Sága: One of the goddesses whose name is common in skaldic kennings. Nothing is known of this Ásynja except that she dwells at a place called Søkkvabekkr ‘sunken-bench’ and is somehow associated with Óðinn. Cf. Grí 7/4-6 (NK 58): þar þau Óðinn oc Sága | drecca um alla daga, | glǫð, ór gullnom kerom ‘there Óðinn and Sága, glad, drink every day from golden cups’. In Gylf (SnE 2005, 29) her name is given right after the name of Óðinn’s wife Frigg, and it is possible that Sága was identified with Frigg (cf. LP: Sága). This name is related either to the strong verb sjá ‘see’ (‘seeress’(?)) or to saga f. ‘story, legend’ (‘proclaiming one’(?)).