In reference to wealth compare the phrase audigr sem Njrdr—rich as Njord.
Njord was married to the Yotun woman, Skade, but was again separated from her.
Njord died on a bed of sickness, and before he died made himself be marked for Odin with the spear-point.
Frey, the son of Njord, rules over the seasons, and gives peace and good crops.
(h) In the myth, it is Njord himself who removes the obstacle, "Odin's great gate," placed in his way.
The Yotun Aeger rules over the towering waves, and lashes them into fury, until Njord again curbs them and bids them be still.
Njord is ruler of the sea, and can raise storms and calm the waves at his pleasure.
On Svea's throne he was followed by Njord, the progenitor of the race of Ynglings.
Njord took to wife Skadi, the daughter of the giant Thjassi.
She is the daughter of Njord, and was forsaken by her husband Odd, and is ever hoping for his return.