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"Odin sought a night's lodging with the giant who is £allci_Baugi, Sjitturgr's.
Jbrother. Baugi bewailed his husbandry, saying that his nine thralls had killed
one another, and declared that he had no hope of workmen. Odin 94 PROSE
Odin called himself Bolverkr in Baugi's presence; he offered to undertake nine
men's work for Baugi, and demanded for his wages one drink of Suttungr's Mead.
Baugi declared that he had no control whatever over the mead, and said that ...
... 115, 119, 129, 174. "Baldr's Brow," a plant, 36. Baleygr, a name of Odin, 34.
Barrey, 49. Baugi, a giant, brother of Sut- tungr, 94, 95. Bedvig, 7. Beigudr, one of
Hrolfr Kraki's berserks, 171. Beimar, 233. Beimuni, a legendary king, 233. Beldeg
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