So off they dashed to Jotunheim, where Thrym was waiting and longing for his beautiful bride.
He is one of the giants, and he still watches his fountain in far-off Jotunheim.
Jotunheim itself lay there up north, breathing an icy-blue cold out over the world.
Then they sent to Jotunheim after the giantess whose name is Hyrrokken.
So perished Geirrd and his children, one of the wickedest families of giants that ever lived in Jotunheim.
Odin said that he would wager his head that so good a horse could not be found in Jotunheim.
He got the falcon-guise, flew north into Jotunheim, and came one day to the giant Thjasse.
"Send to Jotunheim for Hyrroken," he said at last; and a messenger was soon flying for that mighty giantess.
Know me to be of women lewdest, if with thee I drive to Jotunheim.
He raged like a madman, and threatened to pick up Valhalla like a toy house and carry it home with him to Jotunheim.