Icelandic Horse Names - Stallions F

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Stallions F

  • Faðmur (Icelandic faðmur = 'fathom')
  • Fáfnir
  • Fagri (Icelandic fagri = 'beautiful one')
  • Fagur (Icelandic fagur = 'beautiful')
  • Fagurkollur (Icelandic fagurkollur = 'beautiful head')
  • Fágætur (Icelandic fágætur = 'uncommon', 'rare')
  • Fákur (Icelandic fákur = (poet.) 'horse' or 'dummy')
  • Faldur (Icelandic faldur = 'welt' or 'coif')
  • Falhófnir
  • Fáli (male form of the mare name Fála, 'giantess', (poet.) 'girl', 'witch')
  • Fálki
  • Fallegur (Icelandic fallegur = 'beautiful')
  • Fallhófnir (probably a variant form of Falhófnir)
  • Fálmar (Icelandic fálma = 'to fumble')
  • Fálmi (Icelandic fálma = 'to fumble')
  • Falur
  • Fangi (Icelandic fangi = 'prisoner', 'captive')
  • Fáni (Icelandic fáni = 'fool', 'goof')
  • Fannar
  • Fanni (Old Norse fǫnn = 'snow', 'snowdrift' (see also FANN)
  • Fans (Icelandic fans = 'crowd', 'heap', 'goods')
  • Fantur (Icelandic fantur = 'bully', 'rascal')
  • Farandi (Icelandic farandi = 'traveller')
  • Farði (Icelandic farði = 'make-up', 'coating')
  • Farfaxi (combination of FAR and Faxi)
  • Farri (Old Norse farri = 'tramp' or 'ox')
  • Farsæll (Icelandic farsæll = 'successful', 'happy')
  • Fasi (Icelandic fas = 'ado', 'speed')
  • Fáskrúður (place name, name of an island in western Iceland)
  • Fasti
  • Fastur (Icelandic younger form of Fastr)
  • Fattur (Icelandic fattur = 'curved back' or 'arrogant')
  • Fauskur (Icelandic fauskur = 'old, effete man')
  • Fauti (Icelandic fauti = 'ruffian', 'brute')
  • Faxi
  • Faxnir (Icelandic faxnir = 'one with a thick and long mane')
  • Feigur (Icelandic feigur = 'approaching death')
  • Feill (Icelandic feill = 'mistake')
  • Feiminn (Icelandic feiminn = 'shy')
  • Félagi
  • Feldur (Icelandic feldur = 'pelt', 'fur')
  • Felix
  • Fengsæll (Icelandic fengsæll = 'lucky while hunting')
  • Fengur
  • Fennir (Icelandic fennir = 'snowed in')
  • Fenrir
  • Ferill (Icelandic ferill = 'path', 'track')
  • Ferningur (Icelandic ferningur = 'square')
  • Feti (Icelandic feta = 'to go in another one's steps')
  • Fetill (Icelandic fetill = 'sling', 'bandage')
  • Feykir
  • Fiðlari (Icelandic fiðlari = 'fiddler')
  • Fiðringur (Icelandic fiðringur = 'tingling sensation')
  • Fífi (male form of Fífa)
  • Fífill
  • Filippus
  • Fimur (Icelandic fimur = 'loose-limbed', 'agile'
  • Finnbjörn
  • Finni
  • Finnungur (Icelandic finnungur = 'matgrass' (Lat. Nardus stricta))
  • Finnur
  • Fiskur (Icelandic fiskur = 'fish')
  • Fitjungur (Icelandic fitjungur = 'salt grass' (Lat. Puccinellia))
  • Fjaðrandi (Icelandic fjaðrandi = 'resilient', 'elastic')
  • Fjalar
  • Fjalla-Eyvindur (Icelandic Fjalla-Eyvindur = 'Eyvindur from the mountains')
  • Fjallaköttur (Icelandic fjallaköttur = 'mountain cat')
  • Fjalldrapi (Icelandic fjalldrapi = 'dwarf birch)
  • Fjalli (Icelandic fjall = 'mountain')
  • Fjandi (Icelandic fjandi = 'enemy', 'devil')
  • Fjári (Icelandic fjári = 'devil')
  • Fjarki (Icelandic fjarki = 'four' (in a game of cards))
  • Fjarski (Icelandic fjarski = 'distance')
  • Fjóli (male form of Fjóla)
  • Fjólmundur
  • Fjórðungur (Icelandic fjórðungur = 'quarter', 'one fourth')
  • Fjósi (Icelandic fjós = 'barn', 'shed', 'byre')
  • Fjöllungur (Icelandic fjöllungur = 'belonging to the mountains')
  • Fjölmóður
  • Fjölnir
  • Fjölvar
  • Fjölvi (Icelandic fjölvi = 'macro', see also FJÖL)
  • Fjörður (Icelandic fjörður = 'fjord', 'bay')
  • Fjörnir
  • Fjörugur (Icelandic fjörugur = 'lively')
  • Fjörvi (Icelandic younger spelling of Fjǫrvi)
  • Fjötri (Icelandic fjötri = 'chained one')
  • Flagari (Icelandic flagari = 'ladies' man')
  • Fláki (Icelandic fláki = 'lowland', 'plain')
  • Flakkari (Icelandic flakkari = 'vagabond', 'tramp')
  • Flans (Icelandic flans = 'flange')
  • Flassi (Icelandic flass = 'flash')
  • Flaumósi (Icelandic flumósa = 'confused', 'dizzy')
  • Flaumur (Icelandic flaumur = 'torrential')
  • Flautaþyrill (Icelandic flautaþyrill = 'a whisk with a fringe at the end, with which to whip milk', fig. 'hasty and restless one')
  • Fleinn
  • Fleipur (Icelandic fleipur = 'chat', 'small talk', 'loose talk')
  • Flekkur (Icelandic flekkur = 'spot', 'stain')
  • Flengur (Icelandic flengur = 'fast sprint')
  • Fleygur (Icelandic fleygur = 'able to fly')
  • Flibbi (Icelandic flibbi = 'collar', 'neck warmer')
  • Flinkur
  • Flipi (Icelandic flipi = 'a horse's upper lip')
  • Fljótur (Icelandic fljótur = 'fleet', 'swift')
  • Flói (Icelandic fló = 'flea' or Icelandic flói = 'marshy moor')
  • Flóki
  • Flokkur (Icelandic flokkur = 'flock')
  • Flómósi (Icelandic flumósa = 'confused', 'dizzy')
  • Flórgoði (Icelandic flórgoði = 'horned grebe')
  • Flóri (Icelandic flór = 'floor of a cow-stall')
  • Flosi
  • Floti (Icelandic flot = 'fat', 'grease' (esp. from cooked meat) or Icelandic floti = 'float', 'raft')
  • Flotti
  • Flótti (Icelandic flótti = 'flight')
  • Flugar (Icelandic flugar = 'flying one')
  • Flugeldur (Icelandic flugeldur = 'fireworks')
  • Flugfari (Icelandic flugfari = 'quick traveller', see also FAR)
  • Flugfaxi (Icelandic flugfaxi = 'quick horse' or 'with flying mane', see also Faxi)
  • Flugnir (Icelandic flugnir = 'quick one', 'fast one')
  • Flugþytur (Icelandic flugþytur = 'whisling of a strong wind')
  • Flygill (Old Norse flygill = 'wing' or Icelandic flygill = 'grand piano')
  • Flýtir (Icelandic flýtir = 'haste')
  • Flækifótur (Icelandic flækifótur = 'with entangled feet')
  • Flækingur (Icelandic flækingur = 'vagabond', 'tramp')
  • Flæmingur
  • Flögri (Icelandic flögri = 'fluttering, flapping one')
  • Flötur (Icelandic flöt = 'plain', 'grass land')
  • Fnykur (Icelandic fnykur = 'stench')
  • Fókus (Icelandic fókus = 'focus')
  • Foldar (Icelandic fold = poet. 'earth', 'land')
  • Foldi (Icelandic fold = poet. 'earth', 'land')
  • Fontur (Icelandic fontur = 'font' (in a church))
  • Forði (Icelandic forði = 'stores', 'viands')
  • Foringi (Icelandic foringi = 'leader')
  • Forkur (Icelandic forkur = 'energetic person', lit. 'fork')
  • Forni
  • Forseti
  • Foss (Icelandic foss = 'waterfall')
  • Fossberg (Icelandic middle name, combination of 'waterfall' and 'mountain')
  • Fóstri (Icelandic fóstri = 'foster father' or 'foster son')
  • Fótur (Icelandic fótur = 'foot')
  • Frakki (Icelandic frakki = 'frock', 'coat' or 'Frenchman' or Old Norse frakki = 'bad, rotten hay')
  • Frakkur (Icelandic frakkur = 'bold', 'audacious', 'impudent')
  • Framfari (Icelandic framfari = 'progress', 'development')
  • Framherji (Icelandic framherji = 'forward' (football))
  • Frami (Icelandic frami = 'fame', 'glory')
  • Framleistur (Icelandic framleistur = 'the fore part of a sock')
  • Fránn
  • Frans
  • Frár
  • Frasi (Icelandic frasi = 'phrase', 'expression', 'cliché')
  • Freki
  • Frekur (Icelandic frekur = 'pushy', 'forward')
  • Frelsari (Icelandic frelsari = 'saviour')
  • Frestur (Icelandic frestur = 'respite')
  • Freyðir (Icelandic freyðir = 'foaming one')
  • Freyfari (combination of FREJ and FAR)
  • Freyfaxi (combination of FREJ and Faxi)
  • Freymar
  • Freymóður
  • Freyr
  • Freysgoði (Icelandic freysgoði = 'Freyr's priest')
  • Freysteinn
  • Freyþór
  • Friðfinnur
  • Fríðleiki (Old Norse fríðleiki = 'personal beauty')
  • Friðrekur
  • Friðrik
  • Friðsæll (Icelandic friðsæll = 'blessed with peace')
  • Friðþjófur
  • Friður
  • Frikki
  • Frímann
  • Frískur (Icelandic frískur = 'healthy', 'lively')
  • Frissi
  • Frissi-Fríski (Icelandic frískur = 'healthy', 'lively')
  • Fróði
  • Fróðmar
  • Fróður (Icelandic fróður = 'knowledgeable', 'well-read', 'learned')
  • Frómi (Icelandic frómur = 'pious', 'honest')
  • Frómur (Icelandic frómur = 'pious', 'honest')
  • Froskur (Icelandic froskur = 'frog')
  • Frostblær (Icelandic frostblær = 'frost breeze')
  • Frosti
  • Frostreykur (Icelandic frostreykur = 'frost smoke')
  • Frostþór (combination of FROST and ÞOR)
  • Frúkostur (Icelandic frúkostur = 'breakfast')
  • Frumkvöðull (Icelandic frumkvöðull = 'entrepreneur')
  • Frægur (Icelandic frægur = 'famous')
  • Frækinn (Icelandic frækinn = 'brave', 'valiant')
  • Fræknir (Icelandic fræknir = 'strong and brave one')
  • Frændi (Icelandic frændi = 'male relative', 'cousin', 'uncle', 'nephew')
  • Fræsir (Icelandic fræsir = 'snorting one')
  • Frævill (Icelandic frævill = 'stamen')
  • Fugl (Icelandic fugl = 'bird')
  • Fulltrúi (Icelandic fulltrúi = 'attorney', 'representative')
  • Fullur (Icelandic fullur = 'drunk', 'full (of)')
  • Fumi (Icelandic fum = 'nervous agitation')
  • Fundur (Icelandic fundur = 'find', 'discovery')
  • Funi
  • Fursti (Icelandic fursti = 'prince', 'monarch')
  • Fúsi
  • Fylkir
  • Fýr (Icelandic fýr = 'guy', 'chap', 'fellow')
  • Fyrstur (Icelandic fyrstur = 'first one')
  • Fögnuður (Icelandic fögnuður = 'exultation', 'joy')
  • Fölski (Icelandic fölski = 'burnt-out embers')
  • Fölskvi (Icelandic fölskvi = 'burnt-out embers')
  • Fölur (Icelandic fölur = 'pale')
  • Fölvi (Icelandic fölvi = 'paleness')
  • Fönix (Icelandic fönix = 'phenix')
  • Förull (Icelandic förull = 'feeling wanderlust')