A sjörå is a female water creature in Scandinavian folklore. "Sjö" means lake. "Rå" is a mythological being that is a keeper or warden of a particular location, such as lakes, forests or mountains. She is a shapeshifter and can take the form of a full grown human-like being, as well as a small fish-like creature.
Vordr- Norse myth: the Warden spirit. It follows a person's soul from birth to death. They can appear as a white flame or an apparition. Perceiving another's Warden can cause an itchy nose or hand. They can sometime go ahead of their person and reach their destination before them. When their person dies, they can become revenants; haunting their death site. They also guard very old trees.
In Norse Mythology, the Tradition of the Yule goat stretches back beyond recorded history. Originally it was the goat that was slaughtered for the feast, but came to be symbolized by a goat made of straw. Older version of Santa sometimes show him riding on a goat as he makes his rounds with gifts. Goats also pulled Thor’s chariot. When Thor slaughtered his goats to feed himself and his guests, he restored them to life the next day with the aid of his hammer.
Hábrók - According to Norse mythological sources, these enormous birds are the pinnacle of hawks that can be trained to hunt, because of their long claws and massive size. Very little is known about the lifestyle or habitat of these creatures, though some speculate that they may dwell in mountain territories due to large footprints found in these areas.