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Icelandic names for stallions/geldings: Y, Þ, Æ, Ö

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Provided by: Fitjamyri Icelandic Horses

Yggur: name for Óðinn

Ylur: friendly, warm

Yngri: junior

Yngvi: man's name

Yrðlingur: young fox

Ýri: dark horse with light spots

Ýringur: dark horse with light spots

Þófi: saddle pad

Þór: god of thunder (Thor)

Þórarinn: man's name

Þórgnýr: man's name

Þótti: haughtiness, pride

Þýðfari: horse with smooth gaits

Þengill: king (poetic)

Þeyr: thaw, mild temperatures

Þjálfi: farmer's boy

Þjassi: giant

Þokki: comfortable disposition

Þorkell: man's name

Þorlákur: man's name

Þorri: midwinter

Þorvaldur: man's name

Þráður: thread, band, rope

Þrái: stubborn

Þrándur: boar

Þröstur: thrush (bird)

Þristur: three stars

Þrjótur: crook, bugger

Þrumugnýr: thunder

Þrymur: giant

Þumall: thumb

Þyrill: unsteady person, name of a mountain

Æður: eider (bird)

Ægir: god of the sea

Æringi: merry person

Öðlingur: noble, kind-hearted

Öggur: fish

Ögri: challenger

Ölmóður: one who drinks ale

Ölvaldi: a giant

Ölviður: old and rare man's name

Örn: eagle

Örvadrumbur: son of Grýla



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