one of the Norse gods, son of Odin and Freya, known for his beauty and near-invulnerability. (proper-noun)
Examples of word Baldur
It was that addictive "one more level" Diablo game play and technology tree combined with the dialogue options in Baldur's Gate II.
I canâ€™t remember his name, but there was an NPC in Baldurâ€™s Gate that was actually designed to annoy you so much that you would eventually kill him just to stop the stupid dialogue boxes from opening.
I moved aside, recalling Baldur's recommendations to avoid trouble.
Now a certain strand went west of the firth, and a great stead was thereon, which was called Baldur's Meads; a Place of Peace was there, and a great temple, and round about it a great garth of pales: many gods were there, but amidst them all was Baldur held of most account.
So fair and dazzling is he in form and features, that rays of light seem to issue from him; and thou mayst have some idea of the beauty of his hair when I tell thee that the whitest of all plants is called Baldur's brow.