a cow, owned by Ymir and born like him from drops of the melting primeval ice: its licking of a mass of salty ice exposed the first god, Buri.
- Also Aud·hum·bla [oud-hoom-blah, -lah, -huhm-]. /ˈaʊd hʊm blɑ, -lɑ, -hʌm-/.
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How to use Audhumla in a sentence
Audhumla, the Cow, also played an essential part in Norse creation myth by revealing Buri – the ancestor of all Aesir Norse gods.
For a moment, he thought she had been destroyed, then she lurched into sight and went around the curvature of Audhumla.
From the cow Audhumla, formed at the same time, Ymir was nourished by four streams of milk.An Introduction to Mythology | Lewis Spence
By-and-by a giant came out of the dark north, and lay down upon the ice near Audhumla.The Heroes of Asgard | Annie Keary
"Nobody's going to be sticky about what happened on Audhumla," he told Trask.
Who tipped Dunnan off that the Victrix would be on Audhumla?