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Synonyms for Norse

an inhabitant of Scandinavia

a native or inhabitant of Norway

the northern family of Germanic languages that are spoken in Scandinavia and Iceland

of or relating to Scandinavia or its peoples or cultures

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of or relating to Norway or its people or culture or language

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He mixes the folk stories (how the salmon got its shape or what causes earthquakes) with the central narrative of the Norse gods' epic tale.
With a profile inspired by the longboat, Norse offers unprecedented access to shallow water for a yacht of this size.
Working with Norse enables us to keep track of the rapidly changing threat landscape to ensure we can provide early warning and deep insights into the tactics employed by attackers, as well as practical actions to counter them.
Norse's in-house team of cyber intelligence and counterintelligence "fusion analysts," many recruited directly from military and government intelligence organizations, are at the core of the Norse Threat Intelligence Service.
Icelandic sources, dating from the mid-1100s, suggest actual Irish settlement prior to the Norse landnam, but the evidence is at a long remove from events, and the Irish in these sources play a role that suggests a limited memory of events has been imposed upon by a later Christian historiography.
president at Norse, claimed his company identified the team responsible for the
Norse is the leader in live, machine-readable attack intelligence.
Months of research into Iranian networks uncovered at least 16,000 systems controlled by Iran outside of its borders, 2,000 of which were infected machines of businesses in the US, Israel and other nations of interest, claims Norse chief technology officer and co-founder Tommy Stiansen.
Norse Power: A fragrance full of Scandinavian promise
Their confident prediction is based on Norse folklore that Ragnarok will happen after three freezing winters with no summers in between, which USA Today notes is a "subjective call" after two lousy summers in northern Europe.
Experience Norse mythology like never before in the pages of "Norse Mythrotica: The Circle of Power"; author Saqqarah's intimate look at four well-known Norse mythological couples: Idun and Bragi, Aegir and Ran, Loki and Sigyn, and Thor and Sif.
Norse Energy Corp is an Exploration and Production (E&P) company focused on US onshore oil and gas opportunities.
Northumberland's Norse Challenge was postponed for the first time amid accusations of poor planning when heavy rain hit Druridge Bay Country Park on July 28.
The Norse Challenge was postponed amid accusations of poor planning when heavy rain hit Druridge Bay Country Park on July 28.
Friday, BBC2, 9pm The Battle of Largs in 1263 was the last time a Norse army fought on British soil.