Bragi is generally associated with bragr, the Norse word for poetry.
The second meaning is derived from the Norse word for sacrificial site: hov.
The name is derived from an Old Norse word for porpoise.
However, the Norse word used in the saga is 'vinber'.
Wick is a development of vik, a Norse word for bay.
The word race comes from a Norse word.
It is a Norse word, although the site may be older still, perhaps even from the Bronze Age.
"Bjur" in the name is an old Norse word for beaver.
It takes its name from the Norse word 'lax' meaning salmon, which once swam in the river.
The name may also be a derivative of the Norse word for goat, hod.