Aesir Principal race of gods in Norse mythology.
Andhrimnir The cook of the Aesir.
Angrboda Goddess and wife of Loki
Astrild Goddess of love.
Atla Water goddess.
Audhumla The primeval cow, formed from the melting ice.
Balder Fairest of the gods
Beyla The servant of Freyr.
Borghild Goddess of the evening mist or moon, she slays the sun each evening.
Bragi God of poets and the patron of all skaldi (poets) in Norse culture.
Brono The son of Balder. He is the god of daylight.
Bylgia Water goddess.
Dagur The personification of day, he drives the day chariot across the sky.
Disen A group of goddess in old Norse mythology. Called the "Dis of the Vanir".
Eir Goddess of healing and shamanic healers, companion of the goddess Frigg
Elli Goddess of old age.
Fenrir Also known as Fenris. The great wolf, child of Loki and Angrboda
Forseti God of justice who settles court disputes in his gilded hall.
Freya Goddess of love, beauty and sensuality.
Freyr God of fertility, sun and rain.
Frigg Wife of Odin and the goddess of marriage and fertility.
Gefion Goddess of agriculture and the plough.
Gerd The wife of Freyr and a goddess of fertility. She is the personification of the fertile soil.
Heimdall God of light and protection.
Hel The goddess of death and ruler of the realm of the dead.
Hermod The messenger of the gods. Often equated to the Greek god Hermes.
Hod Blind god of darkness and winter.
Holler God of disease and destruction.
Idun Goddess of the spring, eternal youth and the keeper of the golden apples
Jord Goddess of the primitive and unpopulated earth.
Jormungand The Midgard Serpent
Kari Leader of the storm giants.
Kvasir The wisest of the Vanir gods.
Laga Goddess of wells and springs.
Lofn Goddess of forbidden love, who blesses all illicit love affairs.
Loki Trickster god of the Norse, concerned with thievery, magic and fire.
Magni Son of Thor and god of brute strength.
Mani God of the moon and brother of the sun goddess Sol.
Miming Minor forest god.
Mimir Wisest god of the Aesir, sent in a hostage trade to the rival Vanir gods.
Modi God of battle wrath, he was the leader of the berserkers.
Njord God of the sea, wind and fire. He bestows good fortune to those on the sea.
Norns The triple goddesses of fate and destiny.
Nott Goddess of night who mans the night-charion in it's track through the sky.
Odin The chief god of the Aesir and most important of the Norse deities.
Ran Goddess of storms and the drowned dead.
Saga Goddess of poetry and history.
Sif Wife of Thor, and possibly an ancient fertility goddess.
Sjofn Goddess of love, passion and marital harmony.
Skadi A frost giant and goddess of winter.
Sleipnir The eight-legged horse of Odin
Sol Goddess of the sun, who guides the sun-chariot through the sky.
Syn Goddess of watchfulness and truth.
Thor Thunder-god and the protector of men and gods.
Tyr The original god of war in the Germanic culture
Ull God of justice and duelling, archery and skiing.
Vali Son of Odin, and the god born to avenge the death of Balder.
Valkyries The battle-maidens, who choose the best warriors
Vanir A group of fertility and nature gods
Var Goddess of contracts and marriage agreements
Vidar Son of Odin and the god of silence and vengeance.