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Blutwlfin
Tuesday, November 15th, 2005, 12:21 PM
Gods, Giants and other creatures

Baldr - Balder, Palter, Paltar, Phol - Son of Wodan and Frija, husband to Nanda

Bolthorn - Balthorn - Father of Bezzia

Borr - Mannus, Paru - Son of Tuisto

Bragi - Brego - Son of Wodan, husband to Idhunn

Buri - Tuisto, Tuisco, Poro - First being Odhumbal licked out of the ice

Farbauti - Forniotr, Forneot, Firnz - Locho's father

Forseti - Fosite, Forsizo - Son of Balder and Nanda

Freyr, Ingvi Freyr - Fr, Ing, Ingo Fro - Son of Nirdu, brother of Fruw

Heimdallr, Heimallr, Hallinskidhi - Heimo - Son of Eger's daughters, the waves

Hermo - Herimuot - Son of Wodan

Hor, Hodhur, Hod - Hadu - Blind God that killed Balder

Loki - Locho, Loho - Son of Laufey and Forneot

Mani - Mano - Son of Mondilfaro, drives the chariot of the moon

Mimir - Mimi - Brother of Bezzia. Wisest of the Ases.

Mndilfari, Mundilfari - Mundilfaro - Father of Sunna and Manno

Njr, Nirr, Njord - Nirdu - Father of Fro and Fruw

Oinn, Othinn, Odin - Wodan, Wuotan, Wotan, Irmin - Son of Mannus, father to many, including Donar and Balder

Rig - Iring - Heimo in human form

Surt - Swart - "The Black" Guardian of Muspilliheim

Thor, rr, sa-rr - Donar, Thunar, Thunor, unar - Son of Wodan, husband to Sibba

Tr, Tiw, Tiwaz, Thius - Ziu, Zio - Son of Hymir

V, Veh, Weh - Wih, Ingo - Son of Mannus, brother of Wodan and Wili

Vidar, Viar - Widar - Son of Wodan and Grida. Slays Fenrir at Reginorahha.

Vili - Wili, Willo, Isco - Son of Mannus, brother of Wodan and Wih

Wade - Wado - Father of Weland the smith, son of Wachilt

Weyland, Volund - Weland - Son of Wado, father of Witugouwo

Ymir - rgelmir, Urgelmir - The first being, from his body the universe was created

gir (Hlr) - Eger, Aki - Son of Miskorblindi, husband to Rahanna

Goddesses, Giantesses and other creatures

Auumbla, Audhumbla - Odhumbal - The Divine cow

Bestla - Bezzia - Mannu's wife, Wodan's mother

Eir - ra - Goddess of healing

Embla - Emila - The first woman

Freyja, Freya - Vrouwe, Vrauwe, Fruw, Frw, Fr, Walburga Frouwa (Hreda) - Daughter of Nirdu, sister of Fro, mother to Gersema and Hnoss

Frigga - Frija, Friia, Frikka, Frikkia, Fricg - Daughter of Fjorgynn, wife of Wodan, mother of Balder

Fulla - Folla, Uolla, Abundia - Maiden and sister of Frija

Gefjun - Geban - Goddess of unmarried girls

Ger, Gera - Garta - Daughter of Gymir, wife of Fro

Gersimi - Gersema - Daughter of Fruw

Grir, Gridr - Grida - Mother of Vidhar

Hel - Hella, Hellia - Daughter of Loki

Hnoss - Hnoss - Daughter of Fruw

Hulda - Holda, Holle, Berchta, Perchta, Perahta - Goddess of Life, of seasons and fertility

Idun, Idhunn - Ostara, Estre - Goddess of youth and immortality

Jr, Fjorgyn - Erda - Mother Earth, Mother to Donar

Nanna - Nanda - Daughter of Nepr and Sunna, wife of Balder, mother of Fosite

Nerthus - Nirda, Nerthus - Sister of Nirdu, mother of Fro and Fruw

Ran - Rahanna - Wife of Eger

Rind - Rinda, Rinta - Mother of Vali by Wodan

Saga - Saga - "Seeress", Goddes that drinks with Wodan

Sif - Sibba, Sippia - Wife of Donar, mother of Thrudhr

Sindgund - Sindgund, Sinthgund - Sister of Sunna

Skadi, Skai - Scata - Daughter of Thjazi, wife of Nirdu

Skuld - Scult, Scyld, Wilbet - A Norn; That which should become

Snotra - Snozar, Snotar - Wise and courteous Goddess

Sol, Sunna - Sunna - Daughter of Mundilfaro, drives the chariot of the sun.

Syn - Sunia - Guardian of the halls entrances

Urr, Urd - Wurt, Wurdh, Ainbet, Einbet - A Norn; That which has become.

Var - Uara, Wara - Goddess of oaths and marriage

Verandi, Verdandi - Werdanda, Worbet, Barbet - A Norn; That which is becoming.

Wachilt - Wachilt - Mother of Wado, maiden of the waves

Zisa - Zisa - Wife of Ziu


Other names, deities, term and creatures appearing in connection with the Gods

Aesir - Asen, Ases, ses - Tribe of deities

lfr, lfr, Ljslfr - Alp - Elf

lfar, lfar, Ljslfar - Alp - Elfs

lfheimr, Ljosslfheimr - Alpaheim - Lands of the Elfs, 1 of the 9 worlds

Altari - Altari, Kotapetti - Altar, "God's bed, God's table"

Ari - Aro - Eagle

Asgarr, Asgarth, Asaheim - Ensigart - Lands of the Asen, 1 of the 9 worlds

Bamr - Boum, Poum - Tree

Band - Bant - Bonds

Bjarg, Berg - Brg, Prg - Mountain

Bl - Bluot, Pluot - Blood

Blta, Bltan, Blan, Bla - Pluozan - To sacrifice, to offer

Bltmar, Blmar - Pluostrari - Sacrificial priest

Dsir, Idis - Itis - Female spirits

Draugr - Gitroc - Undead, ghost, spirit

Draumr - Troura - Dream

Drttinn - Truhtn - Lord, Chief, Leader

Dvergr, Svartlfr - Tuerc - Dwarf, black-elf

Egg - Ecka - Edge

Einherjar - Einheri - The slain, the army of Reginorahha

Eir - Er - Honour

Eir - Eidburt - Oath

Eljan - Ellian, Ellan - Courage

Fri, Frith - Fridu - Peace, Protection, Love

Frr - Fiur, Fuir, Vuir - Fire

Fey (ON: Feigr) - Feigi - Being close to death, being "Fey"

Galdr - Kalstar - Runic magic, enchantments

Garr - Gart - Enclosed space, fenced, garden, yard

Gna - Gnan - To gape, yawn

Ginnugagap - Gigentigruba - The void

Glasheimr - Glatheim - Home of Wodan, holds Walhalla

Goi - Harugari, Gujan - Priest

Gyja - Gyjan - Priestess

Heidinn - Heidan, Heidin - Heathen

Heill - Heil - Whole, unhurt

Heilsa - Heilazen - To say hail, greet

Heilsan - Heilazunga - Greeting, salutation

Helvti, Hel, Helgarr, Helheim - Hellaheim, Hellawz - Lands of the dead, 1 of the 9 worlds

Heimr - Heim - Home, homeland, village

Hof, V - Haruc, Wih - Temple, Holy place

Jtunn, Jotnar - zan - Giants

Jtunheimr - zanheim - Lands of the Giants, 1 of the 9 worlds

Likh - Lp, Lb - Body (alive)

Ljslfr, lfr, lfr - Alp - Elf

Ljslfar, lfar, lfar - Alp - Elfs

Ljosslfheimr, lfheimr - Alpaheim - Lands of the Elfs, 1 of the 9 worlds

Logi - Lohjan, Lhen - Burning flame, fire

Lgrettu-mar - wart - Lawspeaker

Migar, Migarr, Midgarth - Mittengart, Mittigart - Lands of man, earth, 1 of the 9 worlds

Mimir's Well - Mimesbrunno - The well of wisdom

Muspell - Muspilli - Fire

Muspellheimr - Muspilliheim - Lands of the Fire Giants, 1 of the 9 worlds

Nifl - Nebul, Nepol, Nebel - Mist, fog

Niflheim - Nebulheim - "The Dark Icy World", 1 of the 9 worlds

Niflhel - NebulHella - Lowest and darkest part of Hellawz, said to be where most evil people go

Nornir, Norns - Wurt, Norni - The weavers of Wurt

rlg - Urlac, Urlag - Reaction from one's actions

Ragnark - Reginorahha, Godotuom - The end of times, the end of the cycle.

Sl - Sla - Soul

Spkona, Spkona - Hgzusa, Wtegestre, Zauparar - Seerers, Witch, female magic practitioner

Spmar, Spmar - Wzago, Wtega, Zaupari - Seer, male magic practitioner

Scp - Giscapu - All that was created

Seir, Sp, Sp - Zouber, Zauber - Magic, Soothsaying

Skld, Skald - Sgalto - Poet, artist

Svartlfar, Dvergar - Tuerc - Dwarves, black-elfs

Savrtlfheimr - Tuercheim - Lands of the Tuerc, 1 of the 9 world

Sn - Gisiuni - real shape or form, touchable

Trr - Tr - Fame, glory

Tr - Triuwa - Faith, religious belief

Valhll, Valhalla - Valhalla, Walhalla, Walahalla - Halls of the slain, Wodan's hall

Valkyrs, Valkyrjar, Valmeyjar - Walachurirun, Walkre - Battle-Maidens, Wodan's Maidens

Vanaheim - Waanheim, Wanenheim - Lands of the Wanen, 1 of the 9 worlds

Vanir - Vanen, Wanen, Wanes - Tribe of deities

V, Hof - Hauruc, Wih - Temple, Holy place, grove

Vin, vina, win - Trt, Drt, Friunt, Vrinut - Friend

Vitki - Wzago - Wizard, runemagician

Vlva - Forasagin, Vala, Walawa, Wala - Seeress

Vttir - Wiht, Wicht - Spirits. Often of objects and places. Example: Landwichten; spirits of the land (ON Landvttir)

Wyrd, Vrd, Urd - Wurt, Wurd - Fate

ing - Thing, Ding - A meeting; to hold a meeting

inghs - Thinghs - Meeting hall, Meeting house

j - Deot - The people, nation

sir - Asen, Ases, ses - Tribe of deities

ttblkr - Cnuosles - Lineage, family

ttingl - Mg - Mgin - Kinsman - Kinswoman

Crownshelm
Friday, December 30th, 2005, 07:30 PM
Einherjar - Einheri - The slain, the army of Reginorahha
I've never seen it written "Reginorahha" (assuming this is Ragnarok), why is the spelling of Reginorahha different?

Blutwlfin
Friday, December 30th, 2005, 07:52 PM
It's the West Germanic term for Ragnarkr. See also Godotuom.

Crownshelm
Monday, January 2nd, 2006, 07:50 AM
Do you know which specific dialect?