Presumably the name of a jötunn. Thor says in Hárbarðsljóð that he guarded a river against the sons of Svárang:

In the east I was,
and a river I defended,
when the sons of Svarang
me assailed,
and with stones pelted me,
though in their success they little joyed:
they were the first
to sue for peace.

Svárang is not mentioned elsewhere, nor is there any other account of Thor's defense of the passage. The river in question may be the Ífingr.



  • Hárbarðsljóð, 29.