This refers to his swimming match with Kiarten the icelander, in which the king was beaten.
The manager is an icelander, who has one assistant only, who keeps the books.
There is no doubt that it was collected in Iceland, and by an icelander.
Taking an icelander, by the name of Holm, as his guide, he entered Lapland.
Here the boat was lying, bales of furs for English shipment ready stowed, an icelander waiting to cast off the last rope.
For the same reason the icelander differs from the Greenlander.
She had lately lost her husband, an icelander, though she herself was a foreigner, as her speech might tell.
Signing to Snorri to open the door he left the booth, the icelander following.
The icelander was a good composer, but filled with curious ideas about Icelandic independence.
It was called in ancient days Gare-fowl, and was the Geirfugl of the icelander.
Note: Iceland proclaimed its independence from Denmark in 1944.
Note: It is a member of NATO.
Note: A unique combination of glaciers and plate tectonics has resulted in an unusual land surface, dominated by a rugged coastline, hot springs, geysers, and volcanoes.