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Hyglac is an early Germanic personal name, known through northern Europe, Scandinavia and Anglo-Saxon England. It derives from Proto-Germanic *Hugilaikaz, from *hugjaną "courage" (see the name Hugh) + -laikaz ("ritual").[1]

The following people are known by the name:


  1. ^ Peterson, Lena (2007). "Lexikon över urnordiska personnamn". Swedish Institute for Language and Folklore. p. 39. (Lexicon of Nordic Personal Names Before the 8th Century).
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