Definición de skald en inglés:

skald

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

sustantivo

historical
(In ancient Scandinavia) a composer and reciter of poems honouring heroes and their deeds.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • 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.

Derivativos

skaldic

adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The Old Norse examples are the most important and the most elaborate, especially in skaldic verse.

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