Definition of Ægir

1. Proper noun. (context: Norse mythology) A giant and king of the sea, personifying the power thereof. He is the son of Fornjótr, and the brother of Logi and Kári. He has nine daughters — the billow maidens — by his wife, Rán, namely: Bára, Blóðughadda, Bylgja, Dúfa, Hefring, Himinglæva, Hrönn, Kólga, and Unnr. ¹



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ægir

œsophagotomy
œstri
œstromania
œthel
œthels
Áed Ruad
Álfheimr
Áncá
Åland Islands
Ålanders
Århus
Æ
Æchmea
Ægean
Ægeus
Ægir (current term)
Ægypt
Ægyptian
Ægyptians
Ægyptic
Ægypto-
Ægæan
Ægæans
Æneas
Æolia
Æolic
Æolick
Æolis
Æolus
Æpyornis

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