He is Tyr, the 'one-armed,' who put his left hand in the jaws of Fenris-wolf!
But Tyr, the brave swordsman, was willing to bring food to the Wolf's lair.
Tyr (Ziu or Tiw), from whose name is derived our Tuesday, is the wrestler among the gods; and preëminently the "god of battles."
Tyr's wrist was healed of the wounds that Fenrir's fangs had made.
It has become proverbial to say of a man who surpasses all others in valour that he is Tyr-strong, or valiant as Tyr.
The Scandinavian war-god who corresponds to the Mars of classical mythology was Tyr.
It has become proverbial to say of a man who surpasses all others in valor that he is Tyr-strong, or valiant as Tyr.
Tyr, who plays an important part in this myth, was the son of Odin and a giantess.
Tyr, tir, n. the name of a war-god in the old Norse mythology, a son of Odin.
In the meantime Tyr and Garm had been fighting until they had killed each other.