Definition for edda (2 of 2)
Related formsEd·dic, Ed·da·ic [e-dey-ik] /ɛˈdeɪ ɪk/, adjective
Examples from the Web for edda
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.
The first part of the Elder Edda gives the mythology of the North, while the lays of the heroes are found in its second part.Richard Wagner His Life and His Dramas|W. J. Henderson
The legends of Regnar Lodbrog, and of the huge snake in the Edda, by whose folds the world is encircled, are well known.Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border Volume III (of 3)|Walter Scott
And Ronald told his father of his love for Edda Armytage, and of his belief that his love was returned.
He received an ample reward in the look of love and gratitude which Edda gave him.
Space would not allow me to give so much of the Edda as I could have wished.