1: Emundr Ríksson - New Name & New Device
Azure, a swallow volant bendwise Or, a bordure argent
Submitter desires a masculine name.
Culture (Old Norse) most important.
Emundr: Emunder(Eymundr) Eiriksson (820-859) King of the Swedes -- Heimskringla "the Norse Kings Saga" written by Snorri
Sturlasson ~1230 Emundr Olafson Emundr Ringson
Also found in Geirr Bassi Haraldsson. The Old Norse Name. Studia Marklandica I. Olney, MD: Markland Medieval Militia. 1977. page 9 s.nn. Emundi, Emundr.
Ríksson: Old Norse patronymic of Ríkr.
From the Viking answer lady:
Ríkarðr, Ríkharðr: The first element Rík- is from the OW.Norse adjective ríkr (from Germanic *ríkia-) "mighty, distinguished, rich." For the second element -harðr see above.
Ríkhvatr: For the first element Rík- see above. For the second element -hvatr see above. Occurs in the nominative case form rikatr.
Ríki: Found in Old Danish as Riki (also found as a by-name), occurs in Old Swedish as the by-name Rike and in OW.Norse as the by-name Ríki. In some cases, Ríki appears as a short form of masculine names in Rík-, but when found in Runic Swedish names the name element may formed instead from the OW.Norse adjective ríkr "mighty, distinguished, rich." Occurs in the nominative case form riki in U438: "Þróndr and Ríki and Guðrún, these brothers had this stone raised in memory of Brúni, their father. May God help his soul."
Ríkólfr: Found in Old Danish Rikulf, Old Swedish Rikolf, OW.Norse Ríkólfr. For the first element Rík- see above. For the second element -ólfr see above. Occurs in the nominative case form [rikulfR] in Og139# "Ríkólfr had this monument made in memory of Gerðarr, his father. May God help (his) spirit ..."
RíkR: May be found in Old Danish as Righer, also found as the by-name Rik. Occurs in Old Swedish as the by-name Rik. From the OW.Norse adjective ríkr (from Germanic *ríkia-) "mighty, distinguished, rich." Runic examples include the nominative case forms rikr, r(in)kr, though these may instead represent the names
Ríkviðr: Found in Old Swedish as Rikvidh. For the first element Rík- see above. For the second element -viðr see above. Runic examples include the nominative case forms rikuiþr (3 instances), [rikuiþr].