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From Odin +‎ -ic.

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Odinic (comparative more Odinic, superlative most Odinic)

  1. Pertaining to Odin or Odinism. [from 19th c.]
    • 2009, Adam Oberlin, Odinic Elements in the Northern Sigurdr Legend, in Myth: German and Scandinavian Studies:
      Hermann Pálsson, in his essay “Odinic Echoes in Gísla saga,” attempts to collect literary evidence for the importance of Odin's cult in early Iceland.
    • 2011, Wyatt Kaldenberg, →ISBN, (title):
      Perceived Heathenism and Odinic Prayer.
    • 2014, Carolyne Larrington, The Poetic Edda (revised version), Folio Society 2016, p. xxiv:
      Neil Gaiman's American Gods (2001) centres on Odinic myth transposed to modern America.

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