Definition of Donar
1. Noun. The Teutonic god of thunder; counterpart of Norse Thor.
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Literary usage of Donar
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A General Abridgment of Law and Equity: Alphabetically Digested Under Proper by Charles Viner (1792)
"N. and to the cozin of tie donar in frank-marriage ... and the fame donar gives mare lands in frank-marriage unto a fee ond ..."
2. The Mythology of the Aryan Nations by George William Cox (1887)
"SECTION VIL—THUNDER, Donar, THOR. Englishmen may not unnaturally be tempted to think that our The name word Thunder is the older and more genuine form of ..."
3. Teutonic Mythology by Jacob Grimm, James Steven Stallybrass (1883)
"He seems the more primitive deity, displaced in the course of ages (yet not everywhere) by a kindred but more comprehensive one. If Wuotan and Donar are to ..."
4. New Handbook for the Indian Ocean, Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengal: With by C. W. Brebner (1898)
"That on the return of the steamer ' Donar ' from Flat Island the measure of disinfection already ordered be at once carried out ; that the vessel be not ..."
5. The Religion of the Teutons by Pierre Daniël Chantepie de la Saussaye (1902)
"Thursday is the dies Joris (day of Jupiter), and yet this identification of Donar with Jupiter is not the most ancient one. In Tacitus he is Hercules, ..."