Father Gudolf or Godwulf or Godolfr
Burri Goðólfsson = (Finn)
Buri, Bore (Icelandic, Swedish) [from burdr birth] Primeval progenitor of cosmic life in the Norse Eddas. During the 'frost giant' (long ages of nonlife) the cow Audhumla (symbol of fertility) licked salt from the blocks of ice which were all that existed in the Great Void (Ginnungagap). She uncovered the head of Buri, first divine being. From him emanated Bur (which corresponds to the Second Logos of Greek thought), and he in turn gave rise to the trinity of creators -- Odin, Vile, and Vi -- who brought the worlds into being. In Scandinavian lands King Bore or Buri still symbolizes the cold which reigns during the long winter.