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The Olympics started in Greece whereby the people then decided to dedicate the Olympian games to the Olympian gods. The first Olympic games was staged in Olympia.
The word Olympian refers to Mount Olympus, in Greece. In Shakespeare's day, people would have connected this with the myths of the Greek Gods, who were supposed to live on Mount Olympus. Nowadays we are more likely to think of the Olympic Games, modeled on games held in ancient Greece at Olympia.
This is because the Olympian myths originated from Greece and the so-called Olympians would compete in Games to test Strength, Agility, etc. But the Olympics originated from Greece, so it was for memories or whatever.
The earliest claim is for Much Wenlock in England in 1850; these were founded as the Wenlock Olympian Games and Baron de Coubertin recognised these as the first modern Olympics. Several other games were held in Greece in the 19th century, the first games organised in the current way as the First Olympian was held in Athens in 1896.
* Of or relating to the Olympic Games * Olympian: of the region of Olympia in Greece or its inhabitants * Of or pertaining to Olympus, a mountain of Thessaly, fabled as the seat of the gods, or to Olympia, a small plain in Elis; Of or pertaining to the Olympic Games
Mount Olympus in northern Greece.
Mount Olympus. Not the mountain in Greece but a sort of symbolical version of the mountain.