Forseti [fawr-set-ee] ExamplesWord Origin noun Scandinavian Mythology.
- the god of justice, the son of Balder and Nanna.
Origin of Forseti Old Norse: literally, one who presides; compare Frisian Fositesland name for Helgoland Examples from the Web for forseti Historical Examples of forseti
Forseti is seldom mentioned except in connection with Balder.
H. A. Guerber
There Forseti dwells throughout all time, and every strife allays.
Saemund Sigfusson and Snorre Sturleson
Forseti, the son of Baldur, resembled his father in holiness and righteousness, was the upholder of eternal law.
S. W. Partington
This explanation would not hold of course if Fosite is to be identified with Forseti the son of Balder.
H. Munro Chadwick