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Pre-Christian Religions of the North: Sources
Fenrir, a wolf, son of the god Loki ‑- Sturl Hákkv 21/5; Mdr 16/1, Pl 16/7
Fenrir, Fenrisúlfr, a wolf, son of Loki — Eyv Hák 20/3 (Fenrisulfr), Eyv Lv 6/1 (see also Úlfr)
Úlfr, the wolf Fenrir — Þjóð Yt 7/6 (see also Fenrir)
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