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Freyr, sonr Njarðar, hafði setzk íHliðskjálf ok sá um heima alla. Hann sá í jötunheima ok sá þar mey fagra þá er hon gekk frá skála föður síns til skemmu. Þar af fekk hann hugsóttir miklar. Skírnir hét skósveinn Freys. Njörðr bað hann kveðja Frey máls. Þá mælti Skaði:
(Freyr, the son of Niord, had seated himself in Hlidskialf and looked over all the worlds. He looked into Giant-land and saw there a beautiful girl, as she was walking from her father’s hall to an outbuilding. From that he caught great sickness of heart. Skirnir was the name of Freyr’s page. Niord asked him to go and have a conversation with Freyr. Then Skadi said: )
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