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Definition of AEsir

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.

Meaning of AEsir from wikipedia

- In Old Norse, ǫ́ss (or áss, ás, plural æsir; feminine ásynja, plural ásynjur) is a member of the prin****l pantheon in Norse religion. This pantheon includes...
- 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...
- In Norse mythology the horses of the Æsir are those horses belonging to the 'gods'. The horses of the Æsir are listed twice. The Eddic poem Grímnismál...
- Frigg asks this female visitor what the Æsir are up to ****embled at the thing. The woman says that all of the Æsir are shooting at Baldr and yet he remains...
- Aesir-Asura correspondence is the relation between æsir, an Old Norse word meaning "gods" (the plural of the singular word áss "god") and ásuraḥ, a Sanskrit...
- anglicized as Vidar /ˈviːdɑːr/, Vithar, Vidarr, and Vitharr) is a god among the Æsir ****ociated with vengeance. Víðarr is described as the son of Odin and the...
- 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...
- 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...
- religion is the Icelandic Ásatrú, which translates as "allegiance to the Æsir"—the Æsir being a sub-set of deities in Norse mythology. This is more commonly...
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