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Subject: Re: "Fastolf" and Gegn" (Old English/ Old Norse?)
Author: Satu   (Authenticated as _satu_)
Date: March 28, 2005 at 9:55:29 AM
Reply to: "Fastolf" and Gegn" (Old English/ Old Norse?) by "Bagpus"
Fastolf derives from the Old Norse name Fastúlfr ('fast' = fast, strong, firm + 'úlfr' = wolf)

Gegn looks like the Old English original form of the Old Norse name Gegnir. (Old English 'gegn' = against, opposite [= opponent, enemy])


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