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Hildisvíni is in Norse mythology, is a large boar (literally "battle boar") that the goddess Freya uses from time to time as a mount, as she usually uses a chariot pulled by cats.


Hildisvíni is also the name of King Áli's helmet, taken from rival King Adils following the ice battle at Lake Vänern: on that helmet is effigy of a boar, which, according to the Beowulf saga, would act as a guardian to the warrior wearing it.

Among the Old Norse, the boar was considered an omen for protection and a symbol of fertility.