valhalla

  • 1Valhalla — steht für Walhall, in der nordischen Mythologie der Ruheort der in einer Schlacht gefallenen Kämpfer Valhalla (Krater) auf dem Jupitermond Kallisto Valhalla, dänischer Originaltitel von Walhalla (Film) Valhalla (New York), census designated place …

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  • 2Valhalla IP — Valhalla idrottsplats Daten Ort Sweden Göteborg, Schweden …

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  • 3Valhalla — Valhalla, NY U.S. Census Designated Place in New York Population (2000): 5379 Housing Units (2000): 1886 Land area (2000): 2.675387 sq. miles (6.929220 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.846023 sq. miles (2.191190 sq. km) Total area (2000): 3.521410 sq …

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  • 4Valhalla, NY — U.S. Census Designated Place in New York Population (2000): 5379 Housing Units (2000): 1886 Land area (2000): 2.675387 sq. miles (6.929220 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.846023 sq. miles (2.191190 sq. km) Total area (2000): 3.521410 sq. miles… …

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  • 5Valhalla — eller Valhal er i nordisk mytologi Odins bolig i Asgård. Det er stedet for de vikinger der dør i kamp ( Val betyder falden kriger). Valhalla har 540 porte og der kan komme 800 krigere ud på en gang af hver port. Taget er dækket med gyldne skjolde …

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  • 6Valhalla — Val*hal la, n. [Icel. valh[ o]ll, literally, hall of the slain; valr the slain (akin to AS. w[ae]l, OHG. wal battlefield, wuol defeat, slaughter, AS. w[=o]l pestilence) + h[ o]ll a royal hall. See {Hall}, and cf. {Walhalla}.] [Written also… …

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  • 7Valhalla — (nord. Myth.), s. Walhalla …

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  • 8valhalla — valhalla, euse Voy. walhalla …

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  • 9Valhalla — heavenly hall in which Odin receives the souls of heroes slain in battle, 1768, from O.N. Valhöll hall of the battle slain; first element from valr those slain in battle, from P.Gmc. *walaz (Cf. O.E. wæl slaughter, bodies of the slain, O.H.G. wal …

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  • 10Valhalla — [val hal′, väl häl′val hal′ə, väl häl′ə] n. [ModL < ON valhöll (gen. valhallar), hall of the slain < valr, slaughter, the slain (< IE base * wel , to tear, wound, corpse > L volnus, Gr oulē, a wound) + höll; akin to OE heall,HALL]… …

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  • 11Valhalla — In Norse mythology, Valhalla (from Old Norse Valhöll hall of the slain Orchard (1997:171–172).] ) is a majestic, enormous hall located in Asgard, ruled over by the god Odin. Chosen by Odin, those that die in combat travel to Valhalla upon death,… …

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  • 12Valhalla — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Valhalla, dans la mythologie nordique, est le lieu où les guerriers valeureux sont amenés pour combattre au côté de Odin lors de la fin du monde, Ragnarök …

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  • 13Valhalla — Para otros usos de este término, véase Valhalla (desambiguación). Valhalla (1896), por Max Brückner. En la mitología nórdica, Valhalla es la fortaleza a la cual los guerreros o einherjer van tras morir en combate. Se sitúa en el palacio de Odí …

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  • 14Valhalla IP — Infobox Stadium stadium name = Valhalla IP fullname = Valhalla Idrottsplats location = Gothenburg, Sweden nickname = built = 1963 opened = 1963 owner = Higab operator = Got Event surface = artificial seating capacity = 4,000 tenants = Qviding FIF …

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  • 15Valhalla — /val hal euh, vahl hah leuh/, n. Scand. Myth. the hall of Odin into which the souls of heroes slain in battle and others who have died bravely are received. Also, Valhall /val hal , val hal/, Walhalla, Walhall. [1760 70; Latinized form of ON… …

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  • 16Valhalla — En la mitología escandinava, Valhalla es el paraíso al cual los héroes van al morir en batalla. Se sitúa en el palacio de Odín en Asgard, donde los héroes fallecidos son bienvenidos por Bragi y conducidos por las valquirias. Tiene quinientas… …

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  • 17Valhalla — (Hall des Occis) Le Valhalla est le Palais des Morts où les Einherjars («les héros morts») résident aprés avoir été choisis par Odin et les Valkyries. Ce palais bâti par Odin est composé de 540 portes! Les chevrons sont des lances, les murs sont… …

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  • 18Valhalla — noun Etymology: German & Old Norse; German Walhalla, from Old Norse Valhǫll, literally, hall of the slain, from valr the slain (akin to Old English wæl slaughter, the slain) + hǫll hall; akin to Old English heall hall Date: 1768 1. the great hall …

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  • 19Valhalla — Original name in latin Valhalla Name in other language State code US Continent/City America/New York longitude 41.07482 latitude 73.77513 altitude 86 Population 3162 Date 2011 05 14 …

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  • 20Valhalla —    In Nordic myth the name given to the great hall of the palace of Gladsheim in Asgard. It had a ceiling covered with spears and five hundred and forty gates through each of which eight hundred men could march abreast.    Allowing for pardonable …

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