Old Norse Tóki (m.)
Tóki is either a short form of names in Þórkell or possibly a pet-form of name in Þór- ‘the god’s name Þórr’ with the addition of the suffix -ki. The name is very common in Denmark where it is found in many place-names. It possibly spread to Norway and Sweden from Denmark. It is fairly common in Sweden in the forms Toke and Tuke and in Norway from the eleventh century onwards, but it is very rare in Iceland. In Normandy it is probably found as the surname Tocque and occurs in a number of place-names there.
The personal name is also the first element in Tugby, Leicestershire.
Old Norse Name
- Viking Names
- male_name, personal-name
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Find out about Tugby, Leicestershire.
Gillian Fellows Jensen, Scandinavian Personal Names in Lincolnshire and Yorkshire. Copenhagen: Akademisk Forlag (1968), pp. 287-288, 347.
E.H. Lind, Norsk-isländska personbinamn från medeltiden. Uppsala: A.B. Lundequistska Bokhandel (1920-1921), col. 384.
E.H. Lind, Norsk-isländska dopnamn ock fingerade namn från medeltiden. Uppsala: A.B. Lundequistska Bokhandel (1915), col. 1035-1037.