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SERVANT MAID FULLA
IST AUCH JUNGFRAU
GOLDEN
VIRGIN
ASPECT
HANDMAIDEN
FRIGGA
BALDER
NORSE MYTHOLOGY
FREYJA
KENNINGS
KENNING
ATTENDANT
GODDESS
FERTILITY GODDESS
GNA
NANNA
FRIGG
FULLA
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Definitions

  1. Fulla is a close friend of Nanna, Baldur's wife. (Web site)
  2. Fulla is called a maid of Frigg in The Lay of Gimnir in the Poetic Edda, and is sent on an errand by Frigg. (Web site)
  3. Fulla was possibly the sister of Frigg.
  4. Fulla was also known as Abundia, or Abundantia, in some parts of Germany, where she was considered the symbol of the fullness of the earth.
  5. Fulla is also guardian of Frigg's little box, which contains all of her jewelry. (Web site)

Servant Maid Fulla

  1. Frigg sends her servant maid Fulla to warn the king Geirröd —Frigg's patron—that a magician (actually Odin in disguise) will visit him.

Ist Auch Jungfrau

  1. Fulla, die fünfte, ist auch Jungfrau, und trägt loses Haar und ein Goldband ums Haupt. (Web site)

Golden

  1. Baldur returned the ring Draupnir to his father; Nanna sent Frigg fine clothes, and Fulla a golden ring. (Web site)

Virgin

  1. High lists Fulla fifth, stating that, like the goddess Gefjun, Fulla is a virgin, wears her hair flowing freely with a gold band around her head. (Web site)

Aspect

  1. John Knight Bostock says that theories have been proposed that the Fulla may at one time have been an aspect of Frigg. (Web site)

Handmaiden

  1. She lived in the hall Fensalir, where she was attended by her handmaiden, Fulla ("Bountiful"), who was also an Asynia (female Aesir).

Frigga

  1. Nanna also sent Frigga a present, and a ring to Fulla.

Balder

  1. There dwells the divine mother Nat, worshipped by the Teutons; there Thor's mother and her brother and sister Njord and Fulla are fostered; there Balder. (Web site)

Norse Mythology

  1. Gná is, in Norse mythology, one of the three handmaids of Frigg, together with Fulla and Hlín. (Web site)

Freyja

  1. The handmaiden named Fulla attended Freyja (most writers say that Fulla was Frigg's attendant).

Kennings

  1. Fulla also appear in some kennings. (Web site)

Kenning

  1. According to Skáldskaparmál, höfuðband Fullu (ribbon of Fulla) is a kenning for gold. (Web site)

Attendant

  1. No one could enter her hall and see Frigg without the permission of Fulla, an Asynia and attendant of Frigg.
  2. In Norse mythology, Fulla was attendant to Frigg taking care of the goddess' s shoes. (Web site)

Goddess

  1. Nanna presents to Hermóðr a series of gifts: a linen robe for Frigg, a golden ring for the goddess Fulla, and other unspecified items.
  2. In relation, High notes that, like Gefjun, the goddess Fulla is also a virgin. (Web site)
  3. This verse contains a kenning that includes the name of the goddess Fulla, but doesn't refer to her.

Fertility Goddess

  1. Frigg's attendants are Hlín (a goddess of protection), Gná (a messenger goddess), and Fulla (a fertility goddess).

Gna

  1. She has a handmaiden called Fulla and a messenger named Gna. (Web site)

Nanna

  1. Nanna sent Frigg a kerchief and other gifts, and to Fulla she sent a ring. (Web site)
  2. Nanna sent to Frigg a kerchief and to Fulla a gold ring. (Web site)
  3. When Hermod rode to Hell to ask Hel if Baldr could return to Asgard, Nanna gave him a gold ring to give to Fulla, among other gifts. (Web site)

Frigg

  1. She had three attendants, Hlin, Gna and Fulla, all of whom may have been the same deity in a different aspect as Frigg.
  2. Of the sixteen, Frigg, Gefion, Freyja and Saga (really an epithet only) are Goddesses in the poems, and Fulla is Frigg's handmaid. (Web site)
  3. Nanna gave a linen robe for Frigg along with other gifts and a finger-ring for Fulla. (Web site)

Fulla

  1. Balder's wife was Nanna, and Loki's Sigyn, while Gna and Fulla are mentioned as servants of Frigg. (Web site)
  2. Frigg's attendants are Hlín (a goddess of protection), Gna (a messenger goddess), and Fulla (a fertility goddess).
  3. Frigg's attendants are Hlin (a goddess of protection), Gna (a messenger goddess), and Fulla (a fertility goddess). (Web site)

Categories

  1. Frigg
  2. Nanna
  3. Gna
  4. Fertility Goddess
  5. Attendant
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