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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
Dear colleagues!

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.

Thank you!
Andrew Vdovin
Local time: 18:17


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