Odin (disambiguation)

Odin (disambiguation)

Odin is the chief god of the Norse pantheon.

Odin may also refer to:



Given name
  • Odin Langen (1913-1976), American politician and U.S. Representative from Minnesota
  • Cécile Odin (born 1965), French cyclist
  • Jaishree Odin (b. 1952), academic at the University of Hawaii
  • Jean Odin (1889–1975), French politician
  • Jean-Marie Odin (1807-1870), French Roman Catholic missionary, first Bishop of Galveston, and second Archbishop of New Orleans


United States

In the military

In science and technology

In entertainment

  • Odin (album), by German band Wizard
  • Odin (Loudness EP), whose tracks were used for the movie Odin: Photon Sailer Starlight
  • Odin: Photon Sailer Starlight, 1985 Japanese animated science fiction movie
  • Odin Computer Graphics, UK-based games developer during the 1980s
  • Kamen Rider Odin, character from Kamen Rider Ryuki
  • Odin, a character, based on the Norse god, in Neil Gaiman's comic book series The Sandman
  • Odin, a character portraying the Norse god in the show Supernatural
  • Odin, a reoccurring summon character from the Final Fantasy franchise
  • Odin (Marvel Comics), a Marvel Universe god based on the mythological god
  • Odin Teatret, Oslo theatre company
  • Acronym for Orbital Defence Initiative in Philip Reeve's books Infernal Devices and A Darkling Plain
  • A competing spy agency to ISIS in the FX animated TV series Archer
  • "Odin, Father of the Aesir" is a card in the Yu-Gi-Oh! card game

Other uses

See also

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