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Sigyn

[ seg-in, -yn, see-gin, -gyn ]
/ ˈsɛg ɪn, -ün, ˈsi gɪn, -gün /
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noun
Scandinavian Mythology. wife of Loki, who held a cup over Loki after his imprisonment in order to spare him the pain of the drops of poison with which he was punished.
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