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Angrboða (Cherokee translation)

  • Artist: Danheim
  • Featuring artist: Sigurboði, Old Norse & Viking Chants
  • Song: Angrboða 10 translations
  • Translations: Cherokee, English, French, Gothic, Greek, Griko, Persian, Russian, Spanish 1 more
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Angrboða

Móðir girndar
ok ásæki,
Fögr sem nóttin,
í járnviði dvelr
þrjá risa ber hon
þrjá risa el hon
 
Submitter's comments:

Angrboða is a female jötunn (giantess). Mother of Fenrir by Loki. However, in the Prose Edda book Gylfaginning, she is referred to as a "giantess in Jötunheimr" and said also to be the mother of Fenrir's siblings Jörmungandr (the Midgard Serpent) and Hel.

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Angrboða

e-`tsi v-hna-i a-da-ga-u-e
a-le ga-no-ha-li-do-ha
u-wo-du-hi na-s-gi-ya-i hi-a sv-no-i
ha-wi-(na)di-tlv ta-lu-gi-s-gi-a-ta e-hi
tso-`i; a-tsv-ya-i u-de-nv
tso-`i; a-tsv-ya-i ka-ne-quo-gi
 
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Submitted by GuestGuest on Thu, 22/02/2018 - 00:23
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