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INDEX

Adam and Eve, 3.

Atlils, legendary king of Sweden
(the Eadgils of Beowulf'), 170-
17*, 212.

Africa, 5.

Agdir, on the southwest coast of
Norway, 207.

Age of Gold, 25.

Ai, a dwarf, 27.

Aleifr(OlafrPa), Icelandic chief-
tain of the tenth-eleventh cen-
tury, 106.

Alfheimr, abode of the Light-
Elves, j 1.

Alfr, a dwarf, 27.

Alfodr, 34. See Allfather.

Ali or Vali, son of Odin and
Rindr, 41, 114.

Ali, legendary king of Norway,
slain by Adils, 170, 171, 212.

Allfather (Odin), 15, 22, 25, 27,

31, 4*, 43, 4«. 5*. 97-
All-Strong, Sun's horse, 23.
Alsvidr. See All-Strong.
AU'vinnsmdl, one of the poems

of the Elder Edda, 213, 224.
Althjofr, a dwarf, 26.
Alvig, wife of Halfdan the Old,

228-230.
Amlodi, 140." Amlodi's Churn"

( = the sea), 140.
Amsvartnir, a lake, 44.
Andhrimnir, 50.
Andlangr,thesecond heaven, 32.

Andvari, a dwarf, 26, 151, 152.

Andvari's Yield, 156.

Angles, 197.

Angrboda, a giantess, 42.

Annarr, second husband of
Night, 22.

Apli, an ox, 213.

Apostles, 194.

Arfr, an ox, 213.

Arfuni, an ox, 213.

Arnorr Earls' Skald, poet of the
eleventh century, 97, 134-136,
180, 181, 196, 198, 201,209,
216, 218, 223, 226, 231, 232.

Arvakr. See Early-Wake.

Asa-Thor, 59, 64, 65, 85, 116.

Asgard, abode of the JEsiv, cita-
del of the gods, 14, 15, 2i, 22,
25.74,83. 89-91,96,107,109,
116, 143, 145, 146.

Asgrimr, an Icelandic skald, 141.

Asia, 5, 8, 9.

Askr ("Ash"?), according to
pagan tradition the first cre-
ated man, 21.

Aslaug, daughter of Sigurdr Faf-
nisbani and Gudrun, 159.

Asynjur, the goddesses corre-
sponding to the male^Esir, 33,
45. 48. 89, 129, 143.

Athra or Annarr, 7.

Atli, son of Budli, brother of
Brynhildr, and second husband
of Gudrun, 156,157,212, 230.

Atli, a skald, 223.

Atridror Atridi, a name of Odin,
34, an.

Audi, a name of Odin, 230.

Audr, son of Naglfari and Night,
22, 136, 137.

Audumla,thecow that nourished
Ymir, 18, 19.

Augustus Caesar, 161.

Aurboda, a giantess, mother of
Gerdr, 48.

Aurnir, a giant, 165.

Aurvandill, 118, 119. "Aurvan-
dill's Toe," a star, 119.

Aurvangar, 27.

Austri, a dwarf, 26, 133, 134.

Awful Winter, the winter pre-
ceding Ragnarok, 77.

Ijafurr, a dwarf, 26.

Baldr or Beldeg, son of Odin, 8,
28, 36, 41, 7i-75, 83, 9*. 100,
in, 114, 115, 11-9, 129, 174.
"Baldr's Brow," a plant, 36.

Baleygr, a name of Odin, 34.

Barrey, 49.

Baugi, a giant, brother of Sut-

tungr. 94. 95-
Bedvig, 7.
Beigudr, one of Hrolfr Kraki's

berserks, 171.
Beimar, 233.

Beimuni, a legendary king, 233.
Beldeg. See Baldr.
Beli, a giant slain by Freyr, 49,

81, 112, 120, 211.

Bergelmir, ancestor of the Rime-
Giants, 19.
Bersi, an Icelandic skald of the

eleventh century, 181.
Best la, mother of Odin, Vili, and

Ve,i9.
Biflindi, a name of Odin, 34.
Bifrost, bridge of the ^Esir, 24,

25, 28,40, 53, 79.
Bifurr, a dwarf, 26.
Bikki (=Sibicho), JOrmunrek-

kr's faithless counsellor, 158.
Bil and Hjuki, the children who

follow the moon's course (cf.

Jill and Jack), 23, 47.
Bileygr, a name of Odin, 34.
Bilskirnir, Thor's hall, 35, 107,

109.
Bjaf or Bjarr, 7.
Bjarkamdl, poem attributed to

Bjarki, the warrior-skald of

Hrolfr Kraki, 173.
Bjarr, 212.
Bjorn, 212.

Black-Elves. See Dark-Elves.
Blakkr, a horse, 211.
Blodughadda, a daughter of the

sea-god jEgir, 219.
Blodughofi, a horse, 211.
Bodn, a vat, 93-95, 103, 105.
Borr, father of Odin, Vili, and

Ve, 19-21, 103.
Bragi, the god of poesy, 39, 53,

»9. 92. 94. 96. 99. 1'3, "5.
121, 130.
Bragi, a Norwegian skald of the

Bolverkr, a name of Odin, as-
sumed by him on his visit to
Hnitbjorg, 34, 95 f

Bolverkr, an Icelandic skald of
the eleventh century, son of
Arnorr, 218.

Bomburr, a dwarf, 26.

VjHrIST, 161, 194-197.

Constantinople, 197.

Creation: Hebrew tradition, 3;

Teutonic pagan tradition, 16-

26.

ninth century, 13, 103, 107-

109, 143, 144, 150, 159, 160,

185, 189, 221.
Bragi, son of Halfdan the Old,

legendary king, 230.
Bragi the Old, legendary king,

203.
Bragnings, the dynasty of Bragi

Halfdanarson, 230, 231.
Brandr, 8.
Breidablik, the abode of Baldr,

31, 36.
Brimir, a hall, 82.
Brisinga-men, Freyja's necklace,

46, 113, 114, 129, 132.
Brokkr, a dwarf, 145.
Brunnakr's brook, 132.
Brynhildr, 155, 156. See Hildr.
Budli, son of Halfdan, father of

Atli and Brynhildr, 156, 230.
Budlungs, the dynasty of Budli,

230, 231.
Bui, 183.
Buri, primogenitor of the gods,

19, 103.
Buseyra, i11.
Byleistr, brother of Loki, 41, 80,

114.
Bylgja, a daughter of JEgW, 219.
Byrgir, 23.
Bodvar-Bjarki, one of Hrolfr

Kraki's berserks, 171.
Bodvarr the Halt, an Icelandic

skald of the twelfth century,

134. [19.

Bolthorn, a giant, father of Bestla,

Uagr, 211.

Dagr, son of Halfdan, 230.

Damn, a dwarf, 26.

Dainn, a hart, 29, 210.

Dainsleif, HSgni's sword, 189.

Dalarr, a hart, 210.

Dalr, a hart, 210.

Danes, 8, 234.

Dark-Elves, 31, 43.

Day, 136.

Day, god of the day, 22.

Dayspring, third husband of

Night, and father of Day,

22.
Denmark, 9, 13, 161, 169, 199,

230.
Dolgthvari, a dwarf, 26.
Dori, a dwarf, 26.
Draupnir, a dwarf, 26.
Draupnir, Odin's gold ring, 73,

74, i". '34, '43. 14^. H7.
174.

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Drofn, a daughter of ^Egir,

219.
Dromi, a fetter, 43.
Drosull, a horse, 211.
Dufa, a daughter of JEgir, 219.
Dufr, a dwarf, 26.
Duneyrr, a hart, 29, 210.
Durathror, a hart, 29, 210.
Durinn, a dwarf, 26.
Dvalinn, a dwarf, 26, 104, 211.
Dvalinn, a hart, 29, 210.
Doglings, a {Swedish dynasty,

230, 231.

Jzlarly-wake, Sun's horse, 23,
212.

East, a dwarf, 20.

Egil) Skallagrimsson, an Ice-
landic skald of the tenth cen-
tury, 100, 104, 112, 142, 169,
209, 217, 228.

Egill Volusteinsson, an Icelandic
skald, son of Volu-Steinn, y.i,.,
106.

Eikin, a river, 52.

Eikinskjaldi, a dwarf, 27.

Eikthyrni, a hart in Valhall,

Eilifr Gudrunarson, an Icelandic

skald (c. 1000), 105,108, 109,

123, 194.
Eilifr Kulnasveinn, a skald, 195,

196.
Einarr Skulason, an Icelandic

skald, i 39, 140,148,169,175,

196, 214, 219.

Einarr Tinkling-Scale, an Ice-
landic skald of the tenth cen-
tury, 103-105, 175, 176, 182-
184, 187, 193, 203, 205, 207,
209, 214, 215, 217, 218, 220-
223, 230, 231.

Einherjar, Odin's Champions,

48. S3-

Einridi, 7.

Einridi, a name of Thor, 121.

Eirikr, son of Earl Hakon the
Mighty, 205.

Eirikr the Wise-in-Speech, 230.

Eiriksmal, a poem on Eirikr
Blood-axe, 102.

Eldhrimnir, a kettle, 50.

Elfin-Beam, the sun, 84.

Ella, 129.

Elli ("Old Age"), 65-67.

Elves, 29, 31, 32, 80, 96.

Embla (" Maple" ?), the first cre-
ated woman, 21.

Enea. See Europa.

England, 9, 104, 197, 199.

Erpr, one of Gudrun's three sons
by Jonakr, 158-160.

Erringar-Steinn, a skald, 191.

Europa or Enea, Europe, 5.

Ey-Gotaland, 234.

Eyjolfr the Valiant Skald, an Ice-
landic poet of the early eleventh
century, 194, 208.

Eylimi, maternal grandfather of
Sigurdrthe Volsung, 153,230.

Eymundr, a king of Holmgardr,
228.

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Eysteinn Valdason, an Icelandic
skald of the tenth century,
108.

Eyvindr Skald-Despoiler, a Nor-
wegian skald of the tenth cen-
tury, 98-100, 102, 105, 106,
112, 136, 148, 172, 181, 188,
197, 205, 228.

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Fafnir, brother of Otter,

154, 174, 2I3-
Fakr, a horse, 211,
Falhofnir, a horse, 28, 211.
Fair, a dwarf, 27.
Farbauti the giant, father of

Loki, 41, 114.
Farmatyr ("God of Cargoes"),

a name of Odin, 34.
Fearful-Tusk, Freyr's boar, 73,

113.
Fenja, one of the two giantesses

who turned the stones of the

mill Grotti for King Frodi,

162-169, 174.
Fenris-Wolf or Fenrir, 24, 39,

42"4S, 50. 78-81. 83, 84, 101,

113,114.
Fensalir, Frigg's abode, 45, 71,

129.
Fidr, a dwarf, 27.
Fili, a dwarf, 26.
Fimbulthul, a river, 16, 52.
Finland, 217.
Finn, 7.
Fire-Kindler, one of ^Egir's

thralls, 144.

Five-Finger, one of

thralls, 144.
Fjalarr, a dwarf, 93.
Fjolnir, a legendary Swedish

king, 162.
Fjolnir, a name of Odin, 34.
Fjolsvidr, a name of Odin, 34.
Fjorgvin or Fjorgynn, Frigg's

mother, 22, 129, 208.
Form, a river, 16, 52.
Fjorsvartnir, Night's horse, 212.
F61kvangar,Freyja'sdwelling,38.
Fornjotr, father of the Wind, 141.
Forseti,son of Baldr,41, 89, i11.
Franangr-Falls, 75.
Frankland (Franconia, or all the

territory occupied by the

Franks), 8.
Franks, the, 230.
Freki, one of Odin's wolves, 50,

Fre6vin, 8.

Freyja, daughter of Njordr, 38,

46. 54. 73. 89. 91, '"-"3.

116, 128, 129, 143, 148-150,

184,187.
Freyr, son of Njordr, 38, 48-50,

56. 73. 79. 81, 89, in, 112,

129, 143, 146, 147, 149.
Friallaf or Fridleifr, 7, 8.
Fridleifr, 161, 162.
Frigg or Frigida, wife of Odin, 7,

". 33.45-47. 71-74, 81, 89,

99. i". "4, I21. I29. 136.

'43-
Frjodigar or Frodi, 8.

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