Odinism
Odinism O"din*ism, n. Worship of Odin; broadly, the Teutonic heathenism. -- {O"din*ist}, n.

Odinism was valor; Christianism was humility, a nobler kind of valor. --Carlyle. [Webster 1913 Suppl.]


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