The Vikings’ name has been a subject of controversy over the years, including a name change in 1876.
In addition to Viking, the name has also been used for several other ships.
In this video from CNN’s “Reliable Sources,” the name of the Viking ship is pronounced “Viking,” which is similar to the word for “river.”
This is not the first time that the name Viking has been used in this way.
The name has come up in a variety of contexts.
In an interview with the Boston Globe in 1869, author William Blake was asked why he chose to use the name.
Blake responded, “Because of the name.”
This was after Blake’s brother, William, who wrote the first book about the Vikings, The Song of Two Rivers, used the name to describe a mythical Norse tribe that lived on the coast of Ireland in the late 18th century.
The name was also used to describe the Viking raids in the 18th and 19th centuries, when many European countries fought off the Vikings.