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- Name Origin: Old Norse
- Other Names: [unknown]
- Principal Race/“Family” Designation: presumably Jǫtnar
- God of: possibly prosperity; possibly good luck
- Associations: [unknown]
- Epithets: [unknown]
- Mythological Possessions: [unknown]
- Dwellings: [unknown]
- Family: Father: Naglfari; Mother: Nótt; Siblings: Dagr, Jǫrð (half-siblings)
On the Relationship Between Auðr and Jörð: In Skáldskaparmál, Jǫrð is referred to as “sister of Auðr.”
On the Gender of Auðr: “Auðr” is attested as a female name in other Icelandic sources besides the Prose Edda.
On Naglfari’s Dearth of Historical Attestations: Rudolf Simek theorizes that Naglfari is an invention of Snorri based on the fact that the only known attestation of Naglfari appears in the Prose Edda.
- Simek, Rudolf, and Angela Hall. Dictionary of Northern Mythology. Woodbridge: D. S. Brewer, 2007.
- Sturluson, Snorri. Edda. c. 1220. MS.
 Snorri Sturluson. Edda. c. 1220. MS.
 Rudolf Simek, and Angela Hall. Dictionary of Northern Mythology. Woodbridge: D. S. Brewer, 2007.