Today's god-names are Germanic, a family of mythology that includes Norse, Anglo-Saxon, and of course, ancient German.
- Bragi (BRAHG-ee, Norse)--god of poetry
- Delling (DEL-ling, Norse)--father of the day, poss. god of the dawn
- Donar (DON-ar, Germanic)--god of thunder, healing, protector of mankind. Norse equivalent is Thor.
- Freyr (FRAYR, Norse)--god of sunshine, rain, & fertility. Also written as Frey.
- Odin (OH-din, Norse)--god of war, poetry, death, & wisdom (among others). Anglo-Saxon equivalent is Woden; Germanic is Wodan or Wotan.
- Tyr (TYUR or TEERH, Norse)--god of combat & justice. Anglo-Saxon equivalent is Tiw; Germanic is Ziu.
- Eir (AYRH, Norse)--healing goddess. Modern form is Eira.
- Ostara (OS-tah-rah, Germanic)--poss. goddess of dawn, or goddess of spring. Anglo-Saxon form is Eostre, from which the holiday Easter gets its name.
- Freyja (FRAY-yah, Norse)--goddess of love, war, beauty, & fertility (among others). Modern form is Freya.
- Iðunn (ee-THUN [th like in 'that'], Norse)--goddess of youth. Modern form is Idun. Anglicized as Idunn or Ithun.
- Saga (SAH-gah, Norse)--goddess of poetry & history. Possibly another name for major goddess Frigg.
- Siv (SEEV, Norse)--earth goddess. Also spelled Sif.
- Skaði (SKAH-thee [th like in 'that'], Norse)--goddess of mountains & hunting. Anglicized as Skadi or Skathi.
- Sól (SOHL, Norse)--sun goddess. Germanic equivalent is Sunna.
- Vár (VAHR, Norse)--goddess of oaths & promises. Also written as Vór.
- Verðandi (ver-THAHN-dee [th like in that], Norse)--one of the three goddesses of destiny, the others being Urðr & Skuld. Anglicized as Verdandi or Verthandi.
- Vör (VURH, Norse)--goddess of wisdom.
Names derived from deities:
- Andor (AHN-dor)--Norwegian, "Thor's eagle"
- Tollak (TOL-lak)--Norwegian, "Thor's play"
- Tore (TOO-reh)--Scandinavian, "Thor's warrior". Variants include Thore & Ture.
- Tormod (TOR-mod)--Norwegian, "Thor's mind"
- Torsten (TOR-sten)--Norwegian, "Thor's stone". Variants include Thorsten (Swedish, Danish) & Torsti (Finnish)
- Torvald (TOR-vald)--Scandinavian, "Thor's ruler"
- Idonea (ih-DOHN-ee-ah)--English, from Iðunn. Variant is Idony.
- Inga (EEN-gah)--Scandinavian, from Germanic fertility god Ing. Variants include Inka.
- Ingrid (EEN-grid)--Scandinavian, German; "beautiful Ing". Variants include Inger (Scandinavian) & Inkeri (Finnish).
- Thora (THOR-ah)--Scandinavian, from Thor
- Toril (TOR-il)--Norwegian, "Thor's battle"
- Tyra (TYE-rah or TEE-rah)--Scandinavian, from Thor