Origin of Odin
OTHER WORDS FROM OdinO·din·i·an, O·din·ic, O·din·it·ic, adjectiveO·din·ism, nounO·din·ist, noun
How to use Odin in a sentence
For Eivor, of course the ancient gods were named Odin and such.
He married a Playboy centerfold and had two sons, the humbly-named Thor and 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
Olaf, like all Christians at that time, thought Odin to be an evil spirit.
Behind yon pine wood he built an altar unto thee and Odin, There thou mayst see the roof of his still dwelling.
Lift high the sword, cleave down the haughty warrior, And dip thy spear in blood, thou son of Odin!
She was the daughter of Loke and the giantess Angerbode, and was hurled down by Odin to her horrible habitation.
This wolf in the conflict of Surtur with the gods was to swallow Odin, who on account of this prophecy kept him in chains.
British Dictionary definitions for Odin
Cultural definitions for Odin
In Norse mythology, the solemn ruler of the gods. He was god of wisdom, poetry, farming, and war.