Hulder. Norwegian folklore a wild woman living in piles and hammers. Hulder is also used as a collective name for the underground. The wood nymph is beautiful, but may have animal features. She is known to entice men, and marries often with people. Huldra is musical. Folklore disagrees on the origin of the wood nymph.
The origins of iron. The three daughters of Ukko spread from swollen udder milk white, red and black. And from that milk poured on the Earth (so says the old Väinämöinen in runo IX of Kalevala) produces various types of iron. Joseph Alanen.
Kaisa Vilhuinen Elli's gruel; Elli boiled gruel - with special equipment - without barley flour – gruel pot overturned - Elli's children began to lick - Elli began to cry - the rest of the family grumbled. Akka bakka bunkarakka etla metla sjong dong fili fong isa bisa topp ; is " Ukko hakka puunkarakka etäällä mettä "- The man chopping the tree south of the forest. Ellinga vellinga vaterlands gutten - "Ellän vielä vattiansukka" why not a felt sock more.