Meaning : Trickster God, Mischievous,
Pronunciation : LO-kee , LOCK ee,
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Numerology information Loki:
Name Number: 2 Meaning: Partnership, Sense, Other, Passive, Assistance, Acceptance, Intimacy, Peace
Additional information Loki:
Loki is an uncommon boy's name of Old Norse origin. In the Old Norse mythology, Loki was the mischievous troublemaker in the Norse pantheon of Gods.
Meaning unknown, possibly derived from the Indo-European root *leug meaning "to break". In Norse legend Loki was a trickster god associated with magic and fire. Over time he became more and more evil, and he was eventually chained to a rock by the other gods.
Definition funny of Loki:
Loki is the Norse God of trickery, mischief, and change; a major character in Norse Mythology. Blood-brother of Odin and traveling companion and friend of Thor; his wife’s name is Sigyn, his children’s names are Hel, Fenris, Jormungandr, Vali, Narfi and Sleipnir. Loki is pleasing and handsome in appearance according to the Eddas. He is renown for his cleverness and for helping the Gods out after he has gotten them into trouble as well as his great ability to make them laugh and cheer them up. He has domain over fire, and is a master magician, conjurer as well as shape-shifter (In some cases changing gender). Loki is bisexual, having sexual relations with both male and female in mythology. Bearing in mind Loki’s dark side as well as his good one, he is most valuable as a witty, entertaining friend, and a God to call upon. Loki is not an evil malevolent being or the Norse version of Satan or some fallen angel. The later influence of Christianity on Norse culture resulted in changing the mythology portraying Loki as evil incarnate. This is not uncommon, Christianity often demonizes other religions gods. Loki represents both our divine intelligence and also free will whereby we can choose for good or ill, and if we make a mistake to correct it. He typifies the human mind: on one hand clever, foolish, immature; on the other hand, he personifies the elevating, aspiring traits in human intelligence. Loki is still worshiped today and one who worships or is dedicated to Loki as their primary God is called a Lokean. Compare to Odinist. In pop culture: Loki is a supervillian in Marvel comics. Loki is a hero in Valhalla comic books. Loki is a character on Mario and Luigi video games. Loki is a character in the movie Domga Loki is the spirit who inhabits the mask in the movie, “The Mask”. Loki is a main character in the novel “American Gods”. In Star Gate SG-1 Loki is a renegade Asgard who is responsible of many alien abductions in which he genetically experiments with human DNA in order to try and solve his races genetic degradation that is caused by excessive cloning. The dog star, Sirius, is referred to as "Lokabrenna."
Times change, Gods change - why not honor Loki?
Loki is the best god in all of the pantheons. It's a fact.
Loki is the god of mischief.
Loki is the Norse Trickster god (originally a Jotun till he became Odin Allfather's blood-brother). He plays some part in Ragnarok, the end of the world in Viking myth. For this reason he is often interpreted as a Satan figure. Also, the only reason anyone knows any Norse myths is because of the Eddas, two writings on them. One was by Snorri Sturulson, and that writing is deeply influenced by Christianity. In Pagan beliefs, the end of the world is often seen as one being followed by renewal; it was seen differently by the pagans, and so Christian interpretation is, alas, inherently wrong. Most Wiccans and other modern-day Pagans choose not to pray to Loki. He is the god of change, often change that is very necessary, hard to get through, and unwelcome at the time. Usually Loki's lessons are full of mischief, but the overall meaning is good-natured and helpful. Loki is also, from a different perspective, a distinctly fey god. While the other Norse gods were all unchanging and fixed, as pagan gods usually are, Loki is the exact opposite, and it is well known that he did not come from Asgard as the Aesir did. Faeries, or fairies, are both destructive and constructive, being nature spirits, and Loki is very much the same. He both can and cannot be trusted. It depends very much on how anyone who prays to him interprets him, for he will appeal to that nature. "Watch what you wish for" applies to him in this case, for you will get what you want and find later that you shouldn't have wanted it. Loki should not be confused with Satan; Satan represents destruction without cease. While Loki too is associated with fire, Loki's representation of it is the sort of fire that ravages a landscape and then allows many plants to grow there; the sort of destruction that makes way for a new beginning. The true Norse Satan figure is most likely Surtr, whose flaming sword, when drawn, signifies the end of the world. He comes from a land of eternal flame. Loki is also an in-between god--not homosexual or transexual, but a shape-changer, who has spent time in the form of both a man and a woman, and has borne children. If he were pangender and/or pansexual, no one would be surprised. Androgyny and the telling of truth through lies (and jokes and parodies) are his domain. However, he dislikes being untrue to yourself to fit in. He is traditionally supposed to have auburn hair. In the Tudor Humphries illustrations in Michael Harrison's 'The Doom of the Gods', he is shown in motley jester pants, harkening to his Trickster nature. He is known as the "Father of Lies", among other things, but is not malicious. Loki's first wife's name was Angrboda, and she bore three children: Fenrir, the oldest, was a giant wolf who killed Odin (blood brother to Loki and ruler of all the gods) in Ragnarok; the youngest was Jormungand, the Midgard serpent was a serpent who circled the world on the bottom of the ocean, devouring his own tail (an oroboros); he destroyed Thor (the Norse Zeus and Loki's constant companion). The middle child's name was Hel, which means death. Her lower body was that of a corpse, though her upper half was living. She rules Niflheim, or Helheim. Loki's second wife's name was Sigyn, and not much about her is known. They had two children, Vali and Narfi. When Loki was finally punished (in a manner similar to the crucifixion of Jesus), Vali was turned into a wolf and allowed to tear out Narfi's entrails, which were used to bind Loki to three stones. Skadi put a snake up above him and allowed the poison to drip onto his face. Sigyn held a bowl beneath it, to catch it; but whenever it became full, she had to turn away and empty it, and then the poison fell into his face. Loki is more or less a nature god, not one of destruction; he is associated with the seasons and other natural changes, and like Mother Nature is unpredictable, playful, and sometimes dangerous. When prayed to it must be made clear afterwards that he is dismissed, otherwise the pagan has only himself to blame when he cannot find two matching socks the next morning. His holiday is, fittingly, April Fool's Day.
Back before it came out in print again, I wanted a copy of Susan Kay's 'Phantom'. Since Erik wears a mask, and Loki's all about masks, I prayed to him to convince my dad to shell out 55 dollars on a used copy. Shortly afterward he ordered it, we walked into a bookstore, and I thought, "It would be really funny if I found that book here." Unfortunately, we did, and bought it--for 50 cents! When a month later I heard it was coming back into print by popular demand, I knew Loki was dancing up in the clouds, laughing hysterically and my mortal stupidity. If I'd been patient, I would have got in good time, but Loki believes in everyone getting their wishes. (True story.)
The Norse God of mischief. Also the villain in the movie "The Avengers" played by Tom Hiddleson that has completely taken over Tumblr as a whole and has turned previous fangirls of other media into Loki-serving mindless slaves. Also another word for "troll" due to said event.
Songs about Loki:
The Trial of Loki by Brian Tyler from the Album Thor: The Dark World (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) [+digital booklet]
Loki God of Fire by Manowar from the Album Gods of War
Loki The Joker (Original Mix) by Will Clovens from the Album Will Clovens
Shadows of Loki by Brian Tyler from the Album Thor: The Dark World (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) [+digital booklet]
Loki Combat by David Buckley from the Album Call of Duty: Ghosts
Devil's Playground (feat. Devious, Loki & Tall Cann G) by Brotha Lynch Hung from the Album Uthanizm
Close To The Stars (Matt Loki Remix) by Fabio XB from the Album Close To The Stars
Books about Loki:
Loki by Mike Vasich (Feb 2, 2011)
The Paranormal 13 (13 free books featuring witches, vampires, werewolves, mermaids, psychics, Loki, time travel... by Christine Pope, K.A. Poe, Cate Dean and Nadia Scrieva (Oct 12, 2014)
I Bring the Fire Part I : Wolves (A Loki Story) by C. Gockel (Jan 2, 2014)
Loki by Bryan Wilton and Karen M.P. Carlson (Mar 9, 2014)
Loki: Agent of Asgard Volume 1: Trust Me by Al Ewing and Lee Garbett (Sep 2, 2014)
Loki Agent of Asgard #5 (2014)
Loki's Path (The Angel Saga's Book 1) by Christine Byrne (Jul 3, 2012)
Movies about Loki:
Mythical Detective Loki Ragnarok 2005 NR CC - Directed by: Anime Network
Thor & Loki: Blood Brothers Season 1 [HD] 2011 TV-MA CC - Directed by: Robert Rodi
The Mythical Detective Loki 2013 NR CC - Runtime: 1 hr 3 mins Starring: Alison Lees Taylor, et al. Directed by: Keiji Korogi
Marvel Knights: Thor & Loki Blood Brothers 2011 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 12 mins Starring: Daniel Thorn and David Blair Directed by: Joel Gibbs and Mark Cowart
Mythical Detective Loki Ragnarok, Vol. 4: Destiny's Children 2006 Unrated - Runtime: 1 hr 40 mins
Mythical Detective Loki Ragnarok, Vol. 5 - Sisters of Fury 2006 Unrated - Runtime: 1 hr 40 mins
Mythical Detective Loki Ragnarok + Series Box 2005 Unrated - Runtime: 1 hr 40 mins
Wiki information Loki:
Loki is a fictional character, a supervillain that appears in comic books by Marvel Comics. He is the adoptive brother and archenemy of Thor. He is based on the being of the same name from Norse mythology. The character first appeared historically in...
In Norse mythology, Loki, Loptr, or Hveðrungr is a god or jötunn. Loki is the son of Fárbauti and Laufey, and the brother of Helblindi and Býleistr. By the jötunn Angrboða, Loki is the father of Hel, the wolf Fenrir, and the world serpent...