Thokk

[ thawk ]
/ θɔk /

noun Scandinavian Mythology.

an old giantess, possibly Loki in disguise, who was the only being to refuse to weep for the dead Balder, thus condemning him to eternity in Niflheim.

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Origin of Thokk

<Old Norse Thǫkk, apparently same word as thǫkk thanks; see thank
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