Sceadu (gyden)

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"Scandis langoþ for þǣm Beorgum" (1908) by W. G. Collingwood

Scandi is wīflic ent Þēodisces Hǣðenscipes, þe wæs wīf Neorðes, and stēopmōdor Frēan and Frēon. Hēo is ent forstes and wintres, and is ēac cūþ swā sēo "snāwscōh gyden."

Scandi giefþ hire nama tō Scandinavian.

Lēoþedda[adihtan]

In Grímnismál, on Wēdnes gesihða þāra missenlica ēðla þāra goda, hē spricþ ymbe þone ēðel Scandis in stanza 11:

"Þrymhām se siexða hātte
hwær Þjazi wunode, se egesful eotin,
ac nū Scandi, scīnende brȳd þāra goda,
wunaþ in þǣm ealdorlicum geardum hire fædres."


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