NORSE DAYS OF THE WEEK - Tuesday

" The God Tyr is associated with the day Tuesday and in the Scandinavian countries, Denmark, Norway, and Sweden, this day is called Tirsdag, so Tuesday is Tyr’s day. "

Skál!

Source: (Replace [DOT] with a .)
norse-mythology[DOT]net






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NORSE DAYS OF THE WEEK - Monday

" The Moon also was important to the Vikings since it helped them keep track of time, it had its own day, Monday. Today in Denmark the day is called ”Mandag” and in our neighboring country, Germany the day is called Montag which comes from the word mond. "

Skál!

Source: (Replace [DOT] with a .)
norse-mythology[DOT]net






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NORSE DAYS OF THE WEEK - Sunday

Skál!

" The Vikings worshiped the sun so much because of the cold climate, that they gave the sun its own day, and the first day of the week, Sunday. Anyone who lives in a cold climate or has been there will understand why the sun was so important to the Vikings. "

Source: (Replace [DOT] with a .)
norse-mythology[DOT]net






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NORSE DAYS OF THE WEEK - Saturday

GET BEHIND THOSE EARS!

" ... The Viking was actually pretty clean and not just some dirty barbarians, they probably had better hygiene than other societies in that time period. "

Skál!

Source: (Replace [DOT] with a .)
norse-mythology[DOT]net






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NORSE DAYS OF THE WEEK - Friday

Skál!

" Friday is either named after Frigg or Freya, the reason why it is unclear is that of conflicting sources. This is probably because some areas worshipped Frigg more than Freya and vise versa. "

Skál!

Source: (Replace [DOT] with a .)
norse-mythology[DOT]net





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NORSE DAYS OF THE WEEK - Thursday

" Thor is associated with the day Thursday which comes from the word Torsdag in the Scandinavian countries and in the Germanic countries it is called Donnerstag which means thunderday and comes from the word Donar, which was the name of Thor in the Germanic countries. "

Skál!

Source: (Replace [DOT] with a .)
norse-mythology[DOT]net






pixelfed.social/p/The-AnKorage

NORSE DAYS OF THE WEEK - Wednesday

" The modern word “Wednesday” is named after Odin and it comes from the Germanic word Wotan which means “Odin” so Wednesday is “Odin’s day”. "

Skál!

Source: (Replace [DOT] with a .)
norse-mythology[DOT]net






pixelfed.social/p/The-AnKorage

NORSE DAYS OF THE WEEK - Tuesday

Skol!

" The God Tyr is associated with the day Tuesday and in the Scandinavian countries, Denmark, Norway, and Sweden, this day is called Tirsdag, so Tuesday is Tyr’s day. "

Skál!

Source: (Replace [DOT] with a .)
norse-mythology[DOT]net






pixelfed.social/p/The-AnKorage

NORSE DAYS OF THE WEEK - Monday

" The Moon also was important to the Vikings since it helped them keep track of time, it had its own day, Monday. Today in Denmark the day is called ”Mandag” and in our neighboring country, Germany the day is called Montag which comes from the word mond. "

Skál!

Source: (Replace [DOT] with a .)
norse-mythology[DOT]net






pixelfed.social/p/The-AnKorage

NORSE DAYS OF THE WEEK - Sunday

Skál!

" The Vikings worshiped the sun so much because of the cold climate, that they gave the sun its own day, and the first day of the week, Sunday. Anyone who lives in a cold climate or has been there will understand why the sun was so important to the Vikings. "

Source: (Replace [DOT] with a .)
norse-mythology[DOT]net






pixelfed.social/p/The-AnKorage

NORSE DAYS OF THE WEEK - Saturday

GET BEHIND THOSE EARS!

" ... The Viking was actually pretty clean and not just some dirty barbarians, they probably had better hygiene than other societies in that time period. "

Skál!

Source: (Replace [DOT] with a .)
norse-mythology[DOT]net






pixelfed.social/p/The-AnKorage

NORSE DAYS OF THE WEEK - Friday

Skál!

" Friday is either named after Frigg or Freya, the reason why it is unclear is that of conflicting sources. This is probably because some areas worshipped Frigg more than Freya and vise versa. "

Source: (Replace [DOT] with a .)
norse-mythology[DOT]net






pixelfed.social/p/The-AnKorage

NORSE DAYS OF THE WEEK - Thursday

" Thor is associated with the day Thursday which comes from the word Torsdag in the Scandinavian countries and in the Germanic countries it is called Donnerstag which means thunderday and comes from the word Donar, which was the name of Thor in the Germanic countries. "

Skál!

Source: (Replace [DOT] with a .)
norse-mythology[DOT]net






pixelfed.social/p/The-AnKorage

NORSE DAYS OF THE WEEK - Wednesday

" The modern word “Wednesday” is named after Odin and it comes from the Germanic word Wotan which means “Odin” so Wednesday is “Odin’s day”. "

Skál!

Source: (Replace [DOT] with a .)
norse-mythology[DOT]net






pixelfed.social/p/The-AnKorage

NORSE DAYS OF THE WEEK - Monday

" The Moon also was important to the Vikings since it helped them keep track of time, it had its own day, Monday. Today in Denmark the day is called ”Mandag” and in our neighboring country, Germany the day is called Montag which comes from the word mond. "

Source: (Replace [DOT] with a .)
norse-mythology[DOT]net

Skál!






pixelfed.social/p/The-AnKorage

NORSE DAYS OF THE WEEK - Sunday

" The Vikings worshiped the sun so much because of the cold climate, that they gave the sun its own day, and the first day of the week, Sunday. Anyone who lives in a cold climate or has been there will understand why the sun was so important to the Vikings. "

Source: (Replace [DOT] with a .)
norse-mythology[DOT]net

Skál!






pixelfed.social/p/The-AnKorage

NORSE DAYS OF THE WEEK - Saturday

GET BEHIND THOSE EARS!

" ... The Viking was actually pretty clean and not just some dirty barbarians, they probably had better hygiene than other societies in that time period. "

Source: (Replace [DOT] with a .)
norse-mythology[DOT]net






Skál!

pixelfed.social/p/The-AnKorage

NORSE DAYS OF THE WEEK - Friday

Skál!

" Friday is either named after Frigg or Freya, the reason why it is unclear is that of conflicting sources. This is probably because some areas worshipped Frigg more than Freya and vise versa. "

Source: (Replace [DOT] with a .)
norse-mythology[DOT]net






pixelfed.social/p/The-AnKorage

NORSE DAYS OF THE WEEK - Tuesday

Skol!

" The God Tyr is associated with the day Tuesday and in the Scandinavian countries, Denmark, Norway, and Sweden, this day is called Tirsdag, so Tuesday is Tyr’s day. "

Skál!

Source: (Replace [DOT] with a .)
norse-mythology[DOT]net






pixelfed.social/p/The-AnKorage

NORSE DAYS OF THE WEEK - Wednesday

" The modern word “Wednesday” is named after Odin and it comes from the Germanic word Wotan which means “Odin” so Wednesday is “Odin’s day”. "

Source: (Replace [DOT] with a .)
norse-mythology[DOT]net

Skál!






pixelfed.social/p/The-AnKorage

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