Ingolfr the Iambic was a Norwegian poet in the early 1400s. He wrote a verse about the game of Quidditch that showed how the game had spread to Europe.
The name Ingólfr, was derived from the name of the Germanic god Ing combined with úlfr meaning "wolf".
Iambic is likely a reference to iambic pentameter, a common poetry metre best known for its extensive use by William Shakespeare. Oddly, his only known poem is not in an iambic metre, but instead anapestic tetrameter.