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4.
A variation on "doggy style" where, at the moment of climax, the male rips off one of his partner's arms.
God gave people two arms so you could beowulf them twice.
by LoveChrist83 November 16, 2009
 
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Beowulf is one of the oldest surviving epic poems in what is identifiable as an early form of the English language. In the poem, Beowulf, a hero of a Germanic tribe from southern Sweden called the Geats, travels to Denmark to help defeat a monster named Grendel. This poem, about Danish and Swedish kings and heroes, was preserved in England because the English people are descendants of Germanic tribes called the Angles, Saxons, and Jutes. Jutes and northern Saxon tribes came from what is now southern Denmark and northern Germany. Thus, Beowulf tells a story about the old days in their homeland.

The poem is a work of fiction, but it mentions a historic event, the raid by king Hygelac into Frisia, ca 516. Several of the personalities of Beowulf (e.g., Hrothgar, Hrothulf and Ohthere), clans (e.g. Scyldings, Scylfings and Wulfings) and some of the events (e.g. the Battle on the Ice) also appear in early Scandinavian sources, such as the Prose Edda, Gesta Danorum, the legendary sagas, etc. In these sources, especially the Hrólf Kraki tales deal with the same set of people in Denmark and Sweden (see Origins for Beowulf and Hrólf Kraki).

Consequently, many people and events depicted in the epic were probably real, dating from between 450 and 600 in Denmark and southern Sweden (Geats and Swedes). As far as Sweden is concerned, this dating has been confirmed by archaeological excavations of the barrows indicated by Snorri Sturluson and by Swedish tradition as the graves of Eadgils and Ohthere in Uppland. Like the Finnsburg Fragment and several shorter surviving poems, Beowulf has consequently been used as a source of information about Scandinavian personalities such as Eadgils and Hygelac, and about continental Germanic personalities such as Offa, king of the continental Angles.
Beowulf was the greatest hero who ever lived!
by Neo_Beowulf September 03, 2006
 
2.
a rather short homosexual male with a small penis who fights people/women naked. a beowulf takes pride upon oneself when he beats on helpless people while naked.
guy 1: did you see that shit with the small cock guy beating his wife while he was naked?

guy2: yea dude, he is such a fucking beowulf...
by craftyweasul January 10, 2011
 
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pretext-The hero of a viking myth, where he wrestled with a monster that terrified people living in a hall, tearing off the arm.


(v.) To rip off someone's arm or break it intentionally
I beowulfed that thug over there when he tried to steal my watch. Haha, obviously he didn't get the sword, shield, and the fact that I had the name 'Ragnar fork beard' tatoed on my forehead meant I am a viking.
by Kung-fu Jesus July 08, 2004
 
5.
a man who bones monsters while fighting them while naked
i am Beowulf! Son of Beowulf ! and i just chopped off this monsters head....while i giving him anal
by austin/matt July 30, 2008
 
6.
Boring book they make you read at school, describing some hero called Beowulf killing a demon. Nobody except English majors really care about it.
Beowulf was a hero. He does hero stuff. He makes a point of being a dick about it. Beowulf is cool.
by Bluebeanpaste October 07, 2009
 
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Beowulf is to perform an act that is nearly superhuman or amazingly epic. Making you seem boarder line Spartan/Beowulf. This term can also be used for sexual intercourse or talking about previous sexual experiences.
Today i escaped out of jail and Beowulf'd that gate to freedom.

I saw this bad chick last night, needless to say i took her to my house and went all sorts of Beowulf on that pussy.
by jpkisses1 January 26, 2011