Suttungr: Father of Gunnlǫð and keeper of the mead of poetry, which was stolen from him by Óðinn (Hávm 104/6, 110/4-6; Alv 34/6; Skm, SnE 1998, I, 3-5). The name is also attested in the form Suttungi (Skí 34/3 (NK 76) synir Suttunga ‘sons of Suttungi’) and may mean ‘rusher’ (cf. New Norw. sutta ‘to rush’). The name does not appear in skaldic verse, but it is attested in the rímur (Finnur Jónsson 1926-8: Suttungr, Supt-).