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The English word berserk is derived from the Old Norse words ber-serkr (plural ber-serkir ) meaning a "bear-shirt"—., a wild warrior or champion of the heathen age, although its interpretation remains controversial. [2] The element ber- was interpreted by the thirteenth-century historian Snorri Sturluson as "bare", which he understood to mean that the warriors went into battle bare-chested, or without armor. [3] [2] This word is also used in ber-skjaldaðr that means "bare of shield", or without a shield. Others derive it from the preferred berr (Germ, bär = ursus, the bear), [2] and Snorri's view has been largely abandoned. [4]


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