Here are some definitions that I wanted to clear up about the 24 alphabets gods. The word “Aesir” can mean gods and goddesses who belong to the tribe of gods living in Asgard. However, more precisely, “Aesir” is plural for the gods, where as an Aesir god may be referred to as “As”. While the Aesir goddesses were known as “Asynior” or “Asyniur”.
The singular form of Asyniur is called “Asynia”. Similarly, the “Vanir” was a tribe of gods, who lived in Vanaheim, while a single Vanir is called a “Van”. See Aesir or Vanir for a listing of the deities. The Nine Worlds has already been listed in the Norse Creation.
I have listed it again, so that you may find information more easily. World of the giants and frost-giants. World of fire and the fire-giant, home of the giant Surt. World of the ice and that of the dead, which is also known as Hel. The following list, show the palace or hall of the Aesir gods and goddesses. Most of these homes are within the walls of Asgard. Freyr, as prince of the elves, has his home in Alfheim, which is the world of the elves.
The hall that contained his throne, Hlidskjalf. The hall of the slain heroes, who waits for the coming of Ragnarok. The palace, which no one can enter without the permission of her attendant, Fulla. The palace had 540 apartments, and the hall is called Bilskirnir.