Odin

Odin (n; from Old Norse Óðinn, `The Furious One`) is a major god in Germanic mythology, especially in Norse mythology. In many Norse sources he is the Allfather of the gods and the ruler of Asgard. Homologous with the Old English `Wōden`, the Old Saxon `Wôdan` and the Old High German `Wôtan`, the name is descended from Proto-Germanic ...
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Odin

[n] - (Norse mythology) ruler of the Aesir
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Odin

• (n.) The supreme deity of the Scandinavians; -- the same as Woden, of the German tribes.
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Odin

noun (Norse mythology) ruler of the Aesir; supreme god of war and poetry and knowledge and wisdom (for which he gave an eye) and husband of Frigg; identified with the Teutonic Wotan
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Odin

(Othin) Head of Aesir; creator of world with Vili and Ve; equivalent to Woden (Wodan, Wotan) in Teutonic mythology.
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ODIN

[cable system] ODIN was a submarine telecommunications cable system linking the Netherlands, Denmark, Norway, and Sweden. It was 1040 km in length and used Synchronous Digital Hierarchy technology and had two 2.5Gbit/s lines (One active and one redundant) and can simultaneously carry 30,000 telephone calls. It was built in 3 segments (Segme...
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Odin

[name] Odin is both a surname and a given name. Notable people with the name include: Surname: Given name: ...
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Odin

[satellite] Odin was developed by the Space Systems Division of Swedish Space Corporation (now OHB Sweden) as part of an international project involving the space agencies of Finland (funded by TEKES), Canada (CSA) and France (CNES). Odin was launched on a START-1 rocket on February 20, 2001 from Svobodny, Russia. In April 2007, astronomers...
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Odin

[software] In computing, Odin is a project to run Microsoft Windows programs on OS/2 or convert them to OS/2 native format. It also provides the Odin32 API to compile Win32 (Windows API) programs for OS/2. The project`s goals are: Although this is far from complete, much of the Win32 API is not widely used, so partial implementation will gi...
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Odin

O'din noun [ Icelandic ...; probably akin to English wood , adjective See Wednesday .] (Northern Myth.) The supreme deity of the Scandinavians; -- the same as Woden , of the German tribes. « There in the Temple, carved in wood, The image of great Odin stood.&#x...
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Odin

Chief god of Norse mythology, god of war, and the source of wisdom. A sky god, he lived in Asgard at the top of the world-tree
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Odin

Chief god of Norse mythology, god of war, and the source of wisdom. A sky god, he lived in Asgard at the top of the world-tree Yggdrasil. From the Valkyries, his divine maidens, he received the souls of half those heroes slain in battle, feasting with them in his great hall Valhalla; the remainder were feasted by Freya. His son was Thor, go...
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Odin

Norse god of war; of those slain in battle; and of wisdom, and of poetry
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Odin

Odin was chief god of Norse mythology. A sky god, he lived in Asgard, at the top of the world-tree, and from the Valkyries receives the souls of half of the heroic slain warriors, feasting with them in his great hall, Valhalla; the rest are feasted by Freya his wife.
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Odin

Odin, Norse god: see Woden.
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Odin

one of the principal gods in Norse mythology. His exact nature and role, however, are difficult to determine because of the complex picture of him ... [22 related articles]
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