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See also: night and niȝt


Proper noun[edit]

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  1. The 92nd sura (chapter) of the Qur'an.
  2. (Germanic paganism) The goddess of the night in Heathenry.
    • 1993, Our Troth, Ring of Troth and other True Folk, Ring of Troth, →ISBN, page 383:
      "In this prayer, Sigdrifa calls upon powers of Nature - Day, Night, Earth - and the gods and goddesses as a group.
    • 1993, Teutonic Religion, Kveldulf Gundarsson, Llewellyn Publications, →ISBN, page 316:
      Hail to Night and her daughters.
    • 1996, The Wisdom of the Wyrd, Brian Bates, Rider, →ISBN, page 48:
      In another story, the Allfather, the original sky god from early Wyrd culture, took Night and her son Day, and gave to each of them a horse and chariot and put them in the sky, so that they should ride around the world every twenty-four hours.