Þrymskviða

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Etymology[edit]

From Old Norse Þrymskviða.

Proper noun[edit]

Þrymskviða

  1. The Lay of Thrym; a book of the Poetic Edda.
    • (Can we date this quote?), Jón Ásgeirsson, Björn Björnsson, Anna Guðný Guðmundsdóttir, and Friðrik S. Kristinsson, Þrymskviða, final chorus, main title (self-published)
      Þrymskviða, final chorus
    • (Can we date this quote?), Margaret Clunies Ross, “Reading Þrymskviða, main title (self-published)
      “Reading Þrymskviða
    • (Can we date this quote?), John McKinnell, Myth as therapy: the usefulness of Þrymskviða., main title (self-published)
      Myth as therapy: the usefulness of Þrymskviða.
    • (Can we date this quote?), Revere D. Perkins, The Eyrarland image: Þrymskviða, stanzas 30–31., main title (self-published)
      The Eyrarland image: Þrymskviða, stanzas 30–31.
    • (Can we date this quote?), Jón Karl Helgason, “Þegi þú, Þórr!”: Gender, Class, and Discourse in Þrymskviða, main title (self-published)
      “Þegi þú, Þórr!”: Gender, Class, and Discourse in Þrymskviða
    • 1998 June 11, “rorik”, alt.religion.asatru (Google group): Discarding The Eddas (was:Re: Asatru/Norse Paganism):
      Do you dispute that there are plenty of Asatruar out there who can spout List at the drop of a rune, who couldn’t tell Þrymskviða from Vafþrúðnismál?
    • 2006 May 4, “Ceddie”, alt.religion.asatru (Google group): On Polyonomy:
      Now, William, notice the word “gifta”. A marriage was planned but you know what happened. Freyja was still in Ásgarð. Þrymskviða tells another story, much funnier, but there too the marriage was never consumed.
    • 2006 August 16, “Asvinr”, soc.religion.asatru (Google group): A Book Meili Recommended:
      Þrymskviða tells the myth of how the god Þórr had his hammer stolen by the giant Þrymr and how the gods managed to get it back by having Þórr dress up as the giant’s bride, while Völundarkviða narrates the master smith Völundr’s imprisonment by a tyrannous king, Niðuðr, and tells how he took his revenge on the king and his family.

Icelandic[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /ˈθrɪms.kʰvɪːða/
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Proper noun[edit]

Þrymskviða f

  1. Þrymskviða

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Old Norse[edit]

Proper noun[edit]

Þrymskviða f

  1. Þrymskviða