Definition for ED'DA

ED'DA, n.

A book containing a system of Runic or Scandinavian mythology, with some account of the theology and philosophy of the northern nations of Europe. The first part contains the mythology of the people, and the second, specimens of the poetry of the scalds. It was composed by Snorro Sturleson, judge of Iceland, from 1215 to 1222. Mallet.

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