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Icelandic names for stallions/geldings: G

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Provided by: Fitjamyri Icelandic Horses

Gálmur: sword

Gári: small wave, light breeze

Gáski: playful, hilarious

Gæðingur: perfect riding horse

Gýmir: a god of the sea

Galdur: the wild one

Galsi: playful, hilarious

Gamli: old one

Garðar: guarding warrior

Garpur: hero, brave man

Gaukur: cuckoo

Geisli: ray

Gestur: guest, stranger

Geysir: geyser, energy

Gissur: man's name

Gjúki: giver

Gjafar: giver

Glæpur: crime

Glæsir: impressive horse

Glófaxi: light or golden mane

Glaður: happy, merry

Glampi: light ray, glowing eye

Glaumur: merriment

Glymjandi: thunder, noise

Gnýfeti: quickfoot

Goði: chieftain

Gormur: grounds, spir spring

Gráblesi: grey or dappled horse with blaze

Grámann: man's name, grey mane

Gráni: grey horse

Greifi: earl

Grettir: name of a dragon, famous outlaw

Gunnfaxi: battle horse with big mane

Gustur: storm, blizzard

Gyllir: the golden one



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