I thought that Odin's birds, Hugin and Munin, sat on a tree before me.
Two ravens, Hugin and Munin, whose names signify thought and memory, were Odin's constant companions.
I fear for Hugin, that he come not back, yet more anxious am I for Munin.
Their names were Hugin and Munin, and they came from the ends of the earth, where Odin sent them every morning.
Looking into their eyes, Odin saw the shadows and forebodings that Hugin and Munin told him of take shape and substance.
Hugin and Munin were Othin's attendant ravens who gave him information.
There was even a wise old raven, almost as large as a gander, whom Nils had christened Munin, after Odin's bird.