noun Scandinavian Mythology.
Origin of Jotun
Examples from the Web for jotun
Flew then Loki—the plumage rattled—until he came beyond the Æsir's dwellings, and came within the Jotun's land.
If with a far-famed spear-armed Jotun thou words exchangest, of words and wit to thy mindful heart abundance shall be given.
In Tholley dwells that Thurs, that dog-wise Jotun, of all rock-dwellers the worst: he is a fitting man for thee.
Then were three oxen taken, and the Jotun bade them forthwith be boiled.
The Jotun's voice rumbled hideously as he talked into his goblet.The Ward of King Canute|Ottilie A. Liljencrantz
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Word Origin for Jotun
Word Origin and History for jotun
1842, a word revived from Old Norse jotunn (see ettin).