1. Gnipahellir "Overhanging-cave?" The cave where the hound Garmr is bound, until he breaks free at Ragnarök. Loud bays Garm before the Gnupa-cave, his bonds he rends asunder; and the wolf runs.
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  3. Grim howls Gram roars from Gnipahellir The fetter shall break The wolf shall be free! Rym comes from the east On his arm is the shield, in anger the World Serpent turns The snake whips the waves and the eagle screams, pecks the dead Pale is the beak and Naglfar is loose The ship comes from the east Over the ocean the Muspell horde shall come.
  4. Garm was bound by rope in Gnipa-cave, or Gnipahellir. Although, Tyr had killed Garm at Ragnarök (Ragnarok), the war-god died from his severe wounds that the hound had inflicted on him. Related Information: Name: Garm, Garmr. Related Articles: Tyr, Hel. Ragnarök. Skoll and Hati.
  5. Then shall the dog Garmr be loosed, which is bound before Gnipahellir: he shall do battle with Týr, and each become the other's slayer. Etymology. Bruce Lincoln brings together Garmr and the Greek mythological dog Cerberus, relating both names to a Proto-Indo-European root *ger-"to growl" (perhaps with the suffixes -*m/*b and -*r).
  6. In Norse mythology, Garm is a huge dog which guards Hel, the land of the dead, alongside of Hræsvelgr and living in a cave called Gnipahellir. Garm was the greatest of all dogs (excluding the Fenris Wolf).
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