Scandinavian, Norse, Northmannoun
an inhabitant of Scandinavia
Norwegian, Norseman, Norsenoun
a native or inhabitant of Norway
Scandinavian, Scandinavian language, Nordic, Norse, North Germanic, North Germanic languageadjective
the northern family of Germanic languages that are spoken in Scandinavia and Iceland
of or relating to Scandinavia or its peoples or cultures
"Norse sagas"; "Norse nomads"
of or relating to Norway or its people or culture or language
Of, or relating to the people, language and culture of Scandinavia.
Of, or relating to the North Germanic group of languages.
A collective term for Scandinavian (historically Norwegian) people.
Speakers of any of the North Germanic languages.
The ancient language spoken by Vikings, from which modern Scandinavian languages are derived. Icelandic is the most closely related modern version, having changed little due to Iceland's linguistic isolation.
Etymology: From Noorsch, now spelled Noors.
of or pertaining to ancient Scandinavia, or to the language spoken by its inhabitants
the Norse language
Etymology: [Dan. Norsk, fr. nord north. See North.]
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
nors, adj. pertaining to ancient Scandinavia.—n. the language of ancient Scandinavia—also Old Norse.—n. Norse′man, a Scandinavian or Northman. [Ice. Norskr; Norw. Norsk.]
noser, Rosen, snore
The numerical value of Norse in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of Norse in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
In the Norse mythology Loki originally was on the side of the rest of the gods, helping them once or twice using a particularly nast forms of trickery. He was a cunning negotiator with a talent for technicalities. He was sort of the Norse equivalent of a lawyer, no doubt the reason they tied him down in a pit dripping acidic venom on him.
I was so thrilled with the amount of public engagement over the Jupiter moon-naming contest that we've decided to do another one to name these newly discovered Saturnian moons, this time, the moons must be named after giants from Norse, Gallic or Inuit mythology.
The sword is especially unique as it is the only one discovered in 1,500 early medieval graves so far found in Prague Castle, perhaps Nicholas Saunders was a Slav from a neighboring region, who had mastered Old Norse as well as Slavonic, or perhaps Nicholas Saunders regarded Nicholas Saunders as a genuine Viking.
For many years in popular culture, people associated the Viksø helmets with the Vikings, but our research confirms that the helmets were deposited in the bog in about 900 B.C., almost 3,000 years ago and many centuries before the Vikings or Norse dominated the region.
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