What does Odin mean?
Odin [odin] as a boys' name is of Old Norse origin. Odin was the chief god of Norse mythology, identified with art and culture, war, and the dead. The Norse warriors known as Vikings fought without fear, believing Odin would receive them into Valhalla, the heroes' paradise, if they died in battle.
(male) Odino, Osin, ..
(female) Odana, Odina, .. Middle name pairings:
Odin Olin (O.O.), ..
How popular is Odin?
Odin is a rare first name for males but a somewhat popular last name for both adults and children (#93006 out of 150436, Top 62%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Odin reached its top rank of #445 in the U.S. in 2015. (2015 U.S. SSA Records)
Odin▲ is alike in pronunciation to Adan▲, Aden, Adin, Adon, Aedan, Aidan▼, Aiden▲, Aidyn, Auden, Aydan, Ayden▲, Aydin▲, Eaden, Eadin, Eden▲, Edin, Edon, Edun, Edwin▼, Edwyn, Edyn, Eidan, Eiden, Idan and Odon. Other recommended names are Adrin, Aldin, Arin, Bain, Bodin, Dain, Edvin, Eldin, Ewin, Fain, Fin, Gwin, Hein, Iain, Lin, Obie▼, Odie▼, Odilo, Odilon, Odis▼, Odo, Odran, Ogdan, Ogdon, Oisin, Olen▼, Olin▼, Olyn, Oran▼, Oren, Orin, Orion▲, Orlin, Oron, Orsin, Orwin, Osmin, Ossin, Ostin, Osvin, Oswin, Otis▼, Ovid, Owain, Owin, Pain, Quin, Rain, Wain and Win. These names tend to be more frequently used than Odin.