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By calling him God of the Vanir, or Kinsman of the Vanir, or Wane, Father of Freyr
and Freyja, God of Wealth-Bestowal. So says Thordr Sjareksson : Gudrun's self
by ill Her sons did kill; The wise God-bride At the Wane's side Grieved; men tell ...
How should one periphrase FreyrfThus: by calling him Son of Njordr, Brother of
Freyja, and also God of Vanir, and Kinsman of the Vanir, and Wane, and God of
the Fertile Season, and God of Wealth-Gifts. Thus sang Egill Skallagrimsson : For
Thus: by calling her Daughter of Njordr, Sister of Freyr, Wife of Odr, Mother of
Hnoss, Possessor of the Slain, of Sessrumnir, of the Gib-Cats, and of Brisinga-
men ; Goddess of the Vanir, Lady of the Vanir, Goddess Beautiful in Tears,
Goddess of ...
... struggle stern, gave to me The courage-stalwart daughter Of the Vana-Bride,
my fair axe; The valorous sword-mote's Ruler Led Gefn's girl to the Skald's bed,
Set with the sea-flame's gold-work. Here she is called Gefn and Bride of the Vanir
Nipingr, a dwarf, 26. Niz, the river Nissan in Sweden, 229. Njall of the Burning, an
Icelandic skald and lawyer of the tenth century, 219. NjOrdr, reckoned among the
JEsir, but originally of the Vanir, 36,48, 89, 92, 1 11, 112, 129, 143. Noah, 3.
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