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Jan 13, 2022

[Answer] What was the name of the gigantic wolf in Norse mythology?

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...1. Fenrir 2. Odin 3. Thor 4. Loki




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Fenrir - Fenrir, a monstrous wolf whose name means "marsh-dweller," was the son of trickster god Loki and giantess Angerboda. His unusual size and alarming appetites concerned the gods and, fearing his destructive potential, they ultimately decided to restrain him. Their first two attempts failed and finally, they resorted to a chain fabricated from the sound of a cat's footsteps, a woman's beard, bear sinews, and other materials believed to have magical properties. The cunning Fenrir, of course, had to be convinced that this was merely a test of his strength and as an insurance policy, he demanded that one of the gods place his hand in his mouth to ensure that his bondage was not permanent. Tyr, the god of war and justice, agreed and when Fenrir realized he had been duped, lost his hand to the enraged wolf. Nonetheless, the chain held and Fenrir's jaws were wedged open with a sword to prevent him from devouring anything else. It was believed that the restraints would hold until Ragnarök, or doomsday, at which point Fenrir would break free and swallow the chief god, Odin.:


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