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Wo·den

also Wo·dan  (wōd′n)
n. Mythology
An Anglo-Saxon god corresponding to the Norse god Odin.

[Middle English, from Old English Wōden; see wet- in Indo-European roots.]
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Woden

(ˈwəʊdən) or

Wodan

n
(European Myth & Legend) the foremost Anglo-Saxon god. Norse counterpart: Odin
[Old English Wōden; related to Old Norse Ōthinn, Old High German Wuotan, German Wotan; see Wednesday]
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Wo•den

(ˈwoʊd n)

n.
the chief god of the pagan Anglo-Saxons, identified with the Scandinavian Odin.
[before 900; Middle English, Old English Wōden]
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Noun1.Woden - chief god; counterpart of Norse Odin and Teutonic Wotan
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