[hyoo-gin, hoo- or, often, yoo-]
- one of the two ravens of Odin that brought him news from the whole world.
Origin of Hugin
< Old Norse Huginn, equivalent to hugi mind, thought + (i)nn definite article
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Examples from the Web for hugin
Huggins, like Hugh, appears to have the same root as Hugin, viz.
I thought that Odin's birds, Hugin and Munin, sat on a tree before me.
And Hugin flapped his wings, and said, 'What more vile than a false friend?
Hugin and Munin were Othin's attendant ravens who gave him information.Stories and Ballads of the Far Past
Their names were Hugin and Munin, and they came from the ends of the earth, where Odin sent them every morning.The Heroes of Asgard