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- Naglfar means "wraith ferry". It was a ship in Norse Mythology built from the fingernails of the dead. Hence, another study states it translates to "nail ferry", demanding that no dead body would be buried without having cut its nails. During the battle, Ragnarok, Naglfar was freed from land by a flood and sailed the battlefield of Vagrond and led Hymir and his evil army of giants against the gods at the end of time. If they lost, a new world would arise from the sea. Submitted by: Kyle
- Naglfar means "wraith ferry". In Norse mythology, it was a ship, built from finger and toe nails of the of the dead. Hence, other studies would conclude that it translates to "nail ferry", demanding that the dead would have their nails cut before being buried. Naglfar would freed from the land by a flood and sailed to Vagrond, a vast plain where the battle, Ragnarok, would be fought, by Hymir and his hoard of evil giants against the gods at the end of time. If the gods won Ragnarok, a new world would arise from the sea. Submitted by: Kyle
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