Since people normally don’t have last names in Iceland, how does one normally refer to one's extended family in Icelandic? For example, in English, if a person's last name is “Packard”, you can use it to refer to this person's extended family in contexts such as: The Packards were one of the first families to settle in this region. There will be a Packard family reunion at the park this weekend. How would you express this sort of meaning in Icelandic? The closest equivalent I can think of would be something like Sturlungar, which is the name of an extended family (but not a last name like "Packard", etc.) – however, I don’t know how common such names are in modern Iceland. Let me know if I can clarify my question (I realize that it might be more of a cultural question than a linguistic one). Thanks!