Old Norse Bynames K

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  • kabbi - 'wooden block' - see also Kabbi
  • Kaða- - 'Hen-' - see also Kaða
  • kakali - 'impostor' - see also Kakali
  • kál - 'kale' - see also Kál
  • kalda - 'cold' (♀) - see also Kalda
  • kaldmunnr - 'cold-mouth' - see also Kalda
  • kali - 'freezing' - see also Kali
  • kamban - 'crippled'
  • kampi - 'whiskers' - see also Kampi
  • kampr - 'whiskers' - see also Kampr
  • kani - 'bowl', 'boat' - see also Kani
  • kanoki - '(church) canon'
  • kanpr - 'whiskers' - see also KanpR
  • kápa - 'cloak with a hood' - see also Kápa
  • kappi - 'champion' - see also Kappi
  • karkr - 'thick', 'tough' - see also Karkr
  • karlhǫfði - 'carved figurehead' - see also KARL and HÖFÐI
  • karlsefni - 'man's equal' - see also Karlsefni
  • kárn - 'bird' - see also Kárn
  • kassi - 'basket', 'chest' - see also Kassi
  • kastandrazi - 'throwing arse'
  • katla - 'little kettle' - see also Katla
  • inn katneski - 'from Caithness'
  • kaupi - 'merchant' - see also Kaupi
  • keiliselgr - 'cone-peak' (= mountain)
  • keilismúli - 'cone-peak' (= mountain)
  • kengr - 'crook'
  • kerlinganef - 'hag's-nose' - see also NEF
  • Kier- - 'dear' - see also KIER
  • kimbi - 'bundle'
  • kiǫtvi - 'flesh' - see also Kiǫtvi
  • kjalarr - 'sledge-driver' - see also Kjalarr
  • kjálki - 'jawbone'
  • kjǫlfari - 'keel-traveller' - see also KJÖL and FAR
  • klaka - 'twitter'
  • klakkhǫfði - 'saddlepommel-head' - see also KlakkR and HÖFÐI
  • klaufi - 'awkward, clumsy boor' - see also Klaufi
  • kleggi - 'horse-fly'
  • kleykir - 'person in trouble/disgrace'
  • klintr - 'cliff' - see also Klintr
  • klyppr - 'cutter' - see also Klyppr
  • knapr - 'valet' - see also Knapr
  • knappr - 'knob' - see also Knappr
  • knarrarbringa - 'merchantship-bosom' (= bit tits) (♀)
  • kné - 'knee'
  • kneif - 'nippers'
  • knýtir - 'knitter'
  • knǫttr - 'knot' - see also Knǫttr
  • kofri - 'hood' - see also Kofri
  • kolbrún - 'coal-brow' - see also Kolbrún (♀)
  • Kolbrúnarskáld - 'skald with black eyebrows' - see also Kolbrún and Skáld
  • kolka - 'stain' (♀) - see also Kolka
  • kolli - 'bald head' - see also Kolli
  • kollr - 'bald head' - see also Kollr
  • kolr - 'coal' - see also Kolr
  • kolskeggr - 'coal-beard' - see also Kolskeggr
  • konungsefni - 'king's equal' - see also Konungsefni
  • kópr - 'staring' or 'seal' - see also Kópr
  • kornamúli - 'grain-snout' - see also Múli
  • korni - 'grain' - see also Korni
  • korpr - 'corby' - see also KorpR
  • krafla - 'crawl'
  • kráka - 'crow' - see also Krákr
  • kraki - 'beanpole' - see also Kraki
  • krákr - 'crow' - see also Krákr
  • Kráku- - 'crow' - see also Krákr
  • krákunef - 'crow-nose' - see also Krákr and NEF
  • in kristna - 'the Christian' (♀) - see also KRIST
  • inn kristni - 'the Christian' - see also KRIST
  • krókr - 'crooked' - see also KrókR
  • kroppa - 'hump', 'hunchback'
  • krumr - 'bent' - see also KrumR
  • Krǫmu- - 'Pinch-'
  • kuggi - 'cog'
  • kúla - 'ball'
  • kunta - 'cunt'
  • kúsi - 'person who inspires fear and dread' - see also Kúsi
  • kúss - 'hump' - see also Kúss
  • kváran - 'shoe', 'boot'
  • Kveld- - 'Evening-' - see also KVELD
  • kvistr - 'twig' - see also Kvistr
  • inn kyrri - 'the quiet one' - see also Kyrri
  • kǫgurr - 'fringed cloak'
  • Kǫpu- - 'Cloak-' - see also Kápa
  • kǫrtr - 'short', 'short penis'
  • kǫttr - 'cat'