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Then Odin shall ride to Mimir's Well and take counsel of Mimir for himself and his
host. Then the Ash of Ygg- drasill shall tremble, and nothing then shall be without
fear in heaven or in earth. Then shall the iEsir put on their war-weeds, and all ...
Thus sang Viga-Glumr: With the Hanged-God's helmet The hosts have. to the one
-armed God of War ; but, especially in compounds, it has the sense of God, the
God, and is usually applied to Odin. The compounds mentioned here by Snorri ...
Thus sang Viga-Glumr: With the Hanged-God's helmet The hosts have ceased
from going By the brink; not pleasant The bravest held the venture. Thus sang
Refr: Oft the Gracious One came to me At the holy cup of the Raven-God; The
king of ...
Thus sang Einarr Tinkling-Scale: 'T is mine to pour the liquor Of the Host-God's
mead-cask freely Before the ships' swift Speeder: For this I win no scorning. Thus
sang Ulfr Uggason: His steed the lordly Heimdallr Spurs to the pyre gods builded
Thoralfr sang this: The Mighty One of Hlidskjalf Spake his mind unto them Where
the hosts of fearless Harekr were slaughtered. Thus sang Eyvindr: The mead
which forth From Surtr's sunk dales The Strong-through-spells Swift-flying bore.
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