Examples from the Web for othin
There are very few records of human sacrifices to any god except Othin.
Since Othin is essentially a god of war it is natural to suppose that he is the deity meant, rather than the somewhat obscure Týr.
The earl interpreted this as a sign that Othin had accepted the sacrifice and that he would have a favourable time for battle.
But in addition to these there are notices of sanctuaries belonging to other deities—though not to Othin.
It had eight feet and Othin two, and they had three eyes—Sleipnir two and Othin one.Stories and Ballads of the Far Past|Nora Kershaw