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46 In Greek mythology, Zephyrus is the god of the west wind. Literature > Mythology 02/26/09
47 In Norse mythology, Balder can only be killed by mistletoe. Literature > Mythology 11/04/13
48 In Norse mythology, Balder was the god of light. Literature > Mythology 06/17/11
49 In Norse mythology, Fenrir was a giant wolf. Literature > Mythology 03/02/11
50 In Norse mythology, Freyr is the god of fertility. Literature > Mythology 10/28/13
51 In Norse mythology, Frigg is the mother goddess. Literature > Mythology 08/05/11
52 In Norse mythology, Heimdall is the watchman of the gods. Literature > Mythology 11/08/10
53 In Norse mythology, Loki is the shape-shifting trickster god. Literature > Mythology 11/18/10
54 In Norse mythology, Muspell is the world of fire. Literature > Mythology 07/25/11
55 In Norse mythology, Odin is the supreme god. Literature > Mythology 02/07/12
56 In Norse mythology, Ragnarok was the apocalypse that would ultimately destroy this world and the gods who ruled over it. Literature > Mythology 11/08/10
57 In Norse mythology, Sleipnir was an eight-legged horse. Literature > Mythology 05/19/11
58 In Norse mythology, the sea monster Jormungand encircled the world. Literature > Mythology 12/02/10
59 In Norse mythology, there were nine worlds. Literature > Mythology 11/08/10
60 In Norse Mythology, Thor was the god of thunder. Literature > Mythology 12/02/10





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