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god of thunder, weather, and crops
Thor
god of light and guardians
Heimdall
father to the Fenris wolf, the Midgard serpant Jormungand, and Hel
Loki
wields the spear Grungir
Odin
god of fertility, horses, the sun, and rain
Frey (or Freyr)
his blind brother is tricked into killing him with a spear of mistletoe
Baldur
god of war, death, wisdom, poetry, and knowledge
Odin
possesses the horn Gjall
Heimdall
he is killed by Odin and his brothers, who then use this god's body to construct most of the universe
Ymir
the goddesses of destiny (name collectively and individually)
the Norns: Wyrd (or Urd), Verdandi (or Verthandi), and Skuld
wields the hammer Mjolnir
Thor
goddess of love, passion, and human fertility
Freya
god of light, joy, and beauty
Baldur
god of fire and trickery
Loki
possesses the necklace Brisingamen
Freya
he guards Bifrost, the rainbow bridge that leads to Asgard
Heimdall
goddess of the sky, marriage, and motherhood
Frigg (or Frigga)
the Fenris wolf bit off his hand
Tyr
rides the eight-legged horse Sleipnir
Odin
the wife of Odin; spins clouds at her loom
Frigg (or Frigga)
traded one of his eyes for a drink from Mimir's well to gain wisdom
Odin
goddess of the present
Verdandi (or Verthandi)
goddess of the past
Wyrd (or Urd)
goddess of the future
Skuld
god of the sea and father to Frey and Freya
Njord
goddess who supplies the apples from which the gods and goddesses gain eternal youth
Idun