Fenrir, Fenrisúlfur, is fed and grows unnoticed, because of our heedlessness. The little innocent cub grows to become dangerous.
Note that we either say Fenrir or we say Fenrisúlfur (úlfur wolf), not Fenris in nominative case, as Fenris is the genitive case of Fenrir.
Drómi, our sleepiness, holds not the growth of evil. Neither does Læðingur our laziness.
I have the feeling that these names, Drómi and Læðingur come from Sanskrit pramadaalasya and nidrabis – indicating really svefnþorni stunginn (stung by the thorn of sleep), as was Brynhildur valkyrja when she violated Natural Law.
-But, how on earth can we have the dwarfs make Gleipnir for us?
-We shall have to nýsa niður, transcend, to the subtlest sphere of Nature to find the recipe for restraint and fetters on evil doings, or rather annihilate them effortlessly. And that we do: voila ! Gleipnir.
Gleipnir will hold till ragnarök. Then the wolf will be released from fetters.
See also Big Bang and ragnarök
For Týr see Týr Mars Mangal Ares Tuesday
Listen to pronunciation:
Fenrir Fenrisúlfur, Drómi Læðingur Gleipnir, ragnarök, dvergur dvergar