We've got a surprise for you, Norn, but we won't tell till we've had lunch; will we, Ju?
We caught our first view of Bruce Haydon here—remember, Norn?
From the first Norn's tale we learn that the tree has withered and the fountain dried.
I don't think it would be such a bad sort of thing, do you, Norn?
"Gtterdmmerung" opens with a repetition of known themes in the Norn scene.
There isn't anything that tells the truth so straight as our sort of work, Norn.
A pitiful sight was that of an old, gray haired man named Norn.
Come on, Norn, we're about dead, standing on these flinty-hearted steps.
As the second Norn took the thread in her worn hands, she crooned a sorrowful song about the present.
Did it ever occur to you that our little Judy might make a fair actress, Norn?
1770, from Old Norse norn (plural nornir), one of the female fates of Scandinavian mythology, related to Swedish dialectal norna "to warn, to communicate secretly," perhaps ultimately imitative of low murmuring (cf. Middle High German narren "to growl, snarl").