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Then Loki wagered his head with the dwarf called Brokkr that Brokkr's brother
Sindri could not make three other precious things equal in virtue ... Brokkr blow,
and did not cease work until he took out of the hearth that which he had laid
Next, he laid gold in the hearth and bade Brokkr blow and cease not from his
blast until he should return. He went out; but again the fly came and settled on
Brokkr's neck, and bit now half again as hard as before; yet he blew even until the
'Take me, then,' quoth Loki; but when Brokkr would have laid hands on him, he
was a long way off. Loki had with him those shoes with which he ran through air
and over water. Then the dwarf prayed Thor to catch him, and Thor did so.
Breidablik, the abode of Baldr, 31, 36. Brimir, a hall, 82. Brisinga-men, Freyja's
necklace, 46, 113, 114, 129, 132. Brokkr, a dwarf, 145. Brunnakr's brook, 1 32.
Brynhildr, 155, 156. See Hildr. Budli, son of Halfdan, father of Atli and Brynhildr,
Ivaldi, a dwarf, father of Brokkr and Sindri, 56, 145. Jafnharr, poetic name for Odin
, 15-18, 20, 27, 33, 34,57. Jalangr's Heath, 161. Jalkr, a name of Odin, 34.
Jarizleifr, a Russian king, 1016- 1054, 202. Jarnsaxa, a giantess, 118, 129, 215.
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