или шведское или старо английское, там у него вообще все не просто так, типа как фамилии у героев Достоевского, Гоголя и Чехова
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First, a bit about the name Stark: The English/German surname Stark means “strong, brave.” As we know from reading, bravery is a primary trait of many of the Starks. In fact, it’s something that goes hand-in-hand with the honor Eddard tries to instill in his children.
Stark is also a common word in the English language meaning “harsh, grim or desolate; extremely simple or severe; bluntly or sternly plain.” The word comes from the Middle/Old English stearc (stiff, firm). It is similar to the German stark and the Old Norse sterkr (both meaning strong). This meaning fits perfectly with what we know about the House that bears the direwolf as its sigil. They are a practical family who live a rather simple life in the bleak northern castle of Winterfell.