trefot

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English[edit]

Noun[edit]

trefot (plural trefots)

  1. (paganism) A three-armed spiral symbol used in Heathenry to represent the god Woden or the Norns.

References[edit]

  • 1984 Futharc A Handbook of Runic Magic, Eldred Thorson, Weser, ISBN 0-87728-548-9, page 108.
    Trefot - dynamic power from the three realms of being and the threefold evolutionary force.
  • 1993 Our Troth, by the Ring of Troth and other true folk, The Ring of Troth, ISBN 0-9623957-8-1, page 668.
    Trefot - also called triskelion (swirling form).
  • 1997 Theod Volume IV Number 1 (Heathen Journal), Two Charms Against Dwarves, Eric Lord Wodening.
    If so we can be assured that the crosses were substituted for some heathen symbol,valkntR, trefot or fylfot.

Swedish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

tre (three) +‎ fot (foot)

Noun[edit]

trefot c

  1. a tripod (as a camera stand, for cooking, geodesy, or other purposes)

Declension[edit]