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But this woman was of the kin of the ^sj*^. she was named Gefjun. She took from
the north, out of Jotunheim, four oxen which were the sons of a certain giant and
herself, and set them before the plow. And the plow cut so wide and so deep that
The fourth is Gefjun: she is a virgin, and they that die maidens attend her. The fifth
is Fulla: she also is a maid, and goes with loose tresses and a golden band about
her head ; she bears the ashen coffer of Frigg, and has charge over her ...
... twelve jEsir who were appointed to be judges; these were their names: Thor,
Njordr, Freyr, Tyr, Heimdallr, Bragi, Vidarr, Vali, Ullr, Hoenir, Forseti, Loki; and in
like manner the Asynjur: Frigg, Freyja, Gefjun, Idunn, Gerdr,Sigyn, Fulla, Nanna.
First came Odin and Njordr, Freyr, T^r, Bragi, Vidarr, Loki; likewise the Asynjur:
Frigg, Freyja, Gefjun, Skadi, Idunn, Sif. Thor was not there, having gone into the
eastern lands to slay trolls. When the gods had sat down in their places, ...
Gefjun, one of the Asynjur, 1 3, 46, 89, 143. Gefn, a name of Freyja, 46, 149.
GeirahOd, a Valkyr, 48. GeirrOdr, a giant, 33, 107, no, 114, 121-124. Geirvimul, a
river, 52. Geitir, 191. Gelgja, a chain, 45. Gerdr, wife of Freyr, 48, 49, 89. Geri, one
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