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  1. Vetni or Vatnsefni
  2. Helín
  3. Litín or Liþín
  4. Beryllín
  5. Bór
  6. Kolefni
  7. Nitur or Köfnunarefni
  8. Súrefni or Ildi
  9. Flúr
  10. Neon
  11. Natur or Natrín
  12. Magnín or Magnesín
  13. Ál
  14. Kísill
  15. Fosfór
  16. Brennisteinn
  17. Klór
  18. Argon
  19. Kalín
  20. Kalsín
  21. Skandín
  22. Titan
  23. Vanadín
  24. Króm
  25. Mangan
  26. Járn
  27. Kóbalt
  28. Nikull
  29. Kopar or Eir
  30. Sink
  31. Gallín
  32. German
  33. Arsen
  34. Selen
  35. Bróm
  36. Krypton
  37. Rúbidín
  38. Strontín
  39. Yttrín
  40. Sirkon
  41. Nióbín
  42. Mólýbden
  43. Teknetín
  44. Rúten
  45. Ródín
  46. Palladín
  47. Silfur
  48. Kadmín
  49. Indín
  50. Tin
  51. Antímon
  52. Tellúr
  53. Joð
  54. Xenon
  55. Sesín
  56. Barín
  57. Lantan or Lanþan
  58. Serín
  59. Praseódým
  60. Neodým
  61. Prómetín or Prómeþín
  62. Samarín
  63. Evropín
  64. Gadólín
  65. Terbín
  66. Dysprósín
  67. Holmín
  68. Erbín
  69. Túlín
  70. Ytterbín
  71. Lútesín
  72. Hafnín
  73. Tantal
  74. Þungsteinn or Volfram
  75. Renín
  76. Osmín
  77. Iridín
  78. Platína
  79. Gull
  80. Kvikasilfur
  81. Þallín
  82. Blý
  83. Bismút
  84. Pólon
  85. Astat
  86. Radon
  87. Fransín
  88. Radín
  89. Aktín
  90. Þórín
  91. Protaktín
  92. Úran
  93. Neptún
  94. Plúton
  95. Ameríkín
  96. Kúrín
  97. Berkelín
  98. Kalifornín
  99. Einsteinín
  100. Fermín
  101. Mendelevín
  102. Nóbelín
  103. Lárensín

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#110-118
Source: Thorsteinn Sæmundsson. "Nöfn frumefnanna", Almanak Þjóðfélagsins, 95, 1969, 130-146. & Orðaskrá um eðlisfræði og skyldar greinar. Reykjavík: Heimskringla, 1996 (sent to me by Jef Braekmans, 27 April 2000).

Haukur Hreinsson wrote me: The -ín ending is something some language committee came up with one day. Real people use -íum (try a web search for each version). Real people also don't use the name ildi for Oxygen. "natur""" for sodium and "magnín" for magnesium are completely alien to me. I suspect it's that committee again. "natríum" and "magnesíum" are the common names,

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