Icelandic Horse Names - Stallions D

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Icelandic Horse Names

Stallions

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Stallions D

  • Daddi
  • Daði
  • Daðri (Icelandic daðra = 'to wag the tail')
  • Dagbjartur
  • Dagdraumur (Icelandic dagdraumur = 'daydream')
  • Dagfari
  • Dagfinnur
  • Daggardropi (Icelandic daggardropi = 'dewdrop')
  • Dagur
  • Dagverður (Icelandic dagverður = 'brunch')
  • Dalakollur (combination of DAL and KOLL)
  • Dalí (or named after the Spanish surrealist Salvador Dalí)
  • Dálkur (Old Norse dálkr = 'dagger' or 'vertebrae of a fish's tail')
  • Dalmar
  • Dalur (Icelandic dalur = 'valley', 'dale')
  • Dalvar (maybe a combination of DAL and VARD?)
  • Dampur (Icelandic dampur = 'steamboat')
  • Dani
  • Daníel
  • Danki (Icelandic danka = 'to be lazy', 'to be careless')
  • Danni
  • Dans (Icelandic dans = 'dance')
  • Dansari (Icelandic dansari = 'dancer')
  • Danskur (Icelandic danskur = 'Danish')
  • Dári (Icelandic dári = 'fool')
  • Darki (Icelandic darka = 'to walk heavily', 'to trample')
  • Darri
  • Dáti (Icelandic dáti = 'soldier')
  • Daufur (Icelandic daufur = 'dull', 'dumb')
  • Davíð
  • Deilingur (Icelandic deilingur = 'divided one')
  • Deilir (Icelandic deilir = 'divider')
  • Dekri (Icelandic dekra = 'to spoil', 'to pamper')
  • Dellingur
  • Demantur (Icelandic demantur = 'diamond')
  • Dembingur (Icelandic dembingur = 'smooth and quick ride')
  • Dempari (Icelandic dempari = 'damper')
  • Dengsi
  • Denni
  • Depill (Icelandic depill = 'spot', 'dot')
  • Derrill (Icelandic derrinn = 'big-headed')
  • Derrir (Icelandic derra = 'to be cheeky')
  • Diddi (Icelandic pet form of names beginning with Di-)
  • Diðrik
  • Digur (Icelandic digur = 'stout', 'big', 'fat', see also DIG)
  • Diktari (Icelandic diktari = 'author', 'poet')
  • Díli (Icelandic díli = 'spot', 'stain')
  • Dilkur (Icelandic dilkur = 'suckling')
  • Díll (Icelandic díll = 'spot', 'dot')
  • Dimmfari (combination of DIMM and FAR)
  • Dimmi (Icelandic dimma = 'darkness', see also DIMM)
  • Dimmir (Icelandic dimmir = 'dark one', see also DIMM)
  • Dimmur (Icelandic dimmur = 'dark', see also DIMM)
  • Dímon (Icelandic place name, mountain in Þjórsárdalur)
  • Dínus
  • Dísill (Icelandic dísil = 'Diesel')
  • Diskur (Icelandic diskur = 'dish', 'plate')
  • Djáknar (Icelandic djákn = 'deacan')
  • Djákni (Icelandic djákn = 'deacan')
  • Djarfgengur (Icelandic djarfgengur = 'one who walks boldly', a combination of DIARF and GANG)
  • Djarfur (Icelandic djarfur = 'bold', 'daring', see also DiarfR)
  • Djásni (Icelandic djásn = 'piece of jewelry')
  • Djass (Icelandic djass = 'jazz')
  • Djöfull (Icelandic djöfull = 'devil')
  • Doddi
  • Doði (Icelandic doði = 'drowsiness', 'laziness')
  • Doðri (Icelandic doði = 'drowsiness', 'laziness')
  • Dofri
  • Dólgur (Icelandic dólgur = 'bully')
  • Dollar (from the currency)
  • Dollari (from the currency 'dollar')
  • Dómari
  • Dómur (Icelandic dómur = 'judgement', 'sentence')
  • Dóni (Icelandic dóni = 'clown', 'lout')
  • Doppi (Icelandic doppi = 'spotted one')
  • Dóri
  • Dósent (Icelandic dósent = 'associate professor', 'senior lecturer', 'reader')
  • Drafnar (1. Icelandic drafna = 'little spot', 2. male form of Drǫfn)
  • Drangur (Icelandic drangur = 'slim cliff')
  • Dráttur (Icelandic dráttur = 'delay', 'tardiness')
  • Draugsi (Icelandic draugsi = 'little ghost')
  • Draugur (Icelandic draugur = 'ghost')
  • Draumar (Icelandic draumar = 'dreams')
  • Draumfari (Icelandic draumfari = 'dreaming')
  • Draumur (Icelandic draumur = 'dream')
  • Draupnir
  • Dreggjar (Icelandic dreggjar = 'dregs')
  • Dreitill (Icelandic dreitill = 'splash', 'dash')
  • Dreki
  • Drengur
  • Dreyri (Icelandic dreyri = 'blood')
  • Drífandi (Icelandic drífandi = 'energetic', 'hardworking', 'able' or 'heavy snowfall')
  • Drísill (Icelandic drýsil- = 'little', 'petty', 'miserable')
  • Drómi
  • Drómundur (Icelandic drómundur = 'big battleship')
  • Dropar (Icelandic dropar = 'dripping')
  • Dropi (Icelandic dropi = 'drop')
  • Drottinn (Icelandic drottinn = 'lord', 'master', see also Drott)
  • Drottnari (Icelandic drottnari = 'ruler')
  • Drúði (Icelandic drúði = 'storm petrel' (bird))
  • Drumbur (Icelandic drumbur = 'sullen person' or 'log of wood')
  • Drungi (Icelandic drungi = 'drowsiness')
  • Drykkur (Icelandic drykkur = 'drink')
  • Drýsill (Icelandic drýsil- = 'little', 'petty', 'miserable')
  • Drösull (Icelandic drösull = 'horse')
  • Dúddi
  • Duginn (Icelandic duginn = 'capable one')
  • Dugur (Icelandic dugur = 'capability', 'ability', 'energy')
  • Dúi
  • Dúkur (Icelandic dúkur = 'cloth', 'tablecloth')
  • Dulnir (Icelandic dulnir = 'introvert one')
  • Dulur (Icelandic dulur = 'reticent', 'introvert')
  • Dumbur (Icelandic dumbur = 'dumb')
  • Dúnn
  • Durgur (Icelandic durgur = 'boor', 'lout')
  • Durtur (Icelandic durtur = 'slob', 'jerk')
  • Dúskur (Icelandic dúskur = 'tuft', 'bobble')
  • Dúx (Icelandic dúx = 'class winner')
  • Dvali (Icelandic dvali = 'hibernation', 'unconsciousness')
  • Dvalinn
  • Dvergur (Icelandic dvergur = 'dwarf', see also DvergR)
  • Dyggur (Icelandic dyggur = 'faithful', 'trusty', 'worthy', see also Dyggvi)
  • Dynfari (Icelandic dynfari = (poet.) 'wind')
  • Dynjandi (Icelandic dynjandi = 'roaring', 'thundering')
  • Dynkur (Icelandic dynkur = 'thump', 'thud', 'bump')
  • Dyntur (Icelandic dyntur = 'whim', 'caprice', see also Dyntr)
  • Dynur (Icelandic dynur = 'boom', 'thunder')
  • Dýnus (variant spelling of Dínus?)
  • Dýrðlingur (Icelandic dýrðlingur = 'saint')
  • Dýrfinnur
  • Dýri
  • Dýrlingur (Icelandic dýrlingur = 'saint')
  • Dögurður (Icelandic dögurður = 'breakfast')
  • Dökkálfur (Icelandic dökkálfur = 'Svartálf')
  • Dökkur (Icelandic dökkur = 'dark', 'black')
  • Dökkvi (Icelandic dökkvi = 'dark one', 'black one')