Buri in Norse mythology. The cow Audhumla, who came from the Ginnungagap (chaos) immediately after the great giant Ymer, licked the salted earth, and on the first day there came up human hair, on the second a head projected, and oil the third a god, Buri, came forth, beautiful, large, strong, and vigorous. He begat Bor. The latter produced Odin, Wile, and We.

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