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Nordic commonly refers to:
- Nordic countries, the northwestern European countries of Scandinavia
- Scandinavia, a cultural, historical and ethno-linguistic region in northern Europe
- A native of Northern Europe
- Nordic or North Germanic languages
Nordic may also refer to:
- Nordic Bronze Age, a period and a Bronze Age culture in Scandinavian pre-history
- Nordic folklore
- Nordic mythology
Relating to a racial category
- Nordic race, a race group
- Nordic theory or Nordicism, the belief that Northern Europeans constitute a "master race"
- Nordic League, a far right organisation in the United Kingdom from 1935 to 1939
- Nordic aliens, a group of supposed humanoid extraterrestrial beings whose appearance resembles the Nordic physical type
- Nordic combined, a winter sport in which athletes compete in both cross-country skiing and ski jumping
- Nordic skiing, a winter sport that encompasses all types of skiing where the heel of the boot cannot be fixed to the ski, as opposed to Alpine skiing
- Nordic walking, a physical activity and a sport consisting of walking with poles similar to ski poles
- Nordic Figure Skating Championships, an annual invitational elite figure skating competition, open only to skaters from Nordic countries
- Quebec Nordiques, an ice hockey team
- Nordic, Wyoming, a census-designated place in the United States
- Nordic Catholic Church, a church body in Norway of High Church Lutheran origin, under the auspices of the Polish National Catholic Church
- Nordic (tug), a German emergency tow vessel
- Nordic race, a race from the fictional Elder Scrolls game series
- a 6-rowed feed barley variety
- All pages beginning with "Nordic"
- Norse (disambiguation)
- North, a noun, adjective, or adverb indicating direction or geography
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