Weihrauch; Old Saxon Wirec; Icel.
gala, iula, geol, gehhol, gehhel; cognate forms are Icel, jol; Dan.
It only occurs in Old English as a word borrowed from the Norse, the proper term in Old English being "theow" (peow); the Icel.
In other cases, however, they are hardly to be distinguished from spirits (the Icel.
1 The termination "wich " in English place-names often points to ancient salt manufacture - the word " wich " (creek, bay; Icel.
dormeuse; Skeat suggests a connexion with Icel.
The great bays on the west of the island (Faxafloi and Bre161fjor6r), 2 as well as the many bays on the north, which are 1 Jtikull, plural jtiklar, Icel.
Icel, their ancestor, may have been the founder of the kingdom, but nothing is known of him.
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