"All-father." One of the many epithets of the god Odin. He is called Alföðr because, according to Snorri Sturluson,
he is the father of all the gods and of men, and of all that was fulfilled of him and of his might. The name is frequently used in the Prose Edda.
- Grímnismál, 48.
- Gylfaginning, 9.