Group A runes were most common in Viking Age Denmark
Old Norse Gunni (m.)
Gunni is a short form of Old Norse personal names in Gunn– from Old Norse gunnr, guðr ‘battle’. The personal name is very common throughout areas of the Viking diaspora and occurs in several place-names including three in Normandy. Gunni is also found in Danish and Swedish runic inscriptions.
Gunni is the first element in three Lincolnshire place-names: Gunness, Gunby, and Gunthorpe.