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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Smiðkell m Old Norse
Old Norse combination of smiðr "smith, craftsman, artisan" and ketill "cauldron hat, helmet".
Smiðr m Old Norse
Old Norse name and byname, from Old Norse smiðr meaning "smith, craftsman, artisan".
Snæbiǫrn m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Snøybiǫrn.
Snæfríðr f Old Norse
Derived from the Old Norse elements snær meaning "snow" and fríðr meaning "beautiful, fair". According to medieval tradition, this was the name of a wife of the Norwegian king Harald Fairhair.
Snær m Icelandic, Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Means "snow" in Old Norse.
Snæúlfr m Old Norse
Ancient Scandinavian masculine name with the combination of snær "snow" and ulfr "wolf".
Snævarr m Old Norse, Icelandic (Rare)
Combination of Old Norse snær "snow" and varr "attentive, aware".
Snari m Old Norse
From Old Norse snarr "quick, swift, sharp".
Sniór m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Snær.
Snjófríðr f Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Snæfríðr.
Snjólaug f Old Norse, Icelandic
Derived from the Old Norse elements snjór meaning "snow" (an alternative form of snær) and laug possibly meaning "vowed, promised, bound in oath".
Snjolfr m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Snæúlfr.
Snœfríðr f Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Snæfríðr.
Snór m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Snorri.
Snør f Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Means "string". Snør is the wife of Karl in the Rígsþula (Lay of Rígr), part of the Poetic Edda.
Snót f Old Norse, Norse Mythology, Icelandic
Means "woman; gentlewoman". In Norse mythology this is the name of one of Karl and Snør's daughters.
Snøybiǫrn m Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements snær "snow" and bjǫrn "bear".
Sǫlvǫr f Old Norse
Combination of Old Norse sól "sun" and vár "spring".
Sóni m Old Norse
Variant of Suni.
Sǫrli m Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Old Norse form of Sarilo. This is the name of the main character in the story Sǫrla þáttr, found in the Flateyjarbók manuscript.
Sǫxólfr m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Sǫxulfr.
Sǫxulfr m Old Norse
Old Norse combination of saxar "Saxons" and ulfr "wolf".
Søybiǫrn m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Sǽbiǫrn.
Søygæirr m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Sǽgæirr.
Søyvǫr f Old Norse
Old Norse combination of sær "sea" and vár "spring".
Spaki m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Spakr.
Spakr m Old Norse
From Old Norse spakr meaning "wise, sensible, peaceable".
Spár m Old Norse
Old Norse byname, from Old Norse spár meaning "prophetic".
Spiallbuði m Old Norse
From Old Norse *spjallboði meaning "messenger".
Spialli m Old Norse
From Old Norse spjalli meaning "companion, friend".
Spjute m Old Norse
Modern transcription of Spiuti, originally a byname derived from Old Norse spjót "spear". It appears on several runestones in Sweden as sbiuti and sbiut.
Spǫrr m Old Norse
From Old Norse spǫrr meaning "sparrow".
Stæinborg f Old Norse
Old Norse combination of stein "stone" and bjǫrg 'help, save, rescue'.
Stæinfríðr f Old Norse
Ancient Scandinavian with the combination of steinn "stone" and fríðr "beautiful, good, alive, peaceful, safe".
Stæinhildr f Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements steinn "stone" and hildr "battle, fight".
Stæinkæll m Old Norse
Old Norse short form of Stæinkætill.
Stæinkætill m Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse steinn "stone" and ketill "cauldron hat", "helmet".
Stæinlaug f Old Norse
Old Norse combination of steinn "stone" and laug possibly meaning "betrothed woman".
Stafngrímr m Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements stafn "stem (of a ship, prow or stern)" and grímr "person wearing a face mask".
Stari m Old Norse
From Old Norse stari meaning "starling (bird)".
Starkaðr m Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Derived from the Old Norse elements sterkr "stark, sturdy" and hǫð "battle" (cognate with Old High German hadu). This was the name of a hero in Norse legends.
Stefnir m Old Norse, Icelandic
From Old Norse stefnir meaning "coxswain, helmsman, steersman, one who directs".
Steina f Old Norse, Icelandic
Old Norse short form of names beginning with the element steinn "stone", and thus a feminine equivalent of Steinn.
Steinbiǫrg m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Stæinborg.
Steinbjǫrg f Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Steinbiǫrg.
Steinfinnr m Old Norse
Old Norse combination of steinn 'stone' and finnr 'Finn, Lapp'.
Steinfríðr f Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Stæinfríðr.
Steinhildr f Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Stæinhildr.
Steini m Old Norse, Icelandic
Old Norse variant of Steinn.
Steinólfr m Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse steinn "stone" and ulfr "wolf".
Steinríðr f Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Stæinfríðr.
Steinþórir m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Steinþórr.
Steinþórr m Old Norse
Combination of Old Norse steinn "stone" and þórr "thunder".
Steinúlfr m Old Norse
Ancient Scandinavian form of Steinulf.
Steinunnr f Old Norse
Old Norse female name, combination of steinn ''stone'' and unn ''wave''.
Steinvǫr f Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements steinn "stone" and vár "woman".
Stephán m Old Norse
Old Norse form of Stephanus.
Sǽþórr m Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements sær "sea" and þórr "thunder" or a combination of sær "sea" and Þórir.
Stólfr m Old Norse
Short form of Stórolfr.
Stóri m Old Norse
Old Norse byname, from Old Norse stórr meaning "large, big".
Störkaðr m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Starkaðr.
Stormr m Old Norse
Old Norse byname, from Old Norse stormr meaning 'storm'.
Stórólfr m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Stórolfr.
Stórolfr m Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements stórr "large, big" and ulfr "wolf".
Stóðkæll m Old Norse
Old Norse combination of stóð "stud", "flock" (of horses) and ketill "cauldron hat", "helmet".
Stúfr m Old Norse
Old Norse name and byname, from Old Norse stúfr meaning "stump, stub".
Sturla m Old Norse, Norwegian, Icelandic
Old Norse byname meaning "the loon", from sturla "to derange, disturb". Sturla Sigvatsson was a powerful Icelandic chieftain and the nephew of Snorri Sturluson, the author of the Prose Edda.
Styrbiǫrn m Old Norse
Combination of Old Norse styrr "battle, stir, tumult" and biǫrn "bear".
Styrfastr m Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse styrr "stir, tumult, brawl" combined with Old Norse fastr "firm, fast".
Styrk m Old Norse, Norwegian (Rare)
From Old Norse styrkr meaning "strength, force, help".
Styrmir m Icelandic, Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse styrma meaning "to storm, to blow hard".
Styrr m Icelandic (Rare), Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse styrr meaning "stir, tumult, brawl".
Sumarliðr m Old Norse
Old Norse form of Somhairle.
Sunniuæ f Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Sunniva.
Sunnlǫð f Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse sunna "sun" and löð "invitation" (poetic).
Sunnulfr m Old Norse
A combination of Old Norse sunn "southern" and ulfr "wolf". The first name element can also be derived from sunna "sun".
Surti m Old Norse
Variant of Surtr.
Surtr m Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Variant of Svartr. In Norse mythology this is the name of a fire giant, the enemy of the gods, who will fight Freyr at Ragnarok and the two of them will kill each other.
Suðri m Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Derived from suðr ("south"). In Norse mythology Suðri is a dwarf who supports the vault of heaven.
Suttungr m Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Meaning unknown. In Norse mythology Suttungr is Baugi's brother and the protector of the mead of the skalds.
Svæina m & f Old Norse
Variant and feminine form of Svæinn.
Svæinhæiðr f Old Norse
Ancient Scandinavian with the combination of sveinn "young man, boy" and heiðr "honour".
Svæiningr m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Sveinungr.
Svæinn m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Sveinn.
Svæinungr m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Sveinungr.
Sværri m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Sverrir.
Svafa f Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Meaning uncertain, possibly "Swabian woman" or "woman from Schwaben" from Old Norse svabar "Swabians", from the name of a Germanic (Suebic) tribe which allegedly derived from Old German swēba "free, independent"... [more]
Sváfarr m Old Norse
Younger form of Swābaharjar.
Svala f Old Norse, Icelandic, Swedish (Rare), Danish (Rare), Norwegian (Rare)
Derived from Old Norse svala "swallow (bird)". This name is also considered a short form of Svalaug.
Svanhvít f Old Norse, Norse Mythology, Icelandic
Derived from svan "swan" and hvítr "white". In Norse mythology this is another name for Hlaðgunnr.
Svanr m Old Norse
Old Norse name and byname, from Old Norse svanr meaning "swan".
Svárnir m Old Norse, Norse Mythology, Icelandic
Means "slayer". This is a kenning for both Odin and "snake".
Svarti m Old Norse
Variant of Svartr.
Svartr m Old Norse
Means "black" in Old Norse.
Svaði m Norse Mythology, Old Norse
Means "slippery place". In Norse mythology Svadi is a giant, the father of Hadda and the owner of Svaðilfari.
Svávarr m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Sváfarr.
Sveid f Old Norse
Variant of Sveið.
Sveinungr m Old Norse
Meaning "descendant of Sveinn" or a pet form of Sveinn.
Sveið f Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Possibly means "noise". This is the name of a Valkyrie.
Sverkir m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of SvartgæiRR. Combination of svartr "black" and geirr "spear".
Svipdagr m Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Derived from svipr ("sudden sweeping movement") and dagr ("day, lifetime"). In Norse mythology Svipdagr wishes to marry Menglǫð.
Svipul f Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Means "changeable" in Old Norse. This name belongs to a Valkyrie in both the skaldic poem 'Darraðarljóð' and the Poetic Edda book the 'Skáldskaparmál' (where it is used as a kenning (synonym) for "battle" - presumably in reference to the changeable nature of fate, of which the Valkyries are represented as directors).
Svíurr m Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Means "the vanishing one". This is the name of a dwarf.
Svǫlnir m Old Norse, Norse Mythology, Icelandic
Means "cooler; the cooling one". This is a by-name for Odin.
Swābaharjar m Old Norse
Proto-Norse combination of svabar "Swabians" and herr "army".
Syn f Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Means "refusal, denial". This is the name of a goddess, the guardian of the gates. Her name is also used as a kenning for "woman".
Systa f Old Norse
From Old Norse systir meaning "sister".
Tait m Old Norse
Possibly a short form of Teitur and/or derived from Old Norse teitr “cheerful, merry”.
Tanngniðr f Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Means "teeth-grinder". This is the name of a Valkyrie in Norse mythology.
Tár m Old Norse
From Old Norse *táR meaning "tough, resistant, enduring".
Tárr m Old Norse
From Old Norse tár meaning "tear, tear-drop".
Tarr m Old Norse
From Old Norse *tarr, found in Old Norse svíntarr meaning "boar".
Tati m Old Norse
Meaning uncertain. The name is thought to have originated from nursery speech, where it was possibly a toddler's attempt at saying the word "father".
Teiti m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Teitr.
Teitr m Old Norse
From Old Norse teitr meaning "glad, cheerful, merry'".
Þangbrandr m Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements þang "kelp or bladder-wrack, a kind of sea-weed" and brandr "fire, torch".
Þegn m Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Old Norse name and byname, from Old Norse þegn "thane, freeman". Þegn is one of the sons of Karl and Snør in the Rígsþula.
Þengill m Old Norse, Icelandic
From Old Norse þengill meaning "prince, king".
Þerfr m Old Norse
From Old Norse þjarfr meaning "insipid, flat, unleavened (of bread)".
Þiagn m Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Old Norse variant of Þegn.
Þiaurikr m Old Norse
Old Norse form of Þiudareiks.
Þingfastr m Old Norse
Combination of Old Norse þing "assembly" and fastr "firm, strong".
Þióstarr m Old Norse
Ancient Scandinavian variant of Þjóstarr.
Þióðbjǫrg f Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Þiúðborg.
Þióðhildr f Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Þjóðhildr.
Þiúðborg f Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements þjóð "folk, people" and bjǫrg "help, deliverance".
Þiúðstæinn m Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse þjóð "people" and steinn "stone".
Þjálfi m Old Norse, Icelandic (Rare), Norse Mythology
Variant of Þjalfi. In Norse Mythology, Þjálfi and his sister Röskva are servants of Thor.
Þjalfi m Old Norse
From Old Norse þjalfi which is said to mean "He who keeps together; He who encompasses". The name is sometimes interpreted to mean "conquerer". It may also be derived from *þewa-alfaR meaning "servant-elf".
Þjóstarr m Old Norse
An Ancient Scandinavian with the combination of þjóstr "anger, fury" and herr "army".
Þjóðgerðr f Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse þjóð "folk, people" and garðr "enclosure", "protection".
Þjóðheiðr f Old Norse
Old West Norse feminine name derived from þjóð meaning "folk, people" and heiðr meaning "heath".
Þjóðhildr f Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements þjóð "folk, people" and hildr "battle, fight".
Þjóðvé f Old Norse
Old West Norse feminine name derived from þjóð meaning "folk, people" and the name element -ví which means "holy" or "priest".
Þodny f Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Þórný.
Þǫgn f Old Norse, Norse Mythology
From Old Norse þǫgn meaning "silence".
Þólfr m Old Norse
Short form of Þórulfr.
Þolfr m Old Norse
Variant of Þólfr.
Þollak m Old Norse
Old Norse younger form of Þorlákr.
Þǫngull m Old Norse
Old Norse byname, from Old Norse þǫngull "branch of seaweed".
Þóralfr m Old Norse
Derived from the name of the Norse god Þórr (see Thor) combined with Old Norse alfr "elf".
Þórbergr m Old Norse
From the name of the Norse god Þórr (see Thor) combined with the element -bergr, which is associated with Old Norse berg, bjarg meaning "mountain, cliff" (from Proto-Germanic *bergaz) but may be derived from the present stem of the Old Norse verb bjarga "to save, to help" (making it a masculine equivalent of Þórbjǫrg; also compare Bergr)... [more]
Þórbiǫrn m Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements þórr "thunder" and bjǫrn "bear".
Þorbiǫrn m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Þórbiǫrn.
Þórbrandr m Old Norse
Derived from the name of the Norse god Þórr (see Thor) combined with Old Norse brandr "sword."
Þórelfr f Old Norse
Feminine form of Þóralfr.
Þórey f Old Norse, Icelandic
Combination of the Old Norse name elements þórr "thunder" and ey "island; flat land along a coast" (which is also often related to the Old Norse name element auja "(gift of) luck; fortune").
Þorfinna f Old Norse, Icelandic
Feminine form of Þórfinnr. This name appears in the Laxdæla saga (c. 1245) belonging to Þórfinna Vermundardóttir, grandaughter of Óláfr pái and wife of Þórsteinn Kuggason.
Þórfríða f Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Þórfríðr.
Þórgæirr m Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements þórr "thunder" and geirr "spear".
Þorgarðr m Old Norse
Masculine form of Þorgerðr.
Þórgautr m Old Norse
Combination of Þórr, the Old Norse god of thunder, and Gautr "Goth, Geat".
Þorgerðr f Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Derived from the Germanic name elements þórr "thunder" and garðr "enclosure, protection". This is the name of a goddess in Norse mythology.
Þórgestr m Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements þórr "thunder" and gestr "guest".
Þorgestr m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Þórgestr.
Þorgunna f Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Þórgunnr.
Þórgunnr f Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements þórr "thunder" and gunnr "battle, fight".
Þórhaddr m Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements þórr "thunder" and haddr "a lady's hair".
Þórhæiðr f Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements þórr "thunder" and heiðr "bright, clear, cloudless".
Þórhallr m Old Norse
Old Norse name meaning "Thor's rock", derived from the name of the Norse god Þórr (see Thor) combined with Old Norse hallr "stone, rock"... [more]
Þórheiðr f Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Þórhæiðr.
Þorinn m Old Norse
Means "the brave one" in Old Norse.
Þórkæll m Old Norse
Old Norse short form of Þórkætill.
Þórkatla f Old Norse, Icelandic
Old West Norse name, the feminine equivalent of Þórketill or Þórkell.
Þorkell m Old Norse, Icelandic
Variant of Þórkæll (see Þórketill).
Þórlæifr m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Þórleifr (see Torleif).
Þórlæikr m Old Norse
Old Norse combination of þórr "thunder" and leikr "game", "play", "sport", "fight".
Þórlafr m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Þórlæifr.
Þórlaug f Icelandic, Old Norse
Old Norse and modern Icelandic name derived from the elements þor (compare Thor) and laug (ultimately from Ancient Germanic *leuʒ- / *-lauʒ- / *luʒ- "to swear a holy oath; to celebrate marriage; to be dedicated, promised (in names)".
Þorleifr m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Þórlæifr.
Þórli m Old Norse
Old Norse diminutive of Þórlæifr.
Þorliótr m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Þorljótr.
Þorljót f Old Norse
Feminine form of Þorljótr.
Þorljótr m Old Norse
Old Norse combination of þórr "thunder" and ljótr "shining", "bright".
Þórlǫf f Old Norse
Feminine form of Þórlæifr.
Þórmarr m Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements þórr "thunder" and mærr "famous".
Þórmundr m Old Norse
Derived from the name of the Norse god Þórr (see Thor) combined with Old Norse mundr "protection."
Þóroddr m Old Norse
Combination of þórr "thunder" and oddr "point of a weapon".
Þórolfr m Old Norse
Combination of the name of the Norse god Þórr (see Thor) and Norse with ulfr "wolf".
Þórormr m Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements þórr "thunder" and ormr "snake, serpent".
Þórstæinn m Old Norse
Combination of Þórr and steinn "stone".
Þórulfr m Old Norse
Old Norse combination of þórr "thunder" and ulfr "wolf".
Þórunnr f Old Norse
Old Norse name derived from the name of the Norse god Þórr (see Thor) combined with unnr "to wave, to billow" or unna "to love".
Þorvarðr m Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements þórr "thunder" and vǫrðr "guard".
Þráinn m Icelandic, Old Norse
Possibly derived from Old Norse þrá meaning "obstinacy, stubbornness". Noted bearer is Þráinn Bertelsson, an Icelandic film director, writer, politician, journalist and newspaper editor.
Þraslaug f Old Norse, Icelandic
Derived from the Germanic name elements þrasa "to snort, to talk big, to make a bold show" and laug possibly meaning "betrothed woman".
Þrasmundr m Old Norse
Old Norse combination of þrasa "to snort, to talk big, to make a bold show" and mund "protection".
Þrima f Old Norse, Norse Mythology
From Old Norse þrima meaning "fight". In Scandinavian mythology Þrima is the name of a Valkyrie.
Þrǫstr m Old Norse
From Old Norse þrǫstr meaning "'thrush (bird)".
Þrótti ᚦᚱᚭᛏᛁ m Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse þróttr meaning "strength, might, valour".
Þrúðgelmir m Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Derived from þrúðr ("strength") and galmr ("shouting one, roarer"). In Norse mythology this is the name of a Jotunn with six heads.
Þrúðrún f Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements þrúðr "strength" and rún "secret".
Þúfa f Old Norse, Icelandic
Old Norse variant of Tófa, the feminine form of Tófi. It coincides with Old Norse þúfa "mound, knoll" (the origin of both Swedish tuva "tussock, tuft of grass" and Danish tue "small hill").
Þuli m Old Norse
Possibly a variant form of ÞulR, misreading of Tóli or a misreading of Tólir.
Thusnelda f Old Norse (Latinized), Germanic, History, German (Rare)
From the name Tussinhilda, originally an Old Norse name of which the second element is derived from Old Norse hildr "battle". The etymology of the first element has two possibilities. The first is that it is derived from Old Norse Þurs "giant" (as in, a giant, not an adjective illustrating something big), which would mean that the entire name's meaning is roughly "battle with a giant"... [more]
Þyri f Old Norse, Icelandic
Younger form of both Þýrví and Þyríðr.
Tindr m Old Norse
Old Norse form of Tindur.
Tíðfríðr f Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse tíð "time" and fríðr "beautiful", originally "beloved".
Tíðkumi m Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse tíð "time" and koma "to come, arrive".
Tjúguskegg m Old Norse
Old Norse byname meaning "fork-beard".
Tobba f Old Norse
Short form of Þórbjǫrg.
Tófa-Hildr f Old Norse (Hypothetical)
Old Norse name meaning "Hildr daughter of Tófi", a hypothetical early form of a name recorded in Domesday Book as Touilt and Touillda (compare Tovild)... [more]
Tóla f Old Norse
Old Norse short form of names beginning with Þórl- such as Þórlaug or Þórlǫf (i.e., names in which the first element is derived from Þórr (see Thor) and the second element begins with L)... [more]
Tóli m Old Norse
Old Norse pet form of combinations of the first name element ÞOR and a last name element beginning with l-.
Tólir m Old Norse
Old Norse short form of Þórlæifr and its variants (with an -ia--suffix).
Tølir m Old Norse
Maybe an Old Norse variant of Tólir.
Tómi m Old Norse
Old Norse short form of names containing the name element ÞOR and a last element beginning with m-.
Tóra f Old Norse, Faroese
Old Norse variant and Faroese form of Þóra.
Torfi m Icelandic, Old Norse
Variant of Þórviðr and Tiǫrvi. May also be derived directly from Old Norse torf "turf".
Torráðr m Old Norse
From Old Norse torráðr meaning 'embarrassing'.
Tósti m Old Norse
Old Norse diminutive of Þórstæinn.
Totti m Old Norse, German, Swedish
Old Norse diminutive of Þórsteinn as well as a German and Swedish diminutive of Torsten and Thorsten.
Trausti m Old Norse, Icelandic
From Old Norse traustr meaning "trusty, firm, strong".
Triúnn m Old Norse
From Old Norse trjónn (compare with Faroese trónur meaning "nose, snout") or formed from Old Norse trjóna meaning "nose, snout".
Trjónn m Old Norse
From Old Norse trjóna "nose, snout".
Trostann m Old Norse
From Old Norse trostan-n meaning 'leader'.
Tryggúlfr m Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse tryggr "trustworthy" combined with Old Norse úlfr "wolf."
Túli m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Tóli.
Túlir m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Tólir.
Túmi m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Tómi.
Tummi m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Tómi.
Tvennumbrúni m Old Norse
Old Norse byname meaning "with double eyebrows".
Týlir m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Tólir.
Tyrgrim m Old Norse, Anglo-Saxon
Combination of the names Tyr and Grim.
Tyrvi m Old Norse
Either derived from the name of the Norse god Týr (see Tyr) or from Old Norse tyrfi meaning "resinous fir-tree, fatwood".
Ubbi m Norse Mythology, Old Danish, Old Norse (Hypothetical)
Old Danish byname and given name, which might be derived from Úlfr or from Old Norse úfr (Proto-Norse *ūƀ-) meaning "unfriendly".
Uddulfr m Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse oddr "point of a weapon" and ulfr "wolf".
Uddvarr m Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements oddr "spear" and varr "attentive".
Úfeigr m Old Norse
Old Norse combination of ú "un-" (negative prefix) and feigr "fey", "doomed to die" or from Old Norse úfeigr "not fey, not doomed to die, one who will live a long life".
Uggi m Old Norse, Faroese, Icelandic, Danish (Rare)
Variant and modern form of Uggr.
Uggr m Old Norse
From Old Norse uggr meaning "fear, apprehension".
Úlfarna f Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements ulfr "wolf" and ǫrn "eagle".
Ulfarr m Old Norse
Variant form of Ulfgæirr and a combination of ulfr "wolf" and herr "army".
Úlfdís f Old Norse, Icelandic
Derived from Old Norse úlfr "wolf" combined with Old Norse dís "goddess, priestess".
Ulfgæirr m Old Norse
Combination of ulfr "wolf" and geirr "spear".
Úlfgeirr m Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse úlfr "wolf" combined with Old Norse geirr "spear".
Ulfheðinn m Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements ulfr "wolf" and heðinn "jacket of fur or skin".
Úlfhildr f Old Norse
Derived from the Old Norse elements ulfr meaning "wolf" and hildr meaning "battle". An 11th-century Norwegian princess bore this name.
Ulfied m Old Norse
Old Norse form of Wluiet.
Ulfkæll m Old Norse
Old Norse short form of Ulfkætill.
Ulfkætill m Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements ulfr "wolf" and ketill "cauldron hat, helmet".
Úlfkell m Old Norse, Icelandic
Old Norse and Icelandic variant of Ulfkæll.
Úlfketill m Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse úlfr "wolf" combined with Old Norse kettil "kettle, cauldron" (see also Kettil).
Úlfliótr m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Ulfliútr.
Ulfliútr m Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements ulfr "wolf" and -ljótr "shining, bright".
Úlfrekr m Old Norse
Old Norse variant of Ulfríkr.
Ulfríkr m Old Norse
Old Norse combination of ulfr "wolf" and ríkr "mighty, distinguished, rich".
Úlfviðr m Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse úlfr "wolf" combined with Old Norse viðr "tree".
Unna f Old Norse, Danish (Rare), Faroese, Icelandic (Rare), Swedish (Rare), Finnish (Rare)
Derived from Old Norse unna "to love" or unnr "wave".
Unnúlfr m Old Norse
Ancient Scandinavian form of Unulf.
Úrœkja m Old Norse
From Old Norse úrœkja meaning "to neglect, to not ask after, to reck not".
Uðr f & m Norse Mythology, Old Norse
Old Norse form of Unnr. In Norse mythology, Unnr was a billow maiden and one of nine daughters of Ægir and Rán.... [more]
Utr m Old Norse
Variant of Otr.
Uxi m Old Norse, Icelandic (Rare)
Old Norse byname and given name meaning "ox".
Væringr m Old Norse
From Old Norse VæringR meaning "Varangian, Northern warrior who served as lifeguard to the emperors of Constantinople" The word derives from Old Norse várar meaning "solemn vow, oath" with an -ingr-ending (ingr-endings are quite common in Old Norse names... [more]
Vætildr f Old Norse, Algonquian
Probably an Old Norse form of an unknown Algonquian or Beothuk name, though the second element coincides with Old Norse hildr meaning "battle".
Vafþrúðnir m Old Norse, Norse Mythology
Means "the mightily entangling one". This is the name of a wise giant in Norse mythology.
Vakr m Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse vakr ''wakeful, watchful, alert, valiant, brave, fast''.
Valbjǫrn m Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse valr "the slain" and bjǫrn "bear".
Valgarðr m Old Norse
Old Norse masculine form of Valgerðr.
Valgautr m Old Norse
Derived from Old Norse valr "the slain" and gautr "goth".
Valgerðr f Old Norse
Derived from the Old Norse elements valr meaning "the dead on a battlefield, the battle-slain" (as found in the word valkyrja) and garðr meaning "fence, defense"... [more]
Valka f Old Norse, Icelandic, Popular Culture
Old Norse diminutive of Valgerðr. The name is borne by a character in 'How to Train Your Dragon 2'.
Valki m Old Norse
Old Norse diminutive of Valgarðr.
Valr m Old Norse
From Old Norse valr meaning ''falcon''.
Valtýr m Old Norse, Icelandic
Combination of Old Norse valr "the slain (in Valhalla)" and tívar "gods".
Vandill m Old Norse
From Old Norse vandill "sword".
Vani m Old Norse
From Old Norse vanr meaning "wont, accustomed or lacking, wanting".
Vápni m Old Norse, Icelandic
Old Norse byname, from Old Norse vápn meaning "weapon".
Vár f Old Norse, Icelandic (Modern), Faroese, Norse Mythology
From the Old Norse word vár meaning "spring". Vár is the name of an Ásynja, who is responsible for contracts between men and women.
Varinn ᚢᛆᚱᛁᚿ m Old Norse
From the name of a Germanic tribe, the Varini. Varinn was the runemaster of the Rök runestone, the first known piece of Swedish literature.
Vatnarr m Old Norse
Derived from the Germanic name elements vatn "water, waters, river, brook, tears" and herr "army". Vatnarr was the name of a legendary Norwegian king.
Védís f Old Norse, Icelandic
Derived from Old Norse meaning "temple, sanctuary" and dís meaning "goddess".
Véfreyja f Old Norse
Possibly meant "devotee of Freyja" from the Old Norse element meaning "devoted, dedicated" or "home, temple, sanctuary" (compare the word *véseti "one who sits with (= is in charge of) a Vé (= temple, sanctuary)") combined with the name of the goddess Freyja.
Végeirr m Old Norse
Variant of VígæiRR, a combination of Old Norse "temple, sacred enclosure, sanctuary" and geirr "spear".