ÞJOÐ

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Name Element

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Origin and Meaning

Germanic name element

Ancient Germanic

*þiuda- = 'folk', 'people' [1]

Old Norse

þjóð = 'folk', 'people' [2] [3]

Old High German

thiot = 'people'

Old Saxon

thiad = 'people'

Related Names

See Þiúð, Diesel, Ditte, Dyveke, Teit, Tide, Tilo, (Þjóðann)

Combinations

Name
Element    
Example
BALD see Dietbald (German)
BJÖRN see Þjóðbjǫrn
BJÖRT see Dietbert (German)
BORG see Þiúðborg (Norse) and Dietburg (German)
DIS see Þeódís
GEIR see ÞiúðgæiRR (Norse) and Teodger (German)
GERD see Þjóðgerðr
HARD see Diethard (German)
HEID see Þiúðhæiðr
HER see Þjóðarr (Norse) and Diether (German)
HILD see Þjóðhildr (Norse) and Diethild (German)
HROD see Hróðþiúð
KETILL see Þióðkell
LEIF see Dietleib (German) and Þjóðleifur (Norse)
LIND see Theodolinda (German)
MANN see Theotman (German)
MAR see Þjóðmarr (Norse) and Dietmar (German)
MUND see Þiúðmundr
RIK see Theodorich (German) and Þiudareiks (Gothic)
STEIN see Þiúðstæinn
ULF see ÞiúðulfR
UNN see Þjóðunn
VALD see Tjodvald
VAR see Þiúðvarr
VARD see Theotward (German) and Þjóðvarður (Norse)
VER see ÞiúðvéR
VI see Þiúðví
VÖR see Tjodvor

First Element Forms

Det-
Di- Die-
Diet- Dit-
Teo- Teod- Theo- Theod- Theode- Theodo- Theot-
Thiod- Thiudh- Thyth- Ti- Tide- Tiede-
Tjod Tjóð-
Thø
Þeó-
Þiau-
Þið-
Þióð-
Þiúð- Þiuda-
Þjóð-

Last Element Forms

-þiúð

References

  1. Kristian Hald: Personnavne i Danmark - Oldtiden (1971)
  2. Lena Peterson: Nordiskt runnamnslexikon (2002)
  3. Kristoffer Kruken og Ola Stemshaug: Norsk Personnamnleksikon (1995)