Wodan

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Etymology[edit]

From Old Saxon Wōdan, from Proto-Germanic *Wōdanaz. Cognate with English Woden, German Wotan, and Scandinavian Odin. The native Dutch Woen is rare as a simplex, but preserved in compounds like woensdag and toponyms like Woensdrecht.

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Wodan m

  1. The Germanic chief god, Odin or Woden

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