Saukwimir in Norse mythology, was one of the strongest jots, or giants. Odin slew his son, and at a subsequent visit to the jots narrated that he had killed the son of a giant and afterwards enjoyed the hospitality of the father, without having discovered his true character, or even having excited the suspicions of his host. — Vollmer, Wörterb. d. Mythol. s.v.

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