Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The Father of all: a name originally of Odin, now sometimes applied to Jupiter and to God.

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Examples

  • Ra was the almost universally-worshipped king of the gods and all-father of creation.

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  • The demigoddess Jiana had been the offspring of a rheum-greater and the all-father avatar of the All, Gyerlin, who had descended from the great dark and had impregnated Jiana's dam in her sleep.

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  • All-wise and all-father Odin, and Thor who loves the thunder, I give these horses to you.

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  • With Théodore Rousseau (1812-1867), the all-father of the modern

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  • The title "father" for persons of distinction, human or divine, is found among many undeveloped peoples, and a headman or patron may be called, by a natural extension of thought, "all-father," a title that is not essentially different in signification from the simple

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  • Chris Hemsworth as Thor kneels before the all-father, played by Anthony Hopkins who sports a Kirby-esque tuning-fork helmet!

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  • The Wolfman 'and is be sporting an bushy, white beard for his role as the all-father of the gods, Odin in'

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  • With most of the filming done, thankfully, The New York daily has reported to FemaleFirst that the all-father, Odin, Anthony Hopkins, has been criticizing Thor, Chris Hemsworth's acting ability.

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  • Everything will be EPIC about this film, from Thor shadowing over the all-father Odin, to the battle epic scenes we're gonna be apprised of.

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  • So, here we have an all-father giving his son the ownership, son gets killed, son gets resurrected.

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