Old Norse Submitted Names

These names were used by speakers of Old Norse in Scandinavia and other places that the Norse settled. See also about Germanic names.
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Bǫlverkr m Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Old Norse name meaning "evil-doer, malefactor" with the combination of bǫl "misfortune", "evil", "bale" and verk "work, piece of work, business, deed". Bǫlverkr is another name for Óðinn who is a character in Norse Mythology.
Bóndi m Old Danish, Norse Mythology, Old Norse
Variant of Bóandi. This is the name of one of Karl and Snør's sons in Norse mythology.
Bǫngull m Old Norse
Old Norse byname meaning "blighter, rascal".
Borga f Old Norse
Short form of names beginning with or ending in the element borg.
Borgarr m Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse borg "castle" and herr "army".
Borggæirr m Old Norse
From Old Norse borg "castle" and geirr "spear".
Borgný f Old Norse, Icelandic, Faroese
Combination of the Old Norse name elements borg "stronghold, fortification, castle" or bjǫrg "help, deliverance" and nýr "new; young; fresh" or "new moon, waxing moon".
Borgulfr m Old Norse
Combination of Old Norse bjarga "to help" (but also associated with borg "castle, fortification, stronghold") and ulfr "wolf."
Borgunna f Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements borg "stronghold, fortification, castle" and unna "to love".
Bǫrkr m Old Norse
Old Norse name and byname meaning "bark".
Bótfríðr f Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse bót "remedy" and fríðr "beautiful".
Boþe m Old Norse
Pet form of names containing the element böð "battle", related to Boddi.
Bótheiðr f Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements bót "bettering, help" and heiðr "honour".
Boði m Old Norse (Hypothetical), Icelandic (Rare)
Hypothetical Anglo-Scandinavian diminutive of Bǫðvarr (from Old Norse bǫð "battle").
Bóthilda f Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Bóthildr.
Bǫðmóðr m Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements bǫð "battle" and móðr "mind, spirit, courage".
Bǫðvarr m Old Norse
From the reconstructed Proto-Norse name Baðuherr, composed of Old Norse bǫð "battle" and herr "army" (or possiby Proto-Norse harjaR "warrior, leader of an army").
Böðvildr f Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse bǫð and hildr, both meaning "battle".
Bóti m Medieval English, Old Norse
Originally a byname meaning "man from Bute" in parts of Scandinavia, it later became a diminutive of names containing the name element bot "remedy, help".
Bótólfr m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Bótulfr.
Bótolfr m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Bótulfr.
Bótulfr m Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse bót "remedy, help" combined with Old Norse úlfr "wolf".
Bótví f Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic elements bót "remedy" and "home, temple, sanctuary".
Bótviðr m Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements bot "bettering, remedy" and viðr "forest, wood, tree".
Bóurr m Old Norse
Variant of Burr, or derived from Old Norse bor "hole".
Brana f Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Derived from Old Norse brattr "steep". This is the name of a jotunn in Norse mythology.
Brandgengi m Old Norse
Means "follower; companion of Brandr".
Brandi m Old Norse
Pet form of Brandr.
Brandingi m Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Variant of Brandgengi. This is the name of a Jotunn in Norse mythology.
Brandúlfr m Old Norse
Ancient Scandinavian form of Brandulf.
Brasi m Old Norse
Old Norse byname, related to Norwegian brase meaning "noble, sightly man".
Breiðr m Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Means "broad; wide". This is the name of one of Karl and Snør's sons in Norse mythology.
Brestir m Old Norse, Faroese, Icelandic (Rare, Archaic)
From Old Norse bresta meaning "to burst, break".
Breði m Old Norse
Means "snowbank; snowdrift". Is related to Breiðr.
Brezki m Old Norse
Old Norse byname, meaning "British".
Brígiða f Old Norse
Old Norse form of Bridget.
Brísi m Old Norse
Probably means "to shine, to show off", compare the Nynorsk verb brisa.
Broddr m Old Norse
From Old Norse broddr meaning "spike".
Brundabjalfi m Old Norse
Combination of an Old Norse word brundi (related to Norwegian brund "reindeer bull") and Bialfi.
Brúni m Old Norse, Icelandic, Norse Mythology
Variant of Brúnn. This is the name of a dwarf and another name for Odin in Norse mythology.
Brúnmann m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Brúnmaðr.
Brúnmaðr m Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements brúnn "brown, shining" and maðr "man".
Brúnn m Old Norse
Means "brown; shining". Related to German Bruno.
Brúsi m Old Norse
From Old Norse brúsi meaning "buck, he-goat".
Bryngerðr f Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements brynja "coat of mail, armour, protection" and garðr "enclosure", "protection".
Bryniulfr m Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse brynja "coat of mail, armor, protection" and ulfr "wolf".
Brynkætill m Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse brynja "coat of mail, armour, protection" and ketill "cauldron hat, helmet".
Buldi m Old Norse
From Old Swedish bulde or bolde meaning "boil, abscess".
Bulli m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Bolli.
Buri m Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Derived from burr (a poetical word for "son"). This is the name of a dwarf in Norse mythology.
Burinn m Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Variant of Buri. This is the name of a dwarf in Norse mythology.
Burr m Old Norse, Norse Mythology
From Old Norse burr meaning "son". Burr is a giant in the Northern mythology. He is the son of Búri and the father of Óðinn, Vili and ... [more]
Buðli m Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Derived from boð ("bid, offer"). In Norse mythology Buðli is a Swedish king and the father of Brynhildr.
Buðlungr m Old Norse
Combination of Buðli and the suffix -ungr ("son of; descendant of").
Byggvir m Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Means "seed corn". In Norse mythology Byggvir is a servant of Freyr and the husband of Beyla.
Byrger m Old Norse
Former variant of Birgir.
Byx m Old Norse
Old Norse byname, from Old Norse byxa meaning "to jump".
Dafi m Old Norse
Old Norse byname meaning "silent one" or "lazy one".
Dagheiðr f Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements dagr "day" and heiðr meaning "bright, clear", or possibly "heath" or "honor".
Dagviðr m Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse dagr "day" combined with Old Norse viðr "tree".
Dálkr m Old Norse
Old Norse name and byname, From Old Norse dálkr meaning "dagger, knife".
Daði m Icelandic, Old Norse
From Dáði, an Old Norse diminutive of Davíð. Alternatively it may have been a diminutive of Dagr, or an Old Norse form of Irish Dáithí or Saxon Daþa.
Dellingr m Old Norse, Norse Mythology
From Old Norse dellingr meaning "luminous, shining one". Dellingr is the name of a dwarf in the Þulur
Diúrgæirr m Old Norse
Combination of dýr 'deer, wild animal' and geirr 'spear'.
Djarfr m Old Norse
Modern transcription of Old Norse Diarfʀ, itself derived from Norse djarfr "brave, bold, daring". The name appears on several runestones and some other runic inscriptions as tiarfʀ and tiarfr.
Dofri m Old Norse, Icelandic, Norse Mythology
Meaning unknown. Possibly related to the word dofrar ("dale, valley"), or a word meaning "lazy one". In Norse mythology this is the name of a giant who lives on the mountain Dofrafjall.
Dólgfinnr m Old Norse
Old Norse name (perhaps originally a byname) derived from the elements dólgr meaning "enemy, fiend, battle" (cognate with Old English dolg "a wound, scar") and finnr "Sámi, Laplander".
Dolgþrasi m Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Derived from dolg ("hostility, battle") and þrasa ("to snort, to boast"). This is the name of a dwarf (also called Dolgþvari) in Norse mythology.
Dolgþvari m Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Derived from dolg ("battle") and þvari ("staff, sword, spear"). This is the name of a dwarf (also called Dolgþrasi) in Norse mythology.
Dómaldi m Old Norse, Norse Mythology, Icelandic (Archaic)
Variant of Dómaldr. Dómaldi was a legendary Swedish king who appears in the epic works 'Heimskringla' and 'Ynglinga saga' written in the 13th century by Snorri Sturluson.
Dómaldr m Old Norse
Combination of Old Norse dómr "judgement, fate, doom" and valdr "ruler".
Dómari m Old Norse
Derived from the Old Norse noun dómari meaning "judge". The modern Swedish form of this word is domare, whilst dommer is the modern Danish and Norwegian form. All of the aforementioned words ultimately come from the Old Norse noun dómr meaning "judgement".... [more]
Dómarr m Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse dómr meaning "judgement" combined with either Old Norse herr meaning "army" or Old Norse arr meaning "warrior" (both ultimately come from Proto-Norse harja meaning "army" as well as "warrior").... [more]
Dómhildr f Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse dómr "judgement", "legal sentence", "fate", "doom" and hildr "battle", "fight".
Dóttir f Old Norse
From Old Norse dóttir meaning "daughter".
Drængr m Old Norse
Derived from dreng ("young man, bold man").
Dragmáll m Old Norse
From Old Norse dragmáll meaning "drawling".
Drápastúfr m Old Norse
Old Norse byname meaning "bad poet".
Draupnir m Old Norse, Norse Mythology, Icelandic
Means "goldsmith". Draupnir is the name of both a dwarf and Odin's golden arm ring, which he laid on Baldr's funeral pyre to show that Hel was the legitimate ruler of the Underworld... [more]
Drengr m Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Variant of Drængr. This is the name of one of Karl and Snør's sons in Norse mythology.
Drífa f Old Norse, Icelandic, Norse Mythology
Old Norse name meaning "fall of snow, snowdrift". In Norse mythology, Drífa was a daughter of king Snær. She had two sisters, Mjǫll and Fǫnn and one brother, Þorri.
Droplaug f Old Norse, Icelandic
Old Norse name, in which the second element is laug possibly meaning "vowed, promised, bound in oath". The first element may be derived from Old Norse dropi meaning "drop".
Drósbói m Old Norse
Combination of Old Norse drós ("woman") and búi ("dweller").
Drótt f Icelandic (Rare), Old Norse
Possibly from Old Norse drótt which meant "household, a people" and "the host of the king's men, body-guard of a king".
Druian m Old Celtic, Old Norse
Old Norse form of an unknown Gaelic name, of uncertain origin and meaning.
Durin m Old Norse
Durin is the name of the second created Dwarf after Mótsognir in Norse Mythology. Found in multiple pieces of Old Norse poetry, the most notable being the Völuspá (also spelled, Vǫluspǫ).... [more]
Durinn m Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Meaning "sleepy one" from Old Norse dúra meaning "nap, take a nap" and "door-keeper" from Old Norse dyrr meaning "door opening, doorway". This is the name of a dwarf.
Dvergr m Old Norse
Old Norse byname, from Old Norse dvergr meaning "dwarf".
Dyggvi m Old Norse
From Old Norse dyggr meaning "faithful, trusty, worthy".
Dýrfinna f Old Norse, Icelandic
Derived from Old Icelandic dýr "deer" or dýrr "dear, precious" combined with finnr "Sámi, Laplander" (feminine finna).
Dýri m Icelandic (Rare), Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse dýr "animal", but also associated with the Icelandic adjective dýr meaning "valuable, expensive, precious".
Dýrvér m Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements dýr "deer" and vér "fighter".
Egviðr m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Hægviðr.
Eikinskjaldi m Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Derived from Old Norse eik "oak" and skjǫldr "shield". This is the name of a dwarf in Norse mythology.
Eilífr m Old Norse
Old Norse variant form of Æilífr, also a compound of ei "alone", "sole" or "always" and lífr "living", "alive".
Einara f Old Norse
“Bold warrior”. Feminine form of Einar.
Einráði m Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements einn "one, alone" and ráð "advise, counsel, decision" or from Old Norse einráðr meaning "self-willed".
Eirný f Old Norse, Icelandic
Combination of the Old Norse name elements eir "protection; peace; calm; help; mercy; benignity" and "new moon, waxing moon" or nýr "new; young; fresh".
Eistla f Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Derived from eist "oast", a kiln used for drying hops. This is the name of a Jǫtunn in Norse mythology.
Eitill m Old Norse
From Old Norse eitill meaning "gland" and "a nodule in stone, iron".
Eivindr m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Eyvindr.
Eldgrímr m Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse eldr "fire" and gríma "helmet, mask".
Éldi m Old Norse
Short form of names beginning with the Old Norse element eldr meaning "fire", such as Eldgrímr and Eldjárn.
Eldir m Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Meaning unknown. In Norse mythology Eldir is one of Ægir's servants. After Loki is driven out of Ægir's hall for killing Fimafengr, he tries to regain entry, but Eldir refuses to let him in.
Eldjárn m Icelandic, Old Norse
Combination of Old Norse eldr "fire" and járn "iron".
Eldríðr f Old Norse
Old Norse form of Æthelthryth.
Elfráðr m Old Norse
Old Norse form of Ælfræd.
Elína f Old Norse
Old Norse form of the Christian name Helen. Elína occurs in 'Landnámabók' (in ch. 63) belonging to a daughter of king Burisláv.
Elliðagrímr m Old Norse
Derived from Elliði combined with Old Norse gríma "mask".
Endriði m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Eindriði.
Engillas f Old Norse (Archaic)
Old Norse feminine of Angel
Englandsfari m Old Norse
Means "one who have travelled to England" in Old Norse. This was a byname, not a proper given name.
Ennibrattr m Norse Mythology, Old Norse
Variant of Ænnibrantr. This is a by-name for Odin in Norse mythology.
Erafaz ᛖᚱᚨᚠᚨᛉ m Old Norse
Means "wolverine" in Proto-Norse.
Ereck m Old Norse
Variant of Eric
Erikær m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Æiríkr.
Erpr m Old Norse
Variant of Jarpr, an Old Norse by-name meaning "brown".
Esbern m Old Norse
Meaning "godly bear", from the elements áss (heathen god, god, deity) and bjǫrn (bear, wild animal). This name was born by chieftain, royal chancellor and crusader, Esbern Snare, also known as Esbern the Resolute, who is the subject of Danish legend which tells the story of how he built Kalundborg Church.
Eðna f Old Norse, Icelandic (Modern, Rare)
Icelandic and Old Norse form of Eithne.
Eyarr m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Øyarr.
Eyfari m Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements ey "island" and fara "to go, to move, to travel".
Eyfastr m Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements ey "island" and fastr "firmly, fast".
Eyfura f Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Derived from Old Norse ey "island" or ey "good fortune", or perhaps from the Primitive Scandinavian adverb *aiwa "always", combined with Old Norse fura "fir tree"... [more]
Eyia f Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Eyja.
Eyiarr m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Eyjarr.
Eyja f Old Norse, Icelandic
Old Norse name of obscure origin, possibly from Proto-Norse *auja "good fortune, gift, (luck) giver" or *aiwa "always".... [more]
Eyjarr m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Eyarr.
Eyjólfr m Old Norse
Derived from the Old Norse elements ey meaning "island" or "good fortune" and ulfr meaning "wolf".
Eylaug f Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse ey "good fortune" or "island" and laug possibly meaning "betrothed woman".
Eylaugr m Old Norse
Old Norse male form of Eylaug. Eylaugr is one of the names mentioned in the Landnámabók.
Eyleifr m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Øylæifr.
Eylir m Old Norse
Variant of AlvéR.
Eyverska f Old Norse
Old Norse byname meaning "from Orkney".
Fæitr m Old Norse
Old Norse byname derived from feitr meaning "fat". The weak form Feiti is found in West Scandinavia. Fet is found as a byname in Sweden; Anglo-Scandinavian forms include Feiz, Fez, Foit.
Fáfnir m Old Norse, Icelandic, Norse Mythology
Means "the embracer" in Old Norse. It is a name of a dragon in Nordic poetry.
Fale m Swedish (Rare), Old Norse
Originally Fardhe, a short form of Farþegn meaning "traveller".
Falr m Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Derived from either falr ("pipe, tube") or fela ("to hide"). This is the name of a dwarf in Norse mythology.
Farbiǫrn m Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements fara "to go", "to move", "to travel" and bjǫrn "bear".
Fari m Old Norse, Greenlandic
Old Norse short form of names containing the name element fara meaning "to go", "to move", "to travel", as well as the Greenlandic younger form of Fare.
Farmaðr m Old Norse
Means "wayfarer, traveler" in Old Norse.
Farþegn m Old Norse
Old Norse meaning "traveler, merchant."
Farúlfr m Old Norse
Ancient Scandinavian form of Farulf.
Fastgæirr m Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements fastr "firmly, fast" and geirr "spear".
Fasthæiðr f Old Norse
Combination of fast 'firmly, fast' and heiðr 'bright, clear, cloudless'.
Fasti m Old Norse, Old Danish
Short form of names containing Old Norse fast meaning "fast, firm".
Fastlaug m Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements fastr "firmly, fast" and laug possibly meaning "betrothed woman".
Fastmundr m Old Norse
Ancient Scandinavian form of Fastmund.
Fastr m Old Norse
Variant of Fasti.
Fastþegn m Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements fastr "firmly", "fast" and þegn "thane", "freeman".
Faði m Old Norse
Variant of Faðir or Fati.
Faðir m Old Norse
Means "father" in Old Norse. In Norse mythology Faðir is the husband of Móðir.
Fati m Old Norse
Possibly related to Ancient Germanic faði "man".
Faxi m Old Norse
Old Norse name and byname, from Old Norse faxi "horse" or deriving from Old Norse fax "mane".
Fé-gylfir m & f Old Norse
Possibly a variant of Hé-gylfir.
Feilan m Old Norse
Old Norse byname, from Old Norse feilan "wolf-cub".
Feykir m Old Norse, Icelandic
Old Norse byname, From Old Norse feykir meaning "blowing, tossing, rushing one", "fire".
Fiak m Old Norse
Old Norse form of the Gaelic name Fíacc.
Fífill m Old Norse, Icelandic
From Old Norse fífill meaning "dandelion".
Fíli m Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Possibly related to Low German vîle ("file, rasp"). This is the name of a dwarf in Norse mythology.
Fimafengr m Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Meaning unknown. In Norse mythology Fimafengr is one of Ægir's servants. Loki kills him and is driven out as a result.
Finna f Icelandic, Danish (Rare), Old Norse
Old Norse feminine form of Finnr.
Finnbjǫrn m Old Norse
Old Norse name derived from the elements finnr "Sámi, Laplander" (and by extension "magician") and bjǫrn "bear".
Finnbogi m Old Norse, Icelandic, Faroese
From Old Norse finnr "Finn, Sámi" and bogi "bow".
Finngeirr m Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse Finnr "person from Finland" combined with Old Norse geirr "spear".
Finnkell m Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements finnr "Finn, Lapp" and ketill "cauldron hat, helmet".
Finnvarðr m Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements finnr "'Finn, Lapp" and vǫrðr "guard".
Finnviðr m Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse finnr "Finn, Lapp" and viðr "forest, wood, tree".
Fiðr m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Finnr.
Fjalarr m Old Norse, Norse Mythology, Icelandic (Rare)
Meaning unknown. Possibly related to Old Norse fela "to hide", Norwegian fjela "to spy" or Old Norse fjǫl "much, manifold".... [more]
Fjallarr m Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements fjall "mountain" and herr "army".
Fjallgeirr m Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse fjall "mountain" and geirr "spear".
Fjǫlsvinnr m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Fjǫlsviðr.
Fjǫlsviðr m Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Derived from fjǫl ("much, manifold") and svinnr ("fast, clever"). In Norse mythology this is the name of a dwarf, a by-name for Odin, and the giant who guarded Menglǫð.
Fjǫlverkr m Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Combination of fjǫl ("much") and verk ("work"). This is the name of a giant in Norse mythology.
Fjǫlvǫr f Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Derived from fjǫl ("much") and vár ("spring; woman; truth"). This is the name of a giantess in Norse mythology.
Flóki m Icelandic, Faroese, Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse flóki "tuft of hair" or "outspoken man".
Fǫgrumskinni m Old Norse
Old Norse byname meaning 'with beautiful skin'.
Foldheiðr f Old Norse
Combination of fold 'earth, plain' and heiðr 'bright, clear, cloudless'.
Folkgæirr m Old Norse (Hypothetical)
Old Norse name, derived from folk "people" and geirr "spear".
Folkstæinn m Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse folk "people" and steinn "stone".
Folkvarðr m Old Norse
Old Norse cognate of Folcward.
Folkví f Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements folk "people" and "home, temple, sanctuary".
Fólkviðr m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Folkviðr.
Folkviðr m Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse folk "people" and viðr "forest", "wood", "tree".
Forkundr m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Forkunnr.
Forkunnr m Old Norse
From Old Norse *forkunnr meaning "knowing something in advance".
Forkuðr m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Forkunnr.
Fǫstólfr m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Fastúlfr.
Fóthraðr m Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse fótr 'foot' and hraðr 'fast, quick'
Fótr ᚠᚬᛏᚱ m Old Norse
Means "foot" in Old Norse.
Frægr m Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Means "famous". This is the name of a dwarf in Norse mythology.
Frár m Old Norse, Norse Mythology, Icelandic
Means "swift, quick, alert". This is the name of a dwarf in Norse mythology.
Fraði m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Friði.
Freði m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Friði.
Fretr m Old Norse
Old Norse byname meaning "fart".
Freybiǫrn m Old Norse
Ancient Scandinavian variant form of Frøybiǫrn.
Freydís f Old Norse, Icelandic
The first element of this name is derived from Old Norse freyja, which means "lady" but can also refer to the goddess Freya. The second element is derived from Old Norse dís "goddess, priestess."
Freygerðr f Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Frøygærðr.
Freysteinn m Old Norse, Icelandic
Icelandic and Old Norse variant of Frøystæinn.
Friðælfr f Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements friðr "love", "peace" and ælfR "elf".
Friði m Old Norse
Short form of name elements containing the name element friðr meaning "love, peace".
Friðlæifr m Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse friðr "beautiful, beloved" and leifr "heir, descendant".
Fríðr f Old Norse
From Old Norse fríðr meaning "beautiful" originally meaning "loved".
Friðríkr m Old Norse
Old Norse form of Frederick.
Friðsteinn m Icelandic (Rare), Old Norse (?)
Derived from Old Norse friðr meaning "love, peace" and steinn meaning "stone".
Friðúlfr m Old Norse
Ancient Scandinavian form of Fridulf.
Frøgeir m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Frøygæirr.
Frór m Old Norse
Variant of Frár.
Frøstein m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Frøystæinn.
Frosti m Old Norse, Old Danish, Icelandic, Norse Mythology
Originally a byname, from Old Norse frost "frost". In Norse legend this was the name of a dwarf.
Frøybiǫrn m Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements freyr "lord, master" and bjǫrn "bear".
Frøydís f Old Norse
Variant of Freydís. The first element of this Old Norse name may be *frauja meaning "master, lord" (see Freyr) or the name of the Norse goddess Freyja (see Freya); the second element is dís "goddess".
Frøygæirr m Old Norse
Old Norse combination of Freyr and geirr "spear".
Frøygærðr f Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse freyja "lady" and garðr "enclosure", "protection".
Frøygunnr ᚠᚱᛅᚤᚴᚢᚾ f Old Norse
Combination of Old Norse freyja "lady" and gunnr "battle, fight". The name is found on an 11th century runestone built into a wall in Gamla Stan (Old Town) in Stockholm, Sweden.
Frøyríkr m Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements Freyja and ríkr "mighty, distinguished, rich".
Frøystæinn m Old Norse
Combination of Old Norse freyr "lord, master" and steinn "stone".
Fugli m Old Norse
From Old Norse fugl "bird".
Fúll m Old Norse
From an Old Norse byname, based on Old Norse fúll meaning 'foul, stinking, mean'.
Fulla f Old Norse, Norse Mythology, Swedish, Danish
Derived from either fullr ("full") or fyl ("foal"). This is the name of a goddess in Norse mythology who acts as Frigg's handmaiden. Her name is used as a kenning for "gold" or "woman".
Fullugi m Old Norse
Means "he with a complete mind", from Old Norse fullr "complete, full, entire" and hugr "mind, spirit". The name appears on several runestones.
Fundinn ᚠᚢᚾᛏᛁᚾ m Old Norse
Means "foundling" in Old Norse. It is found as both a byname and a given name.
Fylr m Old Norse
From Old Norse fyl meaning 'foal, young horse'.
Gæirdiarfr m Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse geirr "spear" and djarfr "bold, daring".
Gæirfríðr f Old Norse
Combination of geirr 'spear' and fríðr 'beautiful', originally 'beloved'.
GæiRi m Old Norse
Short form of names containing the name element geir "spear".
Gæirlæifr m Old Norse
Old Norse combination of geirr 'spear' and leif 'inheritance, legacy'.
Gæirlaug f Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements geirr "spear" and laug possibly meaning "betrothed woman".
Gæirmóðr m Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse geirr "spear" and móðr "mind"; "wrath"; "courage".
Gæirmundr m Old Norse
Old Norse combination of geirr 'spear' and mund 'hand, protection'.
Gæirniútr m Old Norse
Old Norse combination of geirr 'spear' and njóta 'to use'.
Gæirunnr f Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements geirr "spear" and unnr "wave".
Gæirvarr m Old Norse
Derived from geirr ("spear") and varr ("attentive, alert; shy; wise").
Gæirviðr m Old Norse
Old Norse combination of geirr 'spear' and viðr 'forest, wood, tree'.
Gæirvǫr f Old Norse
Combination of geirr ("spear") and vár ("spring, woman").
Gæitir m Old Norse
From Old Norse geit meaning "goat".
Gæslingr m Old Norse
Old Norse byname, from Old Norse gæslingr meaning 'gosling'. It originally started in the form GæslingR.
Gagarr m Old Norse
Old Norse byname, from Old Norse gagarr meaning "barker", "dog".
Galarr m Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Means "screamer" in Old Norse. In Norse mythology this is the name of both a giant and a dwarf. The dwarf and his brother, Fjalarr, murdered Kvasir and brewed the mead of the skalds from his blood... [more]
Gamall m Old Norse
Old Norse byname and name meaning "old."
Gandalfr m Old Norse
Derived from gandr ("magic, charm, magic wand") and alfr ("elf"). This is the original form of Gandalf.
Gangleri m Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Means "the one tired from walking". In Norse mythology this is a by-name for Odin and an alias of the Swedish king Gylfi.
Gangráðr m Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Means "he who knows the way" or might be derived from gangr ("walking, motion, path") and ráð ("advice, counsel"). Odin uses this as an alias during his battle of wits with Vafþrúðnir.
Gangulfr m Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements gangr "walking, motion, path" and ulfr "wolf".
Garni m Old Norse
Old Norse name of uncertain etymology.
Garðarr m Old Norse
Old Norse form of Garðar. Garðarr Svavarsson (sometimes spelled Garðar) was a Swede who was the first Scandinavian to stay over winter in Iceland, in the 860s... [more]
Garðr m Old Norse
From Old Icelandic garðr "yard".
Gautdiarfr m Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse gautr "goth" and djarfr "bold", "daring".
Gauthildr f Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements gautr "Goth, Geat, from Gautland (= Götaland, Gothia in southern Sweden)" and hildr "battle, fight".
Gautr m Norse Mythology, Old Norse
From Old Norse gautr meaning "Goth, Geat". The Geats were a Germanic tribe that inhabited the present-day Götaland in Sweden. This is a by-name for Odin in Norse mythology.
Gautrekr m Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse gautr "goth" and ríkr "mighty, distinguished, rich".
Gedda m Old Norse, Old Danish
Old Norse byname, from Old Norse gedda meaning "pike".
Gefjun f Old Norse, Icelandic (Rare)
Old Norse variant and Icelandic form of Gefjon.
Gefn f Old Norse, Norse Mythology, Icelandic
Means "giver". In Norse mythology this is one of the names of the goddess Freyja. It is possible that Gefn was originally a goddess in her own right.
Geirahǫð f Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Derived from geirr ("spear") and hǫð ("battle"). This is the name of a Valkyrie in Norse mythology.
Geirarðr m Old Norse
Old Norse form of Gerhard.
Geiravǫr f Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Variant of Gæirvǫr. This is the name of a Valkyrie in Norse mythology.
Geirbjörn m Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse geirr "spear" combined with Old Norse björn "bear".
Geirdís f Old Norse, Icelandic (Rare)
Means "spear goddess", derived from Old Norse geirr meaning "spear" and dís meaning "goddess".
Geirdriful f Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Means "spear-flinger". This is the name of a Valkyrie in Norse mythology.
Geirfinnr m Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements geirr "spear" and finnr "Finn, Lapp".
Geirlaug f & m Old Norse, Norwegian (Archaic), Icelandic
Old Norse variant of Gæirlaug as well as an archaic Norwegian masculine form (via Gæirlaugr).
Geirlaugr m Old Norse
Masculine form of Gæirlaug.
Geirleikr m Old Norse
Old Norse form of Gerlach.
Geirný f Old Norse, Icelandic (Rare)
Derived from the Old Norse elements geirr meaning "spear" and nýr meaning "new".
Geirǫlul f Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Meaning unknown. Possibly a variant of Geirǫnul or a combination of geirr ("spear") and ǫl ("ale"). This is the name of a Valkyrie in Norse mythology.
Geirǫnul f Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Meaning unknown; possibly a combination of geirr ("spear") and ana- (emphatic prefix). This is the name of a Valkyrie in Norse mythology.
Geirrid f Old Norse
Norwegian form of Geirríðr (see Gæirfríðr).
Geirríðr f Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Gæirfríðr.