Æsir

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Etymology[edit]

From Old Norse æsir.

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Æsir (singular Áss, sometimes Aes)

  1. The principal group of benevolent deities in the Norse pantheon, representing power and war; opponents of the Vanir.

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Some dictionaries have Æsir/Aesir/aesir capitalized, others present uppercase and lowercase initial as alternatives.

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