|Subject:||Re: Because, in Norse mythology,...|
|Author:||Lady Seashell (Authenticated as Lady Seashell)|
|Date:||August 7, 2009 at 6:48:24 PM|
|Reply to:||Because, in Norse mythology,... by Dragon_Clarinet|
I might be wrong, but I thought Odin was the chief god, not Thor. And besides, in Greece, there were plenty of Apollo-names and Hera-names.
My guess is that it's because among some ancient Norse people, Thor was the most popular god, being the honsest, hardworking blacksmith he was.
Or maybe it was simpler than that; maybe it was just that "Thor" was only one syllable and was easier to combind phrases to. Just my two cents. :-)
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