|Region of origin||West Germanic|
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Ingeldaz was a West Germanic name which was early borrowed into North Germanic as Ingjaldr. The name is a combination of the reinforcing prefix in- and the element *-geldaz which means "payment". It is, however, also possible that the Scandinavian form Ingjaldr is a contraction of Ingivaldr.
People having the name:
- Ingeld, who appears in e.g. Beowulf and Gesta Danorum.
- Ingjald, legendary king of Sweden.
- Ingjald Ringsson, legendary prince of Denmark in Hrólfs saga Gautrekssonar.
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