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He asked him his name, and the man called himself Skrymir, — 'but I have no
need,' he said, 'to ask thee for thy name; I know that thou art Asa-Thor. But what?
Hast thou dragged away my glove ? ' Then Skrymir stretched out his hand and ...
"Thereupon Skrymir slept and snored hard, and Thor took the provision-bag and
set about to unloose it; but such things must be told as will seem incredible: he
got no knot loosened and no thong-end stirred, so as to be looser than before.
Skrymir took the provision-bag and cast it on his back, and turned from them
across the forest; and it is not recorded that the jEsir bade him god-speed. XL VI. "
Thor turned forward on his way, and his fellows, and went onward till mid-day.
Skirnir, Freyr's messenger, 43, 44. 48, 49. 79. Skjaldun. See SkjOldr. SkjOldr or
Skjaldun, legendary king of Denmark, 7, 8, 161, 230. SkjOldungs, Danish dynasty
, reputed to have sprung from SkjOldr, son of Odin, 8, 230, 232. Skrymir, a giant ...
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