hugi: brave horse, remembrance 
Huginn: one of Óðinn′s ravens 
Hugleikur: one that is liked 
Hugljúfur: very friendly 
Hugur: thought, ghost 
Hugstarri: a dwarf 
Humli: name from the sagas 
Humlungur: son of Humli 
Húnar: little bear, Hun 
Hundingur: a king 
Húni: bear cub 
Hvatur: quick 
Hvellur: bang, boom 
Hvinur: whining like the wind 
Hvítfaxi: white mane 
Hvítingur: white horse 
Hvítskjóni: grey pinto 
Hvítur: white 
Hvæsir: snorting 
Hylling: fata morgana, mirage 
Hyltingur: lives on a hill 
Hylur: deep part of a creek 
Hymir: a giant 
Hysingur: old man′s name 
Hækingur: sword 
Hæklingur: man′s name 
Hæmir: king of the sea 
Hæringur: herring, dapple grey 
Hærulángur: long grey or white hair 
Höður: warrior 
Höfði: cape, headland 
Höfrungur: dolphin 
Högni: man′s name, tom cat 
Högnuður: magical sign, prize 
Höldur: farmer, land owner 
Hölkvi: horse 
Hölkvir: horse′s name 
Hörður: brave, man’s name 
Hörvir: fire 
Höskuldur: horse with grey forelock 
Höss: grey 
Hösvi: grey 
Hösvir: grey 
Höttur: son of Grýla, hat, hood Hábrók: name for a hawk
Hadda: pot-hook, pot-handle
Háðvör: princess in fairy-tales
Háfeta: high-lifting mare
Hafla: giantess
Halastjarna: comet
Hálfblesa: name for a half white blazed mare
Halla: stone
Hallbjörg: salvation
Hallveig: power and energy
Hámeri: porbeagle
Hamnigja: happiness
Hamradís: goddess who lives in the cliffs
Hamskörp: shrivelled skin
Hára: the gray haired one
Harka: severity, harshness
Harpa: name of a month; harp
Hástiga: she who steps high
Hátíð: festivites
Hátign: majesty
Hatta: she who has a hat on her head
Hausta: fall, autumn
Hefring: wave; one of Ægir´s daughters
Heiða: heather
Heiði: heighlands, moorland pastures
Heiðrún: woman´s name
Heiður: the bright one
Heimfús: mare which likes to run home to her paddock
Hekja: ancient and unusual 
Hekla: name of a mountain
Héla: rime; frost on the ground or windows
Hemja: restraint, moderation
Hemla: brake, restraint
Hempa: long gown, cassock
Hemra: name of a river and a farm
Hending: chance, accident
Hera: greek goddess
Herða: hardness; steelrod in a sword blade
Herfa: ugly person
Herkja: giantess
Hervör: woman´s name
Hespa: clasp, lock
Hetja: hero, noble in courage and honour
Hetta: hood, head-wear
Hettugríma: queen in a fairytale
Hilda: foreign derivative of battle
Hildur: battle
Híma: nap; thin layer of cloud
Himinglæfa: one of Ægir´s daughters
Hind: roe-deer, hind
Hít: troll-woman
Hjálma: helmet
Hjálp: help
Hjötra: Fjötra and Tötra´s sister in Gautrek Saga
Hlaðgerður: woman´s name
Hlaðvör: the daughter of Þorgerður höldatröll in folktale
Hláka: thaw; hussy
Hlein: landing rock; rest
Hlíð: hill, mountain slope
Hlíf: the mother
Hlín: goddess
Hljóð: the quiet one
Hlóra: the god Þór´s fostermother
Hlussa: fat and well-devoloped woman
Hlust: acoustic canal in one´s ear
Hlý: warm
Hlýja: warmth
Hlökk: valkyrie
Hnáta: chubby, stout girl
Hneif: large hook
Hneta: nut
Hnísa: porpoise
Hnjáka: chubby, thick-set girl
Hnjáta: chubby, vigorous girl
Hnoss: precious item, treasure
Hnot: nut
Hnota: knuckle-bone
Hnúða: knob, hump
Hnúfa: mountain summit
Hnúta: bone joint
Hnyðja: short and stout woman
Hnyðra: small, soft and round object; chubby girl
Hosa: mare with white socks
Hrafndís: woman´s name, goddess
Hrafnhetta: black around the head
Hrafnhildur: woman´s name
Hrafnkatla: woman´s name
Hrafntinna: shiny black rock
Hreða: cold, snowy weather
Hrefna: female crow
Hreggmóð: courageous in a storm
Hreggnös: storm-beaten muzzle
Hreggsvöl: cold as snow
Hrelling: affliction, sorrow
Hremmsa: arrow; kind of noose
Hreyfing: motion, movement
Hrífa: rake, farm implement
Hrifla: ancient and unusual
Hríma: mare with white frost coloring
Hrímfaxa: mare with a white frosty mane
Hrímskella: noisy woman
Hrina: howling wind, hail
Hringey: ring island
Hrigiða: whirlpool
Hringja: buckle, clasp
Hringstjarna: ring star
Hrísla: bush; twig
Hrota: bout of weather
Hrund: valkyrie
Hryðja: giantess, hoyde: downpour of rain or hail
Hröng: noise
Hrönn: wave
Húfa: head wear, hat
Huggun: comfort, consolation
Hugljúf: pleasant
Hugmynd: idea, concept, notion
Hugrökk: brave, courageous
Hugrún: thought, secret
Hugsýn: vision, apparition
Hula: veil, haze, film
Huld: troll-woman
Hulda: veil; fairy
Huldumær: fairy lass
Hurpa: wrinkled woman; spinster
Hvatvís: rash, reckless
Hveðna: pan, small kettle
Hveðra: troll-woman
Hvesta: depression, hollow
Hvítnös: white nose
Hvönn: angelica
Hvöss: stormy; quick, sharp
Hvöt: urging, goading
Hylling: loyalty; oath of loyalty
Hyndla: name of a troll-woman
Hyndla: name of a troll-woman
Hýra: warm, pleasant manners
Hyrna: mountain peak, summit
Hæra: cover made from horse hair
Hödd: ancient and unusual
Hörn: troll-woman

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Iði: busy, active 
Iðmundur: man′s name 
lðni: assiduous, diligent 
Ifill: falcon 
Ifjungur: falcon 
Ifli: falcon 
Igull: hedgehog, porcupine, hair that sticks up 
Illingur: horse or bull 
Illugi: man′s name 
Ímaldur: old and rare man′s name 
Ími: wolf 
Ímir: greyish animal, wolf 
Ímnir: sword 
Indíánaskjóni: indian pinto 
Indíáni: american indian 
Ingimar: man′s name 
Ingimundur: man′s name 
Ingólfur: man′s name 
Ingvar: man′s name 
Íringur: horse with light spots 
Ísak: biblical name 
Ísjaki: ice-floe, iceberg 
Islandus: Icelander (latin) 
Ísólfur: ice-wolf, man′s name 
Ísungur: a hero 
Ívaldi: old and rare man′s name 
Ívan: man′s name 
Iða: turbulence
Iðunn: goddess
Iðga: nuthatch
Igla: smoke; name of a harmful creature
Íma: the gray or dark one
Imd: giantess, hoyden
Ípa: one of Grýla´s daughters: troll-woman
Irpa: the bay one
Ísafold: Iceland
Ísing: thin covering of ice
Ísold: Tristam´s beloved, in the Icelandic Saga
Íviðja: troll-woman

J


Jaki: iceberg 
Jálfaður: name for Óðinn 
Jálfur: noise 
Jari: name of a dwarf 
Jarl: earl 
Jarpblesi: brown horse with blaze 
Jarpnasi: brown horse with snip 
Jarpskjóni: brown pinto 
Jarpstjarni: brown horse with star 
Jarpur: brown horse 
Jeremias: biblical man′s name 
Jófreður: loves horses 
Jógrímur: rare man′s name 
Jói: diminution of Jóhann 
Jókell: old and rare man′s name 
Jóki: small horse 
Jólfur: horse-wolf 
Jólnir: name for Óðinn 
Jómar: name from the sagas 
Jómundur: rare man′s name 
Jón: man′s name 
Jónas: man′s name 
Jónatan: biblical name 
Jónki: diminution of Jón 
Jónu-þytur: Þytur owned by Jóna 
Jór: horse (poetic) 
Jórekur: name from the sagas 
Jósafat: man′s name 
Jósteinn: horse-stone, man′s name 
Júlli: pet name (Julius) 
Júpiter: Roman god 
Jöður: protector 
Jöfur: wild boar, king 
Jökull: glacier 
Jörfi: sandbank 
Jörmungandur: son of Loki 
Jörmuni: horse 
Jörmunur: name for Óðinn 
Jörundur: man′s name 
Jörvi: sandbank 
Jötunn: giant, sorcerer Jaðraka: black-tailed godwit
Jalda: mare
Japra: worm
Jara: battle
Járnviðja: troll-woman
Jarpblesa: name of a bay mare with a blaze
Jarplitfara: name for a bay/red roan mare
Jarpskjóna: name for a bay pinto mare
Jarpsokka: name for a bay mare with socks
Jarpstjarna: name for a bay mare with a star
Jarpvinda: name for a silverdapple bay mare
Játning: confession, admission
Jódís: sister
Jófríður: she who adores horses
Jóka: derives from Jórunn, famous female ghost in the folk stories
Jóra: troll-woman
Júlía: foreign of Latin origin; Julia
Jökla: mare used to hard-frozen snow
Jörð: earth; goddess
Jörp: name for a bay mare

K


Kaðall: rope 
Kafteinn: captain 
Kaktus: cactus 
Kain: biblical name 
Kaldi: cold breeze 
Kálfur: calf 
Kali: cold wind 
Kalli: diminution of Karl 
Kalsi: cold weather 
Kambur: rooster comb, impressive mane 
Kanill: cinammon-coloured 
Kapall: horse 
Kappi: hero, warrior 
Kápur: wears a coat (pinto) 
Kargur: stubborn horse 
Kári: harp of the wind, man′s name 
Kaspar: man′s name 
Kátur: cheerful, dog′s name 
Keilir: vulcano 
Keli: flatterer, merriment 
Kembingur: mixture of different colours 
Ketill: kettle, man′s name 
Kettlingur: kitten 
Keyptur: one who has been bought 
Kíli: wedge 
Kiljan: man′s name 
Kinni: differently coloured cheeks 
Kinningur: differently coloured cheeks 
Kinnskar: glowing cheeks 
Kinnskjóni: spots on the cheeks 
Kinnskær: with white cheeks 
Kisi: young cat 
Kjalar: name for Óðinn 
Kjálki: jaw in contrasting colour 
Kjammi: differently coloured jaws 
Kjangi: hunchback 
Kjáni: fool 
Kjarkur: braveness 
Kjarni: kernel 
Kjartan: man′s name 
Kjarval: surname 
Kjói: gull species 
Klaki: ice 
Klakki: cloud 
Klampur: block of wood 
Klaufi: bungler 
Kleppur: cliff 
Kliður: rush, noise 
Klökkur: torn 
Klókur: slick, shifty 
Klossi: lump 
Klumpur: lump 
Knútur: man′s name 
Knörr: viking ship with raised dragon in front 
Kobbi: baby seal 
Kokkur: cook 
Kolbakur: black back 
Kolbeinn: black leg 
Kolblakkur: coalblack horse 
Kolbrúnn: coalblack horse 
Kolfaxi: black mane 
Kolfinnur: man′s name, black horse 
Kólfur: spear, sheath of a horse 
Kolgrímur: man′s name 
Kolli: horse with a light mane 
Kollur: top of the head, forelock 
Kolskeggur: black beard 
Koltur: name of a mountain 
Kolur: coal black 
Kommi: comma shaped star 
Kóngur: king 
Koníak: brandy, cognac 
Konna-Bleikur: yellow dun owned by Konni 
Konni: short for Hákon 
Konungssonur: prince 
Konungur: king 
Kopar: copper 
Kópur: baby seal 
Koppur: pot, a son of Grýla 
Korgur: coffee grounds 
Kórall: coral 
Kormákur: man′s name 
Korpur: raven 
Kostur: advantage, good quality 
Kóti: scoundrel 
Krabbi: crayfish 
Kraftur: power 
Kraki: bean stalk 
Krákur: crow 
Krapi: sleet 
Kriki: corner, angle 
Kristall: crystal 
Kristmundur: man′s name 
Króknefur: eagle′s nose 
Krókur: hook, chin 
Krummi: nickname for raven 
Kröggur: problem 
Kubbur: stump, fatso 
Kúfur: hat, hood, cap 
Kuggur: little boat 
Kuldi: coldness 
Kulur: cold breeze 
Kvasi: tired, breathless 
Kvasir: a giant 
Kveikur: wick 
Kveldroði: sunset glow 
Kveldúlfur: evening-wolf, old icelandic man′s name 
Kvikur: lively 
Kvistur: twig, tree knot 
Kyndill: torch 
Kvæsir: shy one, one who hisses 
Kölski: devil, satan 
Köttur: cat Kaldráð: reminds one of the saying: "Cold is woman′s advice."
Kaldyrja: cold rain
Kamba: associated with the place Kambur but kambur also means withers of a horse 
Kanga: mare′s name 
Kápa: coat, cape 
Kapall: horse, mare, the word comes from Irish ′capall′
Kára: curly hair 
Karrí: curry 
Karta: tiny thing
Kátína: merriment, gaiety
Katla: a volcano 
Keðja: chain 
Keila: name of a mountain; type of fish
Kelda: bog, spring
Kella: old woman 
Kemba: comb full of wool 
Kempa: hero, champion
Kengála: name for a dun mare
Kengja: cripple or hunchbacked mare; horse with little energy
Kergja: stubborness, obstinacy
Kerling: old woman 
Kerski: briskness, facetiousness
Kesja: weapon, kind of halberd
Keyfa: top, crown of the head
Kibba: from the call "kibbakibb" which is used to call sheep
Kilja: coat, cloak
Kímni: humour, joking, fun
Kinna: mare with a patch on her cheek
Kinnskjóna: pinto mare with a white patch on her cheek
Kippa: she, who pulls on the reins
Kjamma: mare with patch on her jaw
Kjúka: pasern bone
Kjöng: name for a hunchbacked mare
Klambra: frozen ground
Klára: name for a mare that trots well, implement to turn grind dung on a homefield
Klassík: classic
Kleima: troll-woman 
Kleina: special type of ′doughnut′ had with coffee
Kleópatra: name of the Egyptian Queen
Kleppa: troll-woman 
Kletta: stationary, lazy mare
Klípa: crisis, difficulties
Klóthildur: Valkyrie 
Klúka: saddle, heap, pile
Klukka: bell
Klumba: club
Klyppa: daughter of Grýla 
Klöpp: flat rock
Kná: vigorous, tough
Kneif: large hook
Knúta: knuckle-bone
Kofa: name of a young black guillemot or puffin
Kola: dim light; oil-lamp
Kolbrá: dark around the eyes and brow
Kolbrún: dark brow
Kolfinna: dark or black mare
Kolfreyja: dark or black mare
Kolgríma: mare with dark or black head
Kólga: wave, one of Ægir′s daughters; cold wind
Kolka: nickname of a settler
Kolla: mare with a darker color of the head or forelock 
Kolskör: dark hair 
Koltinna: black horse 
Kolubleik: dun with dark head and legs 
Komma: comma 
Korga: thick clouds
Kóróna: crown 
Korpa: female raven 
Kosning: choice, election
Kotra: dice game 
Kotrún: poor man′s daughter in a fairy tale 
Krafla: name of a hot spring 
Kráka: crow 
Krás: delicacy 
Kreppa: pinch, difficulty
Kría: arctic tern (bird) 
Kríla: tiny thing, petite
Kringla: pretzel 
Króna: coin
Krúka: hand
Krumla: large clumsy hand
Krumma: large hand
Krummatá: unravelling of a skirt hem
Krúna: crown, forehead of an animal
Kryppa: hump on a spine
Kræða: coward 
Kræma: effeminate person
Kúfa: name for a mare with a dark head
Kula: cold wind
Kúla: ball, bump
Kumba: name from the sagas 
Kurta: small animal 
Kveðja: greeting 
Kveikja: she who incites or encourages
Kvik: lively, spirited, mare
Kvika: swell of a wave
Kvöldvaka: late evening before bedtime, evening entertainment
Kvörn: mill
Kylfa: club
Kylja: cold wind
Kyppa: daughter of Grýla 
Kæla: chill
Kæna: small boat 
Kæpa: female seal 
Kæti: meriment

L


Láðvörður: king 
Lagsi: friend, companion 
Laki: patch, name of volcano 
Láki: shark 
Landfari: tramp, hobo 
Landi: Icelander in a foreign country 
Langförli: travelled far 
Landleggur: son of Grýla 
Láni: son of Grýla 
Lappi: horse with sock 
Laski: wedge 
Latur: lazy 
Laufi: sword 
Laukur: onion 
Laxi: companion, little guy 
Leiðingur: leader 
Leiftri: sparkling, flash 
Leiftur: flash 
Leifur: man′s name 
Leikari: actor, player 
Leiknir: skillful, supple 
Leikur: playful, lively 
Leiri: clay-colored horse, palomino 
Leiringur: clay 
Leisti: horse with sock 
Leistur: horse with sock 
Leó: man′s name 
Leppur: son of Grýla 
Léttféti: light footed 
Léttir: light footed 
Lifri: brother 
Linda-Skjóni: Lindi′s pinto 
Lindi: diminution of Erlendur 
Listi: edge, railing 
Litfari: horse that changes color with the seasons 
Litli: little 
Litli-Brúnn: little brown horse 
Litur: colour 
Ljómi: radiance 
Ljóri: dormer window 
Ljósbleikur: light dun 
Ljósblesi: palomino with blaze 
Ljósgrár: grey palomino 
Ljósi: the light one 
Ljósarpur: light bay 
Ljóskollur: light forelock 
Ljóskur: golden palomino 
Ljósnasi: palomino with mealy muzzle 
Ljósvaki: that time period in which there is light 
Ljósvængur: wings of light 
Ljótur: the ugly one 
Ljúflingur: favourite, elf 
Ljúfur: friendly, kind 
Loði: womanizer 
Loðinn: shaggy, long haired 
Loðungur: name of Óðinn 
Lögur: liquid, water 
Loftsteinn: meteorite 
Loftur: name for Loki 
Logi: light, flame 
Loki: brother of Óðinn, god of deceit (Loke) 
Lómur: Red Throated Diver (bird) 
Lóngant: horse of Áki 
Lubbi: long shaggy hair 
Lullari: piggy-pacer 
Lundi: puffin, black and white pinto 
Lungur: horse′s name 
Lurfur: misery 
Lurgur: hairbrush 
Lurkur: truncheon, stubborn horse 
Lútur: one of the Icelandic Christmas Lads 
Lykill: key, solution 
Lyrgur: forelock 
Lýsingur: light horse, palomino 
Lýsir: proclaimer 
Lýtir: mythological name
Láfa: bird, plover
Lágfóta: fox
Lamba: mare that kicks
Langbrók: high-legged mare
Langlilja: long and lean animal
Laufa: aborned with leaves
Laufey: mother of Loki, the god of fire
Lauga: nickname for Sigurlaug and other names that end with -laug
Leiðitöm: pliable, halter-trained
Leikn: troll-woman 
Leikna: the skilled or cunning one
Leira: name for a palomino mare
Leirvör: troll-woman 
Leista: name for a mare with small white socks 
Léna: icelandic pack-saddle
Lend: differently colored croup 
Lengja: name for a long mare
Leppa: fox 
Leppatuska: daughter of Grýla 
Léttbrún: of cheerful expression
Léttfeta: willing and controllable mare
Leysing: thawing; release
Líf: life good name for a broodmare
Lifra: sister
Líkn: mercy, charity
Lilla: nickname for a little girl
Lilja: lily 
Limbra: limerick (poetic form)
Lína: a goddess 
Lind: name for a mare with dorsal stripe 
Linda: name for a mare with dorsal stripe 
Líneik: poetic name for a woman
Lipurtá: light feet, ′twinkle-toes′
Lísa: short version of Elísabet (Elizabeth)
List: art, skill
Litbrá: roan mare
Litfara: roan mare
Litfríð: beautiful coloring, complexion
Litlatá: little toe
Ljóma: ray
Ljónslöpp: alpine lady′s mantle, plant
Ljósadís: goddess of light
Ljósaskjóna: palomino pinto 
Ljósbleik: pale red or yellow dun 
Ljósblesa: palomino with blaze 
Ljósbrá: pale around the eyes and brow
Ljósfara: she who travels in the light 
Ljóska: light colored mare
Ljóskolla: pale colored head 
Ljóstá: pale colored hooves or legs
Ljúf: gentle
Ljúfa: the gentle one 
Lóa: bird, plover 
Lobba: female eagle 
Loðbrók: King Ragnar′s nickname 
Lodda: female eagle 
Loðna: hairy 
Loðsa: female eagle 
Lofn: mild and responsive
Loka: latch, bolt
Lokka: mare with a eye catching forelock
Lokkadís: enchanting goddess
Lómvía: guillemot 
Loppa: paw, hand 
Lóra: tiny thing; coward
Lótitja: hack
Lubba: female version of the word lubbi, an unruly tangle of hair
Lúða: halibut, giantess
Luðra: lump, unevenness
Lúfa: shabby person
Lúka: palm of the hand 
Lukka: happiness, luck 
Luma: big hand 
Lumbra: wretchedness
Lumma: paw, hand
Lúpa: giantess
Lúra: plaice
Lúsía: foreign, of latin origin
Lúta: giantess; lute
Lyfting: elevation
Lýja: shaggy forelock
Lykkja: loop, knitting stitch, knot
Lymska: craft, deceptiveness
Lypja: shaggy animal
Lyppa: Icelandic wool
Lýsa: brightness, shining
Lýsi: brightness
Lyskra: wisp of white hair
Læða: fog; female cat or fox
Læfa: silly person
Læna: brook, stream
Læpa: wretcjedmess; weak or spiritless, animal
Læva: plover
Löðurbikkja: hack
Lögg: dregs
Lön: hayrick
Löpp: paw, hand
Löt: name of a lazy or slow horse
Lötra: she who ambles along

M


Magni: strong, powerful 
Magnús: man′s name 
Málfeti: horse′s name 
Málmfeti: shod horse 
Mánaskin: moonlight 
Mani: impressive mane 
Máni: moon 
Már: seagull, man′s name 
Maríus: man′s name 
Markús: man′s name 
Mars: Roman god 
Mási: seagull 
Matti: diminution of Matthias 
Máttur: power, strength 
Mávur: seagull 
Mélnir: old name for a horse 
Merkúr: Roman god 
Mestur: the greatest 
Miðill: agent, mediator 
Miðlungur: mediocre 
Mikjáll: Michael 
Mimir: the giant of wisdom 
Mjóblesi: thin blaze 
Mjölnir: Thor′s hammer 
Mjónasi: small nostrils 
Móáli: blue dun 
Móalingur: blue dun with dorsal stripe 
Móblesi: dun with blaze 
Móðar: a half-giant 
Móði: son of Thor 
Mói: diminution of Moses 
Mokkur: horse′s name 
Mókollur: ghost′s name 
Moldi: earth coloured 
Moldskjóni: earth coloured pinto 
Mónasi: earth coloured horse with mealy mouth 
Monsi: little trout 
Mór: heath 
Móraudur: light bay 
Morgunn: morning 
Morgunroði: morning red, dawn 
Mori: peat coloured (red-brown) 
Mósart: Mozart 
Mósi: grey-brown horse 
Móskjóni: grey-brown pinto 
Muggur: dark horse 
Múli: mouth of a horse 
Mulinn: old name for the moon 
Mundilfari: father of the moon and the sun 
Mundill: name for the sea king 
Muni: understanding 
Muninn: a raven of Óðinn 
Munkur: monk 
Muskur: mist, drizzle 
Múskur: mouse grey 
Mýlnir: horse′s name 
Myrkur: darkness 
Myrkvi: darkness 
Mýsingur: king of the sea 
Mökkur: dust cloud, smoke 
Mökkvi: darkness, dark cloud 
Mörður: marten 
Möttull: cape (pinto) Magga: diminution of Margrét 
Maja: diminution of María 
Makráð: lazy 
Málmfeta: shod mare 
Mána: moon-shaped star 
Mánadís: moon goddess 
Maney: woman′s name 
Mardöll: name of Freyja 
Margerður: troll woman 
Marþöll: a conifer tree 
Melasól: mountain poppy 
Melkorka: name from the sagas, princess from Ireland 
Melódía: melody 
Menglöð: rare woman′s name 
Menja: slave of King Fróði 
Merja: medium sized flounder 
Metta: woman′s name 
Meyja: girl, virgin 
Meyla: little girl 
Miðgrána: medium grey 
Míla: mile 
Milljón: a million 
Minning: memory 
Miska: mist, darkness 
Mist: maiden, a Valkyrie 
Mjaðveig: queen from a fairy-tale 
Mjallhvít: snowhite 
Mjöll: newly fallen snow 
Móa: curlew, dark bay horse 
Móblesa: dark bay with blaze 
Móbrún: dark dun 
Móbrúnka: dark bay 
Móða: mist, dark weather 
Móeiður: rare woman′s name 
Móna: mother 
Mósa: grey brown mare 
Móska: grey brown mare 
Móskjóna: grey brown pinto 
Mósta: mist, fog 
Móstjarna: grey brown with star 
Mukka: daugher of Grýla 
Mús: mouse 
Músa: mouse grey 
Múska: mouse grey 
Muska: mist 
Mússa: pet name 
Mygla: grey horse 
Mýra: loves the swamps 
Myrja: small, miserable animal 
Myrkva: dark 
Mysa: cloud 
Mýsla: little mouse 
Mæja: diminution of Maria 
Mæna: bottle of wine 
Mær: young girl 
Mæra: sweets 
Mærð: mild weather 
Mæva: seagull 
Mön: mane 
Mörk: dark 
Mörn: troll woman 
Mörtu-Brúnka: brown horse owned by Marta

N


Naddur: tip, spear 
Naður: snake 
Nafar: borer, drill 
Naggur: strong little lad, little sharp stone 
Naglfari: mythological ship of the dead 
Nagli: nail 
Narfi: skinny 
Nasi: horse with snip 
Naskur: sneaky, dexterous 
Natan: man′s name 
Náttfari: night owl, one who travels by night 
Nátthrafn: nighthawk 
Nátttröll: night-troll 
Náttur: night 
Naut: bull 
Nebbi: mouth 
Neisti: spark 
Nennir: ghost horse 
Neri: miser 
Nertill: fire 
Nesi: from a peninsula 
Níðhöggur: dragon 
Niðhöttur: dark hat, cape, hood 
Niði: dark one, a dwarf 
Nístingur: cold wind 
Njáll: man′s name 
Njörður: a god 
Nói: Noah 
Nonni: diminution of Jón 
Norðri: from the north 
Nótti: loves the night 
Nubbur: stump, fatso 
Númi: horse′s name 
Núpur: steep mountain, peak 
Nykur: horse creature, lives in lakes, grey horse 
Næðingur: cold wind 
Næfill: name of the sea king 
Nökkvi: stone boat of the giants Náð: mercy 
Nál: needle, name for Laufey 
Nanna: Baldur′s wife 
Nasa: horse with white snip 
Náttdís: goddess of the night 
Náttfreyja: dominant at night 
Náttrún: secret of the night 
Nauma: troll woman 
Neista: spark 
Nesta: needle, amulet 
Nett: peaceful, pretty 
Nift: niece, Valkyrie 
Nína: short for Jónína 
Nípa: daughter of Grýla 
Nist: Valkyrie 
Njóla: night 
Nótt: night 
Núfa: mountain top 
Nunna: nun 
Nútíð: present time 
Nýpa: cliff 
Næpa: cold gust 
Nös: nose, snip

O


Óðinn: Germanic god 
Óðrerir: kettle, pot 
Óðrörir: kettle, pot 
Óður: irate, Freya′s spouse 
Oddi: man′s name 
Oddur: spear, point 
Ófeigur: survivor 
Ófnir: a dragon 
Ófótan: a giant 
Ókólnir: place′s name 
Ólafur: man′s name 
Óli: diminution for Olafur 
Olli: diminution for Olafur 
Ómi: name for Óðinn 
Ómur: name for Óðinn, pretty sound, tune 
Órator: speaker 
Óri: a dwarf 
Ormur: worm, snake 
Órnir: a dragon 
Orri: blackcock 
Ósi: horse′s name 
Osk: wish 
Óskar: man′s name 
Óskasteinn: wishstone 
Óspakur: unsettled 
Ótrauður: undaunt, quick 
Óttar: man′s name 
Otur: otter Óða: great-grandmother 
Óðabrúnka: crazy bay mare 
Odda: point 
Oddfjörg: woman′s name 
Oddrún: woman′s name 
Ófelia: woman′s name 
Ógn: fright, horror 
Ólína: woman′s name 
Orka: power, engergy 
Ósk: wish, desire 
Óskadís: wish fairy 
Otra: energetic, woman′s name 
Ótrú: fraud 
Otta: woman′s name 
Ótta: three o′clock in the morning

P


Pá: peacock 
Páfi: pope 
Páll: man′s name (Paul) 
Palli: diminution of Páll 
Pálmi: palm tree, man′s name 
Patti: little boy 
Pattur: little boy 
Paufi: slowpoke, dullard 
Pegasus: winged horse in Greek mythology 
Peli: flask, wedge 
Peningur: money 
Penni: pen 
Pési: diminution of Pýtur 
Pétur: man′s name 
Peyi: small boy 
Piltur: boy 
Pinni: lad 
Pipar: pepper 
Plúton: Greek god 
Poki: son of Grýla 
Prati: uncooperative horse 
Prettur: trick, deception 
Prímus: the first 
Prins: prince 
Prúður: dressed up, beautiful, polite 
Punktur: period (symbol), little star 
Purkur: miser 
Putti: small horse 
Pútur: son of Grýla 
Pýtur: man′s name (Peter) Padda: small, bug 
Pálína: woman′s name (Pauline) 
Pálma: palm 
Pandra: racoon 
Pekra: misery 
Pen: cute 
Pera: pear 
Perla: pearl 
Perta: old word for mare 
Pía: woman′s name 
Píla: arrow 
Pjása: weak filly 
Pólstjarna: north star 
Prinsessa: princess 
Prúð: beautiful, elegant 
Prýði: beauty 
Pukra: mystery-monger, hiding-place 
Pyngja: purse

R


Raðvaldur: wise man 
Rafn: raven, man′s name 
Raggi: pet name for Ragnar 
Ragnar: man′s name 
Rakni: king of the sea 
Randver: man′s name 
Rasmus: man′s name 
Rauðblesi: red with blaze 
Rauðdreki: red dragon 
Rauðgrani: red beard 
Rauðhöfði: vicious in a fairy tale, red head 
Rauðinúpur: red peak 
Rauðnasi: chestnut with snip 
Rauðskjóni: red pinto 
Rauðsokki: chestnut with socks 
Rauðstjarni: chestnut with star 
Rauður: chestnut 
Rauðvængur: red with "wings" (pinto) 
Raumur: tall horse 
Reddi: red horse 
Reginn: name of a dwarf 
Regnbogi: rainbow 
Reiðartýr: thunder king (Thor) 
Reifnir: name of the sea king 
Reifur: lively, glad 
Reimar: horse′s name 
Reimir: name of a dragon 
Rektór: rector 
Reyður: whale 
Reykjabrúnn: brown horse from Reykir farm 
Reykur: smoke 
Reynir: man′s name, warrior 
Reyr: man′s name 
Riddari: knight 
Rígur: stiff, rigid 
Risi: giant 
Rispa: horse′s name 
Rjúkandi: rushing speed 
Roði: red colour 
Róði: name of the sea king 
Rógnir: name for Óðinn 
Rosi: bad and harsh weather 
Rosti: arrogant person 
Rúbín: ruby 
Rúnar: man′s name 
Runólfur: man′s name 
Rútur: man′s name 
Röðull: sun, the red one 
Rögnvaldur: man′s name 
Rökkvi: dark 
Röskur: quick, energetic Rá: hind (female deer) 
Rafhlaða: battery 
Rák: stripe, eel 
Rakel: woman′s name (Rachel) 
Rán: sea goddess 
Randalín: woman (poetic) 
Rannveig: woman′s name 
Rás: spurt, run 
Rásfim: sprinter 
Rauð: red horse 
Rauðblesa: chestnut with a blaze 
Rauðgrána: reddish grey 
Rauðhetta: Little Red Riding Hood 
Rauðhöfða: red headed 
Rauðka: red horse 
Rauðkolla: red head or forelock 
Rauðnasa: red with snip 
Rauðskjóna: red pinto 
Rauðsokka: chestnut with light-coloured legs 
Rauðstjarna: chestnut with star 
Raun: experience 
Raunvör: learning from experience 
Rausn: generosity 
Rebekka: biblical name 
Refja: trap 
Reikistjarna: planet 
Reisn: dignity 
Rekja: moisture 
Rella: restlessness 
Remba: arrogance, pride 
Rikka: diminution of Friðrikka 
Ríma: ballad 
Rimba: storm, mare 
Rimma: fighter 
Rimmugýgur: battle-witch, Skarphéðinn′s axe 
Rindur: mother of Vála Óðinsson, who belongs to the Asae 
Rípa: troll woman 
Risna: hospitality, invitation 
Rispa: scratch 
Rita: three-toed gull (grey horse) 
Rjúpa: snow grouse 
Ró: quietness, peace 
Róða: wooden cross 
Roðadís: dawn goddess 
Roka: squall, storm 
Róma: fight 
Rós: rose 
Rósa: rose 
Rósta: fight 
Róta: Valkyrie 
Rún: rune, secret 
Runa: verse, litany 
Rúna: confidante 
Rut: woman′s name (Ruth) 
Rúta: troll woman 
Rysja: rainstorm 
Ræna: energy 
Rögg: power, initiative 
Röng: wrong, crooked 
Rösk: energetic 
Röst: whirlpool

S


Safír: sapphire 
Sakarías: man′s name (Zachary) 
Sálmur: psalm 
Salómon: biblical king 
Samhugur: sympathetic 
Samson: biblical man′s name 
Sámur: dark colour 
Sáttur: in agreement, reconciled 
Sauðungur: name of Óðinn 
Segull: magnet 
Seifur: Zeus 
Selur: seal (animal) 
Sendlingur: sandpiper (bird) 
Serkur: shirt, smock 
Siðförli: one who travels late 
Sigauni: gipsy 
Sigðir: name for Óðinn 
Sigfaðir: father of victory 
Siggi: short for Sigmunður 
Sighvatur: man′s name 
Sigtýr: god of victory 
Sigurboði: herald of victory 
Sigurður: man′s name 
Sigursæll: winner 
Sigvaldi: man′s name 
Sikill: seal (on a document) 
Siklingur: king 
Silfri: silver plated 
Silfurfaxi: silver mane 
Silfurmani: silver mane 
Silfurtoppur: silver forelock 
Silkitoppur: silk forelock 
Sillu-Blakkur: black horse from Silla-farm 
Silungur: trout 
Simlir: a giant 
Sindri: sparkling, dwarf′s name 
Sinfjötli: old man′s name 
Sinfjöttli: son of Sigmund 
Sirkill: circle 
Sírnir: a giant 
Sjóli: king, duke 
Sjór: sea 
Skafti: man′s name 
Skagfjörð: surname 
Skagi: peninsula 
Skakkur: crooked, uneven 
Skálkur: rascal 
Skallagrímur: man′s name 
Skálmar: making wide steps 
Skálmi: old nickname 
Skári: young seagull 
Skati: generous man 
Skáti: boy scout 
Skeggi: with a beard 
Skeggur: beard 
Skeiðfaxi: pacing horse with impressing mane 
Skelfir: fertile 
Skelkingur: sword 
Skelkur: horror, fright 
Skelmir: rascal, prankster 
Skemill: stool 
Skemmingur: horse′s name 
Skenkur: present, gift 
Skerðingur: sword, man′s name 
Skerpingur: refreshment 
Skildingur: coin 
Skilfingur: name for Óðinn 
Skilfinnur: name for Óðinn 
Skilir: understanding 
Skinfaxi: shining mane 
Skiptingur: colour changer (roan) 
Skírnir: Freyr′s servant and messenger 
Skjálgur: name for the moon 
Skjanni: shining, with white forehead 
Skjómi: shining, bright 
Skjóni: pinto 
Skjöldur: shield 
Skjór: magpie 
Skörungur: brave, intrepid 
Skolgrár: dirty grey 
Skolli: devil 
Skór: shoe 
Skorir: a giant 
Skorri: a giant 
Skotti: white horse with dark tail, ghost 
Skrámur: name for the moon 
Skratti: devil 
Skrauti: decorated 
Skriðfinnur: a dwarf 
Skriður: the fast one 
Skrímir: a giant 
Skîmir: a giant 
Skrúður: beautifully black and white coloured 
Skruggur: thunder 
Skrumari: show-off 
Skrýmir: invulnerable 
Skröggur: boogie man, old man 
Skúfur: horse′s name 
Skuggabaldur: pest, vicious ghost 
Skuggablakkur: black like a shadow 
Skuggi: shadow, dark horse 
Skúli: man′s name 
Skúmur: species of gull 
Skundi: speed 
Skussi: good-for-nothing 
Skúti: little cave 
Ský: cloud 
Skýfaxi: cloud mane 
Skyggi: shadow 
Skyggnir: cloud horse, very fast horse 
Sleipnir: Óðinn′s eight-legged horse 
Slembir: short rain shower 
Slungnir: the horse of King Aðil 
Slöngvir: distributor 
Smári: white clover 
Smellur: bang 
Smyrill: dwarf falcon 
Snafs: schnapps 
Snapi: beggar 
Snarfari: travelling fast 
Snarfaxi: lively horse with impressive mane 
Snepill: patch, snip 
Snerill: door knob 
Snerpir: energetic, powerful 
Snerrir: quarrelsome person 
Snigill: snail 
Sníkir: parasite, sponger 
Snillingur: master, virtuoso 
Snjall: clever, skillful 
Snoðvís: a giant 
Snöggur: the fast one 
Snoppi: mouth 
Snorri: man′s name 
Snotri: beautiful, smart horse 
Snotur: clever and beautiful 
Snúður: advantage, arrogance 
Snæfaxi: snow mane 
Snækollur: snow pol 
Snær: snow 
Snævar: name from the sagas 
Sóði: messy 
Sokki: horse with high sock, stocking 
Sokkur: sock 
Sólargeisli: ray of sunlight 
Sólbakur: sun-back 
Sóldan: Sultan 
Sólfari: one who travels with sunlight 
Sólfaxi: golden mane 
Sólon: man′s name 
Sómi: honor 
Sorti: blackness 
Sóti: dark red with black hairs in mane and tail 
Spakur: calm, wise 
Spani: fast, quick 
Spegill: mirror 
Spilandi: playful 
Spólíant: horse′s name 
Sporður: tail, fishtail 
Spori: pathfinder, light-footed 
Sprengur: gallopping, fast 
Sprettur: running gallop 
Sprógur: runner 
Sproti: sprout 
Sprækur: lively, energetic 
Stakur: unique, outstanding 
Starkaður: man′s name 
Stari: starling 
Stebbi: diminution of Stefán 
Stefnir: mythical amulet 
Steggur: bird 
Steinar: man′s name 
Steingráni: stone grey 
Steingrîmur: man′s name 
Steinn: stone, dark dapple 
Steinþór: man′s name 
Stígandi: legendary ship, hiker 
Stillir: a king 
Stirnir: shining 
Stjarni: star 
Stjörnufákur: riding horse with star 
Stjörnugnýr: star, heading forward 
Stjörnujarpur: brown horse with star 
Stólpi: column, pillar 
Stoltur: pride 
Stormsson: son of the storm 
Stormur: storm 
Stórólfur: man′s name 
Stórstjarni: tall horse with star 
Strákur: boy 
Straumur: tides, stream, current 
Stúfur: the short one 
Sturla: man′s name 
Styggur: the shy one 
Stökkull: galopping horse 
Stökkvari: jumping horse 
Suðri: a dwarf 
Sumardagur: summerday 
Sunni: horse from southern Iceland 
Surtur: fire giant, black horse 
Suttungur: a giant 
Svaði: a giant 
Svaðilfari: magical horse of a giant 
Sváfnir: name for Óðinn 
Svaki: violent person 
Svali: coolness, coldness 
Svalinn: shield in front of the sun 
Svallari: wild guy 
Svalur: cold 
Svanur: swan 
Svarri: boss 
Svartbakur: great black-backed gull 
Svartblesi: black with blaze 
Svartfaxi: black mane 
Svarthöfði: black head, also: Darth Vader from Star Wars 
Svarti-Gráni: black-grey 
Svartskjóni: black pinto 
Svartur: black horse 
Svásuður: the mild one, father of the summer 
Svegðir: king 
Sveggjuður: horse 
Sveiði: name for the sea king 
Sveiður: ox, bullock 
Sveigðir: name for Óðinn 
Sveigir: old man′s name 
Sveipuður: old name for horse 
Sveipur: curly hair 
Svelgur: eating and drinking a lot 
Sverrir: enemy 
Svertingur: black horse 
Sviðar: name for Óðinn 
Sviðgrímmur: horse 
Sviður: name for Óðinn 
Svipall: unfaithful, unreliable 
Svipdagur: a grandson of Óðinn 
Svipdapur: sad face 
Svipuður: horse 
Svipur: squall 
Svölnir: name for Óðinn 
Svörður: scalp 
Svörfuður: broom 
Sæfaxi: mane like the spray of a wave 
Sæmingur: dark horse 
Sævar: seaman, viking 
Sölgi: dark 
Sölvi: pale 
Sörli: famous horse from a poem 
Sörvi: name for the sea king 
Saga: saga, story 
Salka: woman′s name 
Salvör: woman′s name 
Sandra: woman′s name 
Sara: woman′s name 
Sáta: pile of hay 
Sefa: troll woman 
Sekúnda: second (unit of time) 
Selja: sallow 
Sending: sending 
Sessa: seat, armchair 
Sibba: woman′s name 
Síða: side 
Sif: Thor′s wife 
Sifa: troll woman who has become a rock 
Sigð: sickle 
Signý: daughter of King Sumbel 
Sigrún: Valkyrie 
Sigurdrifa: Valkyrie 
Sigyn: Loki′s wife 
Silfra: silvery 
Silfrún: woman from a fairy-tale 
Silfurkolla: silver forelock 
Silfurtá: silver hoof 
Silfurtoppa: silver forelock 
Silja: woman′s name 
Silkisif: Örvar-Oddur′s wife 
Simul: reindeer, troll woman 
Sinna: thought, attention 
Sinmara: troll woman 
Sívör: troll woman 
Sjöfn: goddess of love 
Skaði: giant girl 
Skál: cheers 
Skálm: weapon, short sword 
Skata: ray (fish) 
Skeggja: axe, with a beard 
Skegla: virgin, gull 
Skeifa: horseshoe 
Skeila: coward 
Skekkja: discrepancy, fault 
Skella: wild girl, spot 
Skerpa: energetic, sharpen 
Skerpla: second month of summer 
Skessa: troll-woman, giant 
Skikkja: cloak, cape 
Skila: understanding 
Skíma: weak light 
Skinna: fur 
Skippa: pet name 
Skjáfa: axe 
Skjálf: name for Freyja 
Skjóðá: bag, daughter of Grýla 
Skjóna: pinto 
Skodda: rain, fog 
Skorpa: cold snow storm 
Skotta: tail and croup in a different colour, ghost 
Skráma: old woman, axe 
Skrauta: adorable, fancy mare, gem 
Skriða: avalanche 
Skroppa: a witch 
Skrudda: old book 
Skrugga: thunder 
Skrukka: troll woman 
Skrumpa: roan 
Skræfa: coward 
Skúfa: differently coloured forelock 
Skúffa: drawer 
Skupla: headgear, scarf 
Skýfaxa: cloud-mane 
Skýla: scarf, veil 
Skyssa: mistake 
Skæra: fight 
Skör: edge 
Skörung: energetic, active 
Slábrók: cape, coat 
Slaufa: bow, loop 
Sleggja: heavy hammer, daughter of Grýla 
Sleita: quarrel 
Slemba: short rain shower 
Sletta: small spot, blot, splash 
Slydda: sleet 
Slyðra: weak animal 
Slödd: tall animal 
Smáhildur: small Valkyrie 
Smáka: small horse 
Snara: fast mare 
Snása: muzzle, snout 
Snegða: axe 
Snekkja: yacht 
Snerpa: energy, diligence 
Snerra: fight 
Snerting: touch 
Snjóhvít: white as snow 
Snjóka: snow 
Snjóflygsa: snowflake 
Snjókorn: snowflake 
Snoppa: nose, snip 
Snót: pretty girl 
Snotra: pretty 
Snugg: snort 
Snugga: snowfall 
Snúra: cord, string 
Snædís: goddess of snow 
Snæfaxa: snow mane 
Snæhvít: snowhite 
Snækolla: white forelock or head 
Snælda: spindle 
Snöp: beggar-woman 
Snör: the quick one, daughter-in-law 
Snörp: healthy, strong, lively 
Snös: stone-nose, with a snip or small blaze 
Soffía: woman′s name 
Sokka: with socks 
Sokkadís: goddess with socks 
Sókn: progress, attack 
Sól: sun 
Sóla: sunny 
Sólbjört: bright as the sun 
Sóley: buttercup (palomino), sun-eye 
Sólfaxa: sun-mane 
Sólhvít: sun-white 
Sólmyrkva: eclipse of the sun 
Sónata: sonata 
Sorta: black 
Sóta: dark red 
Sóturauðka: liver chestnut 
Spá: prophecy 
Spenna: expectancy, anticipation 
Spes: name from the sagas 
Spóla: spool, reel 
Spraka: halibut 
Spurning: question 
Spyrna: kick 
Spyrning: opponent 
Spætla: woodpecker 
Spök: tame, quiet, wise 
Staðreynd: fact, reality 
Stalla: lover, confidante 
Stássa: dashing, fancy mare 
Staura: slow, stiff 
Stedda: mare 
Steinka: stone grey 
Steinunn: woman′s name 
Stella: star 
Stelpa: girl 
Stína: woman′s name 
Stînu-Jörp: the brown horse of Stína 
Stirtla: fishtail, tail in a different colour 
Stjarna: star 
Stjörnu-Jörp: bay mare with star 
Stjörnudís: goddess of the stars 
Stjörnuglóð: glow of the stars 
Stjörnunótt: starry night 
Stóra-Bleik: big dun 
Stórár-Bleik: dun from Stórá farm 
Stórráð: ambitious 
Strympa: daughter of Grýla 
Stúfa: small mare 
Stúlka: girl 
Stund: hour, time 
Stutt: short 
Stuttblesa: short blaze 
Stuttbrók: short legs 
Stygg: shy 
Styrja: fight 
Sudda: rain shower 
Súla: northern gannet (bird) 
Sunna: sun 
Surtla: black mare, troll-woman 
Sváfa: swallow (bird) 
Svala: swallow (bird) 
Svalbrá: swallow (bird) 
Svalvör: swallow (bird) 
Svana: woman′s name, derived from svanur (swan) 
Svandís: swan 
Svanhvít: swan-white 
Svarta: black 
Svartafrúin: lady in black 
Svartblesa: black with blaze 
Svartfaxa: black mane 
Svartkúfa: black head 
Svartskjóna: black with blaze 
Svartsokka: black with socks 
Svarttoppa: black forelock 
Svás: kind, warm 
Svava: Valkyrie 
Sveðja: big knife, axe 
Sveið: Valkyrie 
Sveina: woman′s name 
Sverta: name for a black mare 
Svertla: black 
Svipa: running fast, whip 
Svipul: Valkyrie 
Svipvís: perfidious 
Sværa: mother-in-law (of a woman) 
Svört: black 
Sylgja: needle, pin, brooch 
Sýn: view, sight 
Synd: crime, sin 
Sýr: sow 
Syrpa: giant woman 
Sædís: goddess of the sea 
Sæfaxa: sea-mane 
Sægola: seabreeze 
Sæta: sweet one 
Sætt: agreement, conciliation 
Söðulkolla: head and back distinctively coloured 
Sögn: group of people

T


Tamin: the tamed one 
Tandri: fire (poetic) 
Tanni: branch, person with prominent teeth 
Tappi: the little one 
Teigur: piece of land 
Teitur: cheerful, glad 
Tékki: Czech 
Teningur: cube, die 
Tenór: tenor (singer) 
Tífill: son of Grýla 
Tígull: diamonds (playing cards) 
Tilberi: ghost 
Tindur: peak 
Tinni: black like a firestone 
Titlingur: sparrow 
Tjaldari: old word for a tolting horse 
Tjaldur: magpie (bird) 
Tjörvi: man′s name 
Tobbi: pet name 
Tolli: pet name 
Tónn: tone, sound 
Topar: tolting horse 
Toppur: forelock in contrasting colour 
Torfi: peat, man′s name 
Tossi: unintellegent, dense 
Tóti: pet name for Þórarinn 
Trafali: handicap 
Tralli: reckless 
Trandill: old man′s name 
Trantur: mouth 
Trausti: strong, reliable 
Traustur: reliable horse 
Tremill: devil 
Trítill: whipped snapper, spinning top 
Tróstan: horse′s name 
Tryggur: trusty, faithful 
Tryggvi: loyal, faithful 
Tryllingur: fieriness 
Trölli: big horse 
Tumi: man′s name 
Tútur: son of Grýla 
Tveggi: name for Óðinn 
Tvífari: double, horse that changes color 
Tvíserkur: horse that changes color 
Tvistur: two stars 
Týr: god of war 
Tyrfingur: sword 
Tá: toe 
Táta: little girl 
Tálga: whittle 
Táta: little girl 
Teista: black guillemot (bird) 
Teyta: muzzle 
Tign: dignity 
Tildra: girl who likes to dress up 
Tilviljun: chance, accident 
Tina: tin pot 
Tindra: glowing, shining 
Tindabikkja: ray (fish), old mare 
Tinna: flintstone 
Tinta: tin jug 
Típa: daughter of Grýla 
Tippa: woman′s name 
Tíra: weak light 
Tirja: rag 
Titja: small and weak animal 
Títla: mouse 
Tjálga: small branch 
Tóa: fox 
Tofa: lazy 
Tófa: fox 
Toppa: impressing forelock 
Torta: ponytail 
Trana: crane (bird) 
Trauð: laziness, listlessness 
Trippa: foal 
Trína: monster, name of Grýla 
Trítla: small wave 
Trjóna: mouth and nostrils 
Tromma: drum 
Tronta: small hill 
Trú: trust 
Trygg: faith 
Trönubeina: woman′s name 
Tuva: weakling 
Tvíkjóla: two coats (roan horse) 
Tvíserkja: two shirts (roan horse) 
Tvista: horse with star and snip 
Tvístjarna: two stars 
Týja: mare 
Týra: weak light 
Tyrfa: weak animal 
Tyrta: shy animal 
Tytja: small and miserable horse 
Tæfa: female fox 
Tæja: daughter of Grýla 
Tögld: troll woman 
Tölta: tolting horse 
Tönn: tooth

U


Úði: spray, drizzle 
Uggi: fear, anxiety 
Úlfur: man′s name, wolf 
Ullinn: woolen, Sif′s son 
Ullur: name for Ullinn 
Úlrik: man′s name 
Undri: astounding, peculiar 
Ungi: boy 
Uni: a dwarf 
Úranus: a planet 
Úrban: man′s name 
Utlagi: outlaw Úa: short for Úrsúla 
Úð: wave 
Úfa: feud, discord 
Ugla: owl 
Umbun: wages, payment 
Una: girl′s name 
Undurfurða: laughter 
Unnur: wave 
Unnusta: lover, confidante 
Unun: pleasure, happiness 
Úrsvöl: cold and wet 
Urta: female seal

V


Vaði: old man′s name 
Vafi: insecurity 
Vagl: dwarf 
Vakri-Skjóni: pacing pinto 
Vakur: horse of the morning 
Vákur: falcon 
Valdimar: man′s name 
Valentínus: man′s name 
Valföðr: name of Óðinn 
Valhrímnir: helmet 
Váli: son of Óðinn 
Vallari: traveller, pilgrim 
Valnir: sword 
Valtýr: name for Óðinn 
Valur: falcon 
Vandi: proposal 
Vandill: sword 
Vandstyggur: terrified by the whip 
Vargur: wolf 
Varinn: old man′s name 
Varmi: warmth 
Vaskur: brave, active, hardy 
Vásuður: father of Vindljóni 
Veður: horse 
Vegbjartur: horse 
Vegdrasill: a dwarf 
Vegdraupnir: horse 
Végeir: man′s name 
Veruleiki: reality 
Vestri: a dwarf 
Vetur: winter 
Veturliði: bear 
Víðar: son of Óðinn 
Viðauki: addition 
Víðbláinn: sky, wide blue 
Viddi: a giant 
Víðfeðmir: sky 
Víðförli: traveller 
Víðir: sea (poetic) 
Viðrir: name for Óðinn 
Viður: name for Óðinn 
Vífill: old man′s name 
Vígblær: Helgi′s horse 
Vigg: old word for horse 
Viggi: ox, bullock 
Vígglitnir: old word for horse 
Viggó: horse 
Víggur: horse 
Víglundur: man′s name 
Vignir: giant 
Víkingur: viking 
Víli: brother of Óðinn 
Vilji: willingness, longing, goal 
Villingur: untamed, wild horse 
Vilmundur: man′s name 
Vilnir: bear 
Vilskarpur: bear 
Vindill: a giant 
Vindljóni: father of the winter 
Vindstjarni: silver dapple with star 
Vindsvalur: father of the wind 
Vindur: wind, horse with silver mane 
Vingþor: Thor 
Vingskornir: horse of the Valkyrie Sigurdrífa 
Vingull: shy young horse 
Vingur: old word for horse 
Vinnil: name for the sea king 
Vinur: friend 
Vípar: a giant 
Virfill: old word for horse 
Virfir: dwarf 
Vitnir: wolf 
Vitringur: wise man 
Vítus: man′s name 
Vopni: weapon 
Vordagur: spring day 
Vægir: the sea (dark) 
Vængskjóni: winged pinto 
Vængur: wings (pinto) 
Vöggur: old and rare man′s name 
Völsi: a dwarf 
Völsungur: old and rare man′s name 
Völur: magic wand 
Völustallur: son of Grýla 
Vöttur: gloves Vagna: whale 
Vaka: watch, guard 
Vakning: awakening 
Vala: clairvoyant 
Valborg: woman′s name 
Valbrá: birthmark 
Valdís: woman′s name 
Valgerður: woman′s name 
Valgrá: light grey 
Valka: pet name 
Valkyrja: Valkyrie 
Valsa: roaming about 
Valva: clairvoyant, fortune-teller 
Vanadís: a name of Freyja 
Vár: goddess 
Vargynja: female wolf 
Varpa: throw 
Varúð: care 
Veiga: woman′s name 
Veila: fault, defect 
Veima: weakling, coward 
Velgja: warmth 
Vemma: fox 
Vepja: peewit 
Veski: hairy mare 
Viðbót: addition, extra 
Viðja: pasture, meadow 
Víf: woman, wife 
Vígglöð: axe 
Vilja: willing 
Viljabrunka: willing bay 
Vík: bay, inlet 
Vin: rich pasture, oasis 
Vina: friend 
Vinda: horse with silver mane 
Vindstjarna: silver dapple with star 
Vindsvöl: cold wind 
Vinka: friend 
Vinkona: friend 
Vinsa: friend 
Viska: knowledge, wisdom 
Vísla: weazle 
Visna: virgin 
Vissa: certitude, assurance 
Vitra: reason 
Vofa: ghost 
Von: hope, anticipation 
Vorblíða: mild weather in the spring 
Vordís: spring goddess 
Vorrós: spring flower 
Vægð: mercy 
Væna: darling 
Vængskjóna: pinto with "wings" 
Vænting: hope, expectation 
Væring: scale 
Vögn: whale 
Völsavilla: magical mist 
Völva: prophet, sorceress 
Vör: vow, wise goddess

Y


Yfirgángur: violence, injustice 
Yggur: name for Óðinn 
Ylur: friendly, warm 
Ymsi: a giant 
Yngri: junior 
Yngvi: man′s name 
Yrðlingur: young fox 
Ýri: dark horse with light spots 
Ýringur: dark horse with light spots
Yldís: warming goddess 
Ylfa: wolf, wartime 
Ylgja: unrest, trouble 
Ylgur: wolf, wartime 
Yma: giant, troll woman 
Yngri-Grána: younger-grey 
Ýpa: troll woman 
Ýra: drizzle 
Yrja: drizzle, snow shower 
Yrpa: troll woman 
Yrsa: giant, old woman′s name 
Ýsa: haddock 
Ysja: troll woman
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Þegn: old word for horse 
Þengill: king (poetic) 
Þeyr: thaw, mild temperatures 
Þiklingur: a giant 
Þjálfi: farmer′s boy 
Þjálmi: old and rare man′s name 
Þjassi: giant 
Þjótur: wind 
Þófi: saddle pad 
Þokki: comfortable disposition 
Þór: god of thunder (Thor) 
Þórarinn: man′s name 
Þorbergur: man′s name 
Þorbjörn: man′s name 
Þorgeir: man′s name 
Þórgnýr: man′s name 
Þorgrimur: man′s name 
Þóri: brave horse 
Þori: midwinter 
Þorkell: man′s name 
Þorlákur: man′s name 
Þorleifur: man′s name 
Þorri: old name for a winter month 
Þorskur: codfish, fool 
Þorsteinn: thunderstone, man′s name 
Þorvaldur: man′s name 
Þótti: haughtiness, pride 
Þotubleikur: dark palomino 
Þráður: thread, band, rope 
Þrái: stubborn 
Þráinn: stubborn, man′s name 
Þrafi: raven 
Þrándur: boar 
Þrasar: name for Óðinn 
Þrasi: man′s name 
Þriði: name for Óðinn 
Þriggi: name for Óðinn 
Þristur: three stars 
Þrívaldi: name for Óðinn 
Þrjótur: crook, bugger 
Þrór: boar, name for Óðinn 
Þrumugnýr: thunder 
Þrymir: fight 
Þrymur: giant 
Þröstur: thrush (bird) 
Þumalingur: Tom Thumb 
Þumall: thumb 
Þumlungur: thumb 
Þundur: name for Óðinn 
Þurs: giant 
Þýðfari: horse with smooth gaits 
Þýður: soft, smooth, in temper and gaits 
Þyrill: unsteady person, name of a mountain Þaga: silence 
Þága: earnings 
Þausn: noise 
Þeista: black guillemot (bird) 
Þekla: woman′s name 
Þella: pine-tree 
Þenja: axe 
Þerna: maid, arctic tern (bird) 
Þexla: hatchet 
Þiða: thaw 
Þír: slave 
Þjóðlöð: hospitality 
Þoka: mist, haze, fog 
Þokka: beauty, grace 
Þokkadís: goddess of beauty 
Þota: gust 
Þrá: desire, anticipation 
Þraut: riddle, puzzle, mystery 
Þrenna: threesome, tricoloured 
Þreyta: fatigue 
Þrima: fight, noise 
Þrista: mare with two stars and a snip 
Þrístjarna: mare with three stars 
Þruður: power 
Þruma: thunder 
Þrumla: thunder, noise 
Þryma: thunder, battle, noise 
Þræsa: dispute, conflict 
Þræta: quarrel, fight 
Þröng: name for Freyja 
Þura: arrow 
Þveita: axe 
Þýða: horse with soft gaits 
Þögn: silence 
Þöll: pine-tree

Æ(Ae)


Æður: eider (bird) 
Ægir: god of the sea 
Æringi: merry person Æður: eider duck 
Æringa: merry 
Æska: youth

Ö(O)


Öðlingur: noble, kind-hearted 
Öggur: fish 
Öglir: falcon 
Ögmundur: man′s name 
Ögri: challenger 
Ölmóður: one who drinks ale 
Ölvaldi: a giant 
Ölvaldur: rare man′s name 
Ölviður: old and rare man′s name 
Ölvir: man′s name 
Önnungur: slave 
Örn: eagle 
Örvadrumbur: son of Grýla Öfund: envy, hatred 
Öggva: wave 
Öld: era, people 
Ölteiti: carousal 
Ölværð: hospitality, carousal 
Ömbun: payment, wage 
Önn: occupation, work 
Ör: generous, arrow 
Öskubuska: Cinderella 
Ösp: asp, poplar