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Icelandic names for mares: H

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Provided by: Fitjamyri Icelandic Horses

Háfeta: high-lifting mare

Halla: stone

Hamingja: happiness

Hamradís: goddess who lives in the cliffs

Harka: severity, harshness

Harpa: name of a month; harp

Hátíð: festivites

Hátign: majesty

Hefring: wave; one of Ægir´s daughters

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

Hempa: long gown, cassock

Hending: chance, accident

Hera: greek goddess

Hespa: clasp, lock

Hetja: hero, noble in courage and honour

Hildur: battle

Hjálma: helmet

Hláka: thaw; hussy

Hlíð: hill, mountain slope

Hlust: acoustic canal in one´s ear

Hlýja: warmth

Hlökk: valkyrie

Hnáta: chubby, stout girl

Hrafnkatla: woman´s name

Hrafntinna: shiny black rock

Hrefna: female crow

Hrelling: affliction, sorrow

Hremmsa: arrow; kind of noose

Hríma: mare with white frost coloring

Hrímfaxa: mare with a white frosty mane

Hrina: howling wind, hail

Hrísla: bush; twig

Hugljúf: pleasant

Hugmynd: idea, concept, notion

Hugsýn: vision, apparition

Hylling: loyalty; oath of loyalty



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