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Hundorp is a village in the Gudbrand Valley, Norway. The administrative centre of Sør-Fron, Oppland, Hundorp was also the centre of the petty kingdom of the Gudbrand Valley and as such important in religion and politics. Dale-Gudbrand's farm, the farm once populated by the ancient ruler Dale-Gudbrand, is the millennium site of Oppland.
The Norse form of the name was Hundþorp. The first element is hundr 'dog, hound, the last element is þorp 'village'. The name is probably reflecting the fact that this was a village of dog-breeding.
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