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ble også kalt Friallaf, men Fridleif i Norden
Ble også kalt Finnsson (Bors, Frjálafr) Fridleif i Norden, Han ble slikka ut av en stein av urkua Audhumbla Bor var sønn av Bure han ble gift med Bestla, datter til jotnen Boltorn De fikk tre sønner Odin, Vile (Vilje), Vé, Den yngre Edda, Han blir også nevnt som far til Odin i Voluspå Bors rolle i mytologien er uklar, og fungerte antagelig som et nødvendig mellomledd i slektslisten til Odin, og det finnes ingen indikasjon på at han ble tilbedt i norrøn religion,
This profile represents the amalgamation of two theories of the fatherhood of Odin:
- Bor, the progenitor of mankind, documented in legendary sources
- Friallaf, the father of Odin the Turkish immigrant, documented in Ynglingesoga
Friallaf is also spelled Fridulf, fridleif, Frithwald and many other variants.
by Micha F. Lindemans
Bor is a primordial Norse man, the son of Buri. He married the giantess Bestla, who is a daughter of the frost giant Bolthorn. Bor and Bestla had three children who became the first gods: Odin, Vili, Ve.
The Prologue to the Younger Edda and the ancestry lines in "Hvorledes Norge ble bosatt"
(out of Flateyarbok) lists a father named Friallaf, part of the legend that Odin was a king arriving in the Nordics out of east Turkey. The "Hvorledes Nore ble bosatt" says:
"Munnon eller Mennon het kongen over Troja. Han var gift med Troanam, datter til kong Priami: sønnen hans het Tror, som vi kaller Tor, hans sønn var Loriche, som vi kaller Hlorride, hans sønn Eredei, som vi kaller Einride, hans sønn Vingithor, han sønn Vinginer, hans sønn Modi, hans sønn Mågi, som vi kaller Magni, hans sønn Seseph, hans sønn Beduigg, hans sønn Atri, hans sønn Trinan, hans sønn Heremoth, som vi kaller Hermod, hans sønn Skjaldin, som vi kaller Skjøld, hans sønn Beaf, som vi kaller Bjar, hans sønn Godolf, hans sønn Burri, som vi kaller Finn, hans sønn Frjalaf, som vi kaller Bors, hans sønn Voden, som vi kaller Odin. Han var Tyrkerkonge".
'Borr or Burr (sometimes anglicized Bor or Bur) was the son of Búri and the father of Odin in Norse mythology. He is mentioned in the Gylfaginning part of Snorri Sturluson's Prose Edda. Borr is not mentioned again in the Prose Edda. In skaldic and eddaic poetry Odin is occasionally referred to as Borr's son but no further information on Borr is given. Other sources are silent. The role of Borr in the mythology is unclear and there is no indication that he was worshiped in Norse paganism.'
FRITHUWALD. (Bor, Bur, Borr, Burr). [CHART A1].
Born about 190 (S6); son of FREALAF (Freothalaf, Buri). He married Beltsa.
As Borr, he is mentioned in the Gylfaginning part of Snorri Sturluson's Prose Edda. Borr is not mentioned again in the Prose Edda. In skaldic and eddaic poetry Odin is occasionally referred to as Borr's son but no further information on Borr is given. Other sources are silent. The role of Borr in the mythology is unclear and there is no indication that he was worshipped in Norse paganism.
BELTSA. (Beltsa-S6)(Bestla-S5)(Beltsea). Born about 194 AD (S6); daughter of FROETHELAT (Bolthorn, Bölthorn, Bölthor), son of FINN.
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If you can believe the legends, he was the "father of all the Norse Gods".
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According to Norse mythology, Odin's father was Bor, the son of Buri, the son of Audhumla.
Búri was the first god in Norse mythology. He was the father of Borr and grandfather of Odin. He was formed by the cow Auðumbla licking the salty ice of Ginnungagap. The only extant source of this myth is Snorri Sturluson's Prose Edda.