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  • curprev 11:00, 21 April 2022Admin talk contribs 526 bytes +526 Created page with "In Norse mythology, a '''Brunnmigi''' (Old Norse ''pees in a well'') is a monstrous spirit infamous for defiling wells, often by urinating in them, causing drought or sickness in humans and animals alike . It is also a kenning applied to foxes. ==Description== Brunnmigi is described as an unnaturally large fox or hybrid-creature. ==Stories== Brunnmigi were encountered by King Hjörleifr in ''Hálfs saga ok Hálfsrekka'' and, as recorded in the Prose ''Edda þulur''...."