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In Norse mythology, a Brunnmigi (Old Norse "well-pisser") is a being who defiles wells encountered by King Hjörleifr in Hálfs saga ok Hálfsrekka and, as recorded in the Prose Edda þulur, is also a kenning applied to foxes.
- Finnur Jónsson (1931:67).
- Finnur Jónsson (1931). Lexicon poeticum. S. L. Møllers bogtrykkeri.
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