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Rolf Kraki

[ krah-kee ]
/ ˈkrɑ ki /
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noun Scandinavian Legend.

a possibly historical Danish king of the 9th century, the subject of an Old Icelandic saga and in accounts by the Danish historian Saxo Grammaticus: involved in great battles with his stepfather, Adils of Sweden.

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Origin of Rolf Kraki

<Old Norse Hrólfr, equivalent to hró(thr) fame + (ú)lfrwolf, cognate with Old English Hrōthwulf; kraki wretch (applied ironically)

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