|Language||Name of Day||Meaning|
|Old Norse||Oðensdagr||Odin's day|
|Danish, Norwegian, and Swedish||Onsdag||Odin's day|
|Modern Icelandic||Miðvikdagur||Mid-week day|
|Latin||Mercurii dies||Mercury's day|
|The illustration on the right is a detail from a standing stone found on the Island of Gotland, Sweden. It depicts Odin astride his eight-legged horse Sleipnir. Click here to see the entire picture stone.|
|This small copper alloy figure is possibly a representation of Odin, who gave one eye in exchange for wisdom. The statue belongs to the Statens Historiska Museet, Navavagen, Sweden.|
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