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[wal-hal-uh, val-, wahl-hah-luh, vahl-] /wælˈhæl ə, væl-, wɑlˈhɑ lə, vɑl-/
Also, Walhall
[wal-hal, wal-hal] /wælˈhæl, ˈwæl hæl/ (Show IPA)
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Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • The Walhalla motive indicates not only the place, but the origin of persons who come thence.

  • Find on the map the great Walhalla Plateau in the east of the canyon.

    The Book of the National Parks Robert Sterling Yard
  • Hildr is the name of one of the Scandinavian Walkyries, or battle-maidens, who transport the spirits of the slain to Walhalla.

    Beowulf Unknown
  • That you are not to blame for; but if your souls are not pure, you will never come into Walhalla.

  • In the town of Walhalla a school conducted by the Methodist church was taught by a lady from Vermont.

  • The one great enjoyment of all who dwell in Walhalla was combat and strife.

    Myths of the Rhine X. B. Saintine
  • He was always "much more Prussian than German," and reasonable terms could be made with the Walhalla.

    Two Chancellors Julian Klaczko
  • The hero, doomed to perish, must be conducted by the Walkyria to Walhalla.

  • She wanted to sing the Walhalla motif, but the Walhalla motif cannot be sung.

    The Song of Songs Hermann Sudermann
  • Walhalla was said to be a hall of such size that the roof could not be seen.

    Norway Beatrix Jungman
British Dictionary definitions for Walhalla


/wælˈhælə; væl-/
variants of Valhalla
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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