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Skadi was a goddess of hunting and skiing in Norse mythology. She was married to Njord, and later married to Ull or Ullr. She married Njord because she was supposed to marry a god by looking at only the god's feet; she picked Njord because the sand had weathered his feet and Skadi thought he was Baldur.[1]

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  1. d'aulaire's book of norse mythology