Mjollnir

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See also: Mjöllnir

English[edit]

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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.

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.

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, Ø.


Translations[edit]


German[edit]

Proper noun[edit]

Mjollnir

  1. Alternative spelling of Mjölnir