1. a native or inhabitant of Norway
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  • He is captured and made a slave for most of his childhood until he is set free and refers to himself as a Varangian: a Norseman who has left his home. “Northlanders Volume 1: Sven the Returned” by Brian Wood and Davide Gianfelice (Vertigo, 2008) « The BookBanter Blog
  • A blonde or red headed man was thought to resemble an enemy Norseman and so was discouraged!
  • Claud Halcro, the poet, is fond of rhyming the only kind of Norseman known to his time, and in his "Song of Harold Harfager" we hear the echoes of Gray's odes. The Influence of Old Norse Literature on English Literature
  • THE Democratic Review not long since contained a singularly wild and spirited poem, entitled the Norseman's Ride, in which the writer appears to have very happily blended the boldness and sublimity of the heathen saga with the grace and artistic skill of the literature of civilization. The Conflict with Slavery and Others, Complete, Volume VII, The Works of Whittier: the Conflict with Slavery, Politics and Reform, the Inner Life and Criticism
  • Odd-Knut had a Viking shock of blond hair, but little other resemblance to the Hollywood Norseman.
  • His plane (a single-engined UC-64 Norseman, USAAF serial 44-70285) departed from RAF Twinwood Farm in Clapham, Bedfordshire and disappeared while flying over the English Channel. Five People Who Disappeared Off The Face Of The Earth | myFiveBest
  • Semantics, my dear chap. Norman might mean "Norseman", but William and his peeps spoke French and worshiped God, not Thor. Army Rumour Service
  • While in the SEALs, he had earned the code name Norseman, not for his rugged good looks, which were more Germanic than Norse, or because he fought like a fearsome Viking warrior, but rather because of the long string of Scandinavian flight attendants he had dated. Blowback
  • There was no one near me, or I think that I should have made some desperate effort to call a Norseman to my help. A Prince of Cornwall A Story of Glastonbury and the West in the Days of Ina of Wessex
  • Director Mike Nispel, who resurrected a D.O.A. “Texas Chainsaw Massacre” in 2003, sets a dark mood for what begins as a fish-out-of-water scenario (usually reserved for comedy, mind you). “500 years before Columbus, ” a young Norseman is abandoned in the snows of North America and taken in by natives. Current Movie Reviews, Independent Movies - Film Threat
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