Edda Names H

Hábrók: a hawk

Haddingjar: heroes

Haddings, The: sea kings

Hagal: Helgi’s foster father

Haki: a hero

Hákon: a king of Denmark

Hálf: a king of Denmark

Hálfdan: King Fróthi’s brother

Hálfdan: the father of Kára

Hálfdan the Old/Hálfdan the High: a Danish king

Hamal: Hagal’s son

Hamthir: a son of Guthrún and Jónakr

Hámund: a son of Sigmund

Hanar: a dwarf

Harald Bluetooth: a Danish king

Harald Fairhair: a Norwegian king

Harald Gilli: a Norwegian king

Harald Wartooth: a Danish king

Hárbarth: Óthin

Hati: a mythical wolf

Hati: a giant

Hátún: a royal estate

Haugspori: a dwarf

Hávarth: a son of Hunding

Heaven Fells: a mythical place name

Heimdall: the warder of the gods

Heimir: Brynhild’s foster father

Heith: a witch

Heith: a kinsman of Hrímnir

Heithdraupnir: possibly Mímir

Heithrek: the father of Borgný

Heithrún: a mythical goat

Hel: the goddess of the lower world

Helblindi: Óthin

Helche: Atli’s first wife

Helgi: son of King Hjorvarth and Sigrlinn

Helgi: (Hjalmgunnar ?)

Helgi Hundingsbana: son of King Sigmund and Borghild

Helgi Haddingjaskati: a reincarnation of Helgi Hundingsbana

Helgi: a Danish king

Heming: a son of Hunding

Hengikjopt: probably Óthin

Heorot: hall of the Danish king

Heptifíli: a dwarf

Herborg: a Hunnish queen

Heremōd: King of the Danes

Herfjotur: a valkyrie

Herjafather: Óthin

Herjan: Óthin

Herkja: Atli’s handmaid

Hermóth: a hero

Hersir: the father of Erna

Herteit: Óthin

Hervarth: a son of Arngrím

Hervarth: a son of Hunding

Hervor the Allwise: a valkyrie

Hethin: a son of Hjorvarth

Hethin’s Isle: a place name

Hild: a valkyrie

Hild: the mother of Álf the Hero

Hild beneath Helm: Brynhild

Hildidanr: (Harald Wartooth ?)

Hildigunn: the mother of Almveig

Hildisvíni: Frey’s boar

Hilditǫnn: a Danish king

Hildóf: possibly Óthin

Himin Meadows: a royal estate

Himinbjorg: the abode of Heimdall

Hindar Fell: place name

Hjalli: a thrall of Atli

Hjálmberi: Óthin

Hjálmgunnar: a king slain by Sigrdrífa

Hjálprek: Sigurth’s foster father

Hjordís: the mother of Sigurth

Hjorleif: a king

Hjorvarth: a son of Arngrím

Hjorvarth: the father of Hvethna

Hjorvarth: the father of Helgi

Hjorvarth: a son of Hunding

Hlathguth the Swanwhite: a valkyrie

Hlé Fells: place name

Hlébarth: a giant

Hlédís: the grandmother of Óttar

Hlér: Ægir

Hlésy: (see Hlés Isle)

Hlés Isle: an island in the Kattegat

Hlévang: a dwarf

Hlíf: one of Mengloth’s maidens

Hlín: Frigg

Hlithskjalf: Óthin’s seat in Valholl

Hlithskjalf: Mengloth’s castle

Hlokk: a valkyrie

Hlórrithi: Thór

Hlóthin: Fjorgyn, the mother of Thór

Hlothvarth: a king

Hlothvér: the father of Hlathguth and Hervor

Hlymdale: place name

Hniflung: the son of Hogni

Hniflungs, The: the sons of Atli and Guthrún

Hnikar: Óthin

Hnikuth: Óthin

Hoddmímir: the world-tree, Yggdrasil

Hoddrofnir: possibly Mímir

Hœnir: (a hypostasis of Óthin ?)

Hogni: the father of Sigrún

Hogni: a son of Gjúki

Holl: a mythical river

Hornbori: a dwarf

Horvir: a housecarl of Hrólf the Old

Hoth: the blind god

Hothbrodd: a son of Granmar

Hræsvelg: a giant in eagle’s shape

Hrani: a son of Arngrím

Hrauthung: the father of Agnar and Geirrœth

Hrauthung: an ancestor of Hjordís

Hreithmar: the father of Regin and Fáfnir

Hrímfaxi: a mythical horse

Hrímgerth: a giantess

Hrímgrimnir: a giant

Hrímnir: a frost giant

Hring: a king

Hringstead: a royal estate

Hrist: a valkyrie

Hríth: a mythical river

Hrœrek: the father of Harald Wartooth

Hrólf Kraki: a hero king

Hrollaug: a prince

Hronn: a mythical river

Hronn: one of Ægir’s daughters

Hrópt: Óthin

Hróptatýr: Óthin

Hrossjóf: a giant

Hróthmar: a king, the father of Álf

Hróthr: a giant

Hróthnitnir: Fenrir

Hrotti: Sigurth’s sword

Hrungnir: a mountain giant

Hrym: a giant

Hugin: one of Óthin’s ravens

Humlung: the son of Hjorvarth and Særeith

Hunding: a king of Hundland

Hundland: the land of Hunding

Hundland: the land ruled by Buthli and Atli

Hvergelmir: a mythical spring

Hvethna: a daughter of Hjorvarth

Hvethrung: probably Loki

Hymir: a giant

Hymling: a son of Hjorvarth

Hyndla: a giantess

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