Definition of Ettins

1. Noun. (plural of ettin) ¹



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Definition of Ettins

1. ettin [n] - See also: ettin

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ettins

etozolin
etranger
etrangers
etravirine
etrenne
etrennes
etretinate
etrier
etriers
ets
ett
etter pike
ettercap
ettercaps
ettin
ettins (current term)
ettle
ettled
ettler
ettles
ettling
ettringite
ettringites
etude
etudes
etui
etuis
etux
etwee
etwees

Literary usage of Ettins

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1. Religious Systems of the World: A Contribution to the Study of Comparative by South Place Ethical Society (London, England) (1892)
"Then away fled Loke, the feather-fell rattled Till he won out of the land of the ettins, Till he won into the town of the gods. There met him Thor, ..."

2. Beaumont and Fletcher: Or, The Finest Scenes, Lyrics, and Other Beauties of by Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher, Leigh Hunt (1862)
"'Faith, husband, and Ralph says true; for they say the King of Portugal cannot sit at his meat, but the giants and the ettins- will come and snatch it from ..."

3. Beaumont & Fletcher by Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher (1890)
"Faith, husband, and Ralph says true; for they say the King of Portugal cannot sit at his meat, but the giants and the ettins' will come and snatch it from ..."

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