Feng

Chinese - The Chinese version of the phoenix. One of the Four Auspicious Animals. Chief of the feathered animals. Ruler of the south and the summer season. This fabulous bird is described as being composed of parts of many other birds and the tail of a fish, although it is sometimes depicted as the Oriental pheasant. It is reputed to alight only on the wu t'ung tree and lives on the seeds of the bamboo. Another version describes it as a scarlet or vermilion bird, one of four supporting the corners of the earth. Occasionally called Feng, Fjolnir, Fjolnir, Fiollnir, Fiollnir, Hnikar, Hnikar, Feng or Odin.
European - Brother of Horvendil. He killed his brother, Horvendil, king of Jutland, married his widow, Gerutha, and took the throne. He was later killed by Horvendil's son, Amleth. In some accounts, called Feng, Fjolnir, Fjolnir, Fiollnir, Fiollnir, Hnikar, Hnikar, Feng or Odin.
Norse - A name used by Odin when he was taken aboard ship by Sigurd who met. The god walking on the sea. Sometimes identified as Feng, Fjolnir, Fjolnir, Fiollnir, Fiollnir, Hnikar, Hnikar, Feng or Odin.

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