hel

  1. goddess of the dead and queen of the underworld
  2. (in various religions) the world of the dead

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HEL

High-Energy Laser (US)
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HEL

Human Engineering Laboratory (US)
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Hel

Hell 2 Hades noun (religion) the world of the dead; `he didn`t want to go to hell when he died`
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Hel

[being] In Norse mythology, Hel is a being who presides over a realm of the same name, where she receives a portion of the dead. Hel is attested in the Poetic Edda, compiled in the 13th century from earlier traditional sources, and the Prose Edda, written in the 13th century by Snorri Sturluson. In addition, she is mentioned in poems record...
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Hel

[location] In Norse mythology, Hel, the realm, shares a name with Hel, the female figure associated with and the guardian of the location formally known as either Hel or Helheim. In late Icelandic sources, varying descriptions of Hel are given and various figures are described as being buried with items that will facilitate their journey to...
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Hel

[Naval Acronyms and Slang] Helicopter
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Hel

Goddess of dead and queen of underworld; daughter of Loki.
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Hel

Hel (hel) , in Norse mythology, the underworld (sometimes called Niflheim) and the goddess who ruled there. In early Germanic mythology, Hel was the goddess who ruled the majestic abode for the dead. Later, particularly after the advent of Christianity, Hel became a place of punishment, similar to t...
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Hel

Hel (Hela) was the Norse goddess of the underworld. She was a daughter of Loki and the giant Angurboda, and the sister of Fenrir and Jormungand. She was said to dwell beneath one of the three roots of the ash Yggdrasil, dark rivers surrounding her abode; a dog watches without; the horse she rides has three feet; and she herself was said to be half ...
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HEL

High Energy Laser
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Hel

in Norse mythology, originally the name of the world of the dead; it later came to mean the goddess of death. Hel was one of the children of the ... [3 related articles]
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Hel

In Norse mythology, the goddess of the land of the dead, also named Hel or Niflheim, a northern region of ice, snow, and perpetual darkness and the lowest level of the Nine Worlds. Her realm was the...
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Hel

[n] - goddess of the dead and queen of the underworld 2. [n] - (in various religions) the world of the dead
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