Old Norse Bynames S

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  • sámr - 'swarthy' - see also SámR
  • saurr - 'dirt'
  • sekr - 'outlaw'
  • Sel- - 'Shed-'
  • Sela- - 'Seal-' - see also SEL
  • selseista - 'seal-testicle' - see also SEL
  • selshǫfuð - 'seal-head' - see also Selshǫfuð
  • serkr - 'sark', 'shirt' - see also Serkr
  • silkifuð - 'silky cunt' - see also SILK
  • simpa - 'sculpin' - see also Simpa
  • sindri - 'spark sprayer' (= 'blacksmith')
  • sjóna - 'seeress' (♀)
  • sjóni - 'seer'
  • skaðareðr - 'harm-penis'
  • skagi - 'low cape' - see also Skagi
  • skák - 'robber' - see also Skák
  • skakki - 'skew' - see also Skakki
  • skakli - 'pole' (of a carriage) - see also Skakli
  • skál - 'bowl'
  • skálaglamm - 'tinkle-scales' (= concerned with hard cash)
  • Skáld- - 'Poet-' - see also Skáld
  • skáldaspillir - 'skald-dispoiler' - see also Skáld
  • Skalla- - 'Bald-Pate-' - see also Skalli
  • skalli - 'bald-pate' - see also Skalli
  • skálpr - 'leather sheath (for a sword)' - see also Skálpr
  • skammhals - 'short-neck' - see also Skammhals
  • skapti - 'shaft-maker' - see also Skapti
  • skarði - 'hare-lip' - see also Skarði
  • skarfr - 'cormorant' - see also SkarfR
  • skári - 'young sea-mew' - see also Skári
  • skarpi - 'skinny', 'sharp' - see also Skarpi
  • skattkaupandi - 'tax-collector'
  • skefill - 'scratcher' (= 'sword') - see also Skefill
  • Skegg- - 'Beard-' - see also SKEGG
  • skeggi - 'islander', 'rough-neck' - see also Skeggi
  • skegglauss - 'beardless' - see also SKEGG
  • skeiðarkinn - 'weftbeater-chin'
  • skeiðarnef - 'weftbeater-nose' - see also NEF
  • skeifr - 'skew'
  • skeljamoli - 'seashell-shard' - see also Moli
  • skerjablesi - 'skerry-blaze' - see also Blesi
  • skinfaxi - 'sheen-mane' - see also Faxi
  • Skinna- - 'Skin-Trader-'
  • Skjaldar - 'Shield-' - see also SKJÖLD
  • inn skjálgi - 'the squinting one' - see also Skjálgi
  • skjálgr - 'squinter' - see also Skjálgr
  • skógarnef - 'forest-nose' - see also SKOG and NEF
  • skógr - 'forest' - see also SkógR
  • skopti - 'scalp hair' - see also Skopti
  • skorpa - 'crust' - see also Skorpa
  • skorri - 'purring' - see also Skorri
  • skotakollr - 'Scot-hill' - see also KOLL
  • skrauti - 'splendid' - see also Skrauti
  • skrǫggr - 'scraggy' (= 'fox') - see also Skrǫggr
  • inn skygna - 'swift-eyed' - see also Skygni
  • skygni - 'swift-eyed' - see also Skygni
  • skúli - 'protector' - see also Skúli
  • skúta - 'scow' - see also Skúta
  • skytja - 'marksman'
  • skær - 'skerry' - see also Skær
  • skǫkull - 'cart-pole'
  • slagakollr - 'brisket', 'cut of meat' - see also KOLL
  • sleggja - 'sledge-hammer'
  • Sleitu- - 'Trick-'
  • Sléttu- - 'Smooth-'
  • slítandi - 'tearing'
  • slóði - 'good-for-nothing', 'ne'er-do-well', 'wastrel' - see also Slóði
  • slyðra - 'ruffian' - see also Slyðra
  • sløngvandbaugi - 'ring-slinger' - see also BAUG
  • slœkidreng - 'slender as youth' - see also DRENG
  • smiðjudrumbr - 'smithy-drum' (= 'anvil') - see also SMIÐ
  • smiðr - 'smith' - see also Smiðr
  • smjǫr - 'butter'
  • smjǫrkengr - 'butter-hook'
  • smjǫrreðr - 'butter-penis'
  • snara - 'snare'
  • snarfari - 'swift-traveller' - see also Snari and FAR
  • snari - 'hasty' - see also Snari
  • inn snarskygna - 'the swift-eyed one' - see also Snari and Skygni
  • snepill - 'snip', 'earlobe'
  • sneypir - 'snipper'
  • inn snjalli - 'the swift one'
  • snorri - 'quickly turning' - see also Snorri
  • snúinbrók - 'twisted-tartan'
  • snæþrima - 'snow-clash' - see also SNÆ and Þrima
  • sóli - 'capable' or 'poor' - see also Sóli
  • sóti - 'soot' - see also Sóti
  • Spak- - 'Wise-' - see also SpakR
  • in spaka - 'the wise one' (♀) - see also SpakR
  • inn spaki - 'the wise one' - see also Spaki
  • spakr - 'wise' - see also SpakR
  • spákona - 'prophetess' (♀) - see also Kona
  • spár - 'prophetic' - see also SpáR
  • spióti - 'spear' - see also Spióti
  • spǫrr - 'sparrow' - see also Spǫrr
  • stafn - 'stem' (of a ship) - see also Stafn
  • stafr - 'staff' - see also STAF
  • staki - 'pole' - see also Staki
  • stakkr - 'short, coarse bag-like blouse without a waist' - see also StakkR
  • stáli - 'steel' - see also Stáli
  • starr - 'stiff' - see also Starr
  • steinn - 'stone' - see also Stæinn
  • inn sterki - 'the strong one' - see also Sterki
  • stígr - 'stepping one' - see also Stígr
  • stikublígr - 'yardstick-gaze'
  • stjarna - 'star' - see also STJÄRN
  • inn stórhǫggvi - 'great-slasher' - see also STOR
  • stóri - 'big' - see also Stóri
  • stormr - 'storm' - see also Stormr
  • stoti - 'stammerer', 'stiff walk'
  • Strað- - 'Butt-fuck-'
  • inn strangi - 'the strong one'
  • stræitinn - 'agressive' - see also Stræitinn
  • stúfr - 'stump' - see also StúfR
  • sturla - 'disturbing' - see also Sturla
  • styðingr - 'post' or 'stud' - see also StyðingR
  • styggr - 'shy', 'unfriendly' - see also StyggR
  • stýrimaðr - 'helmsman' - see also Stýrimaðr
  • styrr - 'tumult' - see also Styrr
  • stǫng - 'staff'
  • suða - 'south' - see also Suðri
  • suðeyingr - 'south-islander' - see also Suðri and EY
  • inn suðreyski - 'South-Islander' - see also Suðri and EY
  • súgandi - 'sucking'
  • sundafyllir - 'soundfiller'
  • súrr - 'sour'
  • surtr - 'black' - see also Surtr
  • sútari - 'shoe-maker' - see also Sútari
  • svanr - 'swan' - see also Svanr
  • svarfaðr - 'riot'
  • inn svarti - 'the black one' - see also Svarti
  • svartiþurs - 'black-giant' - see also SVART
  • svartr - 'black' - see also Svartr
  • swave - 'from Swabia' - see also Swave
  • sverrir - 'trouble-maker' - see also Sverrir
  • svíðandi - 'singing', 'burning' - see also Svíðandi
  • sviðbalki - 'one who burns wood' - see also Sviðbalki
  • sviði - 'agony' - see also Sviði
  • sviðingr - 'miser' - see also SviðingR
  • Sviðu- - 'Singe-' - see also Sviði
  • Svína- - 'Pig-'
  • Sylgja - 'brooch', 'buckle' (♀) - see also Sylgja
  • sælendingr - 'from Sjælland'
  • sælingr - 'fortunate' - see also SÄLL
  • sœgr - 'tumult' - see also Sœgr