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In Norse mythology, Ull ("glory") was a son of Sif thought not by her husband, Thor, and the god of justice, archery, skiing, agriculture and dueling. He lived in a hall called Ydalir. He married Skadi after she divorced Niord

Alternative: Vuldr, Ulr (New Norse)

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