Crossword clues for cnut
n. (given name male from=Germanic), an alternative spelling of Canute (Scandinavian Knut) in historical context.
Usage examples of "cnut".
No wonder women of vanquished, pre-Medieval European countries were attracted to these exceedingly handsome men who carried such fanciful names as Gudrod the Magnificent, Harald Fairhair, Thorfinn the Mighty, Halfdan of the Wide Embrace, Rolf the Marcher, Thorkel the Handsome, Sven Forkbeard and Cnut the Great.
Selik and Cnut joined a group of well-dressed Viking men who saluted them with hearty shouts and comradely slaps on their backs.
I am descended from Cnut, better known as Canute, a Danish king who conquered England in the early eleventh century.