Rune Symbol Associations and Meanings

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Rune Associations and Meanings

Runes can represent a letter as well as a word and in more modern times we have seen them being used for representing many different things with regards to spirituality.

Below are some of the most popular associations for the rune symbols covering colours, herbs, trees and gemstones.

Rune Associations

runename colour tree herb gemstone
Rune FEOH feoh light red elder nettle moss agate
Rune URUZ uruz dark green birch sphagnum moss carbuncle
Rune THURISAZ thurisaz bright red thorn houseleek sapphire
Rune ANSUZ ansuz dark blue ash fly agaric emerald
Rune RAIDO raido bright red oak mugwort chrysoprase
Rune KEN ken light red pine cowslip bloodstone
Rune GIFU gifu deep blue ash/elm heartsease opal
Rune WUNJO wunjo yellow ash flax diamond
Rune HAGALAZ hagalaz light blue ash/yew lily of the valley onyx
Rune NAUTHIZ nauthiz black beech bistort lapis lazuli
Rune ISA isa black alder henbane cats-eye
Rune JERA jera light blue oak rosemary cornelian
Rune EOH eoh dark blue yew mandrake topaz
Rune PEORTH peorth black beech aconite aquamarine
Rune EOHZ eohz gold yew aconite aquamarine
Rune SIGEL sigel white/silver juniper mistletoe ruby
Rune TYR tyr bright red oak sage coral
Rune BIRCA birca dark green birch lady's mantle moonstone
Rune EHWAZ ehwaz white oak/ash ragwort iceland spar
Rune MANNAZ mannaz deep red holly madder garnet
Rune LAGUZ laguz deep green willow leek pearl
Rune INGUZ inguz yellow apple self-heal amber
Rune DAEGAZ daegaz light blue spruce clary diamond
Rune ODAL odal deep yellow hawthorn clover ruby


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