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Niflheim

[niv-uh l-heym] /ˈnɪv əlˌheɪm/
noun, Scandinavian Mythology
1.
a place of eternal cold, darkness, and fog, ruled over by Hel: abode of those who die of illness or old age.
Origin of Niflheim
< Old Norse Niflheimr, equivalent to nifl- (cognate with Old English nifol darkness, Old High German nebal mist, cloud, Latin nebula (see nebula)) + heimr world, home
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Niflheim

/ˈnɪvəlˌheɪm/
noun
1.
(Norse myth) the abode of the dead
Word Origin
Old Norse, literally: mist home
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