Female elf families are named after the names of women who fought against the Norse invaders of Iceland and Finland.
According to the Icelandic National Library, the names were chosen because they are common and feminine.
It is possible that a female elf family was named after a famous woman who died during the conquest of Iceland or after the name of a daughter of the ruler.
This is one of the more interesting names that was found in the collections of the Icelandic Library.
It has been suggested that the name Elvira may be a reference to a famous Norwegian heroine known as Elvina.
The name Elva was a warrior who led a group of women in a raid against the Vikings in the year 1040 AD.
Elvina was the name given to her by her captors.
It was probably the name that was chosen by the female warrior who fought alongside her, and was not chosen by her mother, who was a priestess.
The Viking woman named Elvish was the daughter of a Danish king.
It appears that the women in the family had a similar name.
In the same year that Elvisha was born, another female warrior named Elva also was born.
Another name of Elvya was Elvie, which means “a woman who goes on the offensive”.
The name Elvan, or Elvan the Elf, is also known as the name used by the daughter and wife of a Viking king.
The first female warriors to take up arms in Iceland were called “Elvish”.
Elvash, the wife of the first female Viking king, was also known for her fierce fighting style.
In Iceland, the name for a warrior named Víga was Elva, meaning “young warrior”.
Elva fought against Vígar and the Viking king’s men.
Elva died after being injured and her husband was left with her children, who were later named after her.
One of the female warriors who was killed during the Viking raid on Iceland was known as “Elva”.
Elvis died in battle with the Vikings, and it is said that Elva gave her life to protect her children.
Female elf names are very popular in Europe, especially in Scandinavia and Scandinavia’s northern territories.
In Germany, names such as Elva are often used.
In England, names like Elvika are also used.
The German National Archives has a list of over 600 female warrior names.
It seems that names such the female elf and elf are not unusual in Germanic cultures.
It also seems that the names may be related to the name Elfen and the names Elva.
Women in Germany have also been known to give their names to their children, and this is one reason why women in Germany are known as elves.
Male elf names have been used in Europe as well, but female elf names were not always associated with male warrior names or the female goddesses of Germany.
The Finnish people of Finland are known for their warrior women.
They have a very masculine name for the goddess of thunder, Ilva.
Ilva is often known as Sainan, and the Finnish name is Vainan.
In some Finnish cultures, names are also associated with female warriors.
The names of female warriors in the Finnish tradition were Elvisa and Vainisa.
In Sweden, Elva is sometimes known as Skår.
In Iceland, it is called Helga.
The Norse name for female warrior is Moll, which can be translated as “noble maiden”.
Female Elf Names in Scandinavians: In Scandinavia, the women of Scandinavia have been known as warriors since the beginning of recorded history.
They are known to have fought against Viking invaders in Iceland, Finland and Iceland.
Some of the women from these cultures fought against Vikings and sometimes fought alongside them.
It is also not unusual for female warriors of Scandinavias to give the names “Elves” to their offspring.
While there are no records of female elf warriors, there are many female warriors from the Finnish tribe of Skár, which is also called the Skávarka.
The Skávs are from the Skalarpään (Slovak) and Skápän-Ävälän, or “women of the sea”.
Skárs are known mainly for their seafaring exploits.
During the Viking raids in Iceland and the early years of the Viking invasion, the Skavarks were known as Njord (Sea Elves).
It is said they were known for being fearless and brave.
There are many different ways to name elves.
The most common way is to name them after their wives.
However, some elves are also named after other Norse gods or goddesses.
In Denmark, the family of Njords is known as Dansk.
The word “Dansk” comes from the Old Norse word “derks”, which means to be fierce. N