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AEsir
AEsir [AE]"sir, n. pl. [Icel., pl. of [=a]ss god.] In the old Norse mythology, the gods Odin, Thor, Loki, Balder, Frigg, and the others. Their home was called Asgard.

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- The Æsir /ˈaɪsɪər/ are the gods of the prin****l pantheon in Norse religion. They include Odin, Frigg, Hother, Thor, Baldr and Týr. The second Norse pantheon...
- Norse mythology, the Æsir–Vanir War was a conflict between two groups of deities that ultimately resulted in the unification of the Æsir and the Vanir into...
- gods (the other being the Æsir) and are the namesake of the location Vanaheimr (Old Norse "Home of the Vanir"). After the Æsir–Vanir War, the Vanir became...
- the Horses of the Æsir are ridden by the gods. They are mentioned in the Poetic Edda and the Prose Edda. The horses of the Æsir are listed twice. The...
- Asgard (Old Norse: Ásgarðr; “Enclosure of the Aesir”) is a location ****ociated with gods. It is depicted in a multitude of Old Norse sagas and mythological...
- the Æsir and the Vanir. The Æsir are primarily gods of war and dominate the latter, who are gods of fertility and wealth. The chief god of the Æsir was...
- mythology, renowned for his knowledge and wisdom, who is beheaded during the Æsir-Vanir War. Afterward, the god Odin carries around Mímir's head and it recites...
- mythology. Portra**** as a jötunn (giant), Ægir is also a frequent host of the Æsir (gods). In the Poetic Edda, Ægir has a wife, Rán, with whom he has begotten...
- the gods, Odin asks Vafþrúðnir "from where Njörðr came to the sons of the Æsir," that Njörðr rules over quite a lot of temples and hörgrs (a type of Germanic...
- Cloak of Aesir is a collection of science fiction stories by American writer John W. Campbell, Jr.. It was published in 1952 by Shasta Publishers in an...
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