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    Sáivu can mean various things, but is often linked to another world and the beings which live there.

    In south Sámi areas, saajve-vaerieh is the term used for the holy mountains, also called the “heritage mountains”. The spirits which inhabit these mountains are called saajve or saajve-ĺlmaj (sáivu people). It was these spirits which taught the noaidi.

    Sáivu has also been used to describe lakes or tarns with a double bottom. On the other side of the lake bottom lay the sáivu realm, where everything was bigger and better than in the world of people.

    The fish in a sáivu lake were especially fine and fat, but could be difficult to catch. In pre-Christian times offerings were often made to sieidi in many sáivu lakes.

    Bäckman, Louise, 1975: Sájva.

    Sávja/Sáivu. Govva/Foto: Mihkku Solbakk