Thokk

Thokk

[thawk]
noun Scandinavian Mythology.
an old giantess, possibly Loki in disguise, who was the only being to refuse to weep for the dead Balder, thus condemning him to eternity in Niflheim.

Origin:
< Old Norse Thǫkk, apparently same word as thǫkk thanks; see thank

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