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Jump to navigation Jump to search This article is about the mythological creature. Not to be confused with Orge. Puss in Boots before the ogre. In mythology, ogres are often depicted as inhumanly large and tall and having a disproportionately large head, abundant hair, unusually colored skin, a voracious appetite, and a strong body. Ogres are closely linked with giants and with human cannibals in mythology. The word ogre is of French origin, originally derived from the Etruscan god Orcus, who fed on human flesh.
The ogres in this rhyme may refer to the ogres who were, in the pseudohistorical work History of the Kings of Britain by Geoffrey of Monmouth, the inhabitants of Britain prior to human settlement. This article appears to contain trivial, minor, or unrelated references to popular culture. Ogres appear as antagonists in the 2018 video game God of War, despite not being traditionally associated with Norse mythology. Ogres exist as a major faction in Warhammer Fantasy Battle and its successor Warhammer: Age of Sigmar as well as in Warhammer 40,000, except they’re named Ogryns. Shrek is the eponymous ogre protagonist in the Shrek series of comedy films. An ogre named Mulgarath is the main antagonist in The Spiderwick Chronicles, wherein the shapeshifting ability from the Puss in Boots story is shared by all ogres.