2: Eirikir Soltinn Ulfr - New Name & New Device
Per pale sable and gules in fes a wolfs head erased to sinister and a wolfs head erased inverted argent
Submitter desires a masculine name.
Meaning most important.
Geirr Bassi Hardsson. The Old Norse Name. (1977)
P.9 Eirikr 12
P.15 Ulfr 21
Diplomatarium Norvegicum - Eirikir (3 of 17 matches found)
V12 no. 7 19 marts 1285
V12 no. 41 30 Mai 1306
V12 no. 60 1 Februar 1323
A Concise Dictionary of old Icelandic (1910, 551p) by Geir T. Zoega - Soltinn (395) hungry Starving
Fire - Burial among our Germanic Forefathers, (June 1875) pg 736. Fazer's Magazine , V 2 - No 66 Newsiers
(' Soltinn Cardt Sigurdt Sunnan Ringar') 21 21 Fragment od a Bryuhild Lay, 5.
During internal commentary, further information was uncovered.
Lind col. 223 sn. Eiríkr
Eirikir, nominative case, dated 1311.
Lind Personbinamn col. 12 sn. Glufsa
Pétr gl., circa 1188.
Lind glosses the byname as "sluka, äta glupskt", something like "to devour, or be desirous of food"
col 391 sn Úlfr
Nicholaus kaupmannus dictus vlf, 1320
The November 2016 LoAR sn. Lars Gulli Bjorn (http://heraldry.sca.org/loar/2016/11/16-11lar.html#93) notes:
"...double bynames in Old Norse are permitted if both can reasonably describe the same person." If this is applicable here is somewhat doubtful, given the earliest name element is 12th century. The closest precedent I can think of, is on the June 2015 LoAR: sn. Egil Drake howd.
"Although the pattern of double bynames is found in Appendix A of SENA for Old Icelandic, and the pattern animal + head is attested in that language, neither pattern is listed for the various Scandinavian languages after c. 1100. After the Pelican decision meeting , ffride wlffsdotter documented several 12th-15th century examples of occupation + descriptive by name or occupation + descriptive byname + patronym from Norway and Iceland in Lind Personbinamn. Therefore, we can give the submitter the benefit of the doubt that other double descriptive bynames are plausible as well, but the name is not likely to be authentic for the submitter's desired place and time."