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Donar:

see ThorThor
, Germanic Donar
, Norse god of thunder. An ancient and highly revered divinity, Thor was the patron and protector of peasants and warriors. As a god of might and war he was represented as extremely powerful and fearless, occasionally slow-witted, armed with a
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Donar

god of thunder; corresponds to Thor. [Ger. Myth.: Leach, 321]
See: Thunder
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