3: Hlíf Áskelsdóttir -New Household Name & New Badge
OSCAR finds the name registered exactly as it appears in October of 2014, via An Tir.
Sveit um grœnn ormar
Per pale Or and argent, a caldera gringolada gule the serpent vert.
Client requests authenticity for Old norse or Anglo-Saxon.
Meaning (company of the green serpents in Old Norse, if it must be in English, so be it.) most important.
Previous name change in the system to Hlíf Angarsdóttir.
Sveit - f genitive singualr sveitar, nominative plural sveitir, group, band, team using in lieu of "company" since I did not find any evidence of an equivalent in Old Norse. Company taking its roots from Old French.
um - I have found various example of "um" being translated to "of" in the eddur. Specifically Vouspa. Stanza 1 "Old tales I remember of men long ago." Translates to "pau er frenst um man" And Stanza 2 "I remember yet the giants of yore" translate of "Ek man jotna ar um borna"
Grœnn -Adjective (comparative groenni, superlative groenstr) green, fresh. From Proto-Germanic "grdniz ("green"). Also, in Voluspa Stanza 4 "And green was the ground with growing leeks." translates to pa var grum grund groin groenum lauki"
Ormar - noun m (genitive orms, plural ormar) snake, serpent. "The Viking Lady" website also states the definition of Ormar while documents the male names "Orman" Found in Old Danish and Old Swedish as Ormar, occurs in OW: Norse as Ormarr. The first element Orm- is from OW. Norse ommr "dragon, worm, serpent." For the second element -arr see above. Runic examples include the nominative case forms ormar, urmar and the accusative case form urmar. A short form of masculine name in Orm- or derived from the masculine name OrmR is Ormi. pp 345, 350, CV ppp 443 468-469 s.v. maerr, ormr, NR s.nn. Ormarr, -arr, Ormi"