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Definition of the noun aegir
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- a high wave (often dangerous) caused by tidal flow (as by colliding tidal currents or in a narrow estuary)
Aegir a.k.a. Ægir is a sea giant, god of the ocean and king of the sea creatures in Norse mythology. He is also known for hosting elaborate parties for the gods.
- also known as 埃吉爾
Aegir is a musical group.
- album: "Frostnatt"
Aegir or Saturn XXXVI is a natural satellite of Saturn. Its discovery was announced by Scott S. Sheppard, David C. Jewitt, Jan Kleyna, and Brian G. Marsden on May 4, 2005, from observations taken between December 12, 2004, and March 11, 2005.
- also known as Saturn XXXVI
Phrases with Aegir
- Aegir Frigidus
- Species Aegir Frigidus
- Lingula Aegir
- Xyleborus Aegir
- Ambrosiodmus Aegir
- Species Lingula Aegir
- Species Xyleborus Aegir
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The Raven's Ring Pin (2004)
by John Anacker
"Mjollnir is the most mighty weapon under the sky, Loki is an Aesir god, Aegir is the Lord of all oceans, and we are the sworn representatives of Odin , the ...
Port Infrastructure Finance (2014)
by Hilde Meersman, Eddy Van de Voorde, Thierry Vanelslander
Aegir is a pioneer property consultancy specialising in meeting the unique real estate challenges faced by ports and related maritime industries. This is accomplished through practical, market-driven real estate strategies engineered to ...
Omens of the Millennium by D. L. Burt
AEGIR Norse mythology. Aegir is the Ruler of the Sea.
Our Ancestors (2016)
A Journey through the Generations by Rowena Strittmatter
Aegir is a sea ...
by Thomas Carlyle
Aegir is the wealthiest of the giants. to the things about them ; a face-to-face and heart-to- 26 LECTURES ON ...
by Charles Russell Coulter, Patricia Turner
Aegir Aeger (Norse; Teutonic) ...
by Michael Jordan
AEGIR (water) ORIGIN Icelandic (Nordic). God of the ocean. KNOWN PERIOD OF WORSHIP Viking period (circa AD 700) but probably earlier, through to Chris- tianization (circa AD 1100). SYNONYMS none known. CENTER(S) OF CULT ...
by Gudmundur Halfdanarson
NordfjOrd, BjOrn AEgir. “ Icelandic Cinema: Practice in a Global Context.” Dissertation, University of Iowa, 2005. Ragnarsson, Hje'ilmar H. A Short History of Icelandic Music to the Beginning of ...
by Donker Van Heel
Aegir Norse sea god to whom sailors taken prisoner were sacrificed. Aelia capitolina The name of Jerusalem after the city was.
by Rodney Dale
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An Encyclopedia by Spencer C. Tucker
Adjunct Professor Hawaii Pacific University Dirk Steffen Director, AEGIR Security Solutions Ltd Tohmatsu Haruo Professor Tamagawa University Japan H. P. Willmott Independent Scholar This page intentionally left blank Laborde, jean joseph, ...
by Elizabeth Knowles
Aegir in Scandinavian mythology, ...
by Nigel West
205 Adolf Vinnen, 336 AEGIR, 7 AEGIS, ...
Crossword Puzzle Dictionary (1988)
by Nila Gott
BALDER, FORSETI pleasure _ BES poetry _ BRAN, BRAGI procreation _ MIN, KANE, TANE prosperity _ FREY, JESSIS rain _ INDRA ridicule _ MOMUS seas _ LER, AEGIR, TRITON, NEPTUNE, PROTEUS, POSEIDON sky _ ANU, TIU, TIW, ...
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Scrabble value of A1E1G2I1R1
The value of this 5-letter word is 6 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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