Norse - A magic sword. In some accounts, this sword was made by Volund for his son Heime; in others, Hoder stole this sword and used it to kill Balder. In Germanic stories, Volund is Wieland and the son receiving Miming is called Wittich. In Thidrekssaga, it is called Mimung and was owned by Vigda. In other accounts, this was the sword of Walther von Wasgenstein. Called Miming, Mimingus, Mimingus, Miming, Mimming, Mimming, Miming, Mimung, Mimung, Miming, Mistillteinn, Mistillteinn, Miming, Mistelteinn or Hromund.

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