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In Norse mythology, Freyja (/ˈfreɪə/; Old Norse for "(the) Lady") is a goddess…

the norns in old norse mythology

The Norns (Old Norse: norn, plural: nornir) in Norse mythology are female beings who ruled the destiny of gods and men, and are comparable to the Fates in Greek mythology.

In Norse mythology, Eir (Old Norse "help, mercy"[1]) is a goddess and/or valkyrie associated with medical skill. Eir is attested in the Poetic Edda, compiled in the 13th century from earlier traditional sources; the Prose Edda, written in the 13th century by Snorri Sturluson; and in skaldic poetry, including a runic inscription from Bergen, Norway from around 1300.

Menglöð sits with the nine maidens, including Eir, on Lyfjaberg by Lorenz Frølich.

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Women of the Norse Pantheon Hail to Eir, gentle goddess, best of all doctors, cooler of fierce fevers, mender of s.

Eir - Goddess of Healing

Eir - Goddess of Healing - Norrøn mytologi

Goddess Arianrhod- Goddess of the Silver Wheel (full moon), fate, the turning of the wheel/year.

Lilith - Beth Hansen © wyrdhaven (no link) In Hebrew legend, Lilith is Adam's first wife. She refused to have sex with him because she did not want to be beneath him. Her name means "Screech Owl" or "Night Creature".

LOKI'S MOTHER: Laufey, or Nál, consort of Farbauti. Nál means “needle”; according to Sörla þáttr, Laufey was also called this because she was “both slender and weak.” The meaning of Laufey is less clear but is generally taken to be “full of leaves”; as Fárbauti means “dangerous hitter,” there is a possible nature mythological interpretation with lightning hitting the leaves or needles of a tree to give rise to fire. Therefore Loki is born of Fire, which is both life keeping and life…

Laufey or Nál is a figure from Norse mythology, the mother of Loki and consort of Farbauti. Eddic poetry refers to Loki by the matronym Loki Laufeyjarson. Nál means “needle”; according to Sörla þáttr, Laufey was also called this because she was “both.

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Eir, goddess of healing in the nordic mythology goddess Eir