from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Mythology The Norse god of wisdom, war, art, culture, and the dead and the supreme deity and creator of the cosmos and humans.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. The supreme god of the Germanic and Norse pantheons, the leader of the Æsir, after whom Wednesday is named; the god of war and poetry, the husband of Frigga, the father of Balder, Hod, Hermod, Thor, and Tyr. The Allfather, the One-eyed, the Terrible One, the Father of Battle.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- proper n. The supreme deity of the Scandinavians; -- the same as Woden, of the German tribes.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In Norse myth., the chief god of the Asas, corresponding to the Anglo-Saxon Woden.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. (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
Last night, I unplugged my Xbox 360, dusted off my Playstation 2, and popped in Odin Sphere.
As far as Odin is concerned I would go with a classic actor since they will more then likly have a small role.
Each day they fly from the man-god who is called Odin, and later they return to perch on his shoulders and sing into his ears.
Does this mean Odin is no longer angry at us for removing the symbols of his solstice celebration?
The minor disturbance in the Caribbean, I judged from a swift trawl of the chaotic conditions there, would probably collapse into a fizzle, saving the name Odin for another day.
Despite the distortions and misinterpretations that have saddled the Word of Odin down through the ages, here we finally have a truly poetic vision of the great War in Heaven that will decide our eventual Destiny, unbesmirched by the haggling of committees over precisely how many Pinks can be deep-fried in the 18th Bardo of Purgatory or how many Normal souls must be sacrificed to purchase a rich SubGenius a ticket to Heaven.
I call Odin and Thor and all the gods to hear my vow.
Thrice the Eagle hath shriek'd — dread Odin is nigh!
The native and proper habitation of Odin is distinguished by the appellation of As-gard.
I do have one for you, however … how in Odin’s crusty beard did you get used to drawing with a Wacom?!