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Note to stanza
 Þrasir: Lit. ‘raver, one in rage’ (from the weak verb þrasa ‘rage, rave’; see Gould 1929, 955 and Motz 1973, 115). A dwarf of this name is known only from this þula and Eil Þdr 19/4, but ‑þrasir is the second element in a number of compounds: Dólgþrasir (also a dwarf-name in Vsp 15/2); Lífþrasir (Lífðrasir), the name of one of the two human survivors of Ragnarǫk in Vafþr 45/1 (NK 53); the mythical name Mǫgþrasir in Vafþr 49/3. Other than that, Þrasarr is a name for Óðinn (see Note to Þul Óðins 4/4).
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