[ skree-mir ]
/ ˈskri mɪr /
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noun Scandinavian Mythology.
See under Utgard-Loki.
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How to use Skrymir in a sentence
Skrymir asked whether they might not be friends, and Thor agreeing, the giant opened his bag and took out something to eat.
Now Steinar had a sword that was called after Skrymir the giant: it was never fouled, and no mishap followed it.
At the gate of Utgard—a place so high, that you had to strain your neck bending back to see the top of it—Skrymir went his way.
Skrymir then proposed that they should travel in company, and Thor consenting, they sat down to eat their breakfast.The Classic Myths in English Literature and in Art (2nd ed.) (1911)|Charles Mills Gayley
But, in spite of strenuous efforts, neither Thor nor his companions could unfasten the knots which Skrymir had tied.Myths of the Norsemen|H. A. Guerber