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Icelandic names for stallions/geldings: B

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Provided by: Fitjamyri Icelandic Horses

Bálki: old man's name

Bárekur: man's name

Börkur: bark, man's name

Búi: farmer, neighbour

Bakkus: man's name, god of the wine

Bakur: character from the sagas

Baldur: mythological name, brave

Balthasar: name of a king

Bangsi: teddy bear

Barði: bard, Celtic poet, man's name

Barón: baron

Barki: stem of a boat

Barmur: gulf, bay, edge

Bassi: little bear

Bati: recovery

Baugur: ring, old man's name

Baukur: tin, can

Bergelmir: roaring like a bear

Berserkur: strong man, fighter

Bersi: polar bear (grey dappled horse)

Bikar: cup, chalice

Biskup: bishop

Bjálfi: fur, bastard

Bjálki: beam, old man's name

Bjarki: little bear

Bjarmi: ray of light, chestnut horse

Bjartur: light red, old man's name

Blámann: blue man

Blæfaxi: breeze-mane

Blængur: raven

Blíður: mild, friendly

Blakkur: very dark brown horse

Bleikblesi: yellow dun with blaze

Bleikskjóni: dun pinto

Blendingur: half-troll, half-breed

Blesi: horse with blaze

Blikfaxi: mane that glitters in the sun

Blossi: flame, flash

Boði: herald

Bogi: man's name, bow, weapon

Bolli: bowl, fat man

Borgar: man's name

Brími: fire

Bróðir: brother

Brúnfaxi: dark brown with impressive mane

Brúnskjóni: black-brown pinto

Bragi: genius, god of poetry

Brandur: sword

Brestur: flaw, crack

Broddi: man's name, sting, point

Bylur: snowstorm, gust

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