"So-called All-Father of myth" Crossword Clue

Author: Mathew Cooper
Last Updated: 10 Dec 2023

"So-called All-Father of myth" NYT crossword answer is:

ODIN (4 letters length)

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The All-Father of myth is a figure that appears in many different mythologies, often as a creator or ruler of the gods. In Norse mythology, the All-Father is Odin, who is said to have created the world and all its inhabitants. He is also the father of all the gods and goddesses, and is often associated with wisdom, knowledge, and magic. In other mythologies, the All-Father may be seen as a father figure, a wise and powerful ruler, or a source of divine knowledge.

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