No problem. Also, I think I might have been a bit hasty in saying the Norse had no name for Great Britain as a whole. When you'll download the map, you'll notice the name "Bretland" hanging from Wales, but when I google-translated "Wales" into any of the Scandinavian languages there was no difference at all. It's probably pronounced differently in each tongue, but "Wales" being spelled the same in all of them is a strong clue the name's modern form might have started out as a Norse bastardization of the Old English "Wealas". In other words, Bretland might actually be the Norse name of Britain.