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05:16 Feb 19, 2005
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Norwegian to Norwegian translations [PRO] Art/Literary - Other / Mythology
Norwegian term or phrase:Warclaps
Could anyone help me with the following question. I am trying to ascertain the right spelling of mythological characters which are called Stone Giants, or Warclaps (Warklaps, Varclaps, Varklaps, etc.). They are from the English mythology, though I believe they have a Nordic origin. For some reason I couldn't find any resources in English on the Web - maybe it's because I don't know how their name is properly spelled. Should anyone know anything concerning this matter, please advise!
If you could provide some links, I'd really appreciate that.