(yldo . . .) sē þe. Remembering the use of the masc. designations of Grendel's mother (see note on 1260), we need not be surprised to find the hostile powers of old age and fate (2421) treated in a similar way. [That sē þe should refer to Hrōðgār is a very precarious hypothesis.]
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