Definitions for "Valhalla"
Keywords:  norse, slain, odin, heroes, hall
The palace of immortality, inhabited by the souls of heroes slain in battle.
Fig.: A hall or temple adorned with statues and memorials of a nation's heroes; specifically, the Pantheon near Ratisbon, in Bavaria, consecrated to the illustrious dead of all Germany.
In Norse mythology, Odin's hall, where he received the souls of slain warriors.
Valhalla is a Danish comic book series. Originally commissioned for and published by Interpresse, it has been published by Carlsen Comics since 1991.
Valhalla was a ZX Spectrum and Commodore 64 adventure game published in 1983 by Legend. The game was produced by Movisoft (Richard Edwards, Graham Asher, Charles Goodwin, Andrew Owen). It was mainly text-based with some graphics showing the location and the characters there.
Valhalla is a Danish animated feature film released in October 1986 by Metronome. Based on volumes one, four and five of the Interpresse/Carlsen comic book series, it was directed by Peter Madsen, and starred the voices of Dick Kaysø, Preben Kristensen, Laura Bro and Marie Ingerslev.
Keywords:  nbsp, harlem, callisto, slumped, metro
Valhalla is the largest impact crater on Jupiter's moon Callisto. It has a bright central region 600 km across, and striking concentric rings extending to a diameter of approximately 3,000 km around that. The ring fracture system may have formed as semi-liquid material slumped towards the centre of the crater following the impact.
The Valhalla Metro-North Railroad station serves the residents of Valhalla, New York, via the Harlem Line. Trains leave or arrive approximately every 20 minutes during peak periods, hourly otherwise. It is 25.5 miles (41 km) to Grand Central and the average travel time to Grand Central is 39 minutes.
Keywords:  afterlife, viking, term
the Viking term for the afterlife
Keywords:  aircraft, formation, large
a large formation of aircraft.