Definition of All-Father in English:

All-Father

noun

  • 1(A title of) Odin (Woden), the supreme god and creator in Scandinavian mythology.

  • 2archaic Applied to God. Compare "father". Now somewhat archaic.

  • 3(A title of) the ancient Greek god Zeus (Jupiter in Roman mythology).

Origin

Late 18th century; earliest use found in Frank Sayers (1763–1817), poet and scholar. From all + father, after Old Icelandic al-fǫðr, epithet of Odin, later also used of the Christian God.

Pronunciation

All-Father

/ˈɔːlˌfɑːðə/