Awesome site! I especially like the way they're promoting the Old English language!
"Wodgar"? Is that Anglo-Saxon name's meaning: "crazy spear"? :) I love the dithematic names of the medieval Anglo-Saxons.
"fury spear" works better. Have you taken an Anglo-Saxon name for yourself?
Þunoring, "thundering"? I like that! If you'd like me to attempt to anagram an Anglo-Saxon name for you out of your actual name, you're welcome to either private message me a scramble of your first/middle/last name, or post the scramble here. I ask people to scramble their names for privacy.
Here you go, Chad:
Aylrath: meaning "noble wisdom," from the Anglo-Saxon name elements ayl ("noble") and rath ("wisdom").
Dracony: that which pertains to dragons.
Oops! I've been brushing up on my very rusty Anglo-Saxon this morning, and I see I got the meaning of your byname wrong. Would this be the correct meaning for Þunoring: "son of Thunor/Thor"?
I just discovered that the "-ing" suffix on a name sometimes means "son of." I love this language.