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RHAWK3935  11/9/2019
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Usage: English (Modern)

Pronounced: VIE-king (English)

Usage: This is also the name of a person who lived in Scandinavia between the 8th and 11th centuries who raided, traded, and or explored different parts of Europe.
RHAWK3935  11/9/2019
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Viking is the name of the son of Vífil and Eimyrja in Þorsteins saga Víkingssonar. Viking is the father of Thorsten and Thorer. Further details of his legend are recounted in Frithiof's Saga.
lilolaf  2/8/2017
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Viking Dahl was a Swedish composer, active also as a painter and an author. He was brother to K. G. William Dahl.

Viking Dahl was born in Osby in Scania and studied at the Royal College of Music 1915-1919 in Stockholm and thereafter in Copenhagen and Berlin. During a stay in Paris 1920, he wrote the dance drama Maison de Fous for Ballets Suédois.

He developed his own avant-gardism during his studies in Stockholm, and in Paris he met the radical French composers of the time, among them Darius Milhaud and Maurice Ravel. When he returned to Sweden he became an organist in Varberg, where he lived until his death.
lilolaf  2/8/2017
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Viking Palm was a Swedish light-heavyweight freestyle wrestler. He competed at the 1952, 1956 and 1960 Olympics and won a gold medal in 1952, finishing fourth in 1960. In 1960 his bronze medal match against Anatoly Albul ended in a draw, but Albul had a lower body weight. Palm won two medals at the world championships, in 1951 and 1954.
lilolaf  2/8/2017
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Viking Björk was a Swedish cardiac surgeon.

In 1968, he collaborated with American engineer Donald Shiley to develop the first "monostrut tilting disc valve" used to replace the aortic or mitral valve.
lilolaf  2/8/2017
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Pronounced VEE-king in Swedish.
Beautiful Victory  9/2/2013

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