Originally Posted by emmarose
i thought that's what "lund" meant...
This unusual name is of Norse-Viking origin from the pre 10th century. 'Lunt, Lund, and Lound' are primarily locational surnames from one of the various places, which occur in different parts of the North and East Anglia. They all derive their names from the Old Norse word "hundr", or the Old Swedish "lunder", meaning a grove or a copse. The Coat of Arms has the blazon of a gyronny of eight silver and blue, a black border engrailed charged with as many plates.
From the Old Norse name Eiríkr, derived from the elements ei "ever" and ríkr "ruler". This common Norse name was first brought to England by Danish settlers during the Anglo-Saxon period.
A horrible name for a disc, surpassed only by "Lumberjack" "Submarine" and "Phlegm".