Old Norse name
Alsviðr and Árvakr are the names of two horses mentioned in Grímnismál, Sigrdrífumál, Þulur and Gylfaginning: "A man called Mundilfari had two children; they were so fair and beautiful that he called his son Máni and his daughter Sól; he married his daughter to a man named Glenr. The gods, however, were angry about his arrogance and they took the brother and sister and set them in the sky and made Sól drive the horses which pulled the chariot of the sun which the gods had created from a spark which had flown from Múspellsheimr to illuminate the world. These horses were called Árvakr and Alsviðr. The ods fastened two bellows beneath the shoulders of the horses to cool them and in som sources that is called the ironblast."
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