Brynja (pr. brin-yah) is an Old Norse female name meaning "armor; coat of mail", derived from Proto-Germanic *brunjǭ (breastplate). Origin: Proto-Germanic Male forms: Brynju  



Origin: Old Norse Meaning: a contracted form of Ráđúlfr, an Ancient Scandinavian name meaning "wolf counsel" or "counsel wolf" from Old Norse elements ráđ (counsel) and úlfr (wolf). A masculine given name as well as surname, in British English it's pronounced as Rayf while in American English it is Ralf. Variants: Ráđúlfr (Ancient Scandinavian) Radulf (Germanic) Ralf (German, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, English) … Continue reading Ralph