Origin of Hel
Words nearby Hel
How to use Hel in a sentence
For example, in the tragic tale of god Baldr’s death, his brother Hermóðr rode Sleipnir all the way to Hel, the realm of the dead.
Hel, who dwelt under one of the three roots of the sacred ash Yggdrasil, was the daughter of the wicked Loki.The Mysteries of All Nations|James Grant
The stony hills are dashed together, the giantesses totter; men tread the path of Hel, and heaven is cloven.
Forth rode Odin—the ground rattled—till to Hel's lofty house he came.
When this composition was written, it appears that Hel was no longer regarded as a person, but as a place.
On an eagle's mount thou shalt early sit, looking and turned towards Hel.