Words nearby Edda
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OTHER WORDS FROM EddaEddic, Ed·da·ic [e-dey-ik], /ɛˈdeɪ ɪk/, adjective
How to use Edda in a sentence
So is the scene in which Mrs. Kercher stares at Edda after the guilty verdict was read.
Her mother, Edda Mellas, told The Daily Beast that she was giving her books and music CDs by Amelia and JEM.
On more than one occasion Edda had to go to court to collect child support from Curt.
Her parents Edda and Curt divorced when she was two years old.
According to the Prose Edda, the giant, overcome with fright, took out his knife and severed Thor's line.
Edda a child brought forth: they with water sprinkled its swarthy skin, and named it Thræl.
One of Odin's names amongst the gods, according to the Edda, was Gautr, the god of abundance.Traditions, Superstitions and Folk-lore|Charles Hardwick
The black horse who always arrives at sunrise is like the horse of night, but there is no equivalent story in the Edda.More Celtic Fairy Tales|Various
The present volume contains all of the Younger Edda that can possibly be of any importance to English readers.The Younger Edda|Snorre