Lyngvi: Perhaps Lyngvi Hundingsson, known from the legend of Sigurðr Fáfnisbani ‘Slayer of Fáfnir’ (Reg prose (NK 179)), Vǫlsunga saga and Norna-Gests þáttr. Björn Sigfússon (1934, 135) connects Lyngvi with OHG Lungar lit. ‘swift’, but it is more likely to be derived from lyng n. ‘ling, heather’ (dat. sg. lyngvi). The name does not occur in skaldic kennings, but it is used in the rímur (Finnur Jónsson 1926-8: Lyngvi).