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Note to stanza
 bága úlfs ‘of the wolf’s enemy [= Óðinn]’: This wolf is Fenrir, Loki’s son, which will break away from its fetters at ragnarǫk ‘the doom of the gods’, fight with Óðinn and kill him (see Vsp 44/3-4, 49/3-4, 53; SnE 2005, 50, 52). The kenning is also given in Egill St 24/2V (Eg 95), which is cited by Snorri in Skm (SnE 1998, I, 9) along with Egill St 23V (Eg 94). The latter stanza contains another kenning used in the present stanza. See Note to l. 4 below.
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