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York, M. „The divine twins in the Celtic pantheon“, JIES 23/1995: 83-112. ABBREVIATIONS OIr. = Old Irish ON = Old Norse TEXTS: PIE = Proto-Indo-European AV = Atharva-Veda Russ. = Russian Barons = Kr. Barons, Latvju dainas, Rīga 1922. Skt. = Sanskrit Il. = Homer, The Iliad Ved. = Vedic KUB = Keilschrifturkunden aus Boghazköy W = Welsh Od. = Homer, The Odyssey RV = Rig-Veda LANGUAGES: Alb. = Albanian Arm. = Armenian Gr. = Greek Goth. = Gothic Hitt. = Hittite Hom. = Homeric Lat. = Latin Lith. = Lithuanian Myc.

Norđr „north“, Loki (of unknown etymology, sometimes derived from PIE *lewg'- „break, crush“, cf. OE to-lūcan „destroy“, Skt. rujáti „breaks“), Frejya < *priHyo- „friendly, pleasant“ (Skt. ). Völuspá 1-7. 1. Hljóðs bið ek allar helgar kindir, meiri ok minni mögu Heimdallar; viltu, at ek, Valföðr! vel framtelja forn spjöll fíra, þau er fremst um man. 2. Ek man jötna ár um borna, þá er forðum mik fœdda höfðu; níu man ek heima, níu íviði, mjötvið mœran fyr mold neðan. 3. Ár var alda þar er Ýmir bygði, vara sandr né sær né svalar unnir, jörð fannsk æva né upphiminn, gap var ginnunga, en gras hvergi.

Morana (most likely from moriti „to kill“), Triglavъ („three headed one“), Mokošь (of unknown origin; the connection with OCS mokrъ „wet“ is slightly more probable than the relationship with OIr. Macha, a goddess connected with horses in the Ulster cycle). A BYELORUSSIAN CHARM This is how God (var. Ilias) quarrelled with the Devil: I will, kill you, he says!. -And how will you kill me? -I will hide. -Where? -Under a man! -I will kill the man, forgive his sins, and kill you. -Then I will hide under a horse!

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