"Prior time", "now time" and "forward time" this is.... clever...
Isn't it frem like in frem og tilbake?
wiktionary says "frem" is an alternative form of "fram".
Clever meaning simple and straightforward unlike english right?
Urd, Belldandy and Skuld (Long life to "Oh my Goddess!" :)
I know the second one as Verthandi, but I guess it varies from source to source.
In Norway she goes by the name Verdande, but I suppose neither of them were catchy enough for a Japanese fantasy universe. ;)
tid som er nå, samtid
Is "nåtid" means present like gift?
No, "nåtid" means present as in the present time. Present/gift is "gave"