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  • Ettin, an archaic English cognate to the Old Norse J├Âtunn from the Old English Eoten (a Bogle (also called Ettin) a survival of the term in Northumbrian folklore where it was. — “Ettin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • An ettin has two heads, each of which is capable of independent thought, and each controls one arm for attacking. The left head directs the left arm and right head directs the right arm during combat. The two heads disagree constantly, but will work together when there is a common threat. — “Ettin (Dungeons & Dragons) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • The Red Ettin returned, soon found him, and asked him three riddles; when he could answer none of them, the ettin turned him to stone. The shepherd, swineherd, and goatherd told him of the Red Ettin and the king of Scotland's daughter, and said that he was the man to defeat him. — “The Red Ettin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,

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