In Norse mythology, Loki is a shape-shifting god who enjoys the occasional turn as a woman.
In Norse mythology, Valhalla represents the majestic palace where dead heroes consort with Valkyries and the Gods.
He added that Norse has good relations with the FBI and has consulted with them on other crime cases.
Did naming your car after a Norse, shape-shifting god help you avoid speed traps?
Mortensen may look like a Norse god and speak with the Zen cool of a big wave surfer.
In all the Norse languages, ancient and modern, the -d is preserved.
William Bowie; probably from Gaelic buidhe, yellow, and so not Norse at all.
I have said the Norse mythology was in a transition state from physitheism to psychotheism.
Metal-working and wood-carving were the most important arts of the Norse.
Where names in by are numerous it indicates that the settlements are rather Danish, but they may also be Norse.
1590s, "a Norwegian," from obsolete Dutch Noorsch (adj.) "Norwegian," from noordsch "northern, nordic," from noord "north" (see north). Also in some cases borrowed from cognate Danish or Norwegian norsk. As a language, from 1680s. Old Norse attested from 1844. An Old English word for "a Norwegian" was Norðman. As an adjective from 1768.
In Old French, Norois as a noun meant "a Norse, Norseman," also "action worth of a man from the North (i.e. usually considered as deceitful)" [Hindley, et. al.]; as an adjective it meant "northern, Norse, Norwegian," also "proud, fierce, fiery, strong."