When they had reached the bank, Ilmarinen dismounted and began to search for the pike, while the eagle hovered over the water.
As he drove on he came to Ilmarinen's smithy, and he stopped and went in to him.
At length they reached Ilmarinen's home and he took the maiden into the house.
But Ilmarinen told her that he would pursue her in the shape of a pike.
Lakko, Ilmarinen's mother, received them at the door and welcomed the fair Rainbow-maiden most heartily, andp.
Vinminen persuades Ilmarinen to go with him to Pohjola to bring away the Sampo.
He had to take a room in an hotel and telegraph first to Ilmarinen in Rgen, but the latter answered that he had no money.
The fire falls to the ground, and Vinminen and Ilmarinen go to search for it (83-126).
The bride, the bridegroom and their company are received at the home of Ilmarinen (1-382).
Ilmarinen forges a new moon and sun but cannot make them shine (1-74).