Origin of fulmar
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A sea-bird; the Procellaria glacialis, called also fulmar (which see).The Sailor's Word-Book|William Henry Smyth
The flesh of the Fulmar is also a favourite food with the St. Kildans, who like it all the better on account of its oily nature.
The fulmar follows their boat and causes a heavy gale to rise which almost upsets it.
Owing to the rankness of its food, the smell of the Fulmar is very offensive.
The story begins when the fulmar carries Sedna to his home and she discovers that he has brought her to a very wretched tent.