-Rindi ‘-Rindr <giantess>’: Poole (2006, 150) objects that Rindi ‘can hardly be genitive-case or a combinative form’, but it is in fact a regular dat. form (ÍF 34, 203; ANG §384), here a dat. of respect. For the use of such datives with pieces of clothing (here ‘belt’) see NS §100 Anm. Kock (NN §2086) also feels the need to emend Rindi to Rindar (gen.) to arrive at a similar kenning.