The Vikings are a Scandinavian people of merchants, warriors and sailors who played an important role in the history of the early Middle Ages. The Vikings are considered to be the ancestors of the modern inhabitants of Norway, Denmark and Sweden.
The names of the Vikings come from Scandinavian legends or the names of totem animals. The Vikings were very fond of giving each other nicknames. This was not considered a manifestation of familiarity, often the nickname of the Viking became part of his official name. For example, Ragnar Leather Pants. The Vikings did not have surnames. They used patronymics, which were the father's name + the ending indicating the gender. The ending “son” (son) was added to male patronymics, and “dottir” (daughter) was added to female patronymics.
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