One of the best pavilions, which got a lot of buzz, is the Danish and Nordic Pavilion.
The Nordic myths describe the Home of the Gods as simultaneously glorious—and doomed.
Nordic countries have successfully adopted the use of quotas to increase the number of women in parliament.
A "FOR SALE" sign hangs outside the Nordic pavilion and a real-estate agent takes visitors on house tours.
There is an inherent darkness to the Nordic Noir shows, and a sense that the scales are never balanced or endings neatly tied up.
Even in eastern Turkestan there are still strong evidences of Nordic blood in the physiognomy of the people.
There was no such thing, at that time, as a consolidated Nordic empire.
Attila and his Huns were the first to break through into Nordic lands as far as the plains of northern France.
Until the last century or so before the Christian era, the Mongol and the Nordic peoples had not been in close touch.
But here we have to consider the differences of climate, and the apparent necessity of a rather generous diet for the Nordic race.
1898, from French nordique (in J. Deniker's system of race classifications), literally "of or pertaining to the north," from nord "north" (a loan-word from Old English; see north). Perhaps influenced by German Nordisch. As a noun, from 1901. Strictly, the blond peoples who inhabit Scandinavia and the north of Britain. As a type of skiing competition, it is attested from 1954.