Vár

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Vár is a goddess of promises and agreements in Norse mythology. She listens to people that make agreements with one another. She also punishes those that break their promises and contracts. Vár is described in the Poetic Edda and the Prose Edda. The contracts that Vár makes are called varar. Her name means 'pledge' or 'beloved'.