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Midgard is the name for Earth inhabited by and known to humans in early Germanic cosmology, and specifically one of the Nine Worlds in Norse mythology .

norse-mythology.org/cosmology/the-nine-worlds/midgard

Midgard is one of the Nine Worlds of Norse mythology and an important concept in the pre-Christian worldview of all of the Germanic peoples. It's the inhabited ...

www.britannica.com/topic/Midgard

Midgard: In Norse mythology, the Middle Earth, the abode of mankind, made from the body of the first created being, the giant Aurgelmir (Ymir). According to ...

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Midgard definition, the middle earth, home of men, lying between Niflheim and Muspelheim, formed from the body of Ymir. See more.

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Midgard is lost in an age of war, of dark wilderness and lost empires sunk beneath the waves. Only magic and the warmth of hope keeps lights aglow when  ...

www.collinsdictionary.com/dictionary/english/midgard

Midgard definition: the dwelling place of mankind , formed from the body of the giant Ymir and linked by the... | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and ...

en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Midgard

Midgard. (Norse mythology) The Earth of traditional Germanic cosmology, conceived as a middle realm between heaven (Asgard) and hell (Niflheim); the abode ...

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Midgard ("middle world") is on the same level as Nidavellir (land of the dwarfs), Svartalfheim (land of the dark elves/dwarfs) and Jotunheim (the land of the ...

www.etymonline.com/word/midgard

Meaning: "world inhabited by men (opposed to Asgard, the abode of the gods), 1882, from Old Norse miðgarðr, from mið "mid" (from PIE… See more.