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Ásynja heiti — Þul ÁsynjaIII

Anonymous Þulur

Elena Gurevich 2017, ‘(Introduction to) 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.

 

Nú skal ásynjur
allar nefna.
Frigg ok Freyja,
Fulla ok Snotra,
Gerðr ok Gefjun,
Gnó, Lofn, Skaði,
Jǫrð ok Iðunn,
Ilmr, Bil, Njǫrun.
 
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Hlín ok Nanna,
Hnoss, Rindr ok Sjǫfn,
Sól ok Sága,
Sigyn ok Vǫr,
þá es Vór, ok Syn
verðr at nefna,
en Þrúðr ok Rón
þeim es næst talið.
 
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Grét ok at Óði
gull Freyja.
Heiti eru hennar
Hǫrn ok Þrungva,
Sýr, Skjólf ok Gefn
ok et sama Mardǫll.
Dœtr eru hennar
Hnoss ok Gørsemi.
 
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Enn eru aðrar
Óðins meyjar:
Hildr ok Gǫndul,
Hlǫkk, Mist, Skǫgul,
þá es Hrund ok Eir,
Hrist, Skuld talið.
 
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Nornir heita,
þær es nauð skapa,
Nipt ok Dísi
nú mun ek telja.
 
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