Eris sazun idisi, Once sat mother-goddesses
Phol ende Wodan Foal (= Balder's horse) and Wôôden
Wodan- Modern German would be Wuten, but usually "Wotan" is used; from Gothic "Wodans," "Master of those who are woð" (shamanically possessed), "Lord of the Shamans," from woð, "shamanically possessed, raving mad," and the ending "-an-" (often also "-en-"), "lord or master of." The religion of the ancient Germanic peoples centered around shamanism, the practice of undertaking "otherworld journeys" or "Near-Death Experiences" by a religious specialist. Hence the chief deity was the shaman in divine form.
Balder - Wodan's son, destined to die by a mistletoe dart and to spend the rest of time until the end of the world in the underworld of the dead.
Folla - "Fullness"; goddess of Plenty
Friia, from the Proto-Germanic verb *frijôn “to love”; - goddess of Love (of all sorts) and wife/consort of Wodan.
Sunna, "Sun" - goddess of the Sun and Light.
Sinthgunt (i.e., Sinþ-gunt, from Proto-Germanic *Sinþ-gund “Path of Battle”), - goddess of the Road to War.