Mnism

Some articles on mnism:

Freyr - Poetic Edda - Grímnismál
... Grímnismál, a poem which largely consists of miscellaneous information about the gods, mentions Freyr's abode ... Grímnismál 5, GJ's edition Alfheim the gods to Frey gave in days of yore for a tooth-gift ... Grímnismál 5, Thorpe's translation A tooth-gift was a gift given to an infant on the cutting of the first tooth ...
List Of Valkyrie Names In Norse Mythology - Valkyrie Names
... GrímnismálAppears in some manuscripts of Grímnismál in place of the valkyrie name Geirölul Geiravör "Spear-vör" Nafnaþulur Geirdriful "Spear-flinger" Nafnaþulur ... Grímnismál, Nafnaþulur Geirskögul "Spear-skögul" (see Skögul entry below) Hákonarmál, Völuspá, Nafnaþulur Göll "Tumult" or "noise, battle" Grímnismál, Nafnaþulur G ...
Dáinn, Dvalinn, Duneyrr And Duraþrór - Theories
... Many scholars, following Sophus Bugge, believe that stanzas 33 and 34 of Grímnismál are of a later origin than those surrounding them ... This is consistent with stanza 35 of Grímnismál, which mentions only one hart Grímnismál 35 Askr Yggdrasils drýgir erfiði meira enn menn viti hiörtr bitr ofan, en ... Eikþyrnir, mentioned earlier in Grímnismál ...
Grímnismál
... Grímnismál (Sayings of Grímnir) is one of the mythological poems of the Poetic Edda ... not part of the original oral versions of Grímnismál ...
Svalinn
... It is attested in Grímnismál Svalinn heitir, hann stendr sólu fyrir, skjöldr, skínanda goði björg ok brim, ek veit, at brenna skulu, ef hann fellr í frá ... Grímnismál 38, Guðni Jónsson's edition Svalin the shield is called, which stands before the sun, the refulgent deity rocks and ocean must, I ween, be burnt, fell it from its place ... Grímnismál 38, Thorpe's translation ...