Published, edited, images added & annotations (in red) by Kenneth S. Doig
In Old Norse,(ON) áss (or ǫ́ss, ás, plural æsir; feminine ásynja, plural ásynjur) is the term denoting a member of the principal pantheon in the indigenous Germanic (Gmc) religion known as Norse paganism.
|Thunor, Donar, Thor,|
This pantheon includes Odin (*Wóðanaz, *Wódanaz, *Wóðenaz in PGmc, Wóden in OE [W.Sax.], Wuotan in OHG, Wotan in Modern-German 'MG', Óðinn in western ON), Frigg, Thor,(*Þunraz in PGmc, Þunor in OE, Donar in OHG, Donner in MG, Donder in Dutch 'Du', Þórr in ON) Baldr (presumably the same god, Belg in OE) and Týr (the Tue- in Tuesday, Tíw in OE, Zíu in OHG, *Tíwaz in PGmc).