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Thoroddsen is a common Icelandic family name. It may refer to:

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Jón Thoroddsen may refer to:

Jón Skúlason Thoroddsen was an Icelandic author. He was born in Ísafjörður. His parents were sýslumaður Skúli Thoroddsen and his wife Theodora Guðmundsdóttir, who was a poet. After high school he studied law. In 1922, he published two books: Maria Magdalena and Flugur. He died in hospital after an accident.

Jón Magnússon may refer to:

Jon Jonsson, Jon Jönsson or Jón Jónsson may refer to:

Jón is an Old Norse common name still widely used in Iceland and the Faroes. According to Icelandic custom, people named Jón are generally referred to by first and middle names and those without a middle name are referred to with both first name and patronym disambiguation is required.

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Þorvaldur Thoroddsen was an Icelandic geologist and geographer.

Stefansson or Stefánsson is a surname of Icelandic origin, meaning son of Stefán. In Icelandic names, the name is not strictly a surname, but a patronymic. The name may refer to:

Bjarnason is a surname of Icelandic origin, meaning son of Bjarni. In Icelandic names, the name is not strictly a surname, but a patronymic. The name may refer to:

Helgason is a surname of Icelandic origin, meaning son of Helgi. In Icelandic names, the name is not strictly a surname, but a patronymic. The name may refer to:

Jónsdóttir is a surname of Icelandic origin, meaning daughter of Jón. In Icelandic names, the name is not strictly a surname, but a patronymic. The name refers to:

Guðmundsson is an Icelandic patronym, meaning son of Guðmundur. The name may refer to:

Árnason is a surname of Icelandic origin, meaning son of Árni. In proper Icelandic names, it would be written with the accent acute over the initial Á. In Icelandic names, it is not strictly a surname, but a patronymic. The name refers to:

Sigurðsson is a surname of Icelandic origin, meaning son of Sigurður. In Icelandic names, the name is not strictly a surname, but a patronymic.

Johannesson is a surname of Swedish or Icelandic origin, meaning son of Johannes. In Icelandic names the name is not strictly a surname, but a patronymic. In Icelandic names the name is spelled Jóhannesson, with the accent acute over the ó. The name refers to:

Þorláksson is a surname of Icelandic origin, meaning son of Þorlákur. In Icelandic names, the name is not strictly a surname, but a patronymic. The name refers to:

Kristjánsson is a surname of Icelandic origin, meaning son of Kristján. In Icelandic names, the name is not strictly a surname, but a patronymic. The name refers to:

Daníelsson or Danielsson is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:

The following lists events that happened in 1924 in Iceland.

Oddsson is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: