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Odin (Norse deity)


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    • Othin (Norse deity)
    • Óðinn (Norse deity)
    • Wōden (Norse deity)
    • Wôdan (Norse deity)
    • Wôtan (Norse deity)
    • Одзін (Norse deity)
    • Odzin (Norse deity)
    • Одын (Norse deity)
    • Odyn (Norse deity)
    • Один (Norse deity)
    • Όντιν (Norse deity)
    • Ontin (Norse deity)
    • Odino (Norse deity)
    • Weda (Norse deity)
    • 오딘 (Norse deity)
    • אודין (Norse deity)
    • Othinus (Norse deity)
    • Odins (Norse deity)
    • Odinas (Norse deity)
    • オーディン (Norse deity)
    • Woodan (Norse deity)
    • Oden (Norse deity)
    • Одін (Norse deity)
    • 奥丁 (Norse deity)
    • Aoding (Norse deity)
    • Ao ding (Norse deity)
    • Gangleri (Norse deity)
    • Othinn (Norse deity)
    • Vak (Norse deity)
    • Valtam (Norse deity)
    • Alfadir (Norse deity)
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    • found: Chadwick, H. Munro. The cult of Othin, 1994.
    • found: Lassen, Annette. Odin på kristent pergament, 2011.
    • found: Wikipedia, July 22, 2014(Odin (from Old Norse Óðinn, "The Furious One") is a major god in most if not all branches of Germanic mythology especially in the Norse mythology branch of Germanic mythology, the Allfather of the gods, and the ruler of Asgard. Homologous with the Old English "Wōden", the Old Saxon "Wôdan" and the Old High German "Wôtan", the name is descended from Proto-Germanic "Wōdanaz" or "Wōđanaz". "Odin" is generally accepted as the modern English form of the name, although, in some cases, older forms may be used or preferred.) Belarusian page (Одзін = Odzin) Belarusian (Taraškievica) page (Одын = Odyn) Bulgarian page (Один = Odin) Greek page (Όντιν = Ontin) Esperanto page (Odino) Faroese page (Óðin) Western Frisian page (Weda) Korean page (오딘 = Odin) Icelandic page (Óðinn) Italian page (Odino) Hebrew page (אודין = Odin) Latin page (Othinus) Latvian page (Odins) Lithuanian page (Odinas) Japanese page (オーディン = Ōdin) Polish page (Odyn) Seeltersk page (Woodan) Swedish page (Oden) Ukrainian page (Одін = Odin) Chinese page (奥丁 = Aoding)
    • found: Godchecker website, July 22, 2014(Odin. Norse Ruler God. Also known as Gangleri, Odinn, Othinn, Vak, Valtam. All-knowing Father of the Gods and Lord of Asgard. Location: Scandinavia. Gender: Male. Type: deity) - http://www.godchecker.com/pantheon/norse-mythology.php?deity=ODIN
    • found: Encyclopedia mythica, via WWW, July 22, 2014(Odin. The chief divinity of the Norse pantheon, the foremost of the Aesir. Odin is a son of Bor and Bestla. He is called Alfadir, Allfather, for he is indeed father of the gods. With Frigg he is the father of Balder, Hod, and Hermod. He fathered Thor on the goddess Jord; and the giantess Grid became the mother of Vidar; god of war and death, but also the god of poetry and wisdom) - http://www.pantheon.org/articles/o/odin.html
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    • 2014-07-22: new
    • 2014-10-15: revised
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