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Asatruar (plural Asatruars or Asatruar)

  1. An adherent of Asatru.
    • 2011, Selene Silverwind, The Everything Paganism Book: Discover the Rituals, Traditions, and Festivals of This Ancient Religion[1]:
      Breaking an oath is the worst thing an Asatruar can do.
    • 2020, Mathias Nordvig, Ásatrú for Begginers: A Modern Heathen's Guide to the Ancient Northern Way, page 33:
      Many modern Ásatrúar worship her [Eir] for good health and healing.
    • 2020, Morgan Daimler, Pagan Portals - Thor, page 46:
      This [Thor's hammer] is a very popular item today, worn by modern Heathen and Asatruar as symbols of their faith in the Norse Gods but it has roots int he pagan past.

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