In Hávamál, Odin enumerates the charms he has learned. In the fifteenth, he names a dwarf, called Þjóðrœrir, who sang in front of Dellingr's doors:
- For the fifteenth I know
- what the dwarf Thiodreyrir sang
- before Delling's doors.
- Strength he sang to the Æsir,
- and to the Alfar prosperity,
- wisdom to Hroptatýr.
- Hávamál, 162.