the dictionary of norse mythology

GNA


GNA One of the minor goddesses of the aesir, according to 13th-century writer snorri sturluson. Gna ran errands for the goddess frigg, odin's wife. When she needed to deliver a message in a hurry, Gna rode her horse, Hofvarpnir Hoof-Thrasher, through the air. Her Old norse name came to refer to very high things or something that soars high.

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