Edda Names F-G


Fáfnir: the brother of Regin and son of Hreithmar

Falhófnir: a “heavenly steed”

Farmatýr: Óthin

Father: the husband of Mother

Feng: Óthin

Fenja: a giantess

Fenrir: the Fenris-Wolf

Fenris-Wolf: a mythical wolf

Fensalir: the home of Frigg

Fíli: a dwarf

Fimafeng: a servitor of the Ægir

Fimbulthul: Óthin

Fimbultýr: Óthin

Fimbulvetr: three winters without a summer

Finn: a dwarf

Fjalar: a rooster

Fjalar: (see Suttung)

Fjalar: (see Skrymir)

Fjalar: a dwarf

Fjolkald: the father of Várkald

Fjolnir: Óthin

Fjolnir: a king of Sweden (possibly Óthin)

Fjolsvith: Óthin

Fjolsvith: a giant guarding Mengloth

Fjolvar: a companion of Óthin

Fjorgyn: the mother of Thór

Fjorm: a mythical river

Fjornir: Gunnar’s cupbearer

Fjorsungs, The: a royal race (passage context implies that this is the noun version of the word “race”)

Fjotur Grove: place name

Folkvang: the home of Freya

Foresti: the son of Baldr and Nanna

Fræg: a dwarf

Fránangr Waterfall: place name (familiar to those of you who have read either version of Lokasenna/The Flything of Loki that I have posted here)

Frankland: the land of the Gjúkung kings

Fránmar: one of King Sváfnir’s earls

Frár: a dwarf

Frathmar: a descendant of Dag and Thóra

Freka Stone: place name

Freki: one of Óthin’s wolves

Freki brothers: descendants of Dag and Thóra

Frey: the god of fertility

Freya: the goddess of love

Fríaut: Fróthi’s wife

Frigg: Óthin’s wife

Frith: one of Mengloth’s maidens

Frithleif: the ruler of Gothland

Frithleif: the father of Ólaf

Frosti: a dwarf

Fróthi: the husband of Fríaut

Fróthi: the father of Kári

Fróthi: a king of Denmark

Fulla: Frigg’s chambermaid

Fundin: a dwarf

fylgja: Tutelary spirit



Gagnráth: Óthin

Gandálf: a dwarf

Gangleri: Óthin

Garm: the Hel hound

Gastrop: the wall “about Mengloth’s hall”

Gaut: Óthin

Gefjon: a goddess

Geirmund: a hero

Geironul: a valkyrie

Geirrœth: a king

Geirskogul: a valkyrie

Geirvimul: a mythical river

Geitir: a servitor of Grípir

Geri: one of Óthin’s wolves

Geri: one of the hounds guarding Mengloth’s hall

Gerth: a giantess, the daughter of Gymir

Gestumblindi: Óthin

Gífir: one of the hounds guarding Mengloth’s hall

Gimlé: the abode of the gods

Ginnar: a dwarf

Gipul: a muthical river

Gísl: a heavenly steed

Gjaflaug: Gjúki’s sister

Gjallarhorn: Heimdall’s horn

Gjálp: a giant maiden

Gjoll: mythical river

Gjúki: the Burgundian king

Gjúki: a son of Hogni

Gjúkungs, The: Gjúki’s descendants

Gladhome: Óthin’s dwelling

Glapsvith: Óthin

Glasir Grove: place name

Glath: a heavenly steed

Glaum: Atli’s horse

Glaumvor: Gunnar’s wife

Gler: a heavenly steed

Glitnir: Forseti’s dwelling

Glói: a dwarf

Góin: a serpent

Goll: a valkyrie

Golltop: a heavenly steed

Gomul: a mythical river

Gondlir: Óthin

Gondul: a valkyrie

Gopul: a mythical river

Gorm the Old: a king of Denmark

Grábak: a serpent

Grafvitnir: a serpent

Grafvolluth: a serpent

Gram: a sword

Grani: Sigurth’s horse

Granmar: Hothbrodd’s father

Gráth: a mythical river

Greip: a giant maiden

Grím: Óthin

Grím: a hero

Grímhild: the wife of Gjúki

Grímnir: Óthin

Grípir: Sigurth’s uncle

Gróa: Svipdag’s mother

Grotti: the millstones belonging to Fróthi

Gullinkambi: a rooster

Gullrond: Gúthrun’s sister

Gullveig: a witch

Gungnir: Óthin’s spear

Gunn: a valkyrie

Gunnar: Gjúki’s son

Gunnar Midwall: a hero

Gunnloth: Suttung’s daughter

Gunnthorin: a mythical river

Gunnthró: a mythical river

Gunther: (see Gunnar)

Guth: a valkyrie

Guthmund: a son of Granmar

Guthorm: son of Gjúki

Guthorm: the opponent of Knúi

Guthrún: the daughter of Gjúki

Gyllir: a heavenly steed

Gymir: a giant

Gymir: Ægir (not the same Gymir as above)

Gyrth: a son of Dag