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áðr saðir yrði;
ok áhlaut sá,
fundu þeir að Ægis
örkost hvera. (eddic or germanic)
(In bygone days the slaughter-gods had a good bag from hunting,
they were keen to drink before they got enough;
they shook the twigs and looked at the augury,*
they found that at Ægir’s was an ample choice of cauldrons.
editions: Skj Not in Skj;