Sleipnir

[sleyp-nir]
Also Sleip·ner [sleyp-ner] /ˈsleɪp nər/.
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Historical Examples of sleipnir

  • Yet, as you have proved, even Gullfaxi is scarce a match for your Sleipnir.

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  • Well Sleipnir understood what his master said, and well he knew the way.

    In The Days of Giants

    Abbie Farwell Brown

  • His sharp eyes had spied them afar, and had recognized the flash of Sleipnir's white body and of Odin's golden helmet.

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  • Sleipnir was snow-white and beautiful to see, and Odin was very fond and proud of him, you may be sure.

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  • Heimdal threw open the gates of Asgard, and in galloped196 Sleipnir with his precious burden, safe.

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