Definition of Berserkers

1. Noun. (plural of berserker) ¹



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Definition of Berserkers

1. berserker [n] - See also: berserker

Lexicographical Neighbors of Berserkers

berry fern
berry sugar
berrying
berryings
berryish
berryite
berryites
berryless
berrylike
berrypecker
berrypeckers
berseem
berseems
berserk
berserker
berserkers
berserkly
berserks
berstle
berstles
berth
bertha
berthage
berthages
berthas
berthe
berthed
berthes
berthierine
berthierite

Literary usage of Berserkers

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Religion of the Teutons by Pierre Daniël Chantepie de la Saussaye (1902)
"When the attack has passed by, Berserkers are no stronger than ordinary men. The Norwegian kings were fond of having a few Berserkers among their followers ..."

2. History of Scandinavia: From the Early Times of the Northmen and Vikings to by Paul Christian Sinding (1863)
"Rolf and AD, all his Berserkers were put to the sword, except 600. 'Wiggo, who promised to avenge the death of the king. He kept his promise, ..."

3. The Northmen: The Sea-kings, and Vikings, Their Manners and Customs by Paul Christian Sinding (1882)
"Rolf and A, D., all his Berserkers were put to the sword, except eoo. "Wiggo, who promised to avenge the death of the king. He kept Ms promise, ..."

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