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Gender: M Origin of Odin: Old Norse mythology name Odin's Popularity in 2013: #573

Odin is the name of the supreme Norse god of art, culture, wisdom and law who was handsome, charming and eloquent into the bargain. The name projects a good measure of strength and power and has excellent assimilation potential. Could make a possible alternative to Aiden?

The god Odin was referred to by more than 200 names, including Yggr, Sigfodr and Alfodr--none of which is recommended. The word Wednesday is derived from Woden, the English form of Odin.

Odin came to be used as a Norwegian male given name beginning in the nineteenth century, originally in the context of a romantic Viking revival. In the 2001 novel American Gods by Neil Gaiman; the character called Wednesday is an incarnation of the god Odin.

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Odin, in Norse mythology, father of Thor and blood-brother of Loki, and in Marvel comics the father of Thor and Loki
Odin, a recurring summon in the Final Fantasy video game series

Odan, Oddin, Oddon, Oden, Odo, Odon, Odran

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