Wayland

Wayland is a Germanic given name, from wela "battle" and, nand "brave", corresponding to German Wieland, Scandinavian Völund/Vølund. It may refer to:

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Wayland Historic District
... Wayland Historic District is a historic district roughly bounded by Arlington and Laurel Avenues, Weymouth Street, Blackstone Boulevard, Butler Avenue, Angell and South Angell Streets surrounding Wayland ...
List Of Star Wars Planets (W–Z)
... Wayland first appeared in Timothy Zahn's Heir to the Empire novel ... Wayland was also home to the insane clone of the Jedi Master Joruus C'Baoth ... Wayland is the homeworld for the Psadan and the Myneirshi ...
Böðvildr - Þiðrekssaga
... Wayland sailed to Denmark in a hollowed tree and eventually arrived to Jutland, where king Niðung was reigning ... Wayland was soon challenged by Niðung's smith Amilias ... Amilias forged a suit of armour and Wayland a sword, Mímung, with which he easily killed his rival ...
Böðvildr - Völundarkviða
... In Völundarkviða, she appears when her father Níðuðr has captured Wayland, and she receives from her father a gold ring that the smith had made for his lost Valkyrie lover ... Wayland is hamstrung and put to work in her father's smity ... Wayland has revenge by murdering her brothers and hiding them in the smithy ...
Wayland, Ohio
... Wayland is an unincorporated community in western Paris Township, Portage County, Ohio, United States ... in the nineteenth century, when it was a stop on the Pennsylvania and Ohio Canal, Wayland was called "Cyclone." However, the name was changed, as it ...