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Utgard-Loki

[oot-gahrd-loh-kee]
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noun Scandinavian Mythology.
  1. a Jotun appearing in the story of Thor's voyage to Utgard: at first disguised under another name (Skrymir).
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Examples from the Web for utgard-loki

Historical Examples

  • Then Utgard-Loki asked what the young man could do who accompanied Thor.

    Folk-Lore and Legends; Scandinavian

    Various

  • The midwife, without the ointment, is deceived like Thor by Utgard-Loki: nothing is as it appears to her.

    The Science of Fairy Tales

    Edwin Sidney Hartland

  • Utgard-Loki then came and ordered a table to be set for them, on which there was no lack either of victuals or drink.

  • Then Utgard-Loki asked Thor in what manner he would choose to give them a proof of the dexterity for which he was so famous.

  • Then Utgard-Loki came to them and ordered a table to be set for them having on it plenty of meat and drink.


British Dictionary definitions for utgard-loki

Utgard-Loki

noun
  1. Norse myth the giant king of Utgard
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