Midgard

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From Icelandic, from Old Norse Miðgarðr.

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Midgard

  1. (Norse mythology) The Earth of traditional Germanic cosmology, conceived as a middle realm between heaven (Asgard) and hell (Niflheim); the abode of human beings, between those of the gods (Æsir) and the dead.

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Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Norse Miðgarðr.

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Midgard f

  1. (Norse mythology) Midgard (the abode of humans, between heaven and hell)