Definitions

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  • noun A female mediaeval Scandinavian or Viking.

Etymologies

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Norse +‎ woman

Examples

  • Mrs. Molla Bjurstedt Mallory followed Miss Browne as the outstanding figure in American tennis when the wonderful Norsewoman took the championship in 1915.

    The Art of Lawn Tennis

  • There, those weird legends which, in former days, still held their sway in the fancy of every Norsewoman, breathed their secrets into her ear, and she felt her nearness and kinship to nature, as at no other time.

    Tales From Two Hemispheres

  • There, those weird legends which, in former days, still held their sway in the fancy of every Norsewoman, breathed their secrets into her ear, and she felt her nearness and kinship to nature, as at no other time.

    Tales from Two Hemispheres

  • The room to which the old Norsewoman conducted her was a very plain little place, with whitewashed walls and the simplest of furniture.

    The Gold of Chickaree

  • The old Norsewoman stood beside her, watching with all the wisdom of her loving, wise heart to see where the hurt was and what the medicine must be.

    The Gold of Chickaree

  • A Norwegian production company is seeking American contestants with Norwegian ancestry to compete on a reality show in which they'll discover their roots while vying for a cash prize, the allows Americans of Norwegian descent to unleash their inner Norseman or Norsewoman while engaging in typical Norwegian exploits -- cow-herding, tractor-racing, cross-country skiing and the like.

    USATODAY.com News

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