noun Scandinavian Mythology.
Origin of Jotun
Examples from the Web for jotun
Historical Examples of jotun
"No such purpose had I," the Jotun said with a touch of surliness.
The Jotun's voice rumbled hideously as he talked into his goblet.
They might have served for a table, or maybe a stool, for a Jotun.King Alfred's Viking
Charles W. Whistler
The next instant, she even drew a little clink from one of the Jotun's silver buttons.
Her father—Fridtjof—the Jotun—the battle—Her ears were dinned with terrible noises; her eyes were seared by terrible pictures.
Word Origin for Jotun
1842, a word revived from Old Norse jotunn (see ettin).