[Heralds] Yet another name question
C. L. Ward
gunnora at vikinganswerlady.org
Fri May 4 05:37:39 PDT 2001
In Old Norse, you might see a proper name, Úlfr, combined with a byname
prepended. Two examples of this from the literature are Kveldúlfr
(Twilight-Úlfr, so-called because he was most active in the evenings and the
rumor had it that he was actually a werewolf) and Þórólfr, who was named
Úlfr at birth, but had the name of the god tacked onto the name when he was
dedicated to Thorr.
It may be my knee-jerk reaction, but when I see names like "silverwolf" or
"Old Wolf" or "Wise Wolf" etc. I think of the Lady Pixie Moonglow name
generator... or "Dances with Wolves".
From: heralds-admin at ansteorra.org [mailto:heralds-admin at ansteorra.org]On
Behalf Of Brent Ryder
Sent: Friday, May 04, 2001 7:10 AM
To: heralds at ansteorra.org
Subject: Re: [Heralds] Yet another name question
On the 'Silverwolf' question, Is there an equivalent such as 'Old Wolf',
'Wise Wolf', or somthing along that line? It sounds more like a nickname
than a patronymic to me.
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