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Ull

by Micha F. Lindemans
In old Scandinavian myth, Ull ("glory") is the god of justice and dueling, as well as the patron god of agriculture. He excels in archery and in skiing and lives in his hall Ydalir ("yew dales"). He is regarded as the son of Sif and the stepson of Thor. When the giantess Skadi divorced Njord she married Ull.

Old Norse: Ullr


Article details:

  • Also known as:
    Vuldr
  • Etymology:
    Glory

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