Steinunn’s Týra

Steinunn’s Týra – Welpe 5  – female
Here at the age of 6 weeks

Icelandic Icelandic Names
Origin and Meaning

Icelandic and Faroese spelling of Tyra

Icelandic Old Norse

1) Younger form of Þýrví
2) Younger form of Þyríðr (see Þúríðr)

Old Norse

Old Norse variant form of Þórví
Combination of ÞOR and VI
Proto-Norse: þónr = ‚thunder‘
Old Norse: þórr = ‚thunder‘
Old Norse:
vé = ‚home‘, ‚temple‘, ’sanctuary‘
vé = ‚devoted‘, ‚dedicated‘
vīgja = ‚to consecrate‘ (in heathen sense)
vígja = ‚to consecrate‘ (in heathen sense)

Old Norse variant form of Þórfríðr [1] [2] [3]
Combination of ÞOR and FRÍÐ
Proto-Norse: þónr = ‚thunder‘
Old Norse: þórr = ‚thunder‘
Old Norse: fríðr = ‚beautiful‘, originally ‚beloved‘
fríðr = ‚beautiful‘, ‚good‘, ‚alive‘, ‚peaceful‘, ’safe‘
fridhr = ‚beautiful‘
fríða = ‚to make beautiful‘, ‚to decorate‘, ‚to love‘



1) Ljós, ljóstíra.
2) Kleiner Lichtstrahl.

Anzahl in WorldFengur registrierter Pferde mit dem Namen Týra: 323

Light Red/ Creme 

Hind paws with double dewclaws
Birthweight 322 gram