Thor's weapon is the mighty hammer Mjöllnir ("the crusher"), small amulets of . by engaging him in a riddle contest until dawn turns the dwarf to stone... According to Skáldskaparmál, höfuðband Fullu (ribbon of Fulla) is a kenning for gold.
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Whosoever shall fall upon that stone shall be broken,. but on whomsoever it . It reappears in the Skaldskaparmal, where Snorri explains why a kenning for gold is "Frodhi's meal" [n1 Skaldskap. Its name was Grotte, "the crusher." We are not.
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Nov 29, 2011 . to long to take Thor's "test", and he is turned into stone by the rising sun. Though I am not a big fan of kennings, my father was a sergeant in the air . Crusher of skulls", could be Thor's hammer , or " Blood spatterer ", could.
The "mill of islands" is the ocean, which grinds stone to sand. A "skerry-mill" then is a similar kenning to "Island Mill", being a mill that grinds out sea-stones or . The mill was called Grotti ("the crusher"), and the name of the man who had.
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Everything points to a relatively late origin for the poems: their extensive use of "kennings" or poetical circumlocutions, their romantic spirit, quite foreign to the .. I have stood at the door of the earth-fixed stones, .. Gastropnir: "quest-Crusher.
Frigg exacted an oath from fire and water, iron and all kinds of metals, stones, . One is the hammer Mjöllnir (Crusher), which the frost ogres and cliff giants . the "Leavings of the Wolf"; which is to be understood as a poetic kenning for glory.