Odo

Odo is a name typically associated with historical figures from the Middle Ages and before. Odo is etymologically related to the names Otho and Otto, and to the French name Odon and modern version Eudes, and to the Italian names Ottone and Udo; all come from a Germanic word meaning "possessor of wealth". Odo has also been used as a name for fictional characters.

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List Of Zoridae Species - Odo
... Odo Odo abudi — Hispaniola Odo agilis — St ... Thomas Odo ariguanabo — Cuba Odo australiensis — Central Australia Odo blumenauensis — Brazil Odo bruchi — Argentina Odo cubanus — Cuba Odo drescoi ...
Agatha Of Normandy - Troubles in England and The Continent - Last Years
... In 1082 William ordered the arrest of his half-brother Odo ... Orderic Vitalis later recorded that Odo had aspirations to become pope ... Orderic also related that Odo had attempted to persuade some of William's vassals to join Odo on an invasion of southern Italy ...
Odo, Count Of Champagne - Family
... Odo had one son with Adelaide Stephen, Count of Aumale (died 1127) ... another paper in which he put forward the theory that Odo was the primogenitor ...
Seikichi Odo - Shigeru Nakamura
... Odo took over teaching in the dojo as Nakamura aged ... Nakamura asked Odo to incorporate the kobudō with karate teachings ... Odo incorporated these in the mid 1970's ...
Siege Of Paris (885–886) - Aftermath
... The Parisians and Odo refused to let the Vikings down the Seine, and the invaders had to drag their boats overland to the Marne ... Charles died in 888, the French elected Odo as their king ... Odo's brother was later elected king as well ...