The name of the village is Old Norse for tree.
The name originates from old Norse, meaning the open space in the oak trees.
He wrote textbooks on history, old Norse and physics.
Landnám is old Norse which literally translates to taking land.
The name Frier comes originally from the old Norse and means beautiful.
In old Norse the word means sharp end of an arrow or edge of blade.
The very name derives from the old Norse for water land, from which we get the English word island.
But he was soon to find that Tolkien had more to offer him than the chance to learn Old Norse.
Its name is believed to be Old Norse in origin, referring to the large number of bird feathers found there.
The meaning of "memory" is shared with Old Norse, which has munr.