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  • noun Plural form of Yngling.

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Examples

  • It should be remembered that this Halfdan belonged to the family of the Ynglings, who traced their descent from Frey, the great Scandinavian god of fertility.

    The Golden Bough: A Study in Magic and Religion

  • ” It should be remembered that this Halfdan belonged to the family of the Ynglings, who traced their descent from Frey, the great Scandinavian god of fertility.

    Chapter 40. The Nature of Osiris. § 1. Osiris a Corn-god

  • Sceaf or Scyld is identical with Yngve, the patriarch of the Ynglings; with Frey, the harvest and boar god, son of Njord, [117] the sea god; and with Hermod, referred to as follows in the Eddic "Lay of Hyndla":

    Myths of Babylonia and Assyria

  • It should be remembered that this Halfdan belonged to the family of the Ynglings, who traced their descent from Frey, the great Scandinavian god of fertility.

    The Golden Bough

  • It should be remembered that this Halfdan belonged to the family of the Ynglings, who traced their descent from Frey, the great Scandinavian god of fertility.

    The Golden Bough : a study of magic and religion

  • For example, the Ynglings, a branch of the first Swedish royal house, established one of the earliest kingdoms west of the Oslofjord.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • For example, the Ynglings, a branch of the first Swedish royal house, established one of the earliest kingdoms west of the Oslofjord.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

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