The Norse god Niord (Viking god Njord) is actually of the Vanir race that merged with the Aesir race. He was a very wealthy god that could give land and money to anyone he wanted. He seems to have been the god that controlled peoples prosperity and affluence.
He was originally the god of fertility, but that job was gradually passed over to his son the Norse god Freyr. According to Icelandic sources Niord is the god of the seas.
He’s married to the giant Skad, the daughter of Thiasi the giant. The gods had killed him and as a compensation they offered his daughter to marry one of the gods. She was only allowed to choose by looking at the legs of the gods. When she saw the most beautiful legs she was so sure that they belonged to Balder and made her choice.
But it turned out to be Niord and consequently they were married. Their marriage was not a happy one and each wanted to live in their land. In the end they went their separate ways. Skad returned to the land of the giants in the mountains and Niord to his land close to the sea.