noun Scandinavian Mythology.
Origin of Ragnarok
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Historical Examples of ragnarok
As for the long tale that they tell of Ragnarok, that is the wars of the Trojans.
The commander, already sick from an acceleration that would have been negligible to Ragnarok men, had no choice.
The grove where the two human beings, Lif and Lifthraser, were preserved during Ragnarok.
The Gerns would have to be brought to Ragnarok before that could happen.
Never, never let them forget how they came to be on Ragnarok.
Word Origin for Ragnarök
in Norse mythology, the last battle of the world, in which gods and men will be destroyed by monsters and darkness, 1770, from Old Norse ragna, genitive of rögn "gods" + rök "destined end" or rökr "twilight." Cf. Gotterdammerung.