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Hrymr, a giant, helmsman of

Naglfar, 78-80.
Hrasvelgr, a giant, 32.
HrOnn, a river, 52.
HrOnn, a daughter of ./55gir, 219.
Hugi, 62,63, 67. Huginn, one of

Odin's ravens, 51, 214.
Hugstari, a dwarf, 26.
Husdrapa, a poem by Ulfr Ugga-

son, i11, 113, 115.
Hvergelmir, the wellspring of the

Mist-World, 16, 27, 29, 52,

82.
Hvirserkr the Stern,one of Hrolfr

Kraki's berserks, 171.
Hymir, a giant, 68-70, 110, 132.
Hyrr, an ox, 212.
Hyrrokkin, a giantess, 73, 111.
Hoefir, a horse, 212.
Hoenir, one of the .flisir, 37, 89,

114, 132, 133, 150.
Hodr, the blind god, and slayer

of Baldr, 40, 71, 72, 83, i11,

114.
HOgni, brother of Gunnarr,

i55-157. 18*-
HOgni, father of Hildr, 188-190,

194, 201, 212.
Holgi, father of Thorgerdr Hcl-

gabrudr, 173.
Holl, a river, 52.
Holvir, a horse, 212.
HOrdland in Norway, 198.
Horn, a name of Freyja, 46,

149.
HOrr, a dwarf, 26.

mythological

Ice-waves, a

river, 17, 18.
Ida-Field or Ida-Plain, 25, 83.
Idi, a giant, 92, 124, 165, 174.
Idunn, wife of the god Bragi and

guardian of the apples of

youth, 39, 89-91, 113, 114,

129, 130, 132, 143.
Illugi, an Icelandic skald of the

eleventh century, 209.
Ingi Haraldsson, Norwegian

king (d. 1161), 134,
Ingvi-Freyr, 132. See Freyr.
"Inlaying," 191.
Ironwood, a forest, 24.
Ironwpod-Women, 24.
Itermann, 7.
Ivaldi, a dwarf, father of Brokkr

and Sindri, 56, 145.

Jafnharr, poetic name for
Odin, 15-18, 20, 27, 33, 34,57.

Jalangr's Heath, 161.

Jalkr, a name of Odin, 34.

Jarizleifr, a Russian king, 1016-
1054, 202.

Jarnsaxa, a giantess, 118, 129,
215.

jat, 7.

Jerusalem, 194, 197.

Jom, 227.

Jonakr, third husband of Gudnin,

158, 161.
Jor, a horse, 211.
Jordan, 194, 196.
Jorunn, a poetess, 231.

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Jutland. See Reidgothland.

Jofurr, a son of Halfdan the Old,
228, 229.

J6rd, daughter of Night and
of Annarr, wife of Odin, and
mother of Thor, 2 2,48,107 F.,
119, 127, 129, 134.

Jormungandr. See Midgard Ser-
pent.

Jormunrekkr ( = Ermanarich),
King of the Goths, fourth cen-
tury, 158-161.

Jbruplain, 27.

Jotunheim, the abode of the
giants, 13, 22, 25, 42, 54, 55,
58,72, 80, 91, 115-117, "9,
132.

¥±Si.FyisA, *n.

Keila, 11 o.

Kerlaugs, the, two rivers, 28.

Kertr, a horse, 212.

Kili, a dwarf, 26.

Kjalarr, a name of Odin, 34.

Kjallandi, 110.

Kjarr, 230.

Knui, 166.

Knutr, 136.

Kormakr, an Icelandic skald of

the tenth century, 100, 102,

179, 186, 201, 204, 205.
Kvasir, wisest of the gods, 76,

93, 94, 103, 106.
Kolga, a daughter of -ffigir,

219.
KSrmt, a river, 28.

L

Aufey or Nal, mother of

Loki, 41, 114.
Leidi, 111.
Leifi, 160.
Leikn, no.
Leiptr, a river, 16.
Lettfeti, a horse, 28, 210.
Lif and Lifthrasir, the sole hu-
man survivors of Surtr's Fire,

83.
Light-Elves, 31, 32.
Listi, 129.

Litr, a dwarf, 26, 73.
Lofdar, 230, 232, 233.
Lofdi, a son of Halfdan the Old,

230.
Lofdungs, the dynasty of Lofdi,

230, 232.
Lofh, one of the Asynjur, M.
Logi, 62, 67.
Loki or Loptr, the sly god (Loki

Laufeyarson), 33,41 ff., 54, 55,

57. 58. fi2, 67, 7i, 75 ff-. 85.
89-92,113-115,121-124,131-

133, I+3-H7. 150-152-
Lora, wife of Duke Lorikus of

Thrace, 6.
Loridi, son of Thor and Sif, 7.
Lorikus of Thrace, foster-father

of Thor, 6.
Lovarr, a dwarf, 27.
Lund, in Sweden, 175.
Lungr, a horse, 210.
Luir, in.

Lyngvi, an island, 44.
Laedingr, a fetter, 43.
Laeradr, a tree in Valhall, 51.
Logr, the Malar in Sweden, 13.

Magi, 7.

Magni, son of Thor and Jarn-
saxa, 83, 107, 108, 11S.

Magnus, 222.

Man, the Isle of, 203, 218.

Mini, a skald, 193.

Mardoll, a name of Freyja, 46,
174.

Markus, an Icelandic skald (c.
1100), 135,192,195,222,226,
228, 229, 232.

Marr, a horse, 210.

Mary, the Virgin, 195.

Mediterranean Sea, 5.

Meili, Thor's brother, 119, 131,
134.

Meinthjofr, 211.

Menja, a giantess, 162 ff. See
Fenja.

Mennon, Trojan king, son-in-
law of Priam and father of
Thor, 6.

Michael, the Archangel, 136.

Midgard, the citadel prepared by
the gods for human habitation,
". 24. 53. 54. fi8. Si, 107.

Midgard Serpent, 42, 67-70, 78-
81, 83, 107, 114.

Mimir, the wise giant, who guards
the well of wisdom, 27, 79, 80,
101.

Mimir's Well, the source of wis-
dom, 27, 79.

Mist, a Valkyr, 48.
Mistletoe, 71, 72, 114.
Mist-World, 16.
Mjodvitnir, a dwarf, 26.
Mjollnir, Thor's hammer, 35, 55,

57, 60, 73, 83, 107, 118, 121.
Moda, 7.
Modgudr, the maiden who

guards Gjoll's Bridge, 73.
Modi, a son of Thor, 83, 107.
Modnir, a horse, 211.
Modrodnir, a hart, 210.
Modsognir, a dwarf, 26.
Moran, a serpent, 30, 213.
Mona. See Man, the Isle of.
Moon, the Moon-god, 23.
Moon-Hound, a wolf, 24.
Mor, a horse, 210.
Morginn ("Morn"), 212.
Mundilfari, father of Sun and

Moon, 23, 140.
Muninn, one of Odin's ravens,

51, 214, 215.
Munon. See Mennon.
Miispell, the Region of Fire, 16,

24, 25. 5°, 56, 78-8°-
Muspellheim, 17, 20, 23. See

Miispell.
Mysingr, a pirate, 162.
Mokkurkalfi, 117, 118.

JN Aglfar, the ship of Miispell,

56, 78, 80.
Naglfari, husband of Night, 22.
Nainn, a dwarf, 26.
Nal. See Laufey.

Nanna, Baldr's wife, 41, 73, 74,

89, in, 129.
Nar, a dwarf, 26.
Nari or Narfi, son of Loki and

Sigyn, 42.77. "4-
Nastrand, 82.
Nefir, a son of Halfdan the Old,

230.
Nep, Nanna's father, 41, 73.
Nid,a river emptyingintoTrond-

hjem Bay, 223.
Nida Fells, 82.
NidhOggr, the serpent that gnaws

the root of Yggdrasill, 27, 29,

30, 213.
Nidi, a dwarf, 26.
Niflheim, the Mist-World, 17,

27, 42.
Niflhel, the Misty Hell, 55.
Niflungs, 155, 157, 174, 230.
Night, 136.
Night, the goddess of the night,

22.
Nikarr, a name of Odin, 15.
Nikudr, a name of Odin, 15.
Nipingr, a dwarf, 26.
Niz, the river Nissan in Sweden,

229.
Njall of the Burning, an Ice-
landic skald and lawyer of the

tenth century, 219.
NjOrdr, reckoned among the

./Esir, but originally of the

Vanir, 36,48, 89, 92, i11, 112,

129, 143.
Noah, 3. Noah's Ark, 3.

Noatiin, NjOrdr's abode, 36 f,

92.
Nordri, a dwarf, 26, 133. See

North.
NorJrsetudrapa,* poem by Sveinn,

141.
Nori, a dwarf, 26.
Norns: the three Norns, the Ger-
manic Fates, 28-30, 143; the

minor norns, 29.
North, a dwarf, 20.
Norway, settled by Odin, 9;

mentioned, 170,188, 199, 218,

226, 233.
Nyi, a dwarf, 26.
Nyr, a dwarf, 26.
Nyradr, a dwarf, 26.
Nyt, a river, 52.
Nflnn, a river, 52.
NOrfi or Narfi, a giant, father of

Night, 22.
Not, a river, 152.

Win or Voden, son of Friar
laf or Fridleifr, 7; migrates
from Turkland to the North,

7-9-
Odin (to be identified with the
above), son of Borr and Bestla,
and supreme deity of the pa-
gan Scandinavians, 19, 27, 28,
3'. 33, 36. 38. 45.48. 50-53.
72-75. 79-8'. 89. 92. 94-1°7.
109, i11, 113-116, 118-120,
124, 127-129, 131, 132, 136,
'37. '43. 145. H6. i49-'5*>

161, 180-183, 186, 190, 206,
^ 214, 218, 225, 226, 233, 234.
Odr, Freyja's husband, 46, 55,

129, 148.
Odrerir, a kettle, 93-95, 103,

105, 106.
Ofnir, a serpent, 30, 213.
Oinn, a dwarf, 26.
6k61nir, a hall, 82.
Olafr, 184.
Olafr the Holy, King of Norway

1015-1030, 225.
Oleifr, King of Sweden (d. 1024),

207.
Omi, a name of Odin, 34.
Onarr, 136, 201.
Onarr, a dwarf, 26.
Ori, a dwarf, 26.
Orkneys, 188.
OrmrBarrey's-Skald,apoet, 134,

138.
Ormr Steinth6rsson, an Icelandic

skald of the eleventh century,

104, 106, 141, 178, 220.
Orun, 174.

Oski, a name of Odin, 34.
Ottarr the Swarthy, an Icelandic

skald of the eleventh century,

176, 180, 200, 206, 207, 215,

220, 221, 226, 228, 229, 232.
Otter, son of Hreidmarr, 143,

150-152.

"10 of the Swedes, the gold
ring of King Adils, 171, 172.
Priam, King of Troy, 6.

Xvadgri'dr, a Valkyr, 48.
Radsvidr, a dwarf, 26.
Ragnarr Lodbrbk, Danish king

and sea-rover, 160, 161, 190.
Ragnarr Lodbr6k's Song of

Praise, 189.
Ran, wife of the sea-god ^Egir,

137, '39, I44, 219-
Randgridr, a Valkyr, 48.
Randver, son of King JOrmun-

rekkr, 158, 160.
RatatOskr, squirrel of Yggdrasill,

29-

Rati, an auger, 95.

Raudr, an ox, 212.

Raumar, 223.

Raven-God, a title of Odin, 51,
98.

Refill, Reginn's sword, 153.

Refr, an Icelandic skald of the
eleventh century, 98, 101, 104,
138, 180, 185, 187, 193, 217,
218, 220.

Reginleif, a Valkyr, 48.

Reginn, son of Hreidmarr, bro-
ther of Fafnir, and fosterer of
Sigurdr, 151-154.

Reidgothland (Jutland, 8), 234.

Reid-Gotaland. See Reidgoth-
land.

Reifnir, 190.

Rekinn, an ox, 212.

Rekkr, a dwarf, 26.

Rerir, 8.

Rhine, the German river, 157,
'74, 175-

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