Lesser known Norse Goddesses in Norse Mythology 2017-06-04T09:35:42+00:00

Lesser known Goddesses in
Norse mythology

Eir: Peace, Clemency, Help, or Mercy:

She is a Goddess and or a Valkyrie she is associated with the medical skill.

Fulla: Bountiful or Volla:

Fulla is wearing a golden snood and she is the maiden of Frigg, she is tending to the footwear and the boxes of Frigg, but she is also her trusted messenger and Fulla also knows all the secrets of Frigg, because Frigg trust her with everything.

Hlin: Protectress:

She also runs errands in other worlds for Frigg, she sents Hlin, when there was something or someone she wanted to protect.

ilmr:

She is a Goddess, but not much is known about her.

Irpa:

She is a Goddess, but not much is known about her.

Lofn: The Comforter, The Mild

Lofn is one the daughters of the dwarf Hreidmar. She had one sister Lyngheid and 3 brothers Fafnir, Regin and Otr. Lofn means “the comforter”, “the mild”, or “loving”. Lofn is gentle in manner and an arranger of marriages, if they had been forbidden.

Nanna:

Nanna is married to Baldr; and the mother of Forseti. Nanna died of grief after the dead of Baldr, the Gods then placed her on the boat with Baldr and set it on fire.

Njörun:

She is a Goddess, and may represent earth.

Rind:

Rind is the daughter of Billing “King of the Ruthenians”. Rind and Odin have a son named Vali.

Saga: Seeress

Saga is a Goddess she lives at Sökkvakkr “Sunken Bank”, “Sunken Bench” or “Treasure Bank” in Asgard.

Sjofn:

She is a Goddess and very eager to turn people’s minds, both men and women into lovemaking.

Snotra: Clever

She is associated with wisdom, and is very smart.

Syn: Refusal

Syn is the guardian for Frigg’s great hall, Sessrumnir. Syn is also a Goddess associated with defensive refusal.

Thrud: Strength or Power

Thrud may or may not have be a Valkyrie, but there is a Valkyrie with the name Thrud. Thrud is the daughter of Thor and Sif. She is the half-sister to Magni and Modi.

Var: Pledge or Beloved

Var is a Goddess associated with oaths between men and women. Var will also punish those, who broke their vows.

Vor: The Careful one

Vor is very wise and she searched out all things so nothing was hidden from her. Vor also has a the gift of providence, and of preparing well for the future.