Eddic

adjective
Ed·​dic | \ˈe-dik \

Definition of Eddic 

: of, relating to, or resembling the Old Norse Edda

First Known Use of Eddic

1868, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for Eddic

Old Norse Edda, a 13th century collection of mythological, heroic, and aphoristic poetry

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