jera/jeraz/jara (archived version)

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Literal meaning



“Y” as in “year” (i.e., “J” in Germanic languages)


Cycles, progress, plenty, peace, lasting change, time, understanding the cyclic nature of the universe, patience, fertile season, prosperity, success, troubles receding, marriage, procreation, union of opposites, reward


Some sources say there is no myrkr/reverse interpretations for jera. Some disagree. Following are possible myrkr interpretations.

Conflict, regression, repetition, stagnation, wrong timing, rushing, reaping what was sown

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