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Etymology: [ 'bA-&-"wulf ] (noun.) Old English Beowulf.
2 An Anglo-Saxon personal name, usually with reference to the hero of an Old English epic poem, or to the poem itself
3 An anonymous Old English epic poem believed to have been composed in the early eighth century, principally concerning the exploits of the warrior Beowulf and containing historical and legendary tales about the Geats, Danes, and other older Germanic peoples
4 The legendary hero of this epic, who slays the monster Grendel and its mother, becomes king of the Geats, and dies fighting a dragon
5 an epic (=long poem about gods and great men and women) written in the 8th century in Old English, about a man called Beowulf who kills a powerful frightening creature and becomes a king. Heroic poem considered the highest achievement of Old English literature and the earliest European vernacular epic. It deals with events of the early 6th century and was probably composed 700-750. It tells the story of the Scandinavian hero Beowulf, who gains fame as a young man by vanquishing the monster Grendel and Grendel's mother; later, as an aging king, he kills a dragon but dies soon after, honoured and lamented. Beowulf belongs metrically, stylistically, and thematically to the Germanic heroic tradition but shows a distinct Christian influence
6 epic poem dating from the 8th century (oldest extant work written in English); supercomputer comprised of several PCs connected by a LAN and dedicated to high-end parallel processing (Computers)  isim
7 the legendary hero of an anonymous Old English epic poem composed in the early 8th century; he slays a monster and becomes king but dies fighting a dragon
8 a warrior from the poem titled 'beowulf' who fought a dragon and slew it, only to die from wounds inflicted by the dragon
9 - A network of relatively inexpensive computers (including PCs), potentially using different processors and hardware architectures, united by GNU/Linux and special system-level software into a massively parallel computing system, so that all of the computers work as one computer A good cheap way to have a supercomputer :)
10 Anglo-Saxon epic poem of the early 8th century or earlier, set among the 5th and 6th century Geats of Sweden, and the Danish Royal court
11 m: (personal name) Beowulf, prince of the Geats 795, 818, 856, 872
12 Another open source Chess program designed to be easily readable by Colin Frayn and Dann Corbit Related Pages : Beowulf Homepage
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