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Icelandic names for mares: K

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Provided by: Fitjamyri Icelandic Horses

Kaldráð: reminds one of the saying: "Cold is woman's advice."

Kápa: coat, cape

Kátína: merriment, gaiety

Katla: a volcano

Keðja: chain

Keila: name of a mountain; type of fish

Kemba: comb full of wool

Kengála: name for a dun mare

Kerling: old woman

Kesja: weapon, kind of halberd

Kilja: coat, cloak

Kímni: humour, joking, fun

Kinna: mare with a patch on her cheek

Klára: name for a mare that trots well, implement to turn grind dung on a homefield

Klassík: classic

Klípa: crisis, difficulties

Klóthildur: Valkyrie

Klöpp: flat rock

Kola: dim light; oil-lamp

Kolbrá: dark around the eyes and brow

Kolbrún: dark brow

Kná: vigorous, tough

Kolfinna: dark or black mare

Kolfreyja: dark or black mare

Kolgríma: mare with dark or black head

Kolka: nickname of a settler

Kolla: mare with a darker color of the head or forelock

Komma: comma

Korpa: female raven

Kosning: choice, election

Krafla: name of a hot spring

Kráka: crow

Kría: arctic tern (bird)

Kreppa: pinch, difficulty

Kringla: pretzel

Króna: coin

Kveðja: greeting

Kveikja: she who incites or encourages

Kvika: swell of a wave

Kylja: cold wind

Kæpa: female seal



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