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In Norse mythology, Mjlnir (Old Norse: Mjllnir, IPA: [mjlnir])[1] is the hammer of Thor, the Norse god associated with thunder. Mjlnir is depicted in Norse mythology as one of the most fearsome and powerful weapons in existence, capable of leveling mountains.In his account of Norse mythology, Snorri Sturluson relates how the hammer was made by the dwarven brothers Eitri and Brokkr, and how its characteristically short handle was due to a mishap during its manufacture. Similar hammers (Ukonvasara) were a common symbol of the god of thunder in other North European mythologies.

The name is derived from a Proto-Germanic form *meldunjaz, from the Germanic root of *malanan to grind (*melwan, Old Icelandic meldr, mjll, mjl meal, flour), yielding an interpretation of the grinder; crusher.

Additionally, there is a suggestion that the mythological thunder weapon being named after the word for grindstone is of considerable, Proto-Indo-European (if not Indo-Hittite) age; according to this suggestion, the divine thunder weapon (identified with lightning) of the storm god was imagined as a grindstone (Russian molot and possibly Hittite malatt- sledgehammer, bludgeon), reflected in Russian (molniya) and Welsh mellt lightning (possibly cognate with Old Norse mjuln fire).

In the Old Norse texts, Mjlnir is identified as hamarr a hammer, a word that in Old Norse and some modern Norwegian dialects can mean hammer as well as stone, rock, cliff, ultimately derived from an Indo-European word for stone, stone tool, hm; as such it is cognate with Sanskrit aman, meaning stone, rock, stone tool; hammer as well as thunderbolt

An account of the origin of Mjlnir is found in Skldskaparml from Snorris Edda: In this story, Loki bets his head with Sindri (or Eitri) and his brother Brokkr that they could never succeed in making items more beautiful than those of the Sons of Ivaldi (the dwarves who created other precious items for the gods: Odins spear Gungnir, and Freyrs foldable boat Skblanir).

Sindri and Brokkr accept Lokis bet and the two brothers begin working. They begin to work in their workshop and Sindri puts a pigs skin in the forge and tells his brother (Brokkr) never to stop working the bellows until he comes and takes out what he put in. Loki, in disguise as a fly, comes and bites Brokkr on the arm. Nevertheless, he continues to pump the bellows.

Then, Sindri takes out Gullinbursti, Freyrs boar with shining bristles. Next, Sindri puts some gold in the forge and gives Brokkr the same order. Again, Loki, still in the guise of a fly comes and, again, bites Brokkrs neck twice as hard as he had bitten his arm. Just as before, Brokkr continues to work the bellows despite the pain. When Sindri returns, he takes out Draupnir, Odins ring, which drops eight duplicates of itself every ninth night.

Finally, Sindri puts some iron in the forge and tells Brokkr not to stop pumping the bellows. Loki comes a third time and this time bites Brokkr on the eyelid even harder. The bite is so deep that it draws blood. The blood runs into Brokkrs eyes and forces him stop working the bellows just long enough to wipe his eyes. This time, when Sindri returns, he takes Mjlnir out of the forge. The handle is shorter than Sindri had planned and so the hammer can only be wielded with one hand.

Despite the flaw in the handle, Sindri and Brokkr win the bet and go to take Lokis head. However, Loki worms his way out of the bet by pointing out that the dwarves would need to cut his neck to remove his head, but Lokis neck was not part of the deal. As a consolation prize, Brokkr sews Lokis mouth shut to teach him a lesson.

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In Norse mythology, Mjlnir (Old Norse: Mjllnir, IPA: [mjlnir])[1] is the hammer of Thor, the Norse god associated with thunder. Mjlnir is depicted in Norse mythology as one of the most fearsome and powerful weapons in existence, capable of leveling mountains.In his account of Norse mythology, Snorri Sturluson relates how the hammer was made by the dwarven brothers Eitri and Brokkr, and how its characteristically short handle was due to a mishap during its manufacture. Similar hammers (Ukonvasara) were a common symbol of the god of thunder in other North European mythologies.

The name is derived from a Proto-Germanic form *meldunjaz, from the Germanic root of *malanan to grind (*melwan, Old Icelandic meldr, mjll, mjl meal, flour), yielding an interpretation of the grinder; crusher.

Additionally, there is a suggestion that the mythological thunder weapon being named after the word for grindstone is of considerable, Proto-Indo-European (if not Indo-Hittite) age; according to this suggestion, the divine thunder weapon (identified with lightning) of the storm god was imagined as a grindstone (Russian molot and possibly Hittite malatt- sledgehammer, bludgeon), reflected in Russian (molniya) and Welsh mellt lightning (possibly cognate with Old Norse mjuln fire).

In the Old Norse texts, Mjlnir is identified as hamarr a hammer, a word that in Old Norse and some modern Norwegian dialects can mean hammer as well as stone, rock, cliff, ultimately derived from an Indo-European word for stone, stone tool, hm; as such it is cognate with Sanskrit aman, meaning stone, rock, stone tool; hammer as well as thunderbolt

An account of the origin of Mjlnir is found in Skldskaparml from Snorris Edda: In this story, Loki bets his head with Sindri (or Eitri) and his brother Brokkr that they could never succeed in making items more beautiful than those of the Sons of Ivaldi (the dwarves who created other precious items for the gods: Odins spear Gungnir, and Freyrs foldable boat Skblanir).

Sindri and Brokkr accept Lokis bet and the two brothers begin working. They begin to work in their workshop and Sindri puts a pigs skin in the forge and tells his brother (Brokkr) never to stop working the bellows until he comes and takes out what he put in. Loki, in disguise as a fly, comes and bites Brokkr on the arm. Nevertheless, he continues to pump the bellows.

Then, Sindri takes out Gullinbursti, Freyrs boar with shining bristles. Next, Sindri puts some gold in the forge and gives Brokkr the same order. Again, Loki, still in the guise of a fly comes and, again, bites Brokkrs neck twice as hard as he had bitten his arm. Just as before, Brokkr continues to work the bellows despite the pain. When Sindri returns, he takes out Draupnir, Odins ring, which drops eight duplicates of itself every ninth night.

Finally, Sindri puts some iron in the forge and tells Brokkr not to stop pumping the bellows. Loki comes a third time and this time bites Brokkr on the eyelid even harder. The bite is so deep that it draws blood. The blood runs into Brokkrs eyes and forces him stop working the bellows just long enough to wipe his eyes. This time, when Sindri returns, he takes Mjlnir out of the forge. The handle is shorter than Sindri had planned and so the hammer can only be wielded with one hand.

Despite the flaw in the handle, Sindri and Brokkr win the bet and go to take Lokis head. However, Loki worms his way out of the bet by pointing out that the dwarves would need to cut his neck to remove his head, but Lokis neck was not part of the deal. As a consolation prize, Brokkr sews Lokis mouth shut to teach him a lesson.

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rock crusher yacht (viking, 24.54m, 2018)

rock crusher yacht (viking, 24.54m, 2018)

Her top speed is 40.0 kn and her cruising speed is 30.0 kn and her power comes from two MTU diesel engines. She can accommodate up to 8 guests in 4 staterooms, with 2 crew members waiting on their every need. She has a gross tonnage of 125.0 GT and a 6.5 m beam.

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