noun (often initial capital letter)
Origin of kraken
Examples from the Web for kraken
Contemporary Examples of kraken
The proposed Titan Mare Explorer (TiME), for example, would place a boat on either Ligeia Mare or Kraken Mare.A Cloud Forms Over Saturn’s Mysterious Moon
Matthew R. Francis
August 17, 2014
Kraken: The symbol of House Greyjoy of the Iron Islands, a giant squid in gold on a black field.‘Game of Thrones’ Season 2 for Dummies
March 28, 2012
Historical Examples of kraken
"There were tales in olden times of the Kraken," suggested Thorpe.
Unless I am in error, it had a pitched battle hereabouts with a kraken.Tales of Fantasy and Fact
The complainants must have been the kraken, the griffins, and the serpents.Myths of the Rhine
X. B. Saintine
Kraken dwelt on this savage coast in an inaccessible cavern.
At the sight of Kraken she uttered a cry of alarm and darted forward to escape from him.
Word Origin for kraken
monster of the North Sea, 1755, from Norwegian dialectal krake.