The principal group of benevolent deities in the Norse pantheon, representing power and war; opponents of the Vanir.
Other Word Forms of Sir
Origin of Sir
From Middle English sir, from Old French sire (“master, sir, lord"), from Latin senior (“older, elder"), from senex (“old"). Compare sire, signor, seignior, señor.
Middle English variant of sire sire sire
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From Old Norse æsir.
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