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Latin Lith. = Lithuanian Myc. = Mycenaean OCS = Old Church Slavic OE = Old English OHG = Old High German OIc.

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6. GERMANIC Principal theonyms (in the ON form): Óđinn (from *Wōdanaz, which is derived from PIE *weh2tu- „insight, inspiration“, cf. Lat. vātes „sooth-sayer“, OIr. fáith „prophet“, Thórr (from the word for „thunder“, PIE *torh2n-, Fjörgynn (often compared to Slav. , but more likely derived from *pork'o- „furrow“, Lat. porca), Njörđ < *nertu-, most probably from *ner-to- „under, deep“, Gr. nérteros, OIc. norđr „north“, Loki (of unknown etymology, sometimes derived from PIE *lewg'- „break, crush“, cf.

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