Origin : History,
Pronunciation : KNOOT (English), KNYOOT (English) ,
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Anglo-Saxon Meaning: The name Cnut is an Anglo-Saxon baby name. In Anglo-Saxon the meaning of the name Cnut is: Name of a king.
Norse Meaning: The name Cnut is a Norse baby name. In Norse the meaning of the name Cnut is: Knot.
Variant of KNUT
Definition funny of Cnut:
A way of saying cunt on messageboards or chat channels that have lame rude word filters turned on.
Tony Blair is a right cnut.
995?–1035, king of England, Norway, and Denmark. The younger son of Sweyn of Denmark, Canute accompanied his father on the expedition of 1013 that invaded England and forced Æthelred to flee to Normandy. When Sweyn died (1014), the Danes in England swore fealty to Canute, but on Æthelred's return from Normandy, Canute withdrew to Denmark, where his older brother, Harold, had become king. In 1015, Canute reinvaded England with a powerful army that conquered most of Wessex, harried the Danelaw, and conquered Northumbria. After the Danish victory in the battle of Assandun, Canute divided England with Edmund Ironside, Æthelred's son. When Edmund died, late in 1016, Canute was accepted as sole king. He gave England peace and strove to continue English traditions by restoring the church to high place and codifying English law. To forestall dynastic quarrels he banished his wife (and their son Sweyn) and married Emma, the widow of Æthelred. His son by Emma was Harthacanute. In 1018 or 1019 he succeeded to the throne of Denmark and was forced to lead several expeditions to assert his rights there and in the Danish provinces in Norway. In 1028, after an uprising had expelled Olaf II of Norway, Canute was recognized as ruler of that kingdom. He made his son Harthacanute king of Denmark, and in 1029 he made his son Sweyn king of Norway, with Sweyn's mother as regent. She and Sweyn were driven out by 1035, and Norway was ruled by Olaf's son Magnus. Canute established friendly relations with the Holy Roman Empire and attended the coronation of Conrad II in Rome in 1027. At the end of his reign Canute led an army into Scotland to stop Scottish invasions under Malcolm II. Canute was succeeded by his illegitimate son, Harold Harefoot, then by Harthacanute. The name also appears as Cnut or Knut. Kudos to Wikipedia.
Man, I'm so stupid! On our history test I missed every question about Cnut and his reign!
An early Viking king of England.
For the English people, King Cnut's reign from 1017 to 1035 was much like the month of March, "in like a lion and out like a lamb". 1 Crowned in the turmoil of war and conquest, Cnut quickly established an era of peace and prosperity. England became so secure that Cnut could frequently leave the country to settle affairs elsewhere in his empire. It was especially important to a people weary from thirty years of war that all of the fighting during his reign was on foreign soil. By the time of his death in 1035, Cnut was recognized as an equal by the Holy Roman Emperor and had negotiated with the Pope as a Christian monarch.
The fifth track on Grand Funk Railroad's first album "On Time" (1969), but with periods after each letter: T.N.U.C.
Expression information Cnut:
People with this name tend to be orderly and dedicated to building their lives on a solid foundation of order and service. They value truth, justice, and discipline, and may be quick-tempered with those who do not. Their practical nature makes them good at managing and saving money, and at building things in the material world. Because of their focus on order and practicality, they may seem overly cautious and conservative at times.
Soul information Cnut:
People with this name have a deep inner desire to create and express themselves, often in public speaking, acting, writing or singing. They also yearn to have beauty around them in their home and work environment.
Songs about Cnut:
Christ's Nativity: Carol of King Cnut by BBC Singers from the Album Britten: St. Nicolas / Christ's Nativity / Psalm 150
C-Nut by Futique from the Album Go.Low
Colossus Cnut by Castles from the Album You, The Organ Grinder
Give the cnut a handicap by prisoner from the Album Give the cnut a handicap
I Dig Dat (feat. C-Nut) [Explicit] by G.N.C. from the Album G.N.C. Mixtape, Vol. 1
King Cnut The Remix Feat. Koasie, Dr Syntax & Dj Manipulate by Rup from the Album Rup On Zebra
Nick Griffin is a Cnut by Junk from the Album Problem. Reaction. Solution. [Explicit]
Books about Cnut:
Cnut the Great: The Life and Legacy of Scandinavia's Most Famous King by Charles River Editors (Aug 31, 2014)
Cnut: The Danes in England in the Early Eleventh Century (The Medieval World) by M. K. Lawson (Apr 11, 1995)
King Olaf's Kinsman A Story of the Last Saxon Struggle against the Danes in the Days of Ironside and Cnut by Charles W. (Watts) Whistler (May 16, 2012)
Cnut: England's Viking King by M. K. Lawson (Jun 1, 2011)
Cnut: King of England 1016-1035 by M.K. Lawson (Aug 1, 2004)
Cnut: Emperor of the North by M. J. Trow (Jan 20, 2005)
English Vernacular Minuscule from Æthelred to Cnut, circa 990 - circa 1035 (Pubns Manchester Centre for Anglo-Saxon... by Peter A. Stokes (Apr 17, 2014)
Wiki information Cnut:
Cnut the Great, more commonly known as Canute, was a king of Denmark, England, Norway, and parts of Sweden, together often referred to as the Anglo-Scandinavian or North Sea Empire. After his death, the deaths of his heirs within a decade, and the...
Harthacnut, Harðacnut, or Canute III was King of Denmark from 1035 to 1042 and King of England from 1040 to 1042. He was the son of King Cnut the Great and Emma of Normandy. When Cnut died in 1035, Harthacnut struggled to retain his father's...