In Norse mythology, Ă“Ă°rerir, Ă“Ă°rĂ¸rir or Ă“Ă°r?rir refers either to one of the vessels that contain the mead of poetry (along with BoĂ°n and SĂłn) or to the mead itself.Ă“Ă°rerir is mentioned in two ambiguous passages of the HĂˇvamĂˇl. In a first stanza (107), it is sometimes assumed that Ă“Ă°rerir is synonymous with mead of poetrySimek 1996., but both interpretations are possible.
Of a well-assumed form
I made good use:
few things fail the wise;
is now come up
to men?s earthly dwellings
:?HĂˇvamĂˇl (108), Thorpe's translation
In another stanza (140), the meaning of Ă“Ă°rerir depends on the translation.In most translations, Ă“Ă°rerir seems to refer to a vessel, but other interpretations of ausinn Ă“Ă°reri are possibleLindow 2002., which can lead to understand Ă“Ă°rerir to be the mead itself.For Snorri Sturluson, Ă“Ă°rerir is the name of the kettle in which Kvasir's blood was mixed with honey to create the mead:
 went up and down the earth to give instruction to
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