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Hamingja: In Norse mythology, hamingja refers to two concepts; the personification of the good fortune or luck of an individual or family, and, secondly, refers to the altered appearance of shape-shifters. Both Andy Orchard and Rudolf Simek note parallels between the concept of the hamingja and the fylgja.
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The Rune Primer (2006)
A Down-to-earth Guide to the Runes by Sweyn Plowright
Hamingja. Hamingja is a Norse word perhaps best translated as “personal power ”. It is a combination of luck, skill, and success, both earned and inherited. It is sometimes spoken of as a kind of subtle body, and has even been associated with ...
Teutonic Mythology (2012)
by Jacob Grimm, James Steven Stallybrass
Hamingja means luck, Fornm.
Druids v2 (eBook) (2014)
by G.L. Vough
"Hamingja is a mystery, "Ayellann began, continuing, ...
by Robert L. Schreiwer, Ammerili Eckhart
es Glick ** Hamingja, Luck Repository of luck and personal power accumulated throughout one's life. die Leich Lich Lyke/Lich Physical body. der Folyer, die Folyern Fetch, Fæcce Fetch Guardian spirit. Journeyer. ** Although some ...
by Claude Lecouteux
HAMINGJA: This word designates a tutelary spirit that ...
by Gertrude Jobes
Hamingja (good) Hermes (good) Hotel (good) Jurojin ...
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Scrabble value of H4A1M3I1N1G2J8A1
The value of this 8-letter word is 21 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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