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Definition of the noun aesir
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- (Norse mythology) the chief of gods living at Asgard
Alternative definition of the noun aesir
- The chief gods of pagan Scandinavia.
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by Charles Russell Coulter, Patricia Turner
see Aesir. Aesar (B) (Celtic, Irish) Also known as: Aesus,Asus (Roman), Dia, Logh. Aesar is thought tobean ancient creator god or god ...
by Manfred Lurker
Aesir) In Norse mythology, the race of gods inhabiting Asgard were called the Aesir. The name comes from Old Norse ass = stake, beam, and this might suggest that the oldest representations of these gods were carved stakes. At the head of ...
by Michael Jordan
AESIR ORIGIN Icelandic (Nordic). The major race of sky gods in Norse religion. KNOWN PERIOD OF WORSHIP Viking period (circa AD 700) but developed earlier, until Christian- ization (circa AD 1100) and in some instances beyond.
by Bruno Becchio, Johannes P. Schadé
Aesir The collective term used in Norse literature for the Germanic pantheon (12 in number). More strictly, it stands for the majority group among gods which includes Odin, Thor, Balder, Tyr, Heimdall and Loki, who share a common origin.
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