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Stallions G

  • Gabríel
  • Gaffall (Icelandic gaffall = 'fork')
  • Gaflari (Icelandic nickname for a person from Hafnarfjörður)
  • Galdra-Loftur (Icelandic name meaning 'magic Loftur)
  • Galdur
  • Gálgi (Icelandic gálgi = 'gallows')
  • Galgopi (Icelandi galgopi = 'joker', 'trickster')
  • Gáli (Icelandic gáli = 'joker', 'rogue')
  • Gáll (Icelandic gáll = 'very good mood')
  • Galli
  • Galsi (Icelandic galsi = 'high spirits')
  • Gambri (Icelandic gambri = 'undistilled homemade liquor', 'moonshine')
  • Gambur (Icelandic gambur = 'boast', 'brag' or 'storm')
  • Gamli
  • Gammur (Icelandic gammur = (poet.) 'horse' or 'vulture')
  • Gamsi (Icelandic gamsi = 'someone snapping at somebody')
  • Gandálfur (Icelandic younger form of Gandálfr)
  • Gandi (Icelandic gandi = 'horseshoe stud')
  • Gandur (Icelandic gandur = 'magic wand', see also GAND, also a poetic word for 'horse')
  • Gangleri
  • Gangster (From the English word gangster = 'gangster', 'racketeer')
  • Gangvari (Icelandic gangvari = '(poet.) good riding horse')
  • Ganti (Icelandic ganta = 'banter')
  • Garðar
  • Garður
  • Gári (Icelandic gári = 'wavelet' or 'budgie')
  • Garmur (Icelandic garmur = 'poor devil' or 'dog', younger form of Garmr)
  • Garpur
  • Garri
  • Gáski (Icelandic gáski = 'high spirits')
  • Gassi
  • Gaukur
  • Gaumur (Icelandic gaumur = 'attention')
  • Gaupi
  • Gaupnir (Old Norse gaupnir = 'hollow hand', another name for Óðinn)
  • Gaur (Icelandic gaur = 'dude', 'gangling fellow')
  • Gautatýr (combination of GAUT and TYR)
  • Gauti
  • Gautur
  • Gegnir
  • Gegnumfari (Icelandic gegnumfari = 'travelling through')
  • Geigur (Icelandic geigur = 'dread'
  • Geimfari (Icelandic geimfari = 'astronaut')
  • Geimur (Icelandic geimur = 'outer space')
  • Geir
  • Geirfinnur
  • Geirfugl (Icelandic geirfugl = 'great auk' (bird))
  • Geiri
  • Geirmundur
  • Geislabaugur (Icelandic geislabaugur = 'halo')
  • Geisli
  • Gellir
  • Gemlir (Old Norse gemlir = (poet.) 'eagle', 'hawk')
  • Geri
  • Gerpir
  • Gervir (Icelandic gervi = 'costume', 'guise')
  • Gestur
  • Geysir (Icelandic geysir = 'geyser')
  • Gídeon
  • Gígjar
  • Gígur
  • Gikkur (Icelandic gikkur = 'choosy one')
  • Giljagaur (Icelandic Giljagaur = 'Gully Gawk', which is the name of a Christmas elf)
  • Giljar (Old Norse gilja = 'seduce')
  • Gíll (Icelandic gíll = 'parhelion', 'sun dog')
  • Gillingur
  • Gils
  • Gimli (Icelandic younger form of Gimlé)
  • Gimsteinn (Icelandic gimsteinn = 'gem', 'jewel')
  • Ginfaxi (Icelandic ginfaxi = 'magic symbol')
  • Ginnir (Icelandic ginnir = 'magic symbol' or Icelandic gin = 'jaws', 'mouth')
  • Girðir (Icelandic girðir = 'fencing')
  • Gísl
  • Gísli
  • Gissur
  • Gítar (Icelandic gítar = 'guitar')
  • Gjafall (Icelandic gjafall = 'generous')
  • Gjafar (Icelandic younger form of Gjafarr)
  • Gjafi (Icelandic gjafi = 'giving one')
  • Gjóður (Icelandic gjóður = 'osprey' (bird))
  • Gjóstur (Icelandic gjóstur = 'gust')
  • Gjúki
  • Gjögri (Icelandic gjögra = 'stagger', 'falter')
  • Gjörvi (Icelandic gjörvi = 'costume', 'guise')
  • Glaðningur (Icelandic glaðningur = 'small gift', 'present')
  • Glaðnir
  • Glaður (Icelandic younger form of Glaðr)
  • Glampi (Icelandic glampi = 'flash', 'gleam')
  • Glámur (Icelandic younger form of Glámr)
  • Glanni (Icelandic glanni = 'a reckless jester')
  • Glans (Icelandic glans = 'lustre', 'shine')
  • Glasi (Icelandic glas = 'glass', a name for a blue-eyed horse)
  • Glaumur (Icelandic glaumur = 'noisy merriment')
  • Gleðigjafi (Icelandic gleðigjafi = 'giving joy')
  • Gleipnir
  • Glennir (Icelandic younger form of Glenr)
  • Glettingur (Icelandic glettingur = 'prank', 'joke')
  • Glettinn (Icelandic glettinn = 'teasing')
  • Glettir (Icelandic glettir = 'prankster')
  • Gleymir (Icelandic gleyminn = 'forgetful')
  • Glíri (Old Norse glíra = 'lurking glance')
  • Glitfaxi (Icelandic glitfaxi = 'glittering mane')
  • Glitnir
  • Glitri (Icelandic glitra = 'to glitter'
  • Gljáfaxi (Icelandic gljáfaxi = 'shining mane')
  • Gljái (Icelandic gljái = 'shine')
  • Gljásvartur (Icelandic gljásvartur = 'shining black')
  • Glóar (combination of GLO and HER)
  • Glóbjartur (male form of Glóbjört)
  • Glóblesi (Icelandic glóblesi = 'glowing, shining blaze')
  • Glóðafeykir (name of a mountain in Skagafjörður)
  • Glóðar (Icelandic glóðar = 'embers')
  • Glófaxi (Icelandic glófaxi = 'glowing, shining mane', combination of GLO and Faxi)
  • Glói
  • Glóinn
  • Glókollur (Icelandic glókollur = 'goldcrest', 'kinglet' (bird))
  • Glóni
  • Glópur (Icelandic glópur = 'idiot', 'fool')
  • Glóri (Icelandic glóra = 'glimpse', 'pale light')
  • Glóroði (Icelandic glóroði = 'reddish glow')
  • Glóskeggur (Icelandic glóskeggur = 'glowing, shining beard', combination of GLO and SKEGG)
  • Glossi (pet form of Glóskeggur and Glóstjarni)
  • Glóstjarni (Icelandic glóstjarni = 'glowing, shining star', combination of GLO and STJÄRN)
  • Glótoppur (Icelandic glótoppur = 'glowing, shining bangs')
  • Glotti (Icelandic glotti = 'grinning one')
  • Gluggi (Icelandic gluggi = 'window')
  • Glúmur
  • Glundroði (Icelandic glundroði = 'disorder')
  • Glymjandi (Icelandic glymjandi = 'booming', 'rumbling')
  • Glymur (Icelandic glymur = 'noise')
  • Glyrnir (Icelandic glyrnir = 'mean eye', 'glance')
  • Glæðir
  • Glænefur (Icelandic placename, island)
  • Glæpur (Icelandic glæpur = 'crime')
  • Glær (Icelandic glær = 'sea', 'ocean')
  • Glæsir
  • Glæstur (Icelandic glæstur = 'magnificent', 'elegant')
  • Gneisti
  • Gnoð
  • Gnúpur
  • Gnýfari (Icelandic gnýfari = 'travelling loudly', a poet. word for the wind)
  • Gnýfaxi (Icelandic gnýfaxi = 'rumbling mane', combination of Gnýr and Faxi)
  • Gnýr
  • Goði
  • Góður (Icelandic góður = 'good one', 'kind one')
  • Goggi (Icelandic goggi = 'pecking one')
  • Goggur (Icelandic goggur = 'beak', 'bill')
  • Golíat (Icelandic Golíat = 'Goliath')
  • Golnir (Icelandic younger form of Gǫllnir)
  • Golsi (Old Norse golsi = 'a sheep with a dark yellow belly')
  • Golti (maybe a variant form of Golsi?)
  • Gómur (Icelandic gómur = 'gum', 'palate')
  • Gordon
  • Gorgeir (Icelandic gorgeir = 'arrogance')
  • Gormur
  • Gortari (Icelandic gortari = 'boasting one', 'bragging one')
  • Gosi
  • Goti
  • Gotti (Icelandic gotterí = 'candy', lit. 'good little thing')
  • Gottskálk
  • Gráblesi (Icelandic gráblesi = 'grey blaze')
  • Gráði (Icelandic gráði = 'thin layer of snow')
  • Grafari (Icelandic grafari = 'digger')
  • Gráfaxi (Icelandic gráfaxi = 'grey mane')
  • Gráfeldur (Icelandic gráfeldur = 'grey pelt', 'grey fur')
  • Gráfótur (Icelandic gráfótur = 'grey foot', 'grey leg')
  • Gráhvítur (Icelandic gráhvítur = 'grey-white')
  • Grákollur (Icelandic grákollur = 'grey top of the head')
  • Grallari (Icelandic grallari = 'clown', 'joker')
  • Grámann (Icelandic grámann = 'grey one')
  • Gramur (Icelandic gramur = 'resentful', 'irritated')
  • Grandi (Icelandic grand = 'damage' or grandi = 'isthmus', 'strip of beach above the water')
  • Grandvar (Icelandic grandvar = 'scrupulous')
  • Gránefur (Icelandic gránefur = 'grey nose')
  • Grani
  • Gráni (Icelandic gráni = 'grey one')
  • Granni (Icelandic granni = 'neighbour')
  • Grár (Icelandic grár = 'grey')
  • Grárauður (Icelandic grárauður = 'grey-red')
  • Grási (Icelandic grár = 'grey' + -si)
  • Gráskeggur (Icelandic gráskeggur = 'grey beard')
  • Gráski (Icelandic pet name for a grey horse)
  • Gráskjóni (Icelandic gráskjóni = 'grey pieball horse')
  • Grásokki (Icelandic grásokki = 'grey sock')
  • Grástakkur (Icelandic grástakkur = 'grey coat')
  • Grásteinn (Icelandic grásteinn = 'grey stone')
  • Grástertur (Icelandic grástertur = 'grey ponytail')
  • Grátittlingur (Icelandic grátittlingur = 'Meadow pipit' (Lat. Anthus pratensis, bird))
  • Grátoppur (Icelandic grátoppur = 'grey bang')
  • Grátur (Icelandic grátur = 'crying', 'weeping')
  • Greiði (Icelandic greiði = 'favour')
  • Greifi (Icelandic greifi = 'count', 'earl')
  • Greipur
  • Greppur
  • Grétar
  • Grettir
  • Griffill (Icelandic griffill = 'stylus')
  • Grikkur (Icelandic grikkur = 'trick')
  • Grímar
  • Grímkell
  • Grímnir
  • Grímsi
  • Grímúlfur
  • Grímur
  • Grísi (Icelandic grísi = 'piglet')
  • Grjóni (Icelandic grjóni = 'rice pudding')
  • Grobbin (Icelandic grobba = 'to boast')
  • Gróði (Icelandic gróði = 'advantage', 'benefit')
  • Grunur (Icelandic grunur = 'suspicion')
  • Grúsi (Icelandic grús = 'gravel', 'pebbles')
  • Grútur (Icelandic grútur = 'miser', 'train oil')
  • Græðir (Icelandic græðir = 'healer')
  • Græðlingur (Icelandic græðlingur = 'cuttling')
  • Guddi
  • Guðmundur
  • Guðni
  • Gugnir (Icelandic gugnir = 'faint-hearted one', 'feeble one')
  • Gulkollur (Icelandic gulkollur = 'yellow top of the head')
  • Gullberi (Icelandic gullberi = 'carrier of gold')
  • Gullblesi (Icelandic gullblesi = 'golden blaze')
  • Gullfaxi
  • Gullfeti (Icelandic gullfeti = 'golden steps', 'golden walk')
  • Gullfiskur (Icelandic gullfiskur = 'goldfish')
  • Gullfoss (Icelandic gullfoss = 'golden waterfall')
  • Gullgrani (Icelandic gullgrani = 'golden beard')
  • Gullhrókur (Icelandic gullhrókur = 'golden castle')
  • Gulli
  • Gullinfaxi (Icelandic gullinfaxi = 'golden mane', see also Gullfaxi)
  • Gúlliver (Icelandic spelling of Gulliver)
  • Gullkollur (Icelandic gullkollur = 'golden top of the head')
  • Gullmoli (Icelandic gullmoli = 'gold nugget')
  • Gullskjóni (Icelandic gullskjóni = 'golden pieball horse')
  • Gullskór (Icelandic gullskór = 'golden shoes')
  • Gullsnúður (Icelandic gullsnúður = 'golden and fast moving')
  • Gulltoppur (Icelandic gulltoppur = 'golden bang')
  • Gullvarður (Icelandic gullvarður = 'decorated with gold')
  • Gullver (Icelandic gullver = 'golden man')
  • Gúlpur (Icelandic gúlpur = 'icy cold wind' or 'bump', 'elevation')
  • Gulur (Icelandic gulur = 'yellow one')
  • Gumi
  • Gummi
  • Gúndi
  • Gungnir
  • Gunnar
  • Gunnbjörn
  • Gunnfaxi ('battle mane', 'battle horse', combination of GUNN and Faxi)
  • Gunni
  • Gunnólfur
  • Gunnsi
  • Gunnsteinn
  • Gunnþór
  • Gústaf
  • Gústi
  • Gustur (Icelandic gustur = 'gust of wind')
  • Gutti
  • Guttormur
  • Gvendur
  • Gýgjar
  • Gýgur (Icelandic gýgur = 'troll-woman', 'ogress')
  • Gylfi
  • Gyllingur (Icelandic gylling = 'gilding')
  • Gyllir
  • Gylmir (Old Norse gylmir = '(poet.) rooster', 'cock')
  • Gýmir
  • Gyrðir
  • Gæfur (Icelandic gæmir = 'tame', 'good-natured')
  • Gægir (Icelandic gægja = 'to peek')
  • Gæi (Icelandic gæi = 'cool guy')
  • Gælir (Icelandic gæla = 'to fondle', 'to cuddle')
  • Gæskur (Icelandic gæskur = 'dear friend')
  • Göndull (Icelandic göndull = 'magic wand', , see also Gǫndul - slang for 'prick', 'cock')
  • Göslari (Icelandic gösla = 'to drag', 'to haul')
  • Gösli (Icelandic gösla = 'to drag', 'to haul')