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Þórsdrápa The Song of Thunder

Eilífr Goðrúnarson [ca. 1000] 1.The Father of the Ocean Rope233 [Loki] commenced to urge from his home

the Bane [Thor]of the Fate-Web [life]

 

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Author:Kvilhaug, Maria [Kvilhaug, Maria]

Language: eng

Format: azw

Publisher: UNKNOWN

Published: 2018-01-17T16:00:00+00:00
Þórsdrápa The Song of Thunder

Eilífr Goðrúnarson [ca. 1000] 1.The Father of the Ocean Rope233 [Loki] commenced to urge from his home

the Bane [Thor]of the Fate-Web [life]

of the Gods of the Sheer Cliffs [the giants]. Loptr [Air =Loki] was great at being a liar, not at all loyal: The Challenger of the Wits [Loki] of the War-Thunder Man [Thor]

said that green, safe roads

led towards where Red Spear’s

Walls´ Horse [house] is.

1.Flugstalla réð Felli

Fjörnets Goða at hvetja, Drjúgr var Loptr at ljúga, Lögseims Faðir heiman. Geðreynir kvað grænar Gauts Herþrumubrautir

vilgi tryggr til Veggjar

Viggs Geirröðar liggja.

2.Hard-headed Thor did not let

the Vulture-Path [Loki] ask many times for him to make the journey;

They were eager to test the Descendants of Thorn234 [giants], when the Tamer [Thor] of Magic Bay’s Girdle [Middle World Serpent], more powerful than the Scots [giants] of Iði’s235 Settlement [of the Ocean],

again set out from the realm of

the Third236 [Óðinn’s realm = Ásgarð] towards Ymsi’s237 kindred [giants].

2.Geðstrangr of lét göngu Gammleið Þórr skömmum fýstusk þeir at þrýsta

Þorns Niðjum, sik biðja þá er Gjarðvenjuðr görðisk Gandvíkr, skotum ríkri, endr til Ymsa kindar,

Iðja Setrs frá Þriðja

233 Ocean Rope: Lögseim = Middle World Serpent 234 Thorn=Þorn: the name means “thorn” or else something sharp which sting, a buckle with a needle, , or else something that is cooling or drying. In this context, it obviously refers to some giant, since all giants may be known by the name of another, or by kinship to another giant. Thorn is otherwise unknown. 235Iði is the name of a giant, one of Ölvaldi´s [“Ale Ruler´s”] three sons in Skáldskaparmál 1, brother to Þiazi [“Slave-Binder”] [see chapter 1]. His name may be derived from the same root word as makes the name of Iðunn and the Iðavellir [“The fields of the iðs”], íðr meaning a stream that separates from the main stream and returns towards the water source. However, the name Iði could also be related to the verb iða, to work hard, move towards something. The “settlement” of this hard-working, moving, streaming, contrary, source-returning being is a metaphor for the ocean in Old Norse poetry. “Scots” are here a metaphor for giants, as all foreign competing peoples could be applied in poetry to generally mean adversaries. 236Þriði «Third» = Óðinnsheiti [a heiti – nickname- for Óðinn]. His realm is Ásgarð/Valhalla. 237Ymsi is a giant otherwise unknown in the sources. The word is related to modern Norwegian ymse, meaning “varied”, “different”, “diverse” or “several”, from Old Norse ýmiss/ímiss which means “varied”, “alternately”, “taking turns” more spesifically suggesting that within something/someone, there is an inner, mutual movement of sides taking turn, alternating from one quality to another [from Old Germanic *missa]. It is also possible that it is a variant of the first world giant Ymir from whose physical body the physical universe is shaped. His name is derived from ýmr = “sound”, “murmur”and ymta = to suggest, speak carefully, to hint. His “kindred” would be a metaphor for the giant race.

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