Ragnar-lodbrok



[rahg-nahr lawth -brohk] /ˈrɑg nɑr ˈlɔð broʊk/

noun, Scandinavian Legend.
1.
a possibly historical Danish king of the 9th century, the subject of an Old Icelandic saga and of accounts in the Danish history by Saxo Grammaticus: also associated with the story of Sigurd and the Volsungs.

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