Berserk

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Last seen on: –LA Times Crossword 17 Apr 21, Saturday
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Random information on the term “Berserk”:

In the Old Norse written corpus, berserkers were those who were said to have fought in a trancelike fury, a characteristic which later gave rise to the modern English word berserk (meaning “furiously violent or out of control”). Berserkers are attested to in numerous Old Norse sources.

The Old Norse form of the word was berserkr (plural berserkir). It likely means “bear-shirt” (compare the Middle English word serk, meaning shirt), “someone who wears a coat made out of a bear’s skin”. Thirteenth-century historian Snorri Sturluson interpreted the meaning as “bare-shirt”, that is to say that the warriors went into battle without armour, but that view has largely been abandoned.

However, in Iceland, Berserkjahraun is a 3-4,000-year-old lava field with scenery that ranges from nubby moss-covered rocks to jutting spikes of hardened lava. The rocky field gets its name from a part of the Icelandic Eyrbyggia Saga. As the tale goes, a 10th-century farmer had two Berserkers, labourers from Sweden who were known for their large size and general aggressiveness, who worked for him.

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