> --- In cybalist@..., "Piotr Gasiorowski" <gpiotr@...> wrote:[snip]
> *Iggvars fits pefectly as well. I'm not sure about E Scandinavian
> form, but if it cointains -n- (something like Ingv-) it should be
> banned immediately - it had to yield Old Russian **E,gorI, Russ.
> **JagorI - nonexistent forms. Besides, Old Russian IgorI and
> were consistently treated as being different (one prince of thesame
> family at the same time could bear the name of IgorI, whileanother -
> IngUvarI). Two different sources?I thought Gothic -gg- should be read -ng- as in Greek? AFAIK "Iggvar"