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Baldrs draumar

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EtymologyEdit

From the Old Norse Baldr (the god Baldur, the lord), + draumar, plural of draumr (dream), from Proto-Germanic *draumaz (song, happy activity, dream, hallucination), from Proto-Indo-European *dhreugh-.

Proper nounEdit

Baldrs draumar

  1. The Dreams of Baldur; the eleventh book of the Poetic Edda.

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Baldrs draumar pl

  1. Baldrs draumar.

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Baldrs draumar

  1. Baldrs draumar

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Proper nounEdit

Baldrs draumar m

  1. (Nordic literature, rare) Baldrs draumar (eleventh book of the Poetic Edda)