Ymir

Ymir, a giant in the Norse mythology, slain by the gods, and out of whose carcass they constructed the world, his blood making the sea, his flesh the land, his bones the rocks, his eyebrows Asgard, the dwelling-place of the gods, his skull the vault of the firmament, and his brains the clouds.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Yiddish * Yniol
Yeomanry
Yeomen
Yeomen of the Guard
Yeovil
Yetholm
Yezd
Yezidees
Yezo
Yggdrasil
Yiddish
Ymir
Yniol
Yoga
Yogin
Yokohama
Yokuba
Yonge, Charlotte Mary
Yoni
Yonkers
Yonne
Yorick

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Ymir in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable