Rymr

Some articles on rymr:

Freyja - Attestations - Poetic Edda
... dressing up as Freyja to fool the lusty jötunn Þrymr ... He spies Þrymr sitting on top of a mound ... Þrymr reveals that he has hidden Thor's hammer deep within the earth and that no one will ever know where the hammer is unless Freyja is brought to him as his wife ...
Mjölnir - Attestations - Poetic Edda
... The myth relates that the giant, Þrymr, steals Myölnir from Thor and then demands the goddess Freyja in exchange ... Thor as Freyja and presenting him as the "goddess" to Þrymr ... At a banquet Þrymr holds in honor of the impending union, Þrymr takes the bait ...
Loki? (album) - Attestations - Poetic Edda - Þrymskviða
... In Jötunheimr, the jötunn Þrymr sits on a burial mound, plaiting golden collars for his female dogs, and trimming the manes of his horses ... rymr sees Loki, and asks what could be amiss among the Æsir and the Elves why is Loki alone in the Jötunheimr? Loki responds that he has bad news for both the elves and the Æsir - that Thor's hammer, Mjöllnir, is ... Þrymr says that he has hidden Mjöllnir eight leagues beneath the earth, from which it will be retrieved, if Freyja is brought to him as his wife ...
Loki - Attestations - Poetic Edda - Þrymskviða
... In Jötunheimr, the jötunn Þrymr sits on a burial mound, plaiting golden collars for his female dogs, and trimming the manes of his horses ... rymr sees Loki, and asks what could be amiss among the Æsir and the Elves why is Loki alone in the Jötunheimr? Loki responds that he has bad news ... Þrymr says that he has hidden Mjöllnir eight leagues beneath the earth, from which it will be retrieved, if Freyja is brought to him as his wife ...
Þrymr
... In Norse mythology, Þrymr (Thrymr, Thrym "uproar") was king of the jotnar ... Þrymr was foiled in his scheme by the gracefulness of Heimdall, the cunning of Loki, and the sheer violence of Thor ...