Skirnir

[skeer-nir]

Origin of Skirnir

< Old Norse Skírnir, equivalent to skír(r) bright, clear (cf. sheer1) + -nir noun suffix
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Historical Examples of skirnir

  • One of the maidens opened the door and Skirnir entered Gymer's dwelling.

  • "I shall bring the maid to you," said Skirnir the Venturesome.

  • He drew the magic sword from his belt and he placed it in Skirnir's hand.

  • He thought upon this, and drew back from Skirnir, and for a while he remained in thought.

  • "Oh, with a good horse and a good sword one can get anywhere," said Skirnir.