Origin:Native American
Other Origin(s):Norse
Meaning:Mountain; Of Odin; Inspiration, poetic frenzy; Fury
Odina is a feminine appellation of Native American and Old Norse origins, beloved in English, German, and Scandinavian languages. An Algonquian name, Odina holds the high and mighty definition of “mountain.” In Indigenous cultures, mountains are often seen as close points between earthly life and the divine. Speaking of the divine, Odina may also come from the same Norse root as Odin, adopting the meanings “inspiration,” “poetic frenzy,” and “fury.” Passionate Odina can remind baby to seek out their own journey with the encouragement that they can climb any mountain if they put their mind to it.
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