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Tyr

 (tîr)
n. Norse Mythology
A god of war, son of Odin.

[Old Norse Tȳr; see dyeu- in Indo-European roots.]
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Tyr

(tjʊə; tɪə) or

Tyrr

n
(Norse Myth & Legend) Norse myth the god of war, son of Odin. Anglo-Saxon counterpart: Tiu
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Noun1.Tyr - (Norse mythology) god of war and strife and son of Odin; identified with Anglo-Saxon Tiu
Norse mythology - the mythology of Scandinavia (shared in part by Britain and Germany) until the establishment of Christianity
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