Grim

British - A fisherman. He found the young Havelock, who had been cast adrift, and reared him as his own son. On occassion, called Grim, Wodan, Wodan, Godan, Grim, Odin, Poudan, Uuodan, Votan, Wooanaz, Wotan, Wuotan, Votan, W(u)otan, Anglo-Saxon, Woden or Norse Odin.
British - A pagan deity. Sometimes identified as Grim, Wodan, Wodan, Godan, Grim, Odin, Poudan, Uuodan, Votan, Wooanaz, Wotan, Wuotan, Votan, W(u)otan, Anglo-Saxon, Woden or Norse Odin.
British - A giant in Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress. Sometimes referred to as Grim, Wodan, Wodan, Godan, Grim, Odin, Poudan, Uuodan, Votan, Wooanaz, Wotan, Wuotan, Votan, W(u)otan, Anglo-Saxon, Woden or Norse Odin.
Norse - A giant. Brother of Sigenot. Husband of Hilde. He had a magic sword, Nagelring, which was stolen by Elbegast. The dwarf gave it to Dietrich who used it to kill both Grim and his wife who had ravaged Dietrich's lands. Other stories say that this sword, Nagelring, was made by Elbegast. Occasionally identified as Grim, Wodan, Wodan, Godan, Grim, Odin, Poudan, Uuodan, Votan, Wooanaz, Wotan, Wuotan, Votan, W(u)otan, Anglo-Saxon, Woden or Norse Odin.
Norse - Son of Njal and Bergthora. Brother of Helga, Helgi, Skarp-Hedin and Thorgerd. He died, with the rest of the Njalsson clan, when they were trapped in their house, Bergthor-sknoll, which was burnt to the ground by Flosi and his men. On occassion, referred to as Grim, Wodan, Wodan, Godan, Grim, Odin, Poudan, Uuodan, Votan, Wooanaz, Wotan, Wuotan, Votan, W(u)otan, Anglo-Saxon, Woden or Norse Odin.

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