Njörun (Norse: Njǫrun) was a little-known (presumably Vanir) goddess of Norse mythology, attested only in the Edda in Prose and in some kenningar of the Poetic Edda. Scholars believe that her name is etymologically related to the male god Njörðr and the proto-Germanic Nerthus and that she could be the personification of the earth or Njörðr's sister-wife.
In Snorri's Edda Njörun is enumerated in the list of the Aesir, but no other information is given about her. Other attestations of the name recur in kenningar denoting women, found in the Krákumál, Íslendinga saga, Njáls saga, and Harðar saga, and in works by other poets. Examples of kenningar are Eld-Njörun (Njörun of fire) and Draum-Njörun (Njörun of dream).