Steinunn’s Wíkingur Flóki

Steinunn’s Wíkingur Flóki – Welpe 1  – male

Steinunn’s Wíkingur is a gorgeous chap and is determined to follow in his father’s footsteps.
He has all characteristics of Isdalur’s Dađri/Dadri

Icelandic Icelandic Names
Origin and Meaning

Icelandic younger form of VíkingR (see also -ingur)

Old Norse

Old Norse variant form of VíkingR

VIK with an -ingR-ending:
VíkingR is the Old Norse word for the Scandinavian warriors, who raided and often settled in territories of northwest Europe from the 8th to the 11th century
The word derives from the Old Norse word vík = ‚bay, inlet, small creek‘, referring either to their home fjords from which they came or to the creeks in which they landed to carry out their plundering.
Another (less certain) theory links it with the Old English word wíc = ‚dwelling, camp‘, referring to the encampments that they set up in the territories where they landed.

1) Old Norse flóki = ‚tuft of hair‘, ‚flock‘ (of felt, hair, wool etc.)
2) Old Norse flóki = ‚outspoken, enterprising man


1) Norrænn sjóræningi
2) Wikinger
Anzahl in WorldFengur registrierter Pferde mit dem Namen Víkingur: 513

1) Flækja, ullarflóki
2) Verwickelt, verknoteter Bündel
3) Tangle.  Felt.  Dark cloud

Anzahl in WorldFengur registrierter Pferde mit dem Namen Flóki: 323

Light Red/Creme,
white paws, white chest, white belly

Hind paws with double dewclaws
Birthweight 362 gram

Here at the age of 3 weeks


Here at the age of 4 weeks

Here at the age of 5 weeks

Here at the age of 7 weeks