Othin


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Othin

(ˈəʊðɪn)
n
(Norse Myth & Legend) a variant of Odin
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Scores of militants were killed and wounded in army's operations in Othin Maar Kebbeh, Douma, Arafa, al-Zallaqiyat, Ebb al-Khazneh, Qanater, Qastal, Hamada Omar, Jana al-Albawi, Abu Hbeilat, Tabbaret al-Hamra and Mourek in Hama's countryside.
In one memorable episode, Hakon's earls insist on his participation in a sacrifice to Othin. Ultimately, the king is willing to compromise on the dispute over religious practice, and thus most of his subjects remain loyal to him.