Alternative names: lagus, lago, logr, lagaz, lagu
Sound: “L” as in “lake”
Associated Concepts and Interpretations
Realm of the spiritual and imagination
Transition between life and death
Associated Rune Poems
(as translated by Bruce Dickins, 1915; public domain)
A number of interpretations are derived from the various runic poems and those associated with this rune (where available) are included below for further consideration.
ᛚ Lǫgr er, fællr ór fjalle foss; en gull ero nosser
ᛚ Logr A waterfall is a River which falls from a mountain-side; but ornaments are of gold
ᛚ Lögr er vellanda vatn ok viðr ketill ok glömmungr grund. lacus lofðungr
Lögr - Water Eddying stream and broad geyser and land of the fish
ᛚ Lagu byþ leodum langsum geþuht, gif hi sculun neþan on nacan tealtum and hi sæyþa swyþe bregaþ and se brimhengest bridles ne gym[eð]
Lagu The ocean seems interminable to men, if they venture on the rolling bark and the waves of the sea terrify them and the courser of the deep heed not its bridle
last updated: 26 jan 2022
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