Tyr

Tyrr noun (Norse mythology) god of war and strife and son of Odin; identified with Anglo-Saxon Tiu
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Tyr

[Forgotten Realms] Tyr (ɪər {respell|TEER|`}) is the Faerûnian deity of Law and Justice in Ed Greenwood`s Forgotten Realms campaign setting of the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game, specifically the fictional world of Abeir-Toril. His dogma is primarily concerned with the punishment of wrong-doers, and the general furthering of Law an...
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[journal] Tyr: Myth—Culture—Tradition is the name of an American Radical Traditionalist (anti-modern, neo-tribalist) journal, edited by Joshua Buckley, Michael Moynihan, and (in the first issue) Collin Cleary. It is an annual publication named after Tyr, the Germanic god. The magazine states that it `celebrates the traditional myths, cu...
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Tyr

God of war; son of Odin; equivalent to Tiu in Teutonic mythology.
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Tyr

In Norse and Teutonic mythology, the god of battles, whom the Anglo-Saxons called Týw, from where `Tuesday` is derived. He was a member of the
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Tyr

In Norse and Teutonic mythology, the god of battles, whom the Anglo-Saxons called Týw, from where `Tuesday` is derived. He was a member of the Aesir (principal warrior gods). Tyr sacrificed his right hand as a pledge when the monster Fenriswolf, son of the god-giant Loki, was being bound with an unbreakable magic chain. The w...
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Tyr

In Norse mythology, Tyr was the god of war and athletic sports. Tyr had one hand bitten off by the wolf Fenris, after he put it in the wolf's mouth as a pledge of security when the wolf allowed himself to be bound in a net until the judgement day.
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Tyr

one of the oldest gods of the Germanic peoples and a somewhat enigmatic figure. He was apparently the god concerned with the formalities of ... [2 related articles]
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Tyr

Symbol for tyrosine and its radicals. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Tyr

Type: Symbol Definitions: 1. Symbol for tyrosine and tyrosyl.
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Tyr

Tyr: see Tiw.
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Tyr

Tyr: Tyrosine. See also: Amino acid symbols.
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Tyr

Tyrosine.
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Tyr

[n] - (Norse mythology) god of war and strife and son of Odin
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