noun Scandinavian Mythology.
Origin of Odin
Related formsO·din·i·an, O·din·ic, O·din·it·ic, adjectiveO·din·ism, nounO·din·ist, noun
Examples from the Web for odin
The player was being considered to go to college in Arizona and Odin was giving him a couple of tips.Aaron Hernandez: Inside the Murder Investigation Roiling the NFL|Christine Pelisek|June 21, 2013|DAILY BEAST
He married a Playboy centerfold and had two sons, the humbly-named Thor and Odin.
Coming softly to her side, Odin bent over her and gently kissed her forehead.Told by the Northmen:|E. M. [Ethel Mary] Wilmot-Buxton
All unknown to Loki he stood in the shadow of Odin's seat, listening to what was being said.The Children of Odin|Padraic Colum
Likewise there was one Kristni, a king of the Romans, who sought to dispute with Odin himself.The Path of the King|John Buchan
Then Odin took the trees, and out of them he made two living beings that resembled the gods themselves in form and feature.Stories from Northern Myths|Emilie Kip Baker
Notwithstanding this ignoble beginning, Odin's reign was one of wisdom, power, and beneficence.Fairy Circles|Unknown
British Dictionary definitions for odin
Culture definitions for odin
In Norse mythology, the solemn ruler of the gods. He was god of wisdom, poetry, farming, and war.