Definition of Valhalla in English:

Valhalla

Syllabification: Val·hal·la
Pronunciation: /valˈhalə, välˈhälə
 
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Scandinavian Mythology
A hall in which heroes killed in battle were believed to feast with Odin for eternity.

Origin

modern Latin, from Old Norse Valhǫll, from valr 'the slain' + hǫll 'hall'.

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