masculine Hambe

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Name Root:
*arnu- / *arô bjǫrn > Arnbjǫrn
This name derives from the Old Norse “Arnbjǫrn,” composed of two elements: “*arnu- / *arô” (eagle), plus “bjǫrn” (bear, wild animal). The eagle is a symbol of strength and death in Norse mythology. The eagle was also an image of the battle-field, for it often ate at the dead bodies. An eagle was one of the three birds of Odin, and the other two were ravens, who was the god of death, among other things. Odin is often pictured with an eagle.


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