Alda: smooth hill or mountain

Austur: east

Á: river

Barmur: ridge

Blá(r): blue

Brandur (gen. Brands): male name

Gil: gorge or canyon

Dalur: walley

Fell: hill or mountain

Fjall: mountain

Foss: waterfall

Frosti: male name

Há(r) (plur. háu): high (big) or loud

Háls: hill, usually a long one

Hellir: cave

Hnaus: clod

Hnúkur: peak

Hraun: lava

Hver: spring og boiler

Höfði: high point of land (lit. cape)

Jökull: glacier

Kvísl: confluent

Land: land or country (here it refers to the name of the community, Landsveit)

Laug (plur. Laugar): spring or warm pool

Leið: way

Litli/litla: little, low, small

Ljótur: ugly

Menn (gen. manna): men, people (belonging to men)

Námur: old version of the word “náma”, meaning mine

Norður: north

Pollur: pool, puddle

Rauður: red

Reykur (gen. reykja): smoke or steam

Stóri/stóra: big

Suður: south

Torfi: male name

Vað: fort

Vatn: lake og water

Vegur: road or path

Vestur: west