berserker and Ulfhednar

berserker and Ulfhednar (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Where does the word «berserker»(berserkir in plural) come from? It is not clear. Some argue that comes from berr («naked») and serkr (similar to the shirt ), so that would mean «shirtless«, in relation to their clothing during the battle, but also thought that might come from […]