The fish is tasty, but the real treat is exotic game like reindeer.
As temperatures in the Arctic skyrocket, reindeer are suffering staggeringly large, rapid population losses.
From here you go into a Sami hut for a dinner of reindeer and moose.
You could tell that from the way she sliced that reindeer sausage.
Residents there proclaimed in 1927 that Santa could never live in the North Pole because his reindeer would never survive.
Flaker knew that the reindeer dance was a prayer of the Cave-men to their gods.
I have but ridden from the reindeer this morning, and so I am neither fatigued nor dusted.
In the caves of France we find a number of fragments of reindeer horn.
As the reindeer thought of his happy childhood, his eyes danced.
Where there were reindeer there would be herders, and herders lived in tents.
c.1400, from a Scandinavian source, cf. Old Norse hreindyri "reindeer," from dyr "animal" (see deer) + hreinn, by itself the usual name for the animal, from Proto-Germanic *khrinda- (cf. Old English hran "reindeer;" German Renn "reindeer," which was altered by folk etymology influence of rennen "to run;" Swedish ren-ko "female reindeer," with ko "cow" (n.)).
Probably from PIE *krei-, from base *ker- (1) "horn, head," with derivatives referring to horned animals (both male and female reindeer have horns; those of the male are remarkable), and thus perhaps cognate with Greek krios "ram" (see kerato-). Older sources connect it to words in Lapp or Finnish. French renne, Spanish reno, Italian renna ultimately are from Germanic.