wildling


wildling

wildling [wahyld-ling] ExamplesWord Origin noun

  1. a wild plant, flower, or animal.

Origin of wildling First recorded in 1830–40; wild + -ling1 Examples from the Web for wildling Contemporary Examples of wildling

  • So at the end of the episode, he sets out to kill Mance Rayder and, by killing him, to divide the wildling army.

    Game of Thrones’ ‘The Watchers on the Wall’: The Battle of Castle Black Is One For the Ages

    Andrew Romano

    June 9, 2014

  • But after his wildling girlfriend Gilly reappears at the gate, he begins to grow up.

    Game of Thrones’ ‘The Watchers on the Wall’: The Battle of Castle Black Is One For the Ages

    Andrew Romano

    June 9, 2014

  • Yuri Kolokolnikov as Styr, Magnar of Thenn Styr, the Magnar of Thenn, is the leader of the Thenn and a wildling.

    Meet Game of Thrones’ Sexy New Season 4 Cast: The Red Viper, Porn Stars, and More

    Marlow Stern

    April 4, 2014

  • Kneelers: The wildling nickname for the people south of the Wall.

    ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 3 for Dummies

    Jace Lacob

    March 27, 2013

  • Jon refuses to do that with Gilly (Hannah Murray), the wildling girl, and for the right reasons.

    Kit Harington on ‘Game of Thrones,’ Fame, and Playing Emo Hero Jon Snow

    Jace Lacob

    April 9, 2012

  • Historical Examples of wildling

  • Where homes the forest-haunting doe, where roams the wildling boar?

    The Carmina of Caius Valerius Catullus

    Caius Valerius Catullus

  • Moreover, the child was a wildling, like himself, and they were of the same mind in hating all the gossips of the Faubourg.

    The Fortune of the Rougons

    Emile Zola

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