Aesir[a′sir′, ē′-, ā′-]
Aesir definition by Webster's New World
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Norse Myth. the principal gods and goddesses, including Odin, Thor, Balder, Loki, Frigg, and Tyr
Origin: Old Norse plural of ass, a god, akin to Old English os: see Oscar
Aesir definition by American Heritage Dictionary
plural noun Mythology
The Norse gods.
Origin: Old Norse, pl. of āss, god; see ansu- in Indo-European roots.