Frodi

Norse - An aspect of Frey, some say. King of Denmark. Son of Fridleef and Freygerda. He was given a pair of magic grindstones and bought the giantesses Fenia and Menia as slaves to work them to produce gold. He worked them so hard that they started to grind out instead Viking warriors who killed the Danes. Their leader, Mysinger, killed Frodi and took the women and the grindstones aboard his own ship and ordered the women to grind salt. Some versions say that Frodi was killed at the court of Swerting, a Saxon king, others that he was king of the Heathorbards and was killed in battle with the Danes under Hrodgar. In some lore, occasionally called Frodi, Frey, Frey, Freir, Freyr, Veraldargod, Fricco, Fridleef, Frikka, Ing, Ingumar-Frey, 'lord', German Fro, Lapp Verelden-Olmei, Swedish Ingvi-Frey, Lytir, Sviagodh, Froda, Froda, Frodi, Frode, Frode, Frodi, Frodi, Peace Frodi, Peace Frodi or Frodi.
Norse - In some accounts, a name of Frey in Denmark where he was once taken. Prisoner by Beli, the storm-giant. Also known as Frodi, Frey, Frey, Freir, Freyr, Veraldargod, Fricco, Fridleef, Frikka, Ing, Ingumar-Frey, 'lord', German Fro, Lapp Verelden-Olmei, Swedish Ingvi-Frey, Lytir, Sviagodh, Froda, Froda, Frodi, Frode, Frode, Frodi, Frodi, Peace Frodi, Peace Frodi or Frodi.

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