Síðhöttur, one of Óðins 108 names, means in Icelandic: the one wearing a wide-brimmed hat or hood, but and in Sanskrit: he who has perfection as a goal.
Gangleri in Icelandic he who walks a lot, in Sanskrit a wave of wisdom from the river of knowledge (Ganga symbolized) gangalahari.
Each name of Óðinn has a meaning in context with the message of the poem or myth in which it occurs. And all names, concepts, epithets convey a meaning.
The very name Óðinn is from Sanskrit: warrior, yodhin योधिन्
See Keshava Deva Shastri and C.A.Holmboe for Sanskrit origin of names and concepts in Norse mythology.
Same Siddhartha – Óðin´s names on Youtube