Vali

[n] - (Norse mythology) one of the Aesir and avenger of Balder
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Vali

noun (Norse mythology) one of the Aesir and avenger of Balder; son of Odin
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Vali

Vali is a Romanian boy name. The meaning of the name is `Strength, Valor` The name Vali doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Vali seems to be unique!
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Vali

In Norse mythology, Vali was the youngest of Odin's sons. His mother was the giantess Rind and he was born for the express purpose of avenging Balder's death - since the gods could not kill one of their own. When he was only one night old, he killed Hodur. He will be one of the seven Aesir to survive the ragnarok.
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Vali

Vali or Wali can refer to: ==Gods== ==People== Iranian Kurdish academic ...
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Vali

[Ramayana] In the Hindu epic Ramayana, the vanara Vali was king of Kishkindha, a son of Indra and the elder brother of Sugriva. He was killed by Rama, an Avatar of Vishnu. Vali (वालि, nominative singular of the root वालिन् Valin) is also known as Bali in several Indian languages. His other names include Subali, Balya, Yu...
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