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Is it Andvaranaut or Andvarinaut? - User:Olivier

The customary spelling is Andvarinaut, although there are about (as usual) 20 alternative spellings of it... user:sjc

That's incorrect. The genitive of Andvari is Andvara, so Andvaranaut means "Andvari's gift" (or whatever naut really means). (talk) 19:15, 8 December 2013 (UTC)