Ásynja heiti — Þul ÁsynjaIIIAnonymous Þulur
Elena Gurevich 2017, ‘ Anonymous, Ásynja heiti’ in Kari Ellen Gade and Edith Marold (eds), Poetry from Treatises on Poetics. Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages 3. Turnhout: Brepols, p. 762. <https://skaldic.org/m.php?p=text&i=3190> (accessed 18 September 2021)
Nú skal ásynjur allar nefna:
Frigg ok Freyja, Fulla ok Snotra,
Gerðr ok Gefjun, Gná, Lofn, Skaði,
Jǫrð ok Iðunn, Ilmr, Bil, Njǫrun.
‘Now all the Ásynjur shall be named: Frigg and Freyja, Fulla and Snotra, Gerðr and Gefjun, Gná, Lofn, Skaði, Jǫrð and Iðunn, Ilmr, Bil, Njǫrun. ’
Hlín ok Nanna, Hnoss, Rindr ok Sjǫfn,
Sól ok Sága, Sigyn ok Vǫr;
þá es Vár, ok Syn verðr at nefna,
en Þrúðr ok Rán þeim næst talið.
‘Hlín and Nanna, Hnoss, Rindr and Sjǫfn, Sól and Sága, Sigyn and Vǫr; then there is Vár, and Syn must be named, and Þrúðr and Rán [are] listed next to them. ’
Grét ok at Óði gulli Freyja;
heiti eru hennar Hǫrn ok Þrungva,
Sýr, Skjǫlf ok Gefn ok it sama Mardǫll;
dœtr eru hennar Hnoss ok Gersimi.
‘Freyja also wept gold for Óðr; her names are Hǫrn and Þrungva, Sýr, Skjálf and Gefn, and likewise Mardǫll; her daughers are Hnoss and Gersimi. ’
Enn eru aðrar Óðins meyjar:
Hildr ok Gǫndul, Hlǫkk, Mist, Skǫgul;
þá es Hrund ok Eir, Hrist, Skuld talið.
‘There are yet other maids of Óðinn: Hildr and Gǫndul, Hlǫkk, Mist, Skǫgul; then Hrund and Eir, Hrist, Skuld are listed. ’
Nornir heita, þær es nauð skapa;
Nipt ok Dísi nú mun ek telja.
‘Those are called norns who create distress; now I shall list Nipt and Dís. ’
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