Vak

Norse - The name of Odin when he appeared. As an old woman in his wooing of Rinda. In this guise, he claimed to be able to free Rinda from the spell he had put on her in an earlier encounter and carried her off as his wife. In some accounts, identified as Vak, Amitabha, Amitabha, Amita, Amitayas, Great Vehicle, Amita(yas), Bhrkuti-Tara, Dharmadatuvagisvara, Dharmakari, Great Vehicle Mahabala, Mahasitavati, Vac(h), Vajradharma, Vajratara, Chinese Ami-t'o-fo, O-mi-t'o-fo, etc (see A-mi-t'ofo), Hindu Shiva, Japanese Amida, Tibetan O Pamé, Od-dpag-med, Pu Tai Ho-shang, Gangrad, Gangrad, Gagurath, Gangrath, Odin, Wanderer, Gagnrath, Wayfarer, Manjushri, Manjushri, Akshobhya, Adi-Buddha, Mandjunatha, Mandjusri, Manjusri, Arpacana, Manjughos(h)a, Chinese Wen-shu, Japanese Monju, Tibetan Jam-dpal, Dharmacackra, Siddhaikavira, Simhanada, Tiksna, Yamantaka, Sarasvati, Sarasvati, Bharati, Brahmi, Logos, Mahasarasvati, Queen of Love, Savitri, Shatarupa, Vagdevi, Pacific Islands Saraswati, Japanese Benten, Sandhya, Vach, Vach, Vac, Vach, Vach, Logos or Queen of Gods.

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