from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Mythology A Norse god who created discord, especially among his fellow gods.
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- proper n. The god of mischief and trickery; growing progressively evil, he kills Balder, and is bound until Ragnarok, the end of the world.
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- n. (Norse mythology) trickster; god of discord and mischief; contrived death of Balder and was overcome by Thor
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Knutson is known around town for selling wild-caught salmon at farmers markets under the name Loki Fish Co.
Loki is fated, according to Norse myth, to bring about Ragnarok – the end of the world.
And of course Laura, as I told you separately, I'm so sorry sweet Loki is gone.
'_Trembles Yggdrasil's ash yet standing; groans that ancient tree, and the Jotun Loki is loosed.
Loki is known as the trickster and symbolizes chaos.
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Loki is currently available for Windows, Mac, and now Windows wireless devices.
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Matthew: Loki is played very well here (though I kinda liked him better in Sif’s body) as he reminds Norman that the Civil War started with Stamford, and subtlety explains that perhaps this needs to happen again.
I will counter by saying that if Loki is as spoilt as I think he probably is, then I’m sure he’s a lot juicier than his advanced age would warrant.
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