“The good God only knows,” said the Norseman, taking off his cap.
And let each take his weapons, nor care how many Danes there be to one Norseman.'
The Norseman, while still an unbaptized buccaneer, laid low every Merovingian and Carolingian edifice.
The reply was as near a shrug of the shoulders as a Norseman can accomplish.
Engaged in wars with each other, Dane and Norseman had no leisure to think of reconquering England.
He is about to hail the approaching Norseman, when a doubt restrains him.
The shrewd Norseman quickly devised a promising plan within the depths of his astute brain.
But a heathen at heart and a Norseman in spirit, he did not intend to keep this promise.
They differ in no way in their wanton cruelty to Norseman and Dane.
“Look yonder,” said the first Norseman, jerking his thumb over his shoulder.