[ doh-nahr ]
/ ˈdoʊ nɑr /
noun German Mythology.
the god of thunder, corresponding to Thor.
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Origin of Donar
<Old High German thonar, donar;
cognate with Old English Thunor,
Old Norse Thōrr;
Words nearby Donar
, Donath-Landsteiner phenomenon
, donation land
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How to use Donar in a sentence
Donar, same as Thor, the god of thunder among the ancient Teutons.
His son Donar shewed himself in thunder and lightning, as he rode with swinging axe on his goat-spanned car.
Celtic Taranis has been compared to Donar, but there is no connection, and Taranis was not certainly a thunder-god.
Some attempts have been made to identify him as a kind of Donar or god of thunder.
British Dictionary definitions for Donar
/ (ˈdəʊnɑː, German ˈdoːnar) /
the Germanic god of thunder, corresponding to Thor in Norse mythology
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