Mjollnir

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English[edit]

Drawing of a 4.6 CM gold plated depiction of Mjollnir in silver found at Bredsätra on Öland, Sweden. The original is housed at the Swedish Museum of National Antiquities.
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Alternative forms[edit]

Spelling variations include use of either one 'l' or two, use of either 'i' or 'e' as the second vowel, and use of any of the following as the first vowel: 'o', 'ö', 'ǫ', 'ø'.

Etymology[edit]

From Old Norse Mjǫllnir, from Proto-Germanic *meldunjaz, from Proto-Indo-European *meldʰ-n- (lightning) ‘’ (compare Old Norse mjuln (fire), Welsh mellt, Slovene mółnja).

Proper noun[edit]

Mjollnir

  1. The hammer of the Norse god Thor.

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German[edit]

Proper noun[edit]

Mjollnir

  1. Alternative spelling of Mjölnir