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A native or inhabitant of Scandinavia, especially of Norway.
- ‘Tales of the Northmen, Tales of the Russians, and the legends of Siegfried and Dietrich followed.’
- ‘They became known by the French as Northmen or Normans.’
- ‘He held off a force of Northmen with just a single battalion of infantry.’
- ‘He's gone so far as to recruit entire bands of Northmen.’
- ‘We also know you have dealt with the Northmen, therefore the king has stripped you of all titles and passed them to Sir Stars and his family.’
Old English (see north, man).
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