"Mími's tree." A vast tree whose branches stretch over every land and which cannot be harmed by fire or metal. The tree is solely attested in the eddic poem Fjölsvinnsmál:
- Mimameidr it is called;
- but few men know
- from what roots it springs:
- it by that will fall
- which fewest know.
- Nor fire nor iron will harm it.
Its fruit, when laid on the fire, will assist women in childbirth.
- Fjölsvinnsmál, 21, 23.