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Moradin

Norwegian translation: Thor

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11:02 Sep 15, 2000
German to Norwegian translations [PRO]
Art/Literary
German term or phrase: Moradin
First Name of a Norse (Norweigen) god. Name may be slightly different. Originaly came from Borgadin know only in the AD&D world. Anyone heard this name or one like it mentioned in Norse mythos?
Steven Rosbury
Norwegian translation:Thor
Explanation:
Just look at www.altavista.com under Moradin. I found plenty of sites there. I've read that Moradin has a hammer - the Norse god Thor has got one as well.

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Thor


Explanation:
Just look at www.altavista.com under Moradin. I found plenty of sites there. I've read that Moradin has a hammer - the Norse god Thor has got one as well.




    Reference: http://www.altavista.com
    Reference: http://www.chivian.com/chivian/IslesGodsMoradin.html
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