noun Scandinavian Mythology.
Origin of Asgard
Examples from the Web for asgard
From afar, the confab known as the World Economic Forum in Davos looked a little like Asgard, the mythical home of the Norse gods.
On the tenth day of her journey, she came back again to Asgard.Nature Myths and Stories for Little Children|Flora J. Cooke
The Æsir watched him with amazement; never was seen such strength in Asgard.
His thoughts were so kind and his ways so pleasant that all who lived in Asgard, the home of the Norse gods, loved him.Classic Myths|Mary Catherine Judd
home of the gods in Norse religion, from Old Norse ass "god," from Proto-Germanic *ansu- (cf. Old High German ansi, Old English os, Gothic ans "god"), from PIE *ansu- "spirit" (cf. first element in Ahura Mazda, from Avestan) + Old Norse garðr "enclosure, yard, garden" (see yard (n.1)).