Að unni “To get a girl”, this magical stave is used by a man in love to gain the affections of the object of his desires.
Helm of Awe (or Helm of Terror); to induce fear, protect the warrior, and prevail in battle.
Angurgapi Carved on the ends of barrels to prevent leaking.
Brýnslustafir For use on
Draumstafir To dream of unfulfilled desires.
Dreprún To kill an enemy's cattle.
fertility rune. 
Gapaldur Two staves, kept in the shoes, gapaldur under the heel of the right foot and ginfaxi under the toes of the left foot, to magically ensure victory in bouts of Icelandic
wrestling ( glíma).
Hólastafur To open hills.
Kaupaloki To prosper in trade and business.
Lásabrjótur To open a lock without a key.
Lukkustafir Whoever carries this symbol with them encounters no evil, neither on the sea nor on the land.
Máladeilan To win in
Nábrókarstafur A stave used when making necropants (
), a pair of trousers made from the skin of a dead man that are capable of producing an endless supply of money. nábrók 
Skelkunarstafur To make your enemies afraid.
(A similar looking stave is titled  Óttastafur in the Huld Manuscript.)
Rosahringur minni A lesser circle of protection.
Smjörhnútur Butterknot, to find out if butter was made using milk stolen by a
Stafur gegn galdri Staves against witchcraft.
Stafur til að vekja upp draug To invoke ghosts and evil spirits.
Þjófastafur For use against thieves.
Tóustefna To ward off
Varnarstafur Valdemars Valdemar's Protection Stave; increases favor and happiness.
Vatnahlífir Protection against drowning.
Vegvísir To guide people through rough weather.
Veiðistafur For luck in fishing.