Ægir - (ON, sea) Ruler of the sea. Consort: Rán
Andhrómnir - (ON, the one exposed to soot) Cook of the gods.
Auðhumbla - (ON, (meaning is unclear)) The Nurturer.
Aurvandil - (ON, possible meaning the morning star) A minor character in the Skádskaparmál with cognates in other Germanic tales.
Baldr - (ON, meaning derived from OHG to mean lord, prince, king, used always with a genitive plural to be 'lord of men' or 'lord of warriors'; from OE and Gothic the name means 'white, good' and in Lithuanian and Latvin the name baltas and balts would be 'the white, the good')God of radiance, peace, rebirth, and justice. Consort: Nanna
Beowa - (Old English, barley) The son or grandson of Sceafa, he parallels Byggvir, which means in Old Norse grain, Byggvir is a servent of Freyr.
Bestla - (unknown meaning or language) Óðinn's mother. Consort: Borr
Bil - (ON, instant) The brother of Hjúki.
Blóðughadda - (ON, bloody hair (a reference to red sea foam)) Daugher of Ægir and Rán.
Borr - (unknown meaning or language) Father of Óðinn, Vili and Vé Consort: Bestla
Bragi - (ON, poetry) God of poetry. Consort: Iðunn
Búri - (unknown meaning or language)The first God and father of Borr.
Bylgja - (ON, billow) Daugher of Ægir and Rán.
Dagr - (ON, day) God of daytime, son of Delling and Nótt.
Dellingr - (ON, the dayspring or shinning one God of dawn and father of Dagr by Nótt.
Dröfn - (ON, foam-fleck or comber) Daugher of Ægir and Rán.
Dúfa (Bára) - (ON, the pitching one) Daugher of Ægir and Rán. She is listed also as Bára.
Eir - (ON, help or mercy) Goddess of healing.
Elli - (ON, old age) The nurse maid of Útgarða-Loki and a personification of old age.
Ēostre (Ôstara) - (Old English (Old High German), Ēostre means easter and is dervived from Proto-Germanic *austrōn which means dawn) A Goddess associated with spring and the dawn, the traditions of Easter are associated to her.
Fenrir - (ON, fen-dweller) Son of Loki and giantess Angrboda. Destined to grow too large for his bonds and devour Óðinn during the course of Ragnarök.
Forseti - (ON, the presiding one) God of justice, peace and truth. Son of Baldr and Nanna.
Freyja - (ON, lady) Goddess of fertility, wealth, love, long lost love, beauty, magic, prophecy, war, battle, and death. Consort: Óðr
Frey - (ON, lord) God of masculine virility. Consort: Gerðr> Frigg - (ON, dervied from Sanskrit priyā meaning own, dear, beloved) Goddess of marriage and motherhood. Consort: Óðinn
Fulla - (ON, possibly meaning of bountiful) Frigg's sister and handmaiden
Gefjun - (ON, meaning is disputed could mean prosperity / happiness another possible meaning is the giving one) Goddess of fertility and plough.
Gerðr - (ON, fenced-in) The wife of Freyr and a Jötunn Goddess who is the daughter of Gymir.
Gersemi - (ON, treasure) Daughter of Freyja and Óðr, sister of Hnoss.
Gná - (ON, possibly meaning of fullness) A Goddess who runs errands for Frigg.
Hefring - (ON, riser) Daugher of Ægir and Rán.
Heimdallr (Rígr)(ON, the meaning is unclear could mean one who illuminates the world) - One of the Æsir and guardian of Ásgarðr
Hel - (ON form of proto-Germanic Halja, the meaning is unknown) Goddess of the underworld, and daughter of Loki and Angrboða.
Hermóðr - (ON, unknown meaning) Óðinn's son and brother of Baldr
Himinglæva - (ON - That though which one cane see the heavens (a referrence to the transparency of water)) Daugher of Ægir and Rán.
Hjúki - (ON, possible meaning of the one returning to health) Sister of Bil.
Hlín - (ON, protectress) Goddess of consolation, often associated with Frigg and protection.
Höðr - (ON, unknown meaning) Son of Óðinn and brother of Baldr, he is blind and was a key part in Baldr's murder.
Hœnir - (ON, unknown meaning) The silent god, brother of Óðinn
Hnoss - (ON, treasure) Daughter of Freyja and Óðr sister of Gersemi.
Hrönn - (ON, welling wave) Daugher of Ægir and Rán.
Ilmr - (ON, possibly meaning elm tree) A Goddess that may have connections to death and Valkyries.
Irpa - (ON likely derived from jarpr which means dark brown, jarpa is derived from the Proto-Germanic word erpa-) A Goddess who is the sister of Þorgerðr.
Iðunn - (ON, meaning is uncertain possible meaning is the rejuvenating one) Goddess of youth and daughter of the Elf Ivaldi. Consort: Bragi
Jörð - (ON, Earth Goddess of the Earth. Mother of Þórr
Jörmungandr - (ON, huge monster) Son of Loki and Angrboda, brother of Hel and Fenrir.
Kólga - (ON, cool wave) Daugher of Ægir and Rán.
Kvasir - (ON from Proto-Germanic kvass- which means to squeeze or crush juice or fluid from. The 'ir' portion of the name denotes the person who possesses the characteristic qualities inherent in the fluid, ie/ poetic inspiration and wisdom.God of inspiration
Lofn - (ON, possible meaning of comforter) Goddess of love
Loki - (unknown language or meaning) God of mischief, strife and fire. Often is referred to as Loptr which is the ON word for air. Consort: Sigyn
Magni - (ON, anger)Son of Thorr and Jarnsaxa
Máni - (ON, moon) God of Moon, brother of Sól.
Meili - (ON, the lovely one) Thor's brother, son of Óðinn
Mímir - (ON, the rememberer, the wise one) A Jötun seeress and guardian of the Well of Wisdom.
Moði - (ON, strong) Son of Thorr
Mundilfari - (ON, possible meaning of the one moving according to particular times) The father of Sól and Máni.
Nanna - (unknown language, meaning is uncertain could mean mother or woman, however if derived from nanþ- the meaning could be darling one.) The daughter of Nepr, married to Baldr and mother to Forseti.
Nari (Narfi) - (ON, possible meaning of narrow, demon of the dead or corpse) Son of Loki and Sigyn, killed by his brother Váli.
Nepr - (ON, unknown meaning) Son of Óðinn and father of Nanna.
Nehalennia - (unknown language, possible meaning of to kill, goddess of seafaring or the helpful goddess coming close) A Germanic Goddess with connection to the dead and seafaring. She is largely associated to dogs and baskets of fruit.
Nerthus - (Proto-Germanic, unknown meaning) A goddess mentioned by Tacitus. Nerthus'name is belived to be the Latinized word Proto-Germanic word *Nerþuz, which is a direct precursor to the ON name of Njörðr. While many scholars have noted paralles between the descriptions of Nerthus and Njörðr, Njörðr is attested to be male. However there are theories that Nerthus is the unnamed sister wife of Njörðr that is mentioned in two ON sources.
Njörðr - (Proto-Germanic & ON, unknown meaning) God of sea, wind, fish, and wealth.
Norns - (unknown language, possibly means to twine) The three goddesses of destiny; Urðr (Fate), Skuld (Being, or Future), Verðandi (Necessity, or present).
Nótt - (ON, night) Goddess of night, daughter of Nörvi and mother of Auðr, Jörð and Dagr by Naglfari, Annar and Delling, respectively. Grandmother of Thor.
Óðinn - (ON derived from Proto-Germanic *wōđanaz, meaning seer, prophet; Gothic meaning of possessed and ON meaning of mad, frantic and furious.) Lord of the Æsir. God of both wisdom and war. Consort: Frigg
Óðr - (ON, mind, soul or spirit) Freyja's husband, father of Hnoss and Gersemi.
Rán (ON, robber) - Goddess of the sea, keeper of the sea and river drowned. Mother of Himinglæva, Dúfa (Bára), Blóðughadda, Hefring, Uðr, Hrönn, Bylgja, Dröfn, and Kólga. Consort: Ægir
Rheda (Latinized from Old English *Hréðe or *Hrêða, possibly meaning the famous or the victorious) A Goddess connected to the month of Rhedmonth from Old English *Hrēþmōnaþ.
Rindr (ON, unknown meaning - She is a Jötun and mother of Vál the son of Óðin. Sága - (ON, possible meaning seeress) A goddess that resides in Sökkvabekkr.
Seaxnēat (Saxnōt) - (Seaxnēat Old English / Saxnōt Old Saxon, sword-companion) The ancestrial god of the Saxons. Has possible connections to Týr. Sif - (ON, possible meaning relation by marriage) Wife of Thor, mother of Þrúðr.
Sigyn - (ON, victorious girl-friend), Wife of Loki and mother of Nari/Narfi. Sjöfn - (unknown language, unknown meaning) Goddess of love.
Skaði - (ON, meaning is uncertain, possible meanings are to the geographical location of Scandinavia, shadow, harm and damage) Daughter of Þjazi and once married to Njörðr, she is seen as a goddess of winter and skiing.
Skírnir - (ON, bright one) Frey's friend, messenger and vassal.
Skuld - (unknown language, possibly means debt or future) One of the three goddesses of fate called Norns.
Snotra - (ON, clever) Goddess of wisdom.
Sól (Sunna) (ON, sun) - Goddess of sun, daughter of Mundilfari and sister of Máni. She is also called Álfröðull which in ON means elf-beam or elf-disc.
Syn - (ON, refusal) A goddess of defensive refusal.
Thor (Þórr, Donar) - (ON derived from Proto-Germanic *þunraz, thunder) God of thunder and battle. Consort: Sif
Þorgerðr Hǫlgabrúðr- (ON, Hölgi's bride) A Goddess associated to the family of Haakon Sigurdsson and sister of Irpa.
Þrúðr - (ON, strength) Daughter of Thor and Sif, sister of Moði and Magni.
Týr (Ziu, Tiwaz) - (ON derived from Proto-Germanic *Tiwaz, God) Original Sky Father. God of justice and balance, protection, war, honor, oaths and of soldiers. From the Sky Father the God whom shines upon us bringing life.
Ullr - (ON derived from Proto-Germanic *Wulþuz, glory God of winter, skill, hunt, and duel. Son of Sif, part-time ruler of Ásgarðr.
Urðr - (ON, fate) One of the three goddesses of fate called Norns.
Uðr - (ON, frothing wave) Daugher of Ægir and Rán.
Váli - (ON, unknown meaning) God of revenge. Loki also has a son by the same name that is turned into a wolf and kills his brother Nari.
Vár - (ON, pledge or oath) Goddess of contracts and oaths.
Vé - (ON, shrine) One of the three gods of creation. Brother of Óðinn and Vili.
Verðandi - (ON, possible meaning of present or happening) One of the three goddesses called Norns.
Víðarr - (ON, possible meaning of wide ruler) Son of Óðinn and the Giantess Gríðr.
Vili - (ON, will) One of the three gods of creation. Brother of Óðinn and Vé
Vór - (ON, possible meaning of the careful one, aware or careful) Goddess of Wisdom.
Wade - (Old English, meaning unknown) The son of King Vilkinus and a mermaid, the father of Wayland (Völundr) and grandfather to Wudga. He is possibly the father of Egil and Slagfin (Slagfiðr) the brothers of Wayland.
Ymir - (ON, possible meaning of twin or hermaphrodite) The first giant. Miðgarðr is made from his flesh.



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