Utgard


Utgard


Utgard [oot-gahrd] ExamplesWord Origin noun Scandinavian Mythology.

  1. a home of the Jotuns, outside Midgard and Asgard: probably synonymous with Jotunheim.

Origin of Utgard Old Norse Ūtgarthar, equivalent to ūt out + garthar yard2; cf. garth Examples from the Web for utgard Historical Examples of utgard

  • They trailed back across the beach, their backs now to the sea and Utgard.

    Storm Over Warlock

    Andre Norton

  • The next day Thor and Loki came into the great hall of Utgard.

    The Children of Odin

    Padraic Colum

  • And then he left them and they went into Utgard, the City of the Giants.

    The Children of Odin

    Padraic Colum

  • It was I whom ye met on the moorland on the day before ye came into Utgard.

    The Children of Odin

    Padraic Colum

  • You have not far, however, to go before you arrive at the city Utgard.

    Folk-Lore and Legends; Scandinavian

    Various

  • British Dictionary definitions for utgard Utgard noun

    1. Norse myth one of the divisions of Jotunheim, land of the giants, ruled by Utgard-Loki

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