Norsewoman

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Norse +‎ -woman.

NounEdit

Norsewoman (plural Norsewomen)

  1. A female mediaeval Scandinavian or Viking.
    • 2003, Julia Byrne, The Viking's Captive, page 136:
      Gunhild had taken great pleasure in pointing out that, after today, she, too, would sit there, since Norsewomen ate apart from the men.