Hadur  

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Had'ur, or Hod'ur in old hungarian, short for Hadak Ura, meaning "War Lord" or "Army Lord" in Hungarian and was the war god in the religion of the early Hungarians (Magyars). In Hungarian mythology, he was the third son of Arany Aty'acska (Golden Father) and Hajnal Any'acska (Dawn Mother) and was also the metalsmith of the gods. He wore armor and weapons made of pure copper, which is his sacred metal, and it was said that he forged the Sword of God (Isten kardja) which was discovered by Attila the Hun and secured his rule. It was customary for the Magyars to sacrifice white stallions to him before a battle.

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