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skald

Saltos de línea: skald
Pronunciación: /skɔːld
 
, skald
 
/
(also scald)

Definición de skald en inglés:

sustantivo

historical
(In ancient Scandinavia) a composer and reciter of poems honouring heroes and their deeds.
Example sentences
  • The skald recited to us a little bit of poetry about the man's right hand.
  • His skald, Thorkell, wrote a telling lamentation for his dead master, which given the foolishness of his actions does not seem truly deserved.

Origen

from Old Norse skáld, of unknown origin.

Derivados

skaldic

1
adjetivo
Example sentences
  • The Old Norse examples are the most important and the most elaborate, especially in skaldic verse.

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