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Regin

[ rey-gin ]
/ ˈreɪ gɪn /
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noun (in the Volsunga Saga)
a smith, the brother of Fafnir, who raises Sigurd and encourages him to kill Fafnir in the hope of gaining the gold he guards.
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Regin
/ (ˈreɪɡɪn) /

noun
Norse myth a dwarf smith, tutor of Sigurd, whom he encouraged to kill Fafnir for the gold he guarded
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