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# Clue
1. People of Bergen
2. People of Oslo
3. Crew for Eric the Red
4. Scandinavian group
5. Vikings
6. Like Eric the Red
7. Adjective forAcross
8. Natives of Bergen
9. Of Oslo origin
10. West Scandinavians
11. Subjects of Olav V
12. People of Scandinavia
13. Harald the Fairhead's people
14. Some Scandinavians
15. Early settlers in the Orkneys
16. Icelandic, e.g.
17. The Scandinavians
18. Language of Iceland
19. Oslo citizens
20. Natives of Telemark
21. Rollo's men
22. Old Scandinavian tongue
23. Bergen-born
24. They wrote in runes
25. St. Olaf's subjects
26. Ibsen, for one
27. Like Amundsen
28. Ancient explorers
29. Early settlers of Iceland
30. Like Odin
31. Vikings, e.g.
32. Like Valhalla's heroes
33. Like the dragon Fafnir
34. Leif's language
35. Vinland pioneers
36. Like the Vikings
37. Kind of mythology that influenced Tolkien
38. Thor's mythology branch
39. Like Hel and Odin
40. Like Thor and Odin
41. Viking, perhaps
42. From Hammerfest
43. Medieval Scandinavians
44. Ericson's tongue
45. Like Hel
46. Like Ibsen or Grieg
47. Bergen-born, say
48. Like Hagar
49. Edda language
50. Like the Valkyries
51. Like the gods of Asgard
52. Language that gave us "berserk"
53. Ancient raiders
54. Language that gives us "ugly" and "berserk"
55. Like 27-Down
56. Like Ymir and Yggdrasil
57. ABOUT A LOUD NOISE OF A NORWEGIAN
58. Language that gives us "ransack" and "berserk"
59. Asgardian
60. Oslo's language
61. Like Leif Ericsson
62. Relating to Scandinavian languages
63. Ancient Icelandic settlers
64. Oslo residents
65. Viking language
66. West Scandinavian language
67. Like the Aesir
68. Longship crewmen
69. Language that gave us the word "berserk"
70. Like someone whose O might look like أک
71. Lillehammer natives
72. Like Leif Ericson
73. Old language that gives us "berserk"
74. Odin's worshippers
75. Old Scandinavian
76. Akin to Vikings
77. Eddic language
78. What Vikings spoke
79. Believers in Odin
80. Like the residents of Valhalla
81. Language that gives us "floe"
82. Like 2-Down
83. Old language that gives us "geyser"
84. Old tongue that gave us "rotten" and "egg"
85. Language on a longship
86. Like Eric or Leif
87. Longship language
88. From Lillehammer, say
89. Like Erik the Red
90. Like crook and creek, etymologically
91. Mythology branch
92. Like Leif and Eric
93. Ancient Scandinavian
94. Longship developers
95. Like Leif
96. Visitors to Vinland
97. Alaska's ___ Sound
98. Fictional parrot type featured in Monty Python's "dead parrot sketch"
99. Toymaking center?
100. 1973 Ali jaw-breaker
101. Major Eur. oil exporter
102. Henrik Ibsen, for one
103. Acapulco-to-Monterrey direcciأ³n
104. Robb Stark's realm in "Game of Thrones," with "the"
105. With 58-Down, four-time destination for 56-Down
106. Direction opposite from sur
107. Country that's won the most medals in the history of the Winter Olympics
108. Dietetic restriction
109. Elephant's trunk, basically
110. Henie's homeland
111. Light snacks
112. 'Can't do it'
113. O to Onassis
114. End of review
115. Nay and nah
116. Clown feature
117. It knows
118. Unwelcome answers usually
119. Host of 1994 Winter Olympics
120. Bridge places
121. It's between the British Isles and Scandinavia
122. Waterway between the United Kingdom and Denmark
123. Henry Moore creation
124. Language of the Vikings
125. The Norwegians
126. Norwegian
127. Like Hأ¤gar
128. Mythology branch of Thor and Odin
129. Like some mythology
130. Eric, for one
131. Scandinavian
132. Ericson, for one
133. Grieg and Flagstad
134. 48 Down, e.g.
135. Olaf, for one
136. Oslo people
137. Scandinavian language
138. Bergen natives
139. Bergen resident
140. Vikings' descendants
141. Adjective for 31 Across
142. From Oslo
143. From Trondheim
144. Detecting ability
145. A point in Mexico
146. Sur's opposite, in Mأ©xico
147. Like some myths
148. Like Thor
149. Northern Europeans
150. Like Loki
151. Like Odin or the Valkyries
152. Ancient mariners
153. Like Thor or Odin
154. Like Frigg and Hel
155. Like Vikings
156. Swedes’ neighbors
157. Origin of the word "troll"
158. Like 1-Across
159. See 24-Across
160. Like Loki or Thor
161. Like 26-Down
162. Like Odin or 9-Down
163. Like Ymir
164. Language from which "sky" and "egg" are derived
165. Like longship sailors
166. Like the origin of the names for some days of the week
167. Whence the word "troll"
168. It can be found in runes
169. Like Thor or Frigg
170. Perhaps senor's nationality?
171. Icelandic
172. People of North Europe
173. Seafaring people
174. Inhabitants of N Europe
175. Scandinavians
176. Nationality of Odin and Thor
177. Language of Trondheim
178. Old language
179. Pertaining to Haakon's land
180. European language
181. Ibsen's language
182. Vikings bold
183. Europeans
184. Saga tellers
185. Lie, Lange, etc
186. Trygve Lie, for example
187. Ancient Scandinavians
188. Ancient marauders of the British Isles
189. Believers in Hel and Frigg
190. Believers in Thor
191. Believers in Valhalla
192. Bergen-born say
193. Branch of mythology
194. Branch of mythology featuring Thor and Loki
195. Certain Europeans.
196. Certain Icelandic settlers
197. Culture that gave us the word "berserk"
198. Danish ingredient?
199. Danish language ancestor
200. Earliest Icelanders
201. Eric the Red e.g.
202. Eric the Red's language
203. Eric the Red e.g.
204. Eric the Red for one
205. Eric for one
206. Ericson for one
207. Erik the Red's language
208. European language.
209. European people
210. European.
211. Faeroese speakers
212. Faroese.
213. From Bergen
214. From Iceland e.g.
215. From Oslo e.g.
216. From Oslo for example
217. From Scandinavia
218. From Trondheim e.g.
219. Greenland settlers of old
220. Hoping to head to Valhalla perhaps
221. Ibsen for one
222. Icelanders' ancestors
223. Icelandic settlers
224. Icelandic e.g.
225. It may be found in runes
226. King Olaf's people.
227. Language "Viking" came from
228. Language from which "berserk" comes
229. Language from which "geyser" derives
230. Language from which "litmus" comes
231. Language from which "reindeer" comes
232. Language of Leif
233. Language that gave us "reindeer"
234. Language that gave us the word "reindeer"
235. Language.
236. Leif Ericson's crew
237. Leif Ericson by birth
238. Like Baldur
239. Like Erik the Red e.g.
240. Like Hagar the Horrible
241. Like Henrik Ibsen or Knut Hamsun
242. Like Jormungandr
243. Like Leif Eriksson
244. Like Loki and Thor
245. Like Odin and Thor
246. Like Odin or Thor
247. Like St. Olaf
248. Like Thor and Loki
249. Like Tyr
250. Like Tyr or Frigg
251. Like Valhalla's gods
252. Like Valkyries
253. Like crook and creek etymologically
254. Like early visitors to modern Nova Scotia
255. Like myths of Valhalla
256. Like some Scandinavians
257. Like some gods
258. Like some old sagas
259. Like some paganism
260. Like someone whose O might look like o
261. Like the goddesses Frigg and Freya
262. Like the gods Loki and Thor
263. Like the gods Thor and Loki
264. Like the gods Thor and Odin
265. Like the myth of Ragnarok
266. Like the mythological Aesir-Vanir War
267. Like the settlers of Iceland
268. Longship sailors
269. Many medieval mariners
270. Mythology with Mjolnir and Hrothgar
271. Mythology with Odin and Thor
272. Natives of Trondheim
273. Northern Kentucky ___ (team named for a group of Europeans)
274. Norwegians
275. Odin's mythology
276. Of Thor Odin etc.
277. Of Vikings
278. Of the Vikings
279. Olaf's people.
280. Olaf for one
281. Old ___ (language of the Vikings)
282. Old language that Icelandic strongly resembles
283. Old language.
284. Oslo native
285. Oslo-born
286. Re Odin's realm
287. Relating to medieval Scandinavia or its peoples languages or cultures
288. Rune writers.
289. Saga language
290. Scandanavian
291. Scandinavian ancestors
292. Scandinavian explorers
293. Scandinavian of yore
294. Scandinavian people
295. Scandinavian right in front of plane (5)
296. Scandinavians.
297. Settlers of Iceland
298. Some Europeans
299. Some ancient mariners
300. Swedes' neighbors
301. The Vikings
302. The Vikings e.g.
303. Viking
304. Viking language (with "Old")
305. Viking tongue
306. Viking perhaps
307. Viking.
308. Vikinglike
309. Vikings' language
310. Vikings' tongue
311. Vikings e.g.
312. Vikings for one
313. Vikings.
314. Vinland visitors
315. Early discoverers
316. Eric the Red, for one
317. Longship sailors, e.g.
318. Like 46-Across
319. Like Erik the Red, e.g.
320. El ____
321. Scandinavian of yore
322. Henry Tilney's abbey<P>
323. Compass point in Mexico
324. Rio Bravo del ___: Rio Grande
325. 8th C. raider
326. Not sur
327. Kind of Americano
328. What's up with Rand McNally?
329. Superior part of Lake Superior?
330. Glinda the Good's domain, in film
331. Opposite of sur, in Spain
332. Side in the Civil War
333. Viking's method for sending messages?
334. Up on the map
335. Civil War victors
336. Certain Scandinavian
337. Erik the Red's people
338. Tenth-century raiders
339. Apple commonly used in pies
340. Kim's half of Korea
341. Take your time
342. Denials
343. Figs.
344. They're not positive
345. Turndowns
346. Rejections
347. Top of the charts?
348. Part of two state names
349. Refusals
350. Thumbs-down responses
351. Winter Olympics powerhouse
352. Snack
353. More meddlesome
354. 'Huh-uh!'
355. Words of denial
356. Tag announcement
357. Kramden's pal
358. Needle point?
359. Needlepoint?
360. Rio Grande do ___ (Natal's state)
361. Toward cooler weather, say
362. Stormy wintry blast
363. Opposite of "sur"
364. Compأ،s direction
365. Little Dipper part
366. Compass point
367. High point?
368. With 58-Across, what can be found in each of the answers to the asterisked clues
369. Eric the Red and others
370. Scandinavian.
371. Point of the compass: Sp.
372. French pronoun.
373. Seafaring people.
374. England's Prime Minister, 1770–82.
375. Course of Frankenstein's flight.
376. Leif's parentage.
377. Norwegian.
378. Pertaining to Haakon's land.
379. Trygve Lie, for example.
380. Part of the U. S.
381. Ibsen's language.
382. Lie, Lange, etc.
383. Natives of Bergen.
384. Saga tellers.
385. Vikings bold.
386. Early discoverers.
387. Ogier and others.
388. ___americano.
389. Big name in NATO.
390. Opposite to sur, in Spain.
391. NATO Commander.
392. Compass point: Span.
393. North, in South America.
394. NATO name.
395. Bridge hand.
396. Viking ship.
397. Northern Europeans.
398. Direction: Sp.
399. Type of Americano.
400. From Trondheim, e.g.
401. Ancient language
402. Group of languages of Europe
403. Group of European languages
404. King Olaf's people
405. Rune writers
406. Olaf's people
407. Language
408. Vikings, eg
409. , eg
410. Adjective for
411. Like Odin and Loki
412. Language once spoken in Bergen or Senja
413. Colonizers of Iceland
414. Medieval Scandinavian language