Gna

Norse - A messenger and attendant of Frigga, one of the Asynjur. She rode a horse called Hofvarpnir and carried an apple from Frigga to King Rerir which, when eaten by his wife, produced the son they had longed for. Sometimes known as Gna, Angerbode, Angerbode, Angbodi, Angerboda, Angrboda, Angrbotha, Angubodi, Angur-boda, Angurboch, Angurbode, Ljod, Ang(e)rboda, Angur-Boda, Aurbada, Hoder, Hyrokkin, Liod, Liod, Lyod or Lyod.

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