Haraldur is a Modern Icelandic or Faroese form, though. Old Norse would be Haraldr. As for Mjólkar, I suppose it might just work, barely, if we take Mjólkarr (with two r's) as a humorous pun on Gunnarr, Ingvarr or similar names, and mjólk.Snowthorn said:Mr.Milker said:I'd sign up with the vikings, as Mjólkar (? best I could do).
Mjólkar is more of a nickname/title of sorts I believe. I'd suggest you find a more traditional name and then add "Mjólkar" as a nickname. I'll give you an example:
In this case Haraldur is the name and hárfagri (the one with fair hair) is the additional nickname.