any of the beautiful maidens attendant upon Odin who bring the souls of slain warriors chosen by Odin or Tyr to Valhalla and there wait upon them.
- Also Walkyrie.
- Val·kyr·i·an, adjective
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How to use Valkyrie in a sentence
To build this drone jet, the Air Force Research Lab awarded a contract worth almost $18 million to Kratos, maker of aerial target drones as well as the Valkyrie and Mako combat drones.The Air Force’s next jet drone will be a new robot wingman | Kelsey D. Atherton | November 3, 2021 | Popular-Science
With names such as Cowboy Coffee, Battle Axe, Dust Bunny, Valhalla and Valkyrie, the trails are a mix of technical and more flowing free rides.
He initially included a scene showing a woman walking out of Valkyrie’s bedroom.
In a flashback scene Valkyrie loses one of her fellow female warriors during a fight with the villain Hela, and the dialogue implies that the fallen soldier may have been a love interest.
Astute readers will have noticed that Valkyrie didn’t appear in a Marvel movie until 2017, and even then that character’s queerness was implied not stated.
Bryan is very interested in World War II, which was a very big part of X-Men, Valkyrie, and Apt Pupil.Simon Kinberg on ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past,’ ‘The Fantastic Four’ Reboot, and Black Superheroes | Marlow Stern | May 25, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
But even before Valkyrie was released, Cruise had been through a sort of career intervention.
Even though you go into Valkyrie knowing how it will end, the details of history are still plenty engaging.
But even though you go into Valkyrie knowing how it will end, the details of history are still plenty engaging.
The breeze steadied down during the dark hours, and the 'Valkyrie' had a day just to her liking.
Spectators were treated to a magnificent light-weather match between the 'Valkyrie' and 'Britannia.'
Owing to the flagboat drifting, they went round Lepe buoy, and having to nip to fetch, 'Valkyrie' gained a trifle.
Heavy squalls came off the Island, and 'Satanita' had lee decks full, 'Valkyrie' by comparison standing up manfully.
All had a single reef in mainsails, and 'Valkyrie's' topmast was struck, the rest keeping theirs on end.
British Dictionary definitions for Valkyrie
Norse myth any of the beautiful maidens who serve Odin and ride over battlefields to claim the dead heroes and take them to Valhalla
- Valkyrian, adjective
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