Definitions for vikingˈvaɪ kɪŋ
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
(sometimes l.c.) any of the Scandinavians who from the late 8th to the 11th centuries engaged in raiding, trade, and colonization throughout Europe and the islands of the N Atlantic.
Informal. a Scandinavian.
Category: Western History, Peoples
one of a series of U.S. space probes in 1975–76 that obtained scientific information about Mars.
Origin of Viking:
1800–10; < Scand; cf. ON vīkingr, OE wīcing, of disputed orig.
any of the Scandinavian people who raided the coasts of Europe from the 8th to the 11th centuries
One of the Scandinavian seafaring warriors that raided (and then settled) the British Isles and other parts of Europe in the 8 to the 11 centuries.
A stock character common in the fantasy genera, a barbarian, generally equipped with an ax and a helmet adorned with horns.
A player on the Minnesota Vikings NFL team.
Origin: A loan from víkingr. Already in as wicing and witsing, wising, but extinct in Middle English and loaned anew in the 19th century.
one belonging to the pirate crews from among the Northmen, who plundered the coasts of Europe in the eighth, ninth, and tenth centuries