Hel


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Hel

 (hĕl)
n. Norse Mythology
1. The goddess of death and the underworld; the daughter of Loki.
2. The underworld of the dead not killed in battle.

[Old Norse; see kel- in Indo-European roots.]
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Hel

(hɛl) or

Hela

n
1. (Norse Myth & Legend) the goddess of the dead
2. (Norse Myth & Legend) the underworld realm of the dead
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Hel

(hɛl)

n.
a Norse goddess, the daughter of Loki, who ruled the abode of the dead.
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Noun1.Hel - (Norse mythology) goddess of the dead and queen of the underworldHel - (Norse mythology) goddess of the dead and queen of the underworld
Norse mythology - the mythology of Scandinavia (shared in part by Britain and Germany) until the establishment of Christianity
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Translations
Hel
References in classic literature ?
Having lit the candle, she hel d it low, and pointed to the skirting-board.
As Vikram toils as a night guard, Hel -- a specialized surgeon in her own world -- lives off of government assistance and devours Vikram's relics in search of peace, particularly novels by authors who were never authors in this strange new place.
Now, taking into account these conveyances, the company holds a total of 212,696 restricted shares (HEL:RAIKV) and 7,617,327 free shares (HEL:RAIVV).
We have something better in opur [ sic ] mind: our heavy metal themed bus will give one HEL of a ride for #AY666 passengers!" the airport wrote, sharing an image of a bus that read "Hard Rockin' HEL."
Simon's retelling of Norse mythology through the voice and experiences of Hel adds spunk to the canon.
| Hel Hadau Gwawn, Annes Glynn ; Cyhoeddiadau Barddas.
Childhood such as it is ends with kidnapping to Asgard, the sky citadel, by Odin so the Gods can attempt to nullify any threat from Hel's monster brothers.
Circuit director Peter Hillaby said: "Hel Performance were one of the first companies to sign up with Oliver's Mount for the 2015 race season.
This was the first full-up demonstration of the HEL MD in the configuration including the laser and beam director mounted in the vehicle, according to officials of the US Army Space and Missile Defense Command/Army Forces Strategic Command.
Solidium is also a minority shareholder in Elisa Oyj (HEL:ELI1V), Kemira Oyj (HEL:KRA1V), Metso Oyj (HEL:MEO1V), Outokumpu Oyj (HEL:OUT1V), TeliaSonera AB (HEL:TLS1V) and several other listed companies.
That HEL weapon will affect targets faster and with more precision and stealth than a conventional munition or weapons system.