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Icelandic names for stallions/geldings: D

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Provided by: Fitjamyri Icelandic Horses

Dökkvi: dark

Dýri: exellent, exceptional

Dagfari: one who travels by day, old man's name

Dagur: day

Dans: dance

Darri: spear, old man's name

Depill: spot, patch

Digur: strong, brave

Dilkur: lamb

Djákni: deacon

Djöfull: devil

Djarfur: bold, brave, courageous 

Dofri: tramp, loafer, a giant

Drómi: bonds, rope, tether

Drangur: rock, cliff

Draugur: ghost

Draumur: dream

Draupnir: Óðinn's golden ring

Dreitill: remains, grounds, drop

Dreki: dragon, wild horse

Drengur: chivalrous

Dropi: drop

Dugur: toughness, courage

Dumbur: reddish-brown

Dvergur: dwarf

Dyggur: faithful, loyal

Dynfari: storm (poetic)

Dynur: noise, roar



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