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Gleipnir

[ gleyp-nir ]
/ ˈgleɪp nɪr /
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noun Scandinavian Mythology.
a bond with magic properties, forged by elves, and used by the gods to bind Loki.
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Origin of Gleipnir

<Old Norse, perhaps derivative of gleipa to scorn, sneer
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