From Latin galgulus, from galbulus, from galbus (“yellow”). Compare Romanian grangur (“oriole”), Sicilian gàjulu (“golden oriole”), Spanish gálgulo, compare also Albanian gargull.
- dark-green; black-green; color between green and black
From Old Norse gangr, from Proto-Germanic *gangaz.
gangur m (genitive singular gangs, nominative plural gangar)
- the act of walking
- movement, action, flow
- gangur tímans – the flow of time
- hallway, corridor