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“It was called by the curious name Ginnungagap, which means a yawning abyss.”
“The child loves the names in the book for themselves alone, like "Ginnungagap," the void before the world was created, and "Yggdrasill," the giant ash tree that holds together the universe's nine separate worlds.”
“It was largely built of mist and star shine, but enough blocks quarried from the cold side of Ginnungagap were in it that when they crashed they should kill the knight.”
“The sons of Bor then carried Ymir to the middle of Ginnungagap and made the world from him.”
“The lists of Tolkien names (because every child wants to have to sign their school papers with the names Fimbrethil, Rohirrim, and Farmer Maggot) and Spooky Names (because, of course, your child will never get teased for having a name like Ginnungagap, Sasquatch, or Ghidora).”
“The first one is the standard Norse word for the underworld, the watery abyss at the edge of the world, Ginnungagap.”
“Ginnungagap, and formed from it the earth and heavens.”
“The sunshine from the South melted the ice mountains of the North so that they toppled over and fell into Ginnungagap.”
“Ginnungagap was a region where frost and snow were never seen.”
“_Ginnungagap_ (Roaring Abyss) is thought to be the mouth of Behring's Straits in Baffin's Bay; _Big Helloland_, the coast from Cape Walsingham to near Newfoundland; _Little Helloland_,”
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