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Skaldic Poetry of the Scandinavian Middle Ages

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Gísla saga Súrssonar (Gísl) - 65

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49 — Gísl ch. [Alt.]

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(unknown) (unclassified)annmarki [Alt.]

(unlinked proper noun) (unclassified)Auðbjargar [Alt.], Auðbjörg [Alt.], Álfdís [Alt.], Álfdísi [Alt.], Barkar [Alt.], Bóthildi [Alt.], Bóthildur [Alt.], Hergilsey [Alt.], Keldudal [Alt.], Steingrímsfirði [Alt.], Þorskafjarðarþings [Alt.], Þórsnessþings [Alt.], Önundarfjörð [Alt.]

[come back later] (unclassified)alllíkt [Alt.], einkis [Alt.]

af (prep.) ‘from...’ — [Alt.]

2af (adv.) ‘from...’ — [Alt.]

afglapi (noun m.) [°-a] ‘°fool, halfwit, idiot...’ — [Alt.]

2afl (noun n.) [°-s; *-] ‘strength...’afli [Alt.]

aftaka (noun f.) [°*-u; dat. *-um] ‘°removal (of sth.); killing; loss, depri...’aftöku [Alt.]

aftan (adv.) ‘[evening]...’ — [Alt.]

aka (verb) [°ekr; ók, óku; ekinn/akiðr(Búal³ 34¹‰)] ‘drive...’ekur [Alt.]

ala (verb) [°elr; ól, ólu; alinn] ‘to beget, produce, procreate...’ól [Alt.]

aldr (noun m.) [°aldrs, dat. aldri; aldrar] ‘life, age...’aldri [Alt.], aldur [Alt.]

aldrei (adv.) ‘never...’ — [Alt.]

algerr (adj.) ‘[complete]...’algert [Alt.]

allgóðr (adj.) ‘very good...’allgott [Alt.]

allharðr (adj.)allhörð [Alt.]

allítill (adj.) ‘very little, weakling ...’allilla [Alt.]

allkátr (adj.) ‘very cheerful...’allkátir [Alt.]

allmikill (adj.) ‘very great, very large...’Allmikið [Alt.], allmikil [Alt.], [Alt.], allmiklu [Alt.]

allnær (adv.) ‘very near, very close ...’ — [Alt.]

allr (adj.) ‘all...’alla [Alt.], allan [Alt.], allir [Alt.], allra [Alt.], alls [Alt.], allt [Alt.], allur [Alt.], öll [Alt.], öllu [Alt.], öllum [Alt.]

allvel (adv.) ‘very well...’ — [Alt.]

allz (conj.) ‘°(introducing a dependent causal clause)...’alls [Alt.]

Alviðra (noun f.)Alviðru [Alt.]

1alþýða (noun f.) [°-u] ‘all the people...’alþýðu [Alt.]

ambátt (noun f.) [°-ar, dat. -u/-; -ir/-ar (ambottor EiðKrA 391²²)] ‘handmaid...’ — [Alt.], ambáttin [Alt.]

anda (verb) [°-að-] ‘breathe, live; (past part.) die...’andaður [Alt.], andast [Alt.]

andsœlis (adv.) ‘°against the course of the sun, widdersh...’andsælis [Alt.]

1angi (noun m.) [°-a] ‘°scent, fragrance...’Öngum [Alt.]

anna (verb) [°-að-] ‘°be capable of, manage; forvalte, drage ...’ann [Alt.]

1annarr (pron.) [°f. ǫnnur, n. annat; pl. aðrir] ‘(an)other, second...’aðra [Alt.], aðrar [Alt.], aðrir [Alt.], annað [Alt.], annan [Alt.], annar [Alt.], annarra [Alt.], annarri [Alt.], annars [Alt.], öðru [Alt.], öðrum [Alt.], önnur [Alt.]

annarrhvárr (pron.)annaðhvort [Alt.]

aptr (adv.) [°compar. -ar] ‘back...’aftur [Alt.]

arfr (noun m.) [°-s, dat. -i/-(Frost— 215¹²); -ar] ‘inheritance...’arf [Alt.]

1ari (noun m.) [°-a; -ar] ‘eagle...’ — [Alt.]

Arnarfjǫrðr (noun m.) ‘Arnarfjǫrðr...’Arnarfirði [Alt.], Arnarfjarðar [Alt.]

Arnórr (noun m.)Arnór [Alt.]

3at (prep.) ‘at, to...’ [Alt.]

4at (conj.) ‘that...’ [Alt.]

5at (nota) ‘to (with infinitive)...’ [Alt.]

atburðr (noun m.) [°-ar, dat. -; -ir/-ar(var. Hirð 437¹ˆ: NKS 1642 4° “D”)] ‘event, accident...’atburð [Alt.], atburðir [Alt.]

atganga (noun f.) [°·gǫngu/gangu] ‘[attack]...’atgöngu [Alt.]

atgervimaðr (noun m.) [°acc. ·mann; ·menn] ‘°skilful/proficient person (esp. in phys...’atgervimaður [Alt.]

atgervismaðr (noun m.) [°acc. ·mann; ·menn] ‘°skilful/proficient person (esp. in phys...’atgervismaður [Alt.]

athœfi (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘°behaviour, conduct, way of life; (of a ...’athæfi [Alt.]

atsókn (noun f.) [°-ar] ‘°attack, assault; thronging (of guests);...’ — [Alt.]

auðga (verb) [°-að-] ‘°enrich (sby/sth.) (with sth., in respec...’ — [Alt.]

Auði (noun m.) ‘[wealth]...’ — [Alt.]

auðigr (adj.) [°auðgan/auðigan; compar. auðgari/auðigri, superl. auðgastr/auðigastr] ‘wealthy...’auðgi [Alt.], auðigur [Alt.]

auðinn (adj.) [°compar. auðnari] ‘fated, decreed...’auðið [Alt.]

Auðr (noun f.) ‘Auðr...’Auðar [Alt.], Auði [Alt.], Auður [Alt.]

1auðr (noun m.) [°-s/-ar, dat. -i/-] ‘wealth...’Auði [Alt.]

3auðr (adj.) ‘empty, barren...’Auði [Alt.]

auðveldliga (adv.) [°compar. -ar, superl. -ast] ‘°easily, without difficulty; compliantly...’auðveldlega [Alt.]

aufúsuorð (noun n.) [°; -] ‘°(I) words of gratification/gratitude...’ — [Alt.]

augsýn (noun f.) ‘°sight, presence; extent of a person’s v...’ — [Alt.]

1auka (verb) [°eykr; jók, jóku/juku] ‘(str. intrans.) increase...’aukist [Alt.]

aumliga (adv.) [°superl. -ast] ‘°wretchedly, pitiably, pitifully...’aumlega [Alt.]

aurriðanet (noun n.) ‘°trout net...’ — [Alt.]

2ausa (verb) [°eyss; jós, jósu/jusu; ausinn] ‘sprinkle, bail...’ausinn [Alt.], jós [Alt.]

austmaðr (noun m.) [°·manns, dat. ·manni; ·menn] ‘easterner...’Austmaður [Alt.], Austmaðurinn [Alt.], Austmannanna [Alt.], Austmanninn [Alt.], Austmenn [Alt.], Austmennirnir [Alt.], Austmönnum [Alt.]

1á (noun f.) [°-r; -r/-ir (aor nom. pl. Gul315e 41‰ repræsenterer if. Suppl4, [$1$] & ed. intr. 32 svag bøjning)] ‘river...’ána [Alt.]

2á (adv.) ‘on...’ — [Alt.]

3á (prep.) ‘on, at...’ — [Alt.]

áðr (adv.) [°//] ‘before...’áður [Alt.]

1áfangi (noun m.) [°-a] ‘°fine for unlawful use of another person...’áfanga [Alt.]

ákafi (noun m.) [°-a] ‘°violence, intensity, strength; frenzy, ...’ákafa [Alt.]

ákafr (adj.) [°compar. -ari, superl. -astr] ‘vehement, fiery...’ákaft [Alt.]

álbúa (verb)albúinn [Alt.]

áleiðis (adv.) ‘°on the way, onwards, forwards; in the r...’ — [Alt.]

án (prep.) ‘without...’ — [Alt.]

ári (noun m.)árar [Alt.]

ásamt (adv.) ‘[together with]...’ — [Alt.]

Ásgerðr (noun f.)Ásgerðar [Alt.], Ásgerður [Alt.]

ásjá (noun f.) [°-/-r] ‘°outward appearance, form, guise; consen...’ — [Alt.]

Ásmundarson (noun m.) — [Alt.]

ást (noun f.) [°-ar; -ir] ‘love...’ — [Alt.]

átta (verb) — [Alt.]

áttján (num. cardinal) ‘eighteen...’Átján [Alt.]

1áverki (noun m.) [°-a; -ar] ‘°bodily injury, wound; assault; compensa...’áverkann [Alt.]

ávíti (noun n.) ‘°reproach...’ávíta [Alt.]

bak (noun n.) [°-s; *-] ‘back...’ — [Alt.]

banahǫgg (noun n.) [°dat. -i; -] ‘°dræbende hug, banehug; deathblow, morta...’banahögg [Alt.]

bani (noun m.) [°-a; -ar] ‘death, killer...’bana [Alt.]

Barðastrǫnd (noun f.)Barðastrandar [Alt.], Barðaströnd [Alt.]

barn (noun n.) [°-s; bǫrn/barn(JKr 345³), dat. bǫrnum/barnum] ‘child...’ — [Alt.], börn [Alt.]

batna (verb) [°-að-] ‘improve...’batni [Alt.]

báðir (pron.) [°gen. beggja (báðra), nom./acc. n. bǽði] ‘both...’báða [Alt.], báðar [Alt.], [Alt.], báðum [Alt.]

báss (noun m.) [°dat. bási; dat. básum] ‘°stall, pen (in a stable/cow-house, etc....’Básar [Alt.]

beiða (verb) [°-dd-] ‘ask, request...’beiddur [Alt.], beiði [Alt.], beiðir [Alt.]

2beina (verb) [°-nd-] ‘help...’Beindi [Alt.]

beinfiskr (noun m.) ‘°?(“bone-fish” ɔ:) large-boned or heavy ...’beinfiskur [Alt.]

1beinn (noun m.)beinasta [Alt.]

2beinn (adj.) [°beinan; compar. beinni, superl. beinastr/beinstr] ‘straight...’beint [Alt.]

belti (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘belt...’ — [Alt.]

3bera (verb) [°berr; bar, báru; borinn] ‘bear, carry...’bar [Alt.], ber [Alt.], [Alt.], berst [Alt.], bæri [Alt.]

berg (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘rock, cliff...’Bergi [Alt.], bergið [Alt.], berginu [Alt.]

2Bergr (noun m.) ‘Bergr...’Berg [Alt.], Bergs [Alt.], Bergur [Alt.]

2berja (verb) [°barði; barðr/bariðr/barinn] ‘fight...’barður [Alt.], barið [Alt.]

Bersi (noun m.) — [Alt.]

biðja (verb) [°biðr; bað, báðu; beðinn (beiþ- Martin¹ 573‡, bỏþ- HákEirsp 661‰, cf. ed. intr. xl)] ‘ask for, order, pray...’bað [Alt.], báðu [Alt.], beðinn [Alt.], beiddi [Alt.], [Alt.], biður [Alt.]

2bifa (verb) [°-að-] ‘shudder, tremble...’bifast [Alt.]

bil (noun n.) ‘delay...’bili [Alt.]

binda (verb) [°bindr; batt/bant(cf. [$332$]), bundu; bundinn] ‘bind, tie...’batt [Alt.], [Alt.], bindur [Alt.], bundið [Alt.], bundinn [Alt.]

bíða (verb) [°bíðr; beið, biðu; beðit] ‘wait, suffer, experience...’beðið [Alt.], [Alt.], bíður [Alt.]

bíta (verb) [°bítr; beit, bitu; bitinn] ‘bite...’beit [Alt.], [Alt.], bítur [Alt.]

Bjalfi (noun m.)Bjálfi [Alt.]

bjarg (noun n.) [°-s; *-] ‘mountain, cliff...’ — [Alt.], björg [Alt.]

1bjarga (verb) [°bergr (biærgr Alk619 77⁹; biargr ÓH619 119¹‡); barg, burgu; borginn] ‘to save, preserve...’bjargir [Alt.]

Bjartmarr (noun m.)Bjartmars [Alt.]

bjóða (verb) [°býðr; bauð, buðu; boðinn (buð- Thom¹ 5²n.)] ‘offer, order, invite...’bauð [Alt.], [Alt.], bjóðast [Alt.], boðið [Alt.], buðu [Alt.], býðst [Alt.], býður [Alt.]

bjǫrg (noun f.) [°bjargar; bjargir] ‘help, deliverance...’bjargar [Alt.], björg [Alt.]

blauðr (adj.) [°superl. -astr] ‘cowardly...’blauður [Alt.]

blákápumaðr (noun m.) [°dat. ·manni] ‘°person dressed in a blue/black cape...’blákápumannsins [Alt.]

blár (adj.) ‘black...’blárri [Alt.]

blindr (adj.) [°compar. -ari] ‘blind...’blindan [Alt.]

1blíða (noun f.) [°-u; -ur] ‘°siege-machine, catapult for use in a si...’blíðu [Alt.]

blíðr (adj.) [°n. sg. nom. & acc. blítt/blíðt; compar. -ari, superl. -astr] ‘gentle, happy...’blíðast [Alt.], blíðasta [Alt.]

blóð (noun n.) [°-s] ‘blood...’ — [Alt.], blóði [Alt.]

blót (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘sacrifice...’ — [Alt.], blótum [Alt.]

1blóta (verb) [°blǿtr; blét, blétu; blótinn] ‘°sacrifice (sby) (to sby) (to obtain sth...’ — [Alt.], blótaði [Alt.]

boð (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘command, offer, feast...’ — [Alt.], boði [Alt.], boðinu [Alt.], boðs [Alt.]

boðsmaðr (noun m.) [°acc. ·mann; ·menn] ‘°invited guest, participant in a meal/fe...’boðsmanna [Alt.]

borð (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘side, plank, board; table...’ — [Alt.], borði [Alt.], borðið [Alt.], borðinu [Alt.], borðunum [Alt.]

borg (noun f.) [°-ar, dat. -; -ir] ‘city, stronghold...’ — [Alt.]

Borgarfjǫrðr (noun m.)Borgarfirði [Alt.], Borgarfjarðar [Alt.]

bólstaðr (noun m.) [°dat. -/-i; -ir] ‘°place to live, dwelling, farm (building...’bólstað [Alt.]

Bóndason (noun m.) — [Alt.]

bóndi (noun m.) [°-a; bǿndr/bǿndir(HkrEirsp 58⁴)/bondr(Nj AM 468 4° 78r⁴), gen. & dat. bónd-/bǿnd-] ‘man, farmer, peasant, landowner...’bónda [Alt.], [Alt.]

bót (noun f.) [°-ar; bǿtr] ‘compensation...’ — [Alt.]

bráðr (adj.) [°compar. -ari, superl. -astr] ‘quick(ly)...’brátt [Alt.]

bregða (verb) [°bregðr/brigðr; brá, brugðu; brugðinn/brogðinn] ‘pull, jerk, break; change...’brá [Alt.], [Alt.], bregður [Alt.], brugðið [Alt.]

Breiðafjǫrðr (noun m.)Breiðafirði [Alt.], Breiðafjörð [Alt.]

breiðr (adj.) [°compar. -ari, superl. -astr] ‘broad, wide...’breitt [Alt.]

brekka (noun f.) [°-u; -ur] ‘slope...’brekkuna [Alt.]

2brenna (verb) [°brennr/brenn; brann, brunnu; brunninn] ‘(strong, intransitive)...’brann [Alt.], [Alt.], brennur [Alt.], brunnir [Alt.], brunnu [Alt.]

1bresta (verb) [°brestr; brast, brustu; brostinn] ‘burst, split...’brestur [Alt.]

breyta (verb) [°-tt-] ‘alter, change; conduct oneself...’breytum [Alt.]

bringspǫl (noun f.) [°; ·spalir] ‘°(pl.) ?ribs or rib cartilage, ?(lower p...’bringspöluna [Alt.]

brjóst (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘breast, chest...’ — [Alt.], brjósti [Alt.]

brjóta (verb) [°brýtr; braut, brutu; brotinn] ‘to break, destroy...’braut [Alt.], brotið [Alt.], brutu [Alt.], brýtur [Alt.]

brot (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘piece, fragment...’brotin [Alt.]

1brott (adv.) ‘away...’ — [Alt.], brottu [Alt.]

bróðir (noun m.) [°bróður/brǿðr/bróðurs, dat. bróður/brǿðr/breðr, acc. bróður/brǿðr; brǿðr/bróðr/breðr (brǿðrirnir Jvs291 75¹⁴), gen. brǿ---] ‘brother...’ — [Alt.], bróður [Alt.], bræðra [Alt.], bræðrum [Alt.], bræður [Alt.], bræðurnir [Alt.]

bróðurbani (noun m.) [°-a; -ar] ‘°brother’s killer...’bróðurbana [Alt.]

bróðurdauði (noun m.) [°-a] ‘°death of a brother...’bróðurdauðann [Alt.]

bróðurkona (noun f.) [°-u] ‘°brother’s wife...’bróðurkonu [Alt.]

brýnn (adj.) [°compar. brýnni, superl. brýnstr/brýnastr] ‘ready, swift...’brýn [Alt.]

buna (verb)bundu [Alt.]

1 (noun n.) [°-s, dat. -i/-(Landsl 39ˆ, DN III (1367) 279¹‡, DN XII (*1348›AM 902 a) 73³⁰); -] ‘homestead...’ — [Alt.], búi [Alt.], bús [Alt.]

2búa (verb) [°býr (1. pers. býg NjM 330²⁴); bjó/bjuggi/bjǫggi/byggi, bjuggu/bjǫggu (præt. conj. byggi); búinn (n. sg. búit/bút)] ‘prepare, ready, live...’bjó [Alt.], bjóst [Alt.], bjuggu [Alt.], Bjuggust [Alt.], [Alt.], búast [Alt.], búið [Alt.], búin [Alt.], búinn [Alt.], búist [Alt.], búnir [Alt.], búnu [Alt.], býr [Alt.], Býst [Alt.]

búð (noun f.) [°-ar; -ir] ‘booth, dwelling...’ — [Alt.], búða [Alt.], búðar [Alt.], búðinni [Alt.], búðunum [Alt.]

búðarrúm (noun n.) [°-s] ‘°place (to lodge) in a booth...’ — [Alt.], búðarrúms [Alt.]

búferill (noun m.) [°; ·ferlar] ‘°person who moves with all his household...’búferli [Alt.]

búlag (noun n.) [°-s] ‘°householding partnership (on a farm), j...’búlags [Alt.]

búningr (noun m.) [°dat. -i] ‘[array]...’búningur [Alt.]

búr (noun n.) [°-s] ‘pantry; house or room for women...’búrinu [Alt.], búrsins [Alt.]

byggð (noun f.) [°-ar; -ir] ‘dwelling, settlement...’byggða [Alt.]

bylr (noun m.) [°; -ir] ‘[squall]...’bylur [Alt.]

byrðingr (noun m.) [°dat. -i; -ar] ‘°cargo ship, merchant vessel...’byrðingi [Alt.]

byrgja (verb) [°-rgð-] ‘lock...’byrgir [Alt.], byrgist [Alt.]

bæði (conj.) ‘[Both]...’ — [Alt.]

2bægja (verb) [°-gð-] ‘contend...’bægði [Alt.]

bœr (noun m.) [°-jar/-ar, dat. -; -ir, gen. -ja/-a, dat. -jum/-um/bjóm/-am/-m, acc. -i/-ja/-a/bǿ] ‘farm, homestead...’ [Alt.], bæinn [Alt.], bæjarins [Alt.], bænum [Alt.], bær [Alt.]

bæra (verb) [°-rð-] ‘[stirred]...’bærist [Alt.]

bœta (verb) [°-tt-] ‘better, emend, compensate...’bætum [Alt.]

bǫrkr (noun m.) [°dat. berki/bǫrk, acc. bark(Kjaln 9¹³n.); acc. bǫrku] ‘[bark]...’Berki [Alt.], Börk [Alt.], Börkur [Alt.]

daga (verb) [°-að-]dagað [Alt.]

dagr (noun m.) [°-s, dat. degi/dag/dagi(Thom¹ 332¹‡n.); -ar] ‘day...’dag [Alt.], daginn [Alt.], dagur [Alt.], degi [Alt.]

dagsetrsskeið (noun n.)dagsetursskeið [Alt.]

dagverðr (noun m.) [°-ar, dat. -i; -ir] ‘°morning meal, first (main) meal of the ...’dagverð [Alt.]

dalr (noun m.) [°-s, dat. -/-i; -ir, acc. -i/-a] ‘valley...’dal [Alt.], dalnum [Alt.]

Danmǫrk (noun f.) ‘[Denmark]...’Danmerkur [Alt.], Danmörk [Alt.]

dauði (noun m.) [°-a; -ar] ‘death...’dauða [Alt.]

2dauðr (adj.) ‘dead...’dauðum [Alt.], dauður [Alt.]

2deila (verb) [°-ld-] ‘share out, deal...’ — [Alt.], deildu [Alt.], deilist [Alt.]

deili (noun n.) [°; -] ‘detail...’ — [Alt.]

2detta (verb) [°dettr; datt, duttu; dottinn] ‘drop, fall...’dettur [Alt.]

digr (adj.) [°digran; compar. digrari, superl. digrastr] ‘fat, large...’digri [Alt.]

dómr (noun m.) [°-s, dat. -i; -ar] ‘judgement; court; -dom, -ness (suffix)...’dóma [Alt.], dómum [Alt.]

dóttir (noun f.) [°dóttur, dat. dóttur/dǿtr/dóttir, acc. dóttur/dóttir, nom. dóttir/dóttur; dǿtr, gen. dǿtra (cf. [$1592$])] ‘daughter...’ — [Alt.], dætur [Alt.]

2draga (verb) [°dregr; dró, drógu; dreginn/droget(Hirð NKS 1642 4° 146v²⁹; cf. [$962$])] ‘drag, pull, draw...’ — [Alt.], dreginn [Alt.], drógu [Alt.]

draumamaðr (noun m.) [°; ·menn] ‘°dreamer, person who has dreams; interpr...’draumamaður [Alt.]

draumkona (noun f.) [°; -ur] ‘°dream woman, woman who appears in (sby’...’draumkonan [Alt.], draumkonur [Alt.]

draumr (noun m.) [°-s, dat. -i/-; -ar] ‘dream...’Draum [Alt.], draumana [Alt.], draumar [Alt.], drauminn [Alt.], draumunum [Alt.]

draumvetr (noun m.) [°; ·vetr] ‘°winter/year (allotted to sby) in a drea...’draumveturnir [Alt.]

2drekka (verb) [°drekkr; drakk, drukku; drukkinn/drykkinn] ‘drink...’ — [Alt.], drukkið [Alt.], drukku [Alt.]

drengiliga (adv.) [°compar. -ar, superl. -ast] ‘bravely...’Drengilega [Alt.]

drengiligr (adj.) [°compar. -ari/-ri, superl. -astr/-str] ‘noble-minded, valiant ...’drengilegar [Alt.]

drengr (noun m.) [°-s, dat. -; -ir, gen. -ja] ‘man, warrior...’drengir [Alt.], drengja [Alt.], drengur [Alt.]

drengskapr (noun m.) ‘[bravery, manliness]...’drengskap [Alt.]

drepa (verb) [°drepr; drap, drápu; drepinn] ‘kill, strike...’ — [Alt.], drepi [Alt.], drepið [Alt.], drepinn [Alt.], drepur [Alt.], dræpi [Alt.]

dreyma (verb) [°-mð-] ‘dream...’dreymdi [Alt.], dreymir [Alt.], dreymt [Alt.]

dreyri (noun m.) [°-a] ‘blood...’dreyra [Alt.]

dreyrugr (adj.) [°dreyrgan/dreyrugan; superl. dreyrgastr] ‘bloody...’dreyruga [Alt.]

2drífa (verb) [°drífr; dreif, drifu; drifinn] ‘drive, rush...’drifið [Alt.], drífur [Alt.]

drjúgr (adj.) [°compar. -ari (drýgari [$1033$] „ ms. 56v‰, superl. -astr] ‘very, excessive...’drjúgum [Alt.]

1drjúpa (verb) [°drýpr; draup, drupu; dropinn] ‘drip; droop, bow down...’ — [Alt.]

drukkna (verb) [°-að-] ‘to (be) drown(ed)...’drukknað [Alt.], drukknaður [Alt.]

1drykkja (noun f.) [°-ju/-u; -ur] ‘drinking...’ — [Alt.], drykkju [Alt.]

duga (verb) [°dugir; dugði; dugat] ‘help, befit...’ — [Alt.], dugandi [Alt.]

dugr (noun m.) ‘valour...’dugi [Alt.]

dvelja (verb) [°dvalði; dvalðr/dvalinn (præs. sg. 3. pers. dvel [$1138$], [$1140$])] ‘delay, stay, dwell...’ — [Alt.]

dyngja (noun f.) [°-u] ‘[women chamber]...’ — [Alt.], dyngjunni [Alt.]

1dyrr (noun f.) [°gen. dura/dyra, dat. durum/dyrum] ‘door...’dura [Alt.], durum [Alt.], dyr [Alt.], dyra [Alt.], dyranna [Alt.], dyrunum [Alt.]

Dýrafjǫrðr (noun m.)Dýrafirði [Alt.], Dýrafjarðar [Alt.], Dýrafjörð [Alt.]

dýrfirðingr (noun m.) [°; -ar] ‘°person associated with Dýrafjǫrðr...’Dýrfirðinga [Alt.]

dœgr (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘day and night; 24h period...’dægra [Alt.], dægur [Alt.]

dǫggskór (noun m.) [°dat. ·skó/skúa, acc. ·skó] ‘°chape (of a scabbard) (lit.: shoeing, p...’döggskónum [Alt.]

dǫggslóð (noun f.) ‘°trail in dew/hoarfrost...’döggslóðina [Alt.]

eða (conj.) ‘or...’ — [Alt.]

3ef (conj.) ‘if...’ — [Alt.]

efla (verb) [°-fld-/-að-(RómvUpph¹ 382²⁴)] ‘strengthen...’efldi [Alt.]

1efna (verb) [°-að-] ‘initiate...’efndi [Alt.]

efni (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘material...’ — [Alt.]

efnitré (noun n.) ‘°timber; what one is dealing with, poten...’ — [Alt.]

efri (adj. comp.) [°superl. efstr/øfstr (eft- [$1653$] 13r²³, etc.)] ‘higher, highest...’efra [Alt.], efsta [Alt.]

eftirleit (noun f.) ‘°search (for sby), seeking out, pursuit;...’eftirleitin [Alt.]

eggja (verb) [°-að-] ‘urge...’eggjar [Alt.]

2ei (adv.) ‘always...’ — [Alt.]

1eiga (noun f.) [°-u (nom. for obl. DN III (1347) 206¹³, etc., cf. Seip 1955 304); -ur] ‘property...’eigu [Alt.]

2eiga (verb) [°á/eigr (præs. pl. 3. pers. eigu/eiga); átti, áttu; átt] ‘own, have...’á [Alt.], átt [Alt.], átti [Alt.], áttu [Alt.], [Alt.], eigi [Alt.], eigið [Alt.], eigum [Alt.], ætti [Alt.], ættu [Alt.]

3eigi (adv.) ‘not...’ — [Alt.]

eign (noun f.) [°-ar; -ir] ‘property...’ — [Alt.], eigna [Alt.], eignir [Alt.]

Einarr (noun m.) ‘Einarr...’einart [Alt.]

eindœmi (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘°right to judge alone, right to dictate ...’eindæmi [Alt.]

einhverr (pron.) [°dat. ·hverjum; gen. ·hverra] ‘a certain...’einhvern [Alt.]

1einn (num. cardinal) [°f. ein, n. eitt; pl. einir; superl. debil. -asti(Anna238(2001) 155³²)] ‘one; alone...’eina [Alt.], [Alt.], einni [Alt.], einum [Alt.], eitt [Alt.]

2einn (pron.) [°decl. cf. einn num.] ‘one, alone...’ein [Alt.], eina [Alt.], einar [Alt.], [Alt.], eins [Alt.], einu [Alt.], Eitt [Alt.]

einshverr (pron.) [°m. dat. ·hverjum, f. dat. ·hverri] ‘a certain...’einnhver [Alt.]

eintal (noun n.) [°-s] ‘°private/confidential conversation, conv...’ — [Alt.]

Eiríksson (noun m.)Eiríkssyni [Alt.]

ek (pron.) [°mín, dat. mér, acc. mik] ‘I, me...’eg [Alt.], mér [Alt.], mig [Alt.], mín [Alt.], okkar [Alt.], okkur [Alt.], oss [Alt.], vér [Alt.], við [Alt.]

2ekki (adv.) ‘not...’ — [Alt.]

eldaskáli (noun m.) [°-a; -ar] ‘°room with a fireplace/hearth (a separat...’eldaskála [Alt.], eldaskálann [Alt.], eldaskálanum [Alt.]

eldhús (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘°room with a fireplace/hearth (a separat...’eldhúsi [Alt.], Eldhúsið [Alt.], eldhúsinu [Alt.]

eldr (noun m.) [°-s, dat. -i/-(HómÍsl¹‰(1993) 24v²⁴); -ar] ‘fire...’eld [Alt.], elda [Alt.], Eldar [Alt.], eldarnir [Alt.], eldurinn [Alt.]

ella (adv.) ‘otherwise...’ — [Alt.]

elligar (adv.) ‘otherwise...’ellegar [Alt.]

2elta (verb) [°-lt-] ‘chase...’ — [Alt.]

2en (conj.) ‘but, and...’ — [Alt.]

1enda (verb) [°-að-] ‘end, last...’endast [Alt.], Endist [Alt.]

3enda (conj.) — [Alt.]

endi (noun m.) ‘end...’endar [Alt.]

endilangr (adj.)endilangt [Alt.]

1engi (noun n.) ‘meadow...’ — [Alt.], engis [Alt.]

2engi (pron.) ‘no, none...’enga [Alt.], engan [Alt.], engir [Alt.], engu [Alt.], önga [Alt.], Öngva [Alt.], öngvir [Alt.]

England (noun n.) ‘England...’Englandi [Alt.], Englands [Alt.]

2enn (adv.) ‘still, yet, again...’ — [Alt.]

eptir (prep.) ‘after, behind...’eftir [Alt.]

2er (conj.) ‘who, which, when...’ — [Alt.]

erfi (noun n.) [°-s] ‘funeral feast...’ — [Alt.]

2erfiðislaun (noun n.) [°; -]erfiðislaunin [Alt.]

2eta (verb) [°; -ur] ‘eat...’átu [Alt.]

1ey (noun f.) [°-jar, dat. -ju/-; -jar] ‘island...’eyjarinnar [Alt.], eyjum [Alt.], eyjunni [Alt.], eyjunum [Alt.], eyna [Alt.], eynni [Alt.]

Eyjólfr (noun m.) ‘Eyjulfr, Eyjólfr...’Eyjólf [Alt.], Eyjólfi [Alt.], Eyjólfs [Alt.], Eyjólfur [Alt.]

eykr (noun m.) [°-s/-jar, dat. -; -ir, dat. -jum] ‘draught animal...’eyki [Alt.], eykinn [Alt.]

eyland (noun n.) [°-s; *-] ‘island...’ — [Alt.]

Eyrar (noun f.)Eyri [Alt.]

eyraroddi (noun m.) [°-a]eyraroddann [Alt.]

eyrir (noun m.) [°eyris, dat. eyri; aurar] ‘ounce, money, property...’eyri [Alt.]

faðir (noun m.) ‘father...’ — [Alt.], föður [Alt.]

faðma (verb) [°-að-] ‘embrace...’ — [Alt.]

fagna (verb) [°-að-] ‘welcome, rejoice...’ — [Alt.], fagnar [Alt.], fagni [Alt.]

fagnafundr (noun m.) [°; -ir] ‘[welcome meeting]...’fagnafundur [Alt.]

1fala (verb) [°-að-] ‘offer/demand to buy...’föluðu [Alt.]

fall (noun n.) [°-s; *-] ‘fall...’ — [Alt.]

falla (verb) ‘fall...’ — [Alt.], fallið [Alt.], fellur [Alt.], Féll [Alt.], félli [Alt.], féllu [Alt.]

fang (noun n.) [°-s; *-] ‘grasp, tunic...’föng [Alt.]

far (noun n.) [°-s; *-] ‘travel, vessel, trace, life, conduct...’ — [Alt.], fars [Alt.], förin [Alt.]

fara (verb) [ferr, fór, fóru, farinn] ‘go, travel...’Far [Alt.], [Alt.], farandi [Alt.], farast [Alt.], fari [Alt.], farið [Alt.], farinn [Alt.], farir [Alt.], farnir [Alt.], fer [Alt.], ferð [Alt.], fór [Alt.], fóru [Alt.], færi [Alt.], förum [Alt.]

fararskjóti (noun m.) [°-a; -ar]fararskjóta [Alt.]

fardagr (noun m.) [°-s; -ar]fardögum [Alt.]

fast (adv.) — [Alt.]

fastmæli (noun n.)fastmælum [Alt.]

fastna (verb) ‘[be engaged to]...’föstnuð [Alt.]

fastr (adj.) [°compar. -ari, superl. -astr] ‘firm, fast...’fast [Alt.], fastir [Alt.]

2 (verb) [°fǽr; fekk, fengu; fenginn] ‘get, receive...’ — [Alt.], fáir [Alt.], fáum [Alt.], fengið [Alt.], fengju [Alt.], fengjum [Alt.], fengu [Alt.], fékk [Alt.], fékkst [Alt.], fær [Alt.]

fádœmi (noun n.) [°; -]fádæmum [Alt.]

2fár (noun n.) [°-s] ‘harm, danger...’fári [Alt.]

3fár (adj.) [°compar. fǽrri/fárri(Mág² 11ˆ), superl. fǽstr] ‘few...’fám [Alt.], fátt [Alt.]

fárviðri (noun n.) — [Alt.]

fátœkligr (adj.) [°compar. -ri, superl. -astr]fátæklegir [Alt.]

feigr (adj.) [°compar. -ari/ri] ‘fated to die, fey, dead...’feigan [Alt.]

feilan (noun ?) [°-s]feilans [Alt.]

2fela (verb) ‘hide...’fals [Alt.], felur [Alt.]

feldr (noun m.) [°-ar, dat. -i; -ir] ‘cloak...’feld [Alt.]

3fella (verb) ‘fell, kill...’felldi [Alt.]

fellir (noun m.) [°-s, dat. -i] ‘slayer, feller...’ — [Alt.]

ferð (noun f.) [°-ar; -ir/-arMork 196¹²)] ‘host, journey...’ — [Alt.], ferða [Alt.], ferðinni [Alt.]

2festa (verb) ‘fasten, betrothe, promise...’ — [Alt.], festi [Alt.]

1feta (verb) ‘follow, able to make...’feti [Alt.]

(noun n.) [°fjár/féar; -] ‘cattle, money...’ — [Alt.], féið [Alt.], fénu [Alt.], fjár [Alt.]

félag (noun n.) [°-s] — [Alt.], félaga [Alt.]

félagi (noun m.) [°-a; -ar] ‘companion...’félagar [Alt.], [Alt.], félögum [Alt.]

fimm (num. cardinal) ‘five...’ — [Alt.]

fimmtán (num. cardinal) ‘fifteen...’ — [Alt.]

fimmtándi (num. ordinal)fimmtánda [Alt.]

fingrgull (noun n.)fingurgull [Alt.], fingurgullið [Alt.]

2finna (verb) ‘find, meet...’fannst [Alt.], finn [Alt.], [Alt.], finnast [Alt.], finnumst [Alt.], finnur [Alt.], fundið [Alt.], fundnir [Alt.], fundu [Alt.], fundust [Alt.], fyndu [Alt.]

fiskastǫng (noun f.)fiskastöng [Alt.]

fiskr (noun m.) ‘fish...’fiski [Alt.]

fífl (noun n.) ‘[a fool, giant]...’ — [Alt.], fíflið [Alt.]

1fjall (noun n.) ‘mountain...’fjalli [Alt.], fjallið [Alt.]

fjarðarhorn (noun n.)fjarðarhornið [Alt.]

fjándskapr (noun m.) ‘[animosity]...’fjandskap [Alt.]

fjárhlutr (noun m.)fjárhlutum [Alt.]

fjórir (num. cardinal) ‘four...’ — [Alt.], fjögur [Alt.]

2fjós (noun n.) ‘°stald, kostald...’fjósinu [Alt.], fjóss [Alt.], fjóssins [Alt.]

fjúk (noun n.) ‘[blizzard]...’ — [Alt.], fjúki [Alt.]

fjǫlmenni (noun n.)fjölmenni [Alt.]

fjǫrðr (noun m.) ‘fjord...’firðinum [Alt.], fjörð [Alt.], fjörðinn [Alt.], fjörðu [Alt.], fjörðunum [Alt.]

fjǫrlǫstr (noun m.)fjörlesti [Alt.]

Flatey (noun f.)Flateyjar [Alt.]

fleipa (verb)fleipað [Alt.]

fleygja (verb) ‘fling...’fleygir [Alt.]

fljúga (verb) ‘fly...’flýgur [Alt.]

flokkr (noun m.) ‘group, flock...’flokkinn [Alt.]

flytja (verb) ‘convey, move...’fluttu [Alt.], fluttur [Alt.], [Alt.], flytur [Alt.]

flœðibakki (noun m.)flæðibökkum [Alt.]

folk (noun n.) ‘people...’fólk [Alt.], fólkið [Alt.]

forn (adj.) [°compar. -ari, superl. -astr] ‘ancient, old...’fornan [Alt.], fornum [Alt.]

fornkveðinn (adj.)fornkveðna [Alt.]

1forspá (noun f.) — [Alt.]

forvitna (verb) ‘pry into, enquire about...’forvitnast [Alt.]

1forvitni (noun f.) ‘[curiosity]...’ — [Alt.]

fóstbrœðralag (noun n.)fóstbræðralag [Alt.]

1fóstra (noun f.) ‘foster- daughter, foster-mother...’ — [Alt.], fóstru [Alt.]

1fótr (noun m.) ‘foot, leg...’fótum [Alt.], fótunum [Alt.], fætur [Alt.]

fram (adv.) ‘out, forth, forwards, away...’ — [Alt.]

framr (adj.) [°compar. framari/fremri, superl. framastr/fremstr] ‘outstanding, foremost...’fremstir [Alt.]

frá (prep.) ‘from...’ — [Alt.]

frásǫgn (noun f.) ‘narrative...’frásagnar [Alt.]

frelsi (noun n.) ‘freedom...’ — [Alt.]

fremja (verb) ‘advance, perform...’framið [Alt.]

frestr (noun m.)frest [Alt.]

Freyr (noun m.) ‘(a god)...’Frey [Alt.], [Alt.]

freysgoði (noun m.) — [Alt.]

frétt (noun f.) ‘report...’ — [Alt.], fréttir [Alt.]

frétta (verb) ‘ask, enquire...’ — [Alt.]

fría (verb) — [Alt.]

frjósa (verb)fraus [Alt.]

frœða (verb)fræðast [Alt.]

frægð (noun f.) ‘fame...’ — [Alt.]

frægr (adj.) [°-jan/-an; compar. -ri, superl. -jastr/-astr/-str] ‘famous, renowned...’frægur [Alt.]

frændi (noun m.) ‘kinsman, male relative...’frænda [Alt.], [Alt.], frændur [Alt.]

frændkona (noun f.) ‘kinswoman, female relative...’frændkonu [Alt.]

frændsemi (noun f.) — [Alt.]

frændsveinn (noun m.) — [Alt.]

fugl (noun m.) ‘bird...’fuglar [Alt.]

fullhugi (noun m.) — [Alt.]

2fullr (adj.) [°compar. -ari, superl. -astr] ‘full, complete...’full [Alt.], fulls [Alt.], fullu [Alt.], fullur [Alt.]

fulltingr (noun m.) ‘°hjælp, støtte, bistand...’fulltings [Alt.]

fundr (noun m.) ‘discovery, meeting...’fund [Alt.], funda [Alt.], fundar [Alt.]

1furða (noun f.) ‘marvel...’ — [Alt.]

furðuligr (adj.)furðulega [Alt.]

fúsliga (adv.) ‘[eagerly]...’fúslega [Alt.]

fúss (adj.) [°compar. -ari, superl. -astr] ‘eager, willing...’fús [Alt.], fúsastur [Alt.]

2fylgja (verb) ‘follow, accompany...’fylg [Alt.], fylgdi [Alt.], fylgdu [Alt.], fylgir [Alt.], [Alt.]

fylgsni (noun n.) — [Alt.], fylgsnið [Alt.], fylgsnis [Alt.], fylgsnisins [Alt.], fylgsnum [Alt.]

1fylja (noun f.) [°-u] ‘°hoppeføl, ung hoppe...’fylju [Alt.]

fyrir (prep.) ‘for, before, because of...’ — [Alt.]

fyrirgefa (verb) ‘to forgive...’ — [Alt.]

fyrirlát (noun n.)fyrirláta [Alt.]

fyrnska (noun f.) ‘[old age]...’fyrnsku [Alt.]

fyrr (adv.) ‘before, sooner...’ — [Alt.], fyrst [Alt.]

2fyrri (adv.) ‘before, previously...’fyrra [Alt.], [Alt.]

fyrstr (num. ordinal) ‘first...’fyrstu [Alt.], fyrstur [Alt.]

færa (verb) ‘[bring]...’ — [Alt.], færir [Alt.], fært [Alt.]

fǫðurleifð (noun f.) ‘patrimony...’föðurleifð [Alt.]

fǫr (noun f.) ‘journey, fate; movement...’farar [Alt.], för [Alt.], förinni [Alt.], förum [Alt.]

fǫrunauti (noun m.)förunautar [Alt.]

gaddhjalt (noun n.) — [Alt.]

1gaddr (noun m.) ‘spike, anchor-fluke...’gaddurinn [Alt.]

1gagn (noun n.) ‘victory...’ — [Alt.], gagni [Alt.], gagns [Alt.]

gagnvart (prep.) — [Alt.]

galdr (noun m.) ‘chant, incantation...’galdra [Alt.], göldrum [Alt.]

galinn (adj.) ‘°1) fortryllet; 2) sindsyg; 3) voldsom...’galin [Alt.]

gamall (adj.) [°gamlan; compar. & superl. „ ellri adj.] ‘old...’eldri [Alt.], gamlan [Alt.]

gaman (noun n.) ‘joy, pleasure...’ — [Alt.]

1ganga (noun f.) ‘way...’göngu [Alt.]

2ganga (verb) [geng, gekk, gengu, genginn] ‘walk, go...’gakk [Alt.], [Alt.], gangandi [Alt.], gangast [Alt.], gangið [Alt.], gekk [Alt.], gengið [Alt.], gengin [Alt.], gengu [Alt.], gengur [Alt.]

gangr (noun m.) ‘going, walking; course; success...’ganga [Alt.], gangur [Alt.]

garðr (noun m.) ‘enclosure, yard...’garðar [Alt.]

garpr (noun m.) ‘champion...’garpar [Alt.]

gassi (noun m.) ‘°tåbe, tosse, ubesindig person, bulderba...’ — [Alt.]

gata (noun f.) ‘path, road...’götu [Alt.]

gaumr (noun m.)gaum [Alt.]

3 (verb)gáði [Alt.]

4 (verb) ‘to heed...’gáið [Alt.]

gefa (verb) ‘give...’gaf [Alt.], [Alt.], gefi [Alt.], gefið [Alt.], gefin [Alt.], gefist [Alt.], gefnir [Alt.], gefur [Alt.], gæfist [Alt.]

gegna (verb) ‘encounter, mean...’ — [Alt.], gegni [Alt.], gegnir [Alt.]

gegnum (prep.) ‘through...’ — [Alt.]

geil (noun f.) — [Alt.]

geipa (verb)geipað [Alt.]

Geirmundr (noun m.) ‘Geirmundr...’Geirmund [Alt.], Geirmundi [Alt.], Geirmundur [Alt.]

Geirþjófsfjǫrðr (noun m.)Geirþjófsfirði [Alt.], Geirþjófsfjörð [Alt.], Geirþjófsfjörður [Alt.]

gellir (noun m.) ‘howler...’gellis [Alt.]

gengi (noun n.) ‘support, following...’ — [Alt.]

1gera (verb) ‘do, make...’ger [Alt.], [Alt.], gerði [Alt.], gerðir [Alt.], gerðist [Alt.], gerðu [Alt.], Gerðust [Alt.], geri [Alt.], gerir [Alt.], gerist [Alt.], gerst [Alt.], gert [Alt.], gerum [Alt.]

gerningr (noun m.)gerninga [Alt.], gerningum [Alt.]

gersemi (noun f.) — [Alt.]

gerzkr (adj.) ‘°russisk/gårdisk, fra Rusland/Gårderige;...’gerskan [Alt.]

gestr (noun m.) ‘guest, stranger...’Gest [Alt.]

2Gestr (noun m.)Gest [Alt.], Gests [Alt.], Gestur [Alt.]

2geta (verb) ‘to beget, give birth to, mention, speak ...’gátu [Alt.], [Alt.], getið [Alt.], getum [Alt.], getur [Alt.]

2gifta (verb) ‘marry...’gift [Alt.]

3Gísli (noun m.) ‘Gísli...’Gísla [Alt.], [Alt.]

gjafavíxl (noun n.) — [Alt.]

gjald (noun n.) ‘payment, reward, return...’gjalda [Alt.]

1gjalda (verb) ‘pay, repay...’ — [Alt.]

gjalt (noun n.) ‘[pay]...’gjalti [Alt.]

gjarna (adv.) ‘readily...’ — [Alt.]

gjǫf (noun f.) ‘gift...’gjafir [Alt.], gjöf [Alt.], gjöfina [Alt.]

2glaðr (adj.) [°compar. -ari, superl. -astr] ‘cheerful, glad...’glaðastir [Alt.], glaður [Alt.]

gleði (noun f.) ‘joy...’ — [Alt.]

glit (noun n.) ‘°(om skinnende/farverig tråd indvævet i ...’ — [Alt.]

gluggr (noun m.) ‘storm...’glugg [Alt.]

glœpr (noun m.) ‘sin, misdeed...’glæp [Alt.]

gløggr (adj.) [°-van; compar. -(v)ari/-ri, superl. -(v)astr/-str] ‘clear...’glöggt [Alt.]

goð (noun n.) ‘(pagan) god...’ — [Alt.]

goði (noun m.) ‘chieftain-priest...’ — [Alt.]

goðorð (noun n.) — [Alt.]

golf (noun n.) ‘floor...’gólfið [Alt.]

góðr (adj.) ‘good...’best [Alt.], besta [Alt.], besti [Alt.], betra [Alt.], betri [Alt.], gott [Alt.], góð [Alt.], góða [Alt.], góðan [Alt.], góðar [Alt.], góðir [Alt.], góðra [Alt.], góðrar [Alt.], góður [Alt.]

gras (noun n.) ‘grass...’ — [Alt.]

gráfeldr (noun m.) ‘Grey-cloak...’gráfeldur [Alt.]

gránn (adj.) ‘grey...’grán [Alt.]

grár (adj.) [°gráan/grán] ‘grey...’grá [Alt.], grái [Alt.], grám [Alt.]

Grásíða (noun f.)Grásíðu [Alt.]

2gráta (verb) ‘weep...’ — [Alt.], grætur [Alt.]

grein (noun f.) ‘reason, period, branch...’ — [Alt.]

grenja (verb) ‘howl...’grenjandi [Alt.]

grettir (noun m.) [°-s] ‘Grettir...’ — [Alt.]

gripr (noun m.) ‘treasure...’gripanna [Alt.], gripina [Alt.], gripir [Alt.], gripirnir [Alt.], gripunum [Alt.]

grípa (verb) ‘seize, grasp...’gripi [Alt.]

grjót (noun n.) ‘rock, stone...’ — [Alt.], grjóti [Alt.]

1gruna (verb) ‘suspect...’grunar [Alt.]

grund (noun f.) ‘earth, land...’grundina [Alt.]

grunda (verb)grundar [Alt.]

grunsamligr (adj.)grunsamlegt [Alt.]

Grœnland (noun n.)Grænlandi [Alt.], Grænlands [Alt.]

grǫftr (noun m.) ‘[grave, mining]...’graftar [Alt.]

Guðríðr (noun f.)Guðríði [Alt.], Guðríður [Alt.]

gull (noun n.) ‘gold...’gulli [Alt.]

Gunnhildr (noun f.) ‘Gunnhildr...’Gunnhildi [Alt.], Gunnhildur [Alt.]

gyrða (verb) ‘gird...’gyrt [Alt.]

gyrðill (noun m.) ‘[girdle]...’gyrðilinn [Alt.]

gyrðr (adj.) ‘[encircled]...’gyrður [Alt.]

gæfumaðr (noun m.)gæfumaður [Alt.]

2gæta (verb) ‘look after, care for...’ — [Alt.]

gǫfugligr (adj.) ‘glorious...’göfuglegi [Alt.]

gǫngumaðr (noun m.)göngumaður [Alt.], göngumannanna [Alt.], göngumenn [Alt.], göngumennirnir [Alt.], göngumönnum [Alt.]

gǫngumannasveit (noun f.)göngumannasveit [Alt.]

gǫrla (adv.) ‘quite, fully...’gerla [Alt.], gjörla [Alt.]

gǫtva (verb)götva [Alt.]

haf (noun n.) [°-s; *-] ‘sea...’ — [Alt.], Hafið [Alt.]

hafa (verb) ‘have...’Haf [Alt.], [Alt.], hafast [Alt.], hafði [Alt.], hafðir [Alt.], Hafðu [Alt.], hafi [Alt.], hafir [Alt.], haft [Alt.], hef [Alt.], hefði [Alt.], hefðir [Alt.], hefðu [Alt.], hefðuð [Alt.], hefi [Alt.], hefir [Alt.], hefur [Alt.], höfðu [Alt.], höfum [Alt.]

2Hagi (noun m.)Haga [Alt.]

hagligr (adj.) ‘proper, convenient...’haglegra [Alt.]

1hagr (noun m.) [°-s; -ir] ‘situation, condition...’hagur [Alt.]

2hagr (adj.) [°compar. -ari, superl. -astr] ‘skilful...’hagastur [Alt.], hagur [Alt.]

hald (noun n.) [°-s; *-] ‘support...’haldið [Alt.]

halda (verb) ‘hold, keep...’ — [Alt.], haldinn [Alt.], haldnir [Alt.], heldur [Alt.], héldu [Alt.], hélt [Alt.]

halfa (noun f.) [°*-u; *-ur] ‘[part, twice]...’hálfu [Alt.]

halfhélufall (noun n.)hálfhélufall [Alt.]

halfr (adj.) ‘half...’hálfan [Alt.], hálft [Alt.]

hali (noun m.) [°-a; -ar] ‘tail...’hala [Alt.]

Hallbjǫrn (noun m.) ‘Hallbjǫrn...’Hallbjörn [Alt.]

halli (noun m.)hallinn [Alt.]

Hallsteinn (noun m.) — [Alt.]

Hallsteinsnes (noun n.)Hallsteinsnesi [Alt.]

Hallvarðr (noun m.) ‘Hallvard, Hallvarðr...’Hallvarð [Alt.], Hallvarði [Alt.]

halmr (noun m.) [°-s, dat. -i/-] ‘straw...’hálminn [Alt.]

hals (noun m.) [°hals, dat. -i; -ar] ‘neck...’háls [Alt.], hálsinn [Alt.]

haltr (adj.) ‘[short stick]...’haltan [Alt.]

1hamarr (noun m.) [°-s, dat. hamri; hamrar] ‘hammer, cliff...’hamar [Alt.], hamarinn [Alt.], Hamri [Alt.]

hamraklif (noun n.) — [Alt.]

hamraskarð (noun n.)hamraskarðið [Alt.]

handgenginn (adj.)handgengnir [Alt.]

hann (pron.) [°gen. hans, dat. honum; f. hon, gen. hennar, acc. hana] ‘he, she, it, they, them......’hana [Alt.], [Alt.], hans [Alt.], hennar [Alt.], henni [Alt.], honum [Alt.], hún [Alt.], það [Alt.], þau [Alt.], þá [Alt.], þeim [Alt.], Þeir [Alt.], þeirra [Alt.], þess [Alt.], því [Alt.], þær [Alt.]

happ (noun n.) [°-s; *-] ‘fortune, luck...’ — [Alt.]

Haraldr (noun m.) ‘Haraldr...’Haraldur [Alt.]

harðendi (noun n.) [°; -] ‘°hårdhændet fremfærd (mod ngn), voldsomh...’harðindum [Alt.]

harðr (adj.) [°comp. -ari; superl. -astr] ‘hard, harsh...’harðar [Alt.], harðara [Alt.], hart [Alt.]

harma (verb) ‘[mourns, lament]...’harmið [Alt.]

hattr (noun m.) [°dat. -i; -ar] ‘hat...’hatt [Alt.]

haugr (noun m.) [°-s, -i; -ar] ‘mound, cairn...’haug [Alt.], hauginn [Alt.], hauginum [Alt.], haugnum [Alt.], Haugs [Alt.], haugsins [Alt.]

haugsgerð (noun f.)haugsgerðar [Alt.]

Haukadalr (noun m.)Haukadal [Alt.], Haukadals [Alt.]

haukdœll (noun m.)Haukdæla [Alt.], Haukdæli [Alt.]

haust (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘autumn...’ — [Alt.], hausti [Alt.], haustið [Alt.], hausts [Alt.]

hausta (verb)haustaði [Alt.], haustar [Alt.]

3hár (adj.) [°-van; compar. hǽrri, superl. hǽstr] ‘high...’háva [Alt.]

hátta (verb) ‘construct...’háttað [Alt.]

1háttr (noun m.) [°-ar, dat. hætti; hættir, acc. háttu] ‘behaviour, measure, verse-form...’háttar [Alt.], háttum [Alt.], hætti [Alt.]

Hávarðr (noun m.) ‘Hávarðr...’Hávarð [Alt.], Hávarður [Alt.]

heðan (adv.) ‘hence, from this place...’héðan [Alt.]

hefða (verb)hefðust [Alt.]

hefja (verb) ‘lift, start...’hefjast [Alt.], hóf [Alt.]

hefna (verb) ‘avenge...’ — [Alt.], hefnt [Alt.]

hefti (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘°(på sværd, kniv, etc.) hæfte, håndtag...’ — [Alt.]

Heiðabœr (noun m.) ‘[Hedeby]...’Heiðabæ [Alt.]

heiði (noun f.) — [Alt.]

heiðviðri (noun n.) — [Alt.]

3heill (adj.) [°heilan; compar. heilli, superl. -astr/-str] ‘healthy, hale, hail...’heil [Alt.], heilastur [Alt.], heilir [Alt.], [Alt.], heilt [Alt.], heilum [Alt.]

2heilsa (verb)heilsaði [Alt.], heilsar [Alt.]

heim (adv.) ‘home, back...’ — [Alt.]

2heima (adv.) ‘at home...’ — [Alt.]

heimalið (noun n.) — [Alt.]

heiman (adv.) ‘from home...’ — [Alt.]

heimanfylgja (noun f.)heimanfylgju [Alt.]

heimboð (noun n.) ‘invitation, feast...’heimboði [Alt.]

heimili (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘[land, home]...’heimilis [Alt.]

heimskr (adj.) [°comp. -ari, superl. -astr] ‘foolish...’heimskari [Alt.]

heimskutal (noun n.) — [Alt.]

2heimta (verb) — [Alt.]

2heita (verb) ‘be called, promise...’ — [Alt.], heiti [Alt.], heitið [Alt.], heitir [Alt.], hét [Alt.], héti [Alt.], hétu [Alt.]

1hel (noun f.) [°-jar, dat. -ju] ‘death, Hel, hell...’ — [Alt.], Heljar [Alt.]

heldr (adv.) ‘rather...’heldur [Alt.], helst [Alt.]

Helga (noun f.) — [Alt.]

Helgafell (noun n.)Helgafelli [Alt.]

Helgi (noun m.) ‘Helgi...’Helga [Alt.], [Alt.]

1hella (noun f.) [°-u; -ur] ‘cave, slab...’helluna [Alt.], hellurnar [Alt.]

helskór (noun m.)helskó [Alt.], helskóna [Alt.]

henda (verb) ‘catch, seize...’hendir [Alt.]

herbúnaðr (noun m.)herbúnaði [Alt.]

2herða (verb) ‘strengthen...’ — [Alt.]

herðr (noun f.) [°-ar(Thom² 447¹³); -ar] ‘shoulder...’herðar [Alt.], herðum [Alt.]

1herma (verb) ‘[repeat]...’ — [Alt.], hermir [Alt.]

herr (noun m.) [°-s/-jar, dat. -; -jar, gen. -ja/herra] ‘army, host...’her [Alt.]

hestr (noun m.) [°-s, dat. -i; -ar] ‘horse, stallion...’Hest [Alt.], hesta [Alt.], hestana [Alt.], hestar [Alt.], hestarnir [Alt.], hesti [Alt.], hestinn [Alt.], hestum [Alt.]

hey (noun n.) [°-s, dat. heyvi/heyi/hey; -, gen. heyja] ‘hay...’heyja [Alt.]

heygja (verb) — [Alt.]

2heyra (verb) ‘hear...’ — [Alt.], heyrði [Alt.], heyrt [Alt.]

heyverk (noun n.) — [Alt.]

hér (adv.) ‘here...’ — [Alt.]

hingat (adv.) ‘(to) here...’hingað [Alt.]

hirða (verb) ‘hide, care for...’ — [Alt.], hirði [Alt.]

hitta (verb) ‘meet, encounter...’hitt [Alt.], [Alt.], hittast [Alt.], hittir [Alt.], hittu [Alt.], hittumst [Alt.], Hittust [Alt.]

hjal (noun n.) [°-s] ‘[talk, chatter]...’hjali [Alt.]

1hjalmr (noun m.) [°-s, dat. -i; -ar] ‘helmet...’hjálm [Alt.]

1hjalpa (verb) ‘help...’hjálpa [Alt.]

Hjarðarnes (noun n.)Hjarðarnesi [Alt.]

hjá (prep.) ‘beside, with...’ — [Alt.]

hjón (noun n.) [°; -] ‘one of the household, married couple, do...’ — [Alt.], hjónum [Alt.]

2hlaða (verb) ‘heap, pile...’ — [Alt.], hlaðið [Alt.], hlóð [Alt.]

hlaup (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘?fast-flowing, raid...’hlaupi [Alt.], hlaupum [Alt.]

hlaupa (verb) ‘leap, run...’ — [Alt.], hleypur [Alt.], hljóp [Alt.], hljópu [Alt.]

hleypa (verb) ‘impell, make run...’ — [Alt.]

1hlíð (noun f.) [°-ar; -ir] ‘slope...’hlíðin [Alt.]

hlífa (verb) ‘protect...’ — [Alt.], hlífir [Alt.]

hljóða (verb) ‘listen, sound...’hljóðast [Alt.]

hljóðr (adj.) [°compar. -ari, superl. -astr] ‘silent...’hljóður [Alt.], hljótt [Alt.]

hljóta (verb) ‘alot, gain...’hlaust [Alt.], hlaut [Alt.], hljótast [Alt.], hljótist [Alt.], hlotið [Alt.], hlýst [Alt.]

hluta (verb) ‘cast lots; select by lot; (-sk) turn out...’hlutist [Alt.]

hluti (noun m.) [°-a; -ar] ‘°(mærket genstand brugt til lodkastning/...’hlutar [Alt.], hlutinn [Alt.]

hlutr (noun m.) [°-ar, dat. -i/-; -ir, acc. -i/-u] ‘part, thing...’hlut [Alt.], hluti [Alt.], hlutina [Alt.], hlutum [Alt.], hlutur [Alt.], hluturinn [Alt.]

2hlýða (verb) ‘hear, listen; be able...’hlýddi [Alt.]

hlýðinn (adj.) [°superl. -astr] ‘[obedient one]...’ — [Alt.]

hlœgiligr (adj.)hlægilegt [Alt.]

hnakki (noun m.) [°-a] ‘neck...’hnakka [Alt.]

hnita (verb) ‘[crashed]...’hnitar [Alt.]

hníga (verb) ‘sink, fall...’hnigin [Alt.]

hnykkja (verb) ‘pull violently...’hnykkir [Alt.]

hol (noun n.) [°; -] ‘[hull, hollow]...’ — [Alt.]

holt (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘[forest, woods]...’Holti [Alt.]

1horfa (verb) — [Alt.], horfir [Alt.]

hógligr (adj.) ‘[easy, lithe]...’hóglegt [Alt.]

hóll (noun m.) [°dat. -/-i, -s; -ar] ‘°høj, bakke (sands. af jord)...’Hól [Alt.], Hóli [Alt.], Hólinum [Alt.], Hólum [Alt.], hólunum [Alt.]

hóta (verb)hóti [Alt.]

hreysti (noun f.) [°-] ‘valour, prowess...’ — [Alt.]

hreystimaðr (noun m.) ‘[courageous men]...’hreystimaður [Alt.]

1hrinda (verb) ‘launch, propell...’ — [Alt.]

hríð (noun f.) [°-ar; -ir] ‘time, storm...’ — [Alt.]

2hrífa (verb)hreif [Alt.]

hross (noun n.) [°; -] ‘horse...’ — [Alt.]

hrynjandi (noun f.) ‘°ringlende lyd, ringlen; (om digt)...’ — [Alt.]

1hræddr (adj.) ‘afraid...’hræddur [Alt.]

2hrœra (verb) ‘move...’hræra [Alt.], hrærast [Alt.]

hræzla (noun f.) [°-u] ‘fear, terror...’hræðslu [Alt.]

1hrøkkva (verb) ‘coil...’hrökktist [Alt.], [Alt.]

huglauss (adj.)huglausa [Alt.], huglausi [Alt.]

hugr (noun m.) ‘mind, thought, courage...’hug [Alt.], hugur [Alt.]

hugsa (verb) ‘consider...’hugsað [Alt.]

hundr (noun m.) [°-s, dat. -i; -ar] ‘hound, dog...’hundinum [Alt.]

hundrað (noun n.) [°-s; hundruð/-] ‘hundred...’ — [Alt.], hundruð [Alt.]

hurð (noun f.) [°-ar, dat. -u/-; -ir] ‘door...’ — [Alt.], hurðina [Alt.], hurðinni [Alt.], hurðu [Alt.], hurðum [Alt.]

húfa (noun f.) [°-u; -ur] ‘[cap]...’ — [Alt.], húfu [Alt.]

húm (noun n.) ‘sea-spray...’húminu [Alt.]

hús (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘house...’ — [Alt.], húsa [Alt.], húsi [Alt.], húsið [Alt.], húsin [Alt.], húsinu [Alt.], húss [Alt.], húsum [Alt.]

húsfreyja (noun f.) — [Alt.], húsfreyju [Alt.]

húskarl (noun m.) ‘retainer...’ — [Alt.], húskarla [Alt.], húskarlar [Alt.], húskarlarnir [Alt.]

hvaðan (adv.) ‘whence, from where...’ — [Alt.]

hvammr (noun m.) [°-s, dat. -i] ‘°lavning i landskabet, (lille) dal...’Hvammi [Alt.]

Hvammsfjǫrðr (noun m.)Hvammsfirði [Alt.]

hvar (adv.) ‘where...’ — [Alt.], hvor [Alt.], hvors [Alt.], Hvort [Alt.], hvorum [Alt.]

hvat (pron.) ‘what...’Hvað [Alt.]

hvata (verb) ‘incite, hasten...’hvatast [Alt.]

hvatliga (adv.) ‘[quickly]...’hvatlega [Alt.]

hvárgi (pron.) ‘neither...’hvorgi [Alt.], hvorigan [Alt.], hvorngi [Alt.]

hvárki (conj.) ‘neither...’hvorki [Alt.]

hvárrtveggi (pron.) ‘both...’hvorirtveggju [Alt.], hvortveggi [Alt.], hvortveggja [Alt.], hvorumtveggja [Alt.], hvorutveggja [Alt.]

hvárt (adv.) ‘whether...’hvort [Alt.]

hvelfa (verb)hvelfir [Alt.]

1hverfa (verb) ‘turn, disappear...’horfið [Alt.], [Alt.], hverfur [Alt.]

1hvergi (adv.) ‘nowhere...’ — [Alt.]

2hverr (pron.) ‘who, whom, each, every...’hvað [Alt.], hver [Alt.], hverja [Alt.], hverjir [Alt.], hverju [Alt.], hverjum [Alt.], hvern [Alt.], hvers [Alt.], Hvert [Alt.]

hversu (adv.) ‘how, however...’ — [Alt.]

1hvert (adv.) — [Alt.]

hvervetna (adv.) ‘everywhere...’ — [Alt.]

hvé (adv.) ‘how...’hve [Alt.]

hví (adv.) ‘why...’ — [Alt.]

1hvíla (noun f.) [°-u; -ur] ‘bed...’hvílu [Alt.]

2hvíla (verb) ‘rest...’hvíldi [Alt.], hvíldu [Alt.], hvílir [Alt.]

hvílugolf (noun n.)hvílugólfinu [Alt.]

Hvítá (noun f.) — [Alt.]

hvítr (adj.) [°-an; -ari, -astr] ‘white...’hvíta [Alt.]

2hyggja (verb) ‘think, consider...’hugði [Alt.], hugðu [Alt.], hygg [Alt.], hyggur [Alt.]

1hyrna (noun f.) [°-u] ‘[its bill]...’hyrnuna [Alt.]

2hœfa (verb) ‘hit, suit, befit...’hæfa [Alt.]

hœfi (noun n.) [°-s] ‘°mål, skydeskive; hvad der passer (for n...’hæfi [Alt.]

hœlir (noun m.)hælir [Alt.]

1hætta (noun f.) [°-u] ‘[danger]...’hættu [Alt.]

2hætta (verb) ‘risk...’hætt [Alt.], [Alt.], hættu [Alt.], hættum [Alt.]

hǫfðingi (noun m.) [°-ja; -jar] ‘chieftain...’höfðingja [Alt.], höfðingjar [Alt.], höfðingjum [Alt.]

hǫfgi (noun m.) [°-a] ‘drowsiness, slumber ...’höfgi [Alt.]

hǫfuð (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘head...’höfði [Alt.], höfuð [Alt.], höfuðið [Alt.], höfuðs [Alt.]

hǫfuðdúkr (noun m.)höfuðdúk [Alt.], höfuðdúkinn [Alt.]

hǫgg (noun n.) [°-s, dat. hǫggvi/hǫggi; -] ‘blow...’höggið [Alt.]

hǫggormr (noun m.)höggormur [Alt.]

hǫggva (verb) ‘to strike, put to death, cut, hew...’hjuggust [Alt.], höggur [Alt.], höggva [Alt.]

hǫnd (noun f.) [°handar, dat. hendi; hendr (hendir StatPáll³ 752¹²)] ‘hand...’handar [Alt.], hendi [Alt.], hendinni [Alt.], hendur [Alt.], hönd [Alt.], höndina [Alt.], höndum [Alt.]

Hǫrðaland (noun n.)Hörðalandi [Alt.]

3iðr (noun n.) [°; -] ‘womb, innards...’iðrin [Alt.]

1illa (adv.) ‘badly...’ — [Alt.], verst [Alt.]

illiliga (adv.)illilega [Alt.]

illr (adj.) ‘bad, evil, unwell...’ill [Alt.], illar [Alt.], illra [Alt.], ills [Alt.], illt [Alt.]

illviðri (noun n.) — [Alt.]

Ingjaldr (noun m.) ‘Ingjaldr...’Ingjald [Alt.], Ingjaldi [Alt.], Ingjalds [Alt.], Ingjaldur [Alt.]

1inn (adv.) ‘in, inside...’ — [Alt.]

2inn (art.) ‘the...’hið [Alt.], hin [Alt.], hina [Alt.], hinir [Alt.], hinn [Alt.], hins [Alt.], hinu [Alt.], hinum [Alt.], hitt [Alt.]

innan (prep.) ‘inside, within...’ — [Alt.]

innar (adv.) ‘further in, inside...’ — [Alt.]

2inni (adv.) ‘in, inside, indoors...’ — [Alt.]

innri (adj. comp.) [°superl. innstr/innstastr(DN III (1360) 254⁴)] ‘[deepest]...’innra [Alt.], innsta [Alt.]

í (prep.) ‘in, into...’ — [Alt.]

99í (adv.) ‘in, into...’ — [Alt.]

Ísland (noun n.) ‘[Iceland, ice-land]...’Íslandi [Alt.], Íslands [Alt.]

íþrótt (noun f.) ‘skill, accomplishment...’íþróttum [Alt.]

jafn (adj.) [°comp. -ari, superl. -astr] ‘even, just...’jöfnu [Alt.]

jafnan (adv.) ‘always...’ — [Alt.]

jafnilla (adv.) — [Alt.]

jafnliga (adv.)jafnlega [Alt.]

jafnræði (noun n.) — [Alt.]

jafnskjótr (adj.)jafnskjótt [Alt.]

jarða (verb) ‘bury, inter...’jarðaður [Alt.], jörðunni [Alt.]

jarðarmen (noun n.) — [Alt.], jarðarmenið [Alt.]

jarðfall (noun n.)jarðfallsins [Alt.]

jarðhús (noun n.) ‘earth-house...’ — [Alt.], jarðhúss [Alt.]

jarteign (noun f.) [°-ar; -ir] ‘miracle...’jartegna [Alt.], jartegnir [Alt.], jartegnum [Alt.]

jata (noun f.) [°*-u] ‘°krybbe...’jötu [Alt.]

3 (unclassified) ‘yes...’ — [Alt.]

járn (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘iron, weapon...’ — [Alt.]

1játa (verb) ‘agree...’játar [Alt.], játti [Alt.]

jǫrð (noun f.) [°jarðar, dat. -u; jarðir/jarðar(DN I (1367) 304Š)] ‘ground, earth...’jörð [Alt.], jörðin [Alt.], jörðu [Alt.]

kaldr (adj.) [°compar. -ari] ‘cold...’kalt [Alt.], köld [Alt.]

kalfi (noun m.) [°-a; -ar] ‘°læg, underben (ml. knæhase og hæl)...’kálfa [Alt.], kálfann [Alt.]

kalfsbelgr (noun m.)kálfsbelgur [Alt.]

kalla (verb) ‘call...’ — [Alt.], kallað [Alt.], kallaður [Alt.], kallar [Alt.], kölluð [Alt.]

kapp (noun n.) [°-s; *-] ‘strength, vigour, courage...’ — [Alt.]

karl (noun m.) [°-s, dat. -i; -ar] ‘(old) man...’karla [Alt.], karlar [Alt.], körlum [Alt.]

karlmannligr (adj.)karlmannlegar [Alt.], karlmannlegt [Alt.]

karlmennska (noun f.)karlmennsku [Alt.]

kast (noun n.) [°; *-] ‘wood pile...’ — [Alt.]

1kasta (verb) ‘throw...’ — [Alt.], kastaði [Alt.], kastar [Alt.]

kaup (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘reward, purchase...’ — [Alt.], kaupið [Alt.]

kaupa (verb) ‘buy...’ — [Alt.], kaupir [Alt.], keypti [Alt.], keyptum [Alt.]

kaupferð (noun f.)kaupferðum [Alt.]

kaupfǫr (noun f.) ‘[a trading voyage]...’kaupförum [Alt.]

kaupstaðr (noun m.)kaupstað [Alt.]

kápa (noun f.) [°-u; -ur] ‘[capes]...’kápu [Alt.], kápuna [Alt.]

kefli (noun n.) [°; -] ‘°mindre træstykke, kølle, rundstok; (om ...’ — [Alt.], keflið [Alt.]

kenna (verb) ‘know, teach...’ — [Alt.], kenndi [Alt.], kenni [Alt.], kennir [Alt.]

kerald (noun n.) [°-s; *-] ‘°beholder, kar, tønde, æske; stort træka...’keraldi [Alt.]

keyra (verb) ‘drive, whip, fling...’keyrir [Alt.]

kinnhestr (noun m.)kinnhest [Alt.]

2kippa (verb) ‘pull, snatch...’kippir [Alt.], kippist [Alt.], kippt [Alt.]

kjósa (verb) ‘choose...’kjós [Alt.], kýs [Alt.]

kleif (noun f.) [°; -ar] ‘cliff...’kleifarnar [Alt.], kleifina [Alt.]

Kleifar (noun f.)kleifunum [Alt.]

klettr (noun m.) ‘[crags, crag]...’klettunum [Alt.]

klifa (verb)klifar [Alt.]

klífa (verb) ‘climb...’klífur [Alt.]

kljúfa (verb) ‘cleave...’klýfur [Alt.]

klæða (verb) ‘clothe...’klæddir [Alt.], klæðir [Alt.]

klæði (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘clothes...’ — [Alt.], klæðin [Alt.], klæðum [Alt.], klæðunum [Alt.]

knattleikr (noun m.)knattleikinn [Alt.]

knatttré (noun n.)knatttréð [Alt.], knatttrénu [Alt.]

kné (noun n.) [°-s; -, gen. knjá] ‘knee, lap...’ — [Alt.]

knífr (noun m.) [°-s dat. -i; -ar] ‘knife...’kníf [Alt.]

knúi (noun m.) [°-a; -ar] ‘°kno...’knúarnir [Alt.]

knǫttr (noun m.) [°dat. knetti; acc. knǫttu] ‘°(stor) kugle; (i boldspil) bold; udvæks...’knöttinn [Alt.]

koma (verb) [kem, kom/kvam, kominn] ‘come...’kem [Alt.], Kemur [Alt.], kom [Alt.], [Alt.], komast [Alt.], komi [Alt.], komið [Alt.], komin [Alt.], kominn [Alt.], komist [Alt.], komnir [Alt.], komst [Alt.], komu [Alt.], komum [Alt.], kæmi [Alt.], kæmu [Alt.]

kona (noun f.) [°-u; -ur/-r(KlmA1980 116¹¹), gen. pl. kvenna/kvinna] ‘woman...’ — [Alt.], konan [Alt.], konu [Alt.], konum [Alt.], konurnar [Alt.], kvenna [Alt.], kvennanna [Alt.]

konungr (noun m.) [°dat. -i, -s; -ar] ‘king...’konunginn [Alt.]

1kostr (noun m.) [°-ar, dat. -i/-; -ir, acc. -i/-u] ‘choice, food, goods, good quality...’kost [Alt.], kosti [Alt.]

1kraftr (noun m.) [°-s, dat. -i/- ; -ar] ‘power...’kraft [Alt.]

krapadrífa (noun f.)krapadrífu [Alt.]

krefja (verb) ‘request...’ — [Alt.]

kristinn (adj.) [°superl. kristnastr] ‘Christian...’kristnum [Alt.]

kristni (noun f.) [°-/-s(Ágr 26¹²)] ‘Christianity...’ — [Alt.]

kufl (noun m.) [°dat. -i; -ar] ‘°munkekutte (med hætte), kappe; (om munk...’kufli [Alt.]

kunna (verb) ‘know, can, be able...’Kann [Alt.], [Alt.], Kunni [Alt.], kunnu [Alt.]

kvánga (verb) ‘(refl.) marry...’kvongaðir [Alt.], kvongaðist [Alt.]

kveða (verb) ‘say, recite...’kvað [Alt.], kváðust [Alt.], [Alt.], kveðast [Alt.], kveði [Alt.], kveðið [Alt.], kveðst [Alt.], kveður [Alt.]

1kveðja (noun f.) [°-u; -ur] ‘greeting...’kveðju [Alt.]

2kveðja (verb) ‘say, greet...’kvaddi [Alt.], kvöddu [Alt.]

2kveikja (verb) ‘kindle...’ — [Alt.]

kveld (noun n.) [°-s] ‘evening...’ — [Alt.], kveldi [Alt.], kveldið [Alt.]

2kvía (verb) — [Alt.]

1kyn (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘kin...’kyns [Alt.]

kyrr (adj.) ‘calm, quiet...’ — [Alt.], kyrrt [Alt.]

kyrtill (noun m.) [°dat. kyrtli; kyrtlar] ‘shirt...’kyrtlum [Alt.]

lag (noun n.) [°-s; *-] ‘layer; (pl.) law...’lagi [Alt.], lagið [Alt.]

land (noun n.) [°-s; *-] ‘land...’ — [Alt.], landi [Alt.], landið [Alt.], lands [Alt.]

landseti (noun m.)landseta [Alt.], [Alt.]

1landslag (noun n.)landslögum [Alt.]

Langanes (noun n.) — [Alt.]

langr (adj.) [°compar. lengri, superl. lengstr] ‘long...’langt [Alt.], lengra [Alt.], Löngu [Alt.]

3laun (noun n.) [°-; -] ‘rewards...’ — [Alt.], launa [Alt.], launin [Alt.]

launvíg (noun n.) — [Alt.]

lausafé (noun n.) ‘[loose chattel]...’ — [Alt.]

lauss (adj.) [°compar. lausari] ‘loose, free, without...’laust [Alt.]

lát (noun n.) [°; -] ‘death...’ — [Alt.]

láta (verb) ‘let, have sth done...’lát [Alt.], [Alt.], láti [Alt.], látið [Alt.], látir [Alt.], Láttu [Alt.], látum [Alt.], lést [Alt.], lét [Alt.], létir [Alt.], létu [Alt.], létust [Alt.], lætur [Alt.]

leggja (verb) ‘put, lay...’lagði [Alt.], lagðir [Alt.], lagður [Alt.], lagst [Alt.], lagt [Alt.], legði [Alt.], legg [Alt.], [Alt.], leggjast [Alt.], leggst [Alt.], leggur [Alt.]

leið (noun f.) [°-ar, dat. -u/-; -ir/-ar] ‘path, way...’ — [Alt.], leiðar [Alt.], leiðina [Alt.]

2leiða (verb) [-dd] ‘lead; (-sk) grow tired...’leiddi [Alt.], [Alt.], leiðir [Alt.]

2leiðrétta (verb)leiðréttu [Alt.]

3leika (verb) ‘play...’ — [Alt.], leikast [Alt.], leikum [Alt.], leikur [Alt.]

leiki (noun m.) [°; -ar] ‘play...’leikarnir [Alt.]

1leikr (noun m.) [°-s, dat. -/-i; -ar] ‘sport, play...’leik [Alt.], leikar [Alt.], leikinn [Alt.], leiksins [Alt.], leikunum [Alt.]

leita (verb) ‘seek, look for, attack...’ — [Alt.], leitar [Alt.], leitið [Alt.], leitum [Alt.]

leiti (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘mound, hill...’ — [Alt.]

1leka (verb)Lékust [Alt.]

lemja (verb) ‘beat, make lame...’lemjast [Alt.]

lengð (noun f.) [°-ar] ‘°(udstrækning i rum ɔ:) længde, længdemå...’lengd [Alt.]

lengi (adv.) ‘for a long time...’ — [Alt.], lengst [Alt.], lengur [Alt.]

2lengja (verb) ‘lengthen, make longer...’lengir [Alt.]

lengstum (adv.) — [Alt.]

letr (noun n.) [°letrs; letr] ‘[writing, record]...’letur [Alt.]

leyfa (verb) ‘permit; praise...’leyfi [Alt.]

leyfi (noun n.) [°-s] ‘[approval]...’leyfis [Alt.]

1leyna (verb) ‘hide, conceal...’leynast [Alt.], leynir [Alt.]

leyni (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘[a secret]...’ — [Alt.]

létta (verb) ‘to relieve, lighten...’Léttir [Alt.]

léttir (noun m.) [°-s] ‘[reliever]...’ — [Alt.]

léttr (adj.) [°compar. -ari, superl. -astr] ‘easy, light...’léttari [Alt.]

lið (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘retinue, troop...’ — [Alt.], liðs [Alt.]

liðsinna (verb)liðsinnaður [Alt.]

liðsmunr (noun m.)liðsmunar [Alt.]

liðveizla (noun f.)liðveislu [Alt.]

lifa (verb) ‘live...’ — [Alt.], lifðu [Alt.], lifir [Alt.]

liggja (verb) ‘lie...’ [Alt.], lágu [Alt.], legið [Alt.], [Alt.], liggur [Alt.]

limr (noun m.) [°-ar/-s, dat. -i/-; -ir acc. limu/limi] ‘[limb]...’limarnar [Alt.]

litklæði (noun n.)litklæðum [Alt.]

1líða (verb) ‘move, glide...’leið [Alt.], liðnir [Alt.], [Alt.], Líður [Alt.]

líf (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘life...’ — [Alt.]

1lík (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘body, shape...’ — [Alt.], líkið [Alt.], líkinu [Alt.]

3líka (verb)líkaði [Alt.], Líkar [Alt.]

líkblauðr (adj.)líkblauður [Alt.]

líkendi (noun n.) ‘likelihood...’líkindi [Alt.]

líkligr (adj.)líklegasta [Alt.], líklegt [Alt.]

líkr (adj.) ‘like...’líkur [Alt.]

línbrók (noun f.)línbrókum [Alt.]

líta (verb) ‘look, see; appear...’leit [Alt.], líst [Alt.], [Alt.], lítur [Alt.]

lítill (adj.) [°lítinn] ‘little...’litla [Alt.], litlu [Alt.], lítið [Alt.], [Alt.], Lítils [Alt.], minna [Alt.], minni [Alt.]

lítt (adv.) ‘a bit...’ — [Alt.]

2ljá (verb) ‘lend, grant...’léð [Alt.], léði [Alt.], [Alt.], ljær [Alt.]

ljós (noun n.) [°ljóss; -] ‘light...’ — [Alt.], ljósið [Alt.], ljóss [Alt.]

ljóss (adj.) [°compar. -ari, superl. -astr] ‘bright...’ljóst [Alt.]

2ljósta (verb) ‘strike...’lýstur [Alt.]

ljúga (verb) ‘lie...’ — [Alt.]

lofa (verb) ‘praise, permit...’ — [Alt.], lofaði [Alt.]

loft (noun n.) ‘air, sky...’lofti [Alt.]

logn (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘calm...’ — [Alt.], logni [Alt.]

1loka (noun f.) [°-u; -ur] ‘°lukkemekanisme, slå, skudrigel, klinke...’loku [Alt.], lokuna [Alt.], lokur [Alt.]

2loka (verb) — [Alt.]

lokrekkja (noun f.)lokrekkju [Alt.], lokrekkjuna [Alt.]

lokrekkjugolf (noun n.)lokrekkjugólfið [Alt.]

loks (adv.) ‘finally...’ — [Alt.]

losna (verb) ‘loosen...’ — [Alt.]

lurkr (noun m.) [°dat. -i; -ar] ‘°(tyk) kæp, kølle...’lurk [Alt.]

1lúka (verb) ‘end, close...’lauk [Alt.], lokið [Alt.], lukum [Alt.], [Alt.], lýkur [Alt.]

99lúka (noun f.)Lúku [Alt.]

1lúta (verb) ‘(strong)...’lýtur [Alt.]

lygi (noun f.) [°-; -ar/-ir(Hem544 43¹⁰n.)] ‘lie...’ — [Alt.]

1lykt (noun f.) ‘°lugt, duft...’lyktum [Alt.]

2lýsa (verb) ‘illuminate, show...’lýsti [Alt.]

lýsing (noun f.) [°-ar, dat. -u/-; -ar] ‘[daybreak]...’ — [Alt.]

læknir (noun m.) [°lǽknis, dat. & acc. lǽkni (dat. lǽknir(JBpC(2003)— 146¹⁰)); lǽknar] ‘doctor...’læknum [Alt.]

lœkr (noun m.) [°-jar, dat. -; -ir] ‘brook, stream...’lækjar [Alt.]

læmingi (noun m.) — [Alt.]

lær (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘thigh...’lærið [Alt.]

maðr (noun m.) ‘man, person...’maður [Alt.], maðurinn [Alt.], mann [Alt.], manna [Alt.], manni [Alt.], manninn [Alt.], manninum [Alt.], manns [Alt.], menn [Alt.], mennina [Alt.], mönnum [Alt.]

magn (noun n.) [°-s] ‘strength...’magni [Alt.]

makligr (adj.) ‘deserving...’maklegt [Alt.]

2manna (verb) — [Alt.]

mannamál (noun n.) — [Alt.]

mannamunr (noun m.)mannamun [Alt.]

mannareið (noun f.) — [Alt.]

manngjald (noun n.)manngjöld [Alt.]

mannhefnd (noun f.) — [Alt.]

mannhundr (noun m.)mannhundur [Alt.]

mannhætta (noun f.) — [Alt.]

mannskaði (noun m.)mannskaða [Alt.]

2mara (verb)mart [Alt.]

2margr (adj.) [°-an] ‘many...’fleira [Alt.], fleiri [Alt.], fleirum [Alt.], flest [Alt.], flestir [Alt.], marga [Alt.], margar [Alt.], margir [Alt.], margra [Alt.], margur [Alt.], mart [Alt.], mörg [Alt.], mörgum [Alt.]

mark (noun n.) [°-s; *-] ‘sign...’ — [Alt.]

matlauss (adj.)matlausir [Alt.]

matr (noun m.) [°-ar, dat. -i/-; -ir] ‘food...’mat [Alt.], matar [Alt.], matinn [Alt.], matur [Alt.], maturinn [Alt.]

mágr (noun m.) [°-s, dat. -i/-; -ar] ‘brother-, father-, or son-in-law...’mág [Alt.], mága [Alt.], mágar [Alt.], mági [Alt.], mágs [Alt.], mágum [Alt.], mágur [Alt.]

1mál (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘speech, matter...’ — [Alt.], máli [Alt.], málið [Alt.], málinu [Alt.], máls [Alt.], málum [Alt.]

málaefni (noun n.) — [Alt.], málaefnum [Alt.]

málalok (noun n.) — [Alt.]

málaspjót (noun n.) — [Alt.]

mánuðr (noun m.) [°-aðar; -aðir/-uðir] ‘month...’mánuð [Alt.], mánuði [Alt.]

með (prep.) ‘with...’ — [Alt.]

Meðaldalr (noun m.)Meðaldal [Alt.], Meðaldals [Alt.]

meðalfífla (noun f.)meðalfíflu [Alt.]

meðalfól (noun n.) — [Alt.]

meðalkafli (noun m.) ‘sword-hilt...’meðalkafla [Alt.]

meðan (conj.) ‘while...’ — [Alt.]

mega (verb) ‘may, might...’ [Alt.], mátti [Alt.], [Alt.], megi [Alt.], megum [Alt.], mætti [Alt.]

2megin (adv.) ‘(on the side)...’ — [Alt.]

meginland (noun n.)meginlands [Alt.]

meiðing (noun f.) [°-ar, dat. -u; -ar] ‘°mishandlig, beskadigelse, (tilføjet) le...’ — [Alt.]

mein (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘harm, injury...’ — [Alt.]

meiri (adj. comp.) [°meiran; superl. mestr] ‘more, most...’meir [Alt.], meira [Alt.], meirum [Alt.], mest [Alt.]

melr (noun m.) [°-s, dat. -; -ar] ‘°grusbanke, sandslette, sandskrænt; mare...’melinn [Alt.]

1merki (noun n.) [°-s: -] ‘banner, sign...’ — [Alt.]

merkja (verb) ‘mark, signify...’ — [Alt.]

1mið (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘°midte, det at være/ligge i midten; midt...’miðs [Alt.]

miða (verb) ‘[there is motion]...’ — [Alt.]

miðr (adj.) ‘middle, less, hardly...’miðjan [Alt.], miðju [Alt.], miðjum [Alt.]

mikill (adj.) [°mikinn] ‘great, large...’meira [Alt.], meiri [Alt.], mest [Alt.], mesta [Alt.], mesti [Alt.], mestu [Alt.], mestur [Alt.], mikið [Alt.], mikil [Alt.], [Alt.], mikilli [Alt.], mikils [Alt.], mikinn [Alt.], mikla [Alt.], miklir [Alt.], miklu [Alt.], miklum [Alt.]

milli (prep.) ‘between...’ — [Alt.], millum [Alt.]

minn (pron.) [°f. mín, n. mitt] ‘my...’ — [Alt.], minni [Alt.], mitt [Alt.], mín [Alt.], mína [Alt.], mínir [Alt.], míns [Alt.], mínum [Alt.]

1minna (verb) ‘remind, remember, recall...’ — [Alt.]

1minni (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘memory...’minnum [Alt.]

2missa (verb) ‘lose, lack...’misst [Alt.]

misseri (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘season...’ — [Alt.]

mjǫk (adv.) ‘very, much...’mjög [Alt.]

Molda (noun f.)moldu [Alt.]

1morð (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘killing, battle...’ — [Alt.]

morginn (noun m.) [°morgins, dat. morgni; morgnar] ‘morning...’morguninn [Alt.]

móðir (noun f.) ‘mother...’móður [Alt.]

móðr (adj.) ‘weary...’móðir [Alt.], móður [Alt.]

móðurbróðir (noun m.) ‘(maternal) uncle...’móðurbræður [Alt.]

1mót (noun n.) [°; -] ‘meeting...’móti [Alt.], móts [Alt.]

3mót (prep.) ‘against...’ — [Alt.]

móti (prep.) ‘against...’ — [Alt.]

mótsnúinn (adj./verb p.p.) — [Alt.]

1muna (verb) ‘remember...’muni [Alt.]

mundlaug (noun f.)munnlaugar [Alt.]

mundr (noun m.) [°-ar] ‘bride-price...’mund [Alt.]

munnr (noun m.) [°-s, dat. -i; -ar] ‘mouth...’munni [Alt.]

munr (noun m.) [°-ar/-s, dat. -/-i; -ir, acc. -i] ‘mind, pleasure...’mun [Alt.]

munu (verb) ‘will, must...’mun [Alt.], mundi [Alt.], mundir [Alt.], mundu [Alt.], muni [Alt.], munt [Alt.], muntu [Alt.], [Alt.], munuð [Alt.], munum [Alt.]

1mynda (verb) ‘shape...’ — [Alt.]

myrkfælinn (adj./verb p.p.) — [Alt.]

1myrkr (noun n.) [°myrkrs/myrks; -] ‘darkness...’myrkrinu [Alt.]

myrkva (verb) — [Alt.]

mœði (noun f.) [°-] ‘exhaustion...’mæði [Alt.]

1mæla (verb) ‘speak, say...’ — [Alt.], mælir [Alt.], mælist [Alt.], mælt [Alt.], mælti [Alt.], mæltu [Alt.]

mær (noun f.) [°meyjar, dat. meyju; meyjar] ‘maiden...’mey [Alt.], mærin [Alt.]

mœta (verb) ‘meet...’mæta [Alt.]

nadda (verb)naddar [Alt.]

nafn (noun n.) [°-s; *-] ‘name...’nafni [Alt.], nafns [Alt.]

nafni (noun m.) [°-a; -ar] ‘namesake...’ — [Alt.]

nasa (verb)nasar [Alt.]

2naut (noun n.) [°; -] ‘cattle...’nautin [Alt.]

nautr (noun m.) [°-s; -ar] ‘companion; treasure...’nauta [Alt.], nautum [Alt.]

1 (verb) ‘reach, get, manage...’ — [Alt.], nær [Alt.]

náfrændi (noun m.) — [Alt.], náfrændur [Alt.]

nágrenni (noun n.) — [Alt.]

náliga (adv.)nálega [Alt.]

nánd (noun f.) [°; -ir] ‘proximity...’ — [Alt.]

nátt (noun f.) [°náttar/nǽtr, dat. -/-u; nǽtr] ‘night...’náttina [Alt.]

náttarþel (noun n.)náttarþeli [Alt.]

neðan (adv.) ‘(from) below, beneath...’ — [Alt.]

neðri (adj. comp.) [°superl. neztr] ‘lower, lowest...’neðar [Alt.], neðra [Alt.]

nef (noun n.) [°-s; -, gen. -ja] ‘nose, beak...’ — [Alt.]

2nefna (verb) ‘mention, name, call...’nefnast [Alt.], nefnd [Alt.], nefndu [Alt.], nefndur [Alt.], nefni [Alt.], nefnir [Alt.]

Nefr (noun m.)nefs [Alt.]

1nema (verb) ‘to take...’nam [Alt.], nemur [Alt.]

2nema (conj.) ‘unless...’ — [Alt.]

nenna (verb) ‘strive, be inclined...’ — [Alt.]

nes (noun n.) [°-s; -, gen. -ja] ‘headland...’ — [Alt.], Nesjum [Alt.]

neyta (verb) ‘use, enjoy...’ — [Alt.]

(conj.) ‘nor...’ — [Alt.]

niðamyrkr (noun n.)niðamyrkur [Alt.]

3niðr (adv.) ‘down...’niður [Alt.]

níðingsverk (noun n.) — [Alt.]

níu (num. cardinal) ‘nine...’ — [Alt.]

njósn (noun f.) [°-ar; -ir] ‘°efterretning, budskab, bud, rygte, “nys...’njósnina [Alt.]

njósnarhelgi (noun m.)Njósnar-Helga [Alt.], Njósnar-Helgi [Alt.]

njóta (verb) ‘enjoy, use...’naut [Alt.], [Alt.], njótast [Alt.]

norðan (adv.) ‘from the north...’ — [Alt.]

2norðr (adv.) ‘north...’norður [Alt.]

Noregr (noun m.) ‘Norway...’Noreg [Alt.], Noregi [Alt.], Noregs [Alt.]

norrœnn (adj.) ‘[Norwegian]...’norrænir [Alt.], norrænn [Alt.]

nótt (noun f.) ‘night...’ — [Alt.], nóttina [Alt.], nóttum [Alt.], nætur [Alt.]

(adv.) ‘now...’ — [Alt.]

nyrðri (adj. comp.) [°superl. nyrztr] ‘farther north...’nyrðra [Alt.]

(adv.) — [Alt.]

nýkominn (adj./verb p.p.) — [Alt.]

nýr (adj.) [°nýjan; compar. nýrri, superl. nýjastr] ‘new...’nýja [Alt.]

nærri (adj. comp.) [°superl. nǽstr] ‘near, nearer, next...’nær [Alt.], næst [Alt.], næsta [Alt.], næstu [Alt.]

2nærri (adv.)næst [Alt.]

nøkkurr (pron.) ‘some, a certain...’nokkuð [Alt.], nokkur [Alt.], nokkura [Alt.], nokkurir [Alt.], nokkurn [Alt.], nokkurra [Alt.], nokkurs [Alt.], nokkuru [Alt.], nokkurum [Alt.]

nǫs (noun f.) [°; nasar/nasir] ‘nose, nostrils...’nösunum [Alt.]

Oddleifsson (noun m.) — [Alt.], Oddleifssonar [Alt.]

oddr (noun m.) [°-s, dat. -i; -ar] ‘point of weapon...’Oddur [Alt.]

ofan (adv.) ‘down...’ — [Alt.]

ofanverðr (adj.) ‘[at end]...’ofanverðum [Alt.]

ofláti (noun m.) ‘[show-off]...’ — [Alt.]

oftliga (adv.) ‘[often]...’oftlega [Alt.]

ofviðri (noun n.) — [Alt.]

3ok (conj.) ‘and, but; also...’og [Alt.]

okka (verb)okkað [Alt.]

okkarr (pron.) [°f. okkur; pl. okkrir] ‘our...’okkru [Alt.]

Ǫnundr (noun m.) ‘[Ǫnundar, Ǫnundr]...’Önund [Alt.], Önundar [Alt.], Önundur [Alt.]

opt (adv.) ‘often...’oft [Alt.], oftar [Alt.]

orð (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘word...’ — [Alt.], orða [Alt.], orðið [Alt.], orðs [Alt.], orðum [Alt.]

orðalag (noun n.) ‘[expression]...’ — [Alt.], orðalagi [Alt.]

Ǫrlygssonr (noun m.)Örlygsson [Alt.]

orri (noun m.) [°-a; -ar] ‘[blackcock, grouse]...’ — [Alt.]

Otradalr (noun m.)Otradal [Alt.]

oxi (noun m.) [°-a; yxn/øxn/oxar] ‘ox...’uxa [Alt.]

2óðr (adj.) [°compar. -ari, superl. -astr] ‘raging, furious...’óður [Alt.]

óeirðarmaðr (noun m.)óeirðarmenn [Alt.]

óeirinn (adj.) — [Alt.]

ófrár (adj.) — [Alt.]

ófǫr (noun f.) ‘[defeat]...’óför [Alt.]

óglaðr (adj.) ‘[unhappy]...’óglöð [Alt.]

ógleði (noun f.) — [Alt.]

ógna (verb)ógnar [Alt.]

ógreiðr (adj.)ógreitt [Alt.]

ógǫrla (adv.)Ógerla [Alt.]

óhœgja (verb)óhægjast [Alt.]

ójafn (adj.)ójafnt [Alt.]

Óláfr (noun m.) ‘Óláfr...’Ólafs [Alt.]

ólifaðr (adj./verb p.p.)ólifað [Alt.]

ólíkligr (adj.)ólíklega [Alt.]

ólíkr (adj.) ‘unlike...’ólíkt [Alt.]

ómegð (noun f.) — [Alt.]

ómældr (adj./verb p.p.) ‘[unmeasured]...’ómælt [Alt.]

3ór (prep.) ‘out of...’úr [Alt.]

óss (noun m.) [°-s, dat. -i; -ar] ‘estuary, mouth...’óssins [Alt.]

ósœmð (noun f.)ósæmd [Alt.]

óvarr (adj.) ‘unwary...’óvart [Alt.], óvörum [Alt.]

óvíðr (adj.)óvíður [Alt.]

penningr (noun m.) [°-s, dat. -i; -ar] ‘[penny, coin]...’peninginn [Alt.]

1prímsigna (verb)prímsignast [Alt.]

1púss (noun m.) [°dat. -i] ‘[[skin] pouches]...’púsi [Alt.]

rammliga (adv.)rammlega [Alt.]

rannsaka (verb)rannsakað [Alt.], rannsakið [Alt.]

Rannveig (noun f.) ‘Rannveig...’ — [Alt.], Rannveigu [Alt.]

rasa (verb) ‘rush, stumble...’ — [Alt.]

rauðr (adj.) [°compar. -ari] ‘red...’rauðu [Alt.]

raun (noun f.) [°-ar; -ir] ‘ordeal, proof, experience...’ — [Alt.]

raunar (adv.) — [Alt.]

rausa (verb)rausum [Alt.]

1raust (noun f.) [°-ar; -ir] ‘[voice]...’ — [Alt.]

ráð (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘advice, plan, control, power...’ — [Alt.], ráða [Alt.], ráði [Alt.], ráðs [Alt.], ráðum [Alt.]

ráða (verb) ‘advise, rule, interpret, decide...’ — [Alt.], ráðast [Alt.], réð [Alt.], réði [Alt.], réðist [Alt.], réðst [Alt.], ræð [Alt.], ræðst [Alt.], ræður [Alt.]

ráðahagr (noun m.) ‘state of life, marriage...’ráðahag [Alt.]

ráðandi (noun m.) [°-a; ráðendr] ‘ruler...’ — [Alt.]

ráðbani (noun m.) ‘[death-instigator]...’ — [Alt.]

ráðligr (adj.)ráðlegt [Alt.]

refill (noun m.) [°; reflar/reflir] ‘[wallhangings]...’refil [Alt.], refilinn [Alt.]

refr (noun m.) [°-s; -ar] ‘fox...’Ref [Alt.], Refur [Alt.]

2reiða (verb) ‘carry...’reiddist [Alt.], reiðir [Alt.]

2reiði (noun f.) [°-] ‘anger...’ — [Alt.]

2reiðr (adj.) ‘angry...’reið [Alt.], reiður [Alt.]

reip (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘rope...’reipi [Alt.], reipinu [Alt.]

2reka (verb) ‘drive, force...’rak [Alt.], [Alt.], rekið [Alt.], rekur [Alt.], ræki [Alt.]

1rekkja (noun f.) [°-u; -ur] ‘bed...’rekkju [Alt.], rekkjuna [Alt.], rekkjunnar [Alt.], rekkjunni [Alt.], rekkjur [Alt.]

2rekkja (verb) — [Alt.]

rekkjustokkr (noun m.)rekkjustokkinn [Alt.]

1renna (noun f.) [°-u] ‘[rush]...’Rennur [Alt.]

2renna (verb) ‘run (strong)...’ — [Alt.], rennur [Alt.], rynni [Alt.]

reyna (verb) ‘test, try, experience...’ — [Alt.], reyndi [Alt.], Reynt [Alt.], reynum [Alt.]

2rétt (adv.) ‘just, exactly, precisely...’ — [Alt.]

3réttr (adj.) [°compar. -ari, superl. -astr] ‘right, straight, direct...’rétt [Alt.]

2rista (verb) ‘carve...’ristu [Alt.]

1ríða (verb) ‘ride...’reið [Alt.], riði [Alt.], riðu [Alt.], [Alt.], ríður [Alt.]

rísa (verb) ‘rise, raise...’risnir [Alt.], rís [Alt.]

rísta (verb) ‘carve, raise...’rístur [Alt.]

rjóða (verb) ‘to redden...’ — [Alt.]

rjúpkeri (noun m.)rjúpkerar [Alt.]

roðna (verb) ‘redden...’roðnar [Alt.]

1 (noun f.) [°-ar] ‘[peace, rest]...’ — [Alt.]

1róa (noun f.) ‘°ro, stilhed...’ — [Alt.]

2róa (verb) ‘row...’reri [Alt.], reru [Alt.], [Alt.], róið [Alt.], róinn [Alt.], Róum [Alt.], rær [Alt.]

rómr (noun m.) [°dat. -] ‘voice, applause...’Róms [Alt.]

rúm (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘place...’rúms [Alt.]

rúnr (adj.) ‘skilled in runes...’rúnar [Alt.]

1rœða (noun f.) [°-u; -ur] ‘story, tale, speech...’ræðu [Alt.]

2rœða (verb) ‘utter, speak...’ræddi [Alt.], ræða [Alt.], ræðum [Alt.], rætt [Alt.]

2ræfr (noun n.) ‘roof...’ræfur [Alt.]

ræna (verb) ‘rob...’rændu [Alt.]

safn (noun n.) [°-s; gen. -a] ‘°indsamling (af får); samling, bunke...’safni [Alt.]

1saga (noun f.) [°*-u; *-ur] ‘story, saga...’sögu [Alt.], sögunni [Alt.]

saka (verb) ‘blame, be guilty...’ — [Alt.]

Sakasteinn (noun m.)Saka-Steinn [Alt.]

sakir (prep.) — [Alt.]

sakleysi (noun n.) — [Alt.]

sakna (verb) ‘miss, feel loss...’saknar [Alt.]

saman (adv.) ‘together...’ — [Alt.]

samneyti (noun n.) — [Alt.]

samningr (noun m.) [°-s, dat. -i; gen. -a] ‘°aftale, overenskomst, forlig...’samnings [Alt.]

samr (adj.) [°compar. -ari] ‘same...’sama [Alt.], samt [Alt.], sömu [Alt.]

2samþykki (noun n.) ‘concord...’ — [Alt.]

2samþykkja (verb)samþykkir [Alt.], samþykkjast [Alt.]

Sandaóss (noun m.) — [Alt.]

2sanna (verb) ‘prove...’ — [Alt.]

sannleikr (noun m.) ‘[truth]...’sannleikur [Alt.]

2sannr (adj.) [°-an; compar. -ari, superl. -astr] ‘true...’sannan [Alt.], satt [Alt.]

sannspár (adj.) — [Alt.]

sauma (verb) ‘sew...’saumuðu [Alt.]

1 (pron.) [°gen. þess, dat. þeim, acc. þann; f. sú, gen. þeirrar, acc. þá; n. þat, dat. því; pl. m. þeir, f. þǽ---] ‘that (one), those...’ — [Alt.], [Alt.], það [Alt.], þann [Alt.], þau [Alt.], þá [Alt.], þeim [Alt.], þeir [Alt.], þeirra [Alt.], Þeirrar [Alt.], þeirri [Alt.], Þess [Alt.], því [Alt.]

2sár (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘wound...’ — [Alt.], sára [Alt.], sárinu [Alt.], sárum [Alt.]

sárr (adj.) [°compar. -ari, superl. -astr] ‘sore, painful; wounded...’sár [Alt.], sárir [Alt.]

sátt (noun f.) [°-ar; -ir] ‘settlement...’ — [Alt.]

sáttr (adj.) [°compar. -ari, superl. -astr] ‘reconciled, at peace...’sáttir [Alt.]

sef (noun n.) [°; -] ‘[rush, Sef, mind]...’sefið [Alt.], sefinu [Alt.]

seftjǫrn (noun f.)seftjörninni [Alt.]

segja (verb) ‘say, tell...’sagði [Alt.], sagt [Alt.], seg [Alt.], segi [Alt.], segið [Alt.], segir [Alt.], [Alt.]

segl (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘sail...’seglið [Alt.]

3seið (noun n.) ‘°(udøvelse af) magi/trolddom, sejd...’ — [Alt.], seiðið [Alt.]

1seiðr (noun m.) [°-s/-ar, dat. -i/-] ‘spell, magic...’seiðurinn [Alt.]

seiðskratti (noun m.) — [Alt.]

seinka (verb)seinkar [Alt.]

seinn (adj.) [°seinan; compar. seinni, superl. seinstr/seinastr] ‘slow, late...’seint [Alt.]

sekð (noun f.) [°-ar; -ir] ‘guilt...’sekt [Alt.], sektinni [Alt.]

sekr (adj.) [°-jan/-an] ‘guilty...’seka [Alt.], sekan [Alt.], sekur [Alt.]

selabátr (noun m.)selabátinn [Alt.]

selagnúpr (noun m.)selagnúpur [Alt.]

4selja (verb) ‘hand over, sell, give...’seldi [Alt.], [Alt.], selur [Alt.]

sem (conj.) ‘as, which...’ — [Alt.]

2semja (verb) ‘befit...’ — [Alt.]

senda (verb) ‘send...’ — [Alt.], sendast [Alt.], sendi [Alt.], sendir [Alt.], sendur [Alt.]

sendifǫr (noun f.)sendiför [Alt.]

sending (noun f.) [°-ar dat -u/-; -ar] ‘°forsendelse, (værdig) gave; budskab, ær...’sendingar [Alt.]

1serkr (noun m.) [°-s, dat. -/-i; -ir] ‘shirt...’serk [Alt.]

setja (verb) ‘place, set, establish...’sest [Alt.], [Alt.], setjast [Alt.], sett [Alt.], settist [Alt.], settu [Alt.], setur [Alt.]

sex (num. cardinal) ‘six...’ — [Alt.]

sextán (num. cardinal) ‘sixteen...’ — [Alt.]

sextugr (adj.)sextug [Alt.], sextugan [Alt.]

sexæringr (noun m.)sexæring [Alt.]

sétti (num. ordinal) ‘[sixth]...’ — [Alt.]

siðr (noun m.) [°-ar, dat. -/-i; -ir, acc. -u] ‘faith, morals...’sið [Alt.], siður [Alt.]

siðvani (noun m.) — [Alt.]

2sigla (verb) ‘sail...’ — [Alt.], sigldu [Alt.], sigldum [Alt.], siglir [Alt.], siglt [Alt.]

Sigrhaddr (noun m.)Sigurhaddi [Alt.], Sigurhaddur [Alt.]

Sigurðr (noun m.) ‘Sigurðr...’Sigurði [Alt.], Sigurður [Alt.]

sik (pron.) [°gen. sín, dat. sér] ‘(refl. pron.)...’sér [Alt.], sig [Alt.], sín [Alt.]

sild (noun f.) [°;-ar] ‘herring...’síldir [Alt.]

silfr (noun n.) [°-s] ‘silver...’silfrið [Alt.], silfrinu [Alt.], silfur [Alt.], silfurs [Alt.]

silfrpenningr (noun m.)silfurpening [Alt.]

2sinn (noun n.) [°?dat. -] ‘time...’ — [Alt.], sinni [Alt.], sinnum [Alt.]

3sinn (pron.) [°f. sín, n. sitt] ‘(refl. poss. pron.)...’ — [Alt.], sinna [Alt.], sinnar [Alt.], sinni [Alt.], sitt [Alt.], sín [Alt.], sína [Alt.], sínar [Alt.], síns [Alt.], sínu [Alt.], sínum [Alt.]

sitja (verb) ‘sit...’sat [Alt.], sátu [Alt.], setið [Alt.], sit [Alt.], [Alt.], sitji [Alt.], situr [Alt.]

1síða (noun f.) [°-u; -ur] ‘side...’síðum [Alt.]

síðan (adv.) ‘later, then...’ — [Alt.]

síðarr (adv.) ‘later...’síðar [Alt.]

síðarri (adj. comp.) [°superl. síðarstr/síðastr/síztr]síðasta [Alt.], síðasti [Alt.]

1síðr (adj.) [°compar. -ari] ‘long, hanging...’síð [Alt.]

2síðr (adv.) ‘less, hardly...’síður [Alt.], síst [Alt.]

sjaldan (adv.) ‘seldom...’ — [Alt.]

sjalfr (adj.) ‘self...’sjálfan [Alt.], sjálfir [Alt.], sjálfur [Alt.]

sjaundi (num. ordinal) ‘[for seventh]...’sjöundi [Alt.]

1sjá (pron.) [°gen. þessa dat. þessum/þeima, acc. þenna; f. sjá/þessi; n. þetta, dat. þessu/þvísa; pl. þessir] ‘this...’ [Alt.], þenna [Alt.], þessa [Alt.], þessar [Alt.], þessi [Alt.], þessir [Alt.], þessu [Alt.], Þessum [Alt.], þetta [Alt.]

2sjá (verb) ‘see...’ [Alt.], [Alt.], séð [Alt.], sér [Alt.], [Alt.], sjáir [Alt.], sæi [Alt.]

sjór (noun m.) ‘sea...’sjár [Alt.], sjóvar [Alt.], sjóvarins [Alt.]

sjúkr (adj.) ‘ill, sick...’sjúkur [Alt.]

sjø (num. cardinal) — [Alt.]

skaðamaðr (noun m.)skaðamaður [Alt.]

skaði (noun m.) [°-a; -ar] ‘harm, damage...’ — [Alt.]

skammfótr (noun m.)skammfótur [Alt.]

skammr (adj.) ‘short...’skammt [Alt.], skemmstu [Alt.], skömmu [Alt.]

skammtr (noun m.) [°dat. -i] ‘°det som tilkommer ngn, udmåling, andel,...’Skammt [Alt.]

1skap (noun n.) [°-s; *-] ‘mind, fate...’ — [Alt.], skapi [Alt.]

skapamál (noun n.) — [Alt.]

skapraun (noun f.) — [Alt.]

skapt (noun m.) [°; *-] ‘°(Fr def. 5 “en af de Stænger hvormed Væ...’skafti [Alt.]

skarlatskyrtill (noun m.)skarlatskyrtli [Alt.]

skartsmaðr (noun m.)skartsmaður [Alt.]

skauti (noun m.) [°-a] ‘°knytte, bylt; (tør)klæde; ?skød, ?klæde...’skauta [Alt.]

skáli (noun m.) [°-a; -ar] ‘hall...’skála [Alt.], skálann [Alt.], skálanum [Alt.]

skefti (noun n.) [°-s] ‘[shafted]...’skeftið [Alt.]

2skeið (noun n.) [°; -] ‘race, course...’skeiðinu [Alt.]

skelfa (verb) ‘cause to shake...’ — [Alt.]

sker (noun n.) [°-s; -, gen. -ja] ‘skerry...’skerið [Alt.]

skera (verb) ‘cut...’skorið [Alt.], skorina [Alt.]

skikkjuskaut (noun n.) — [Alt.]

1skilja (verb) ‘separate, understand...’skildi [Alt.], skildu [Alt.], skilið [Alt.], skilist [Alt.], [Alt.], skiljast [Alt.], skiljumst [Alt.]

skip (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘ship...’ — [Alt.], skipi [Alt.], skipið [Alt.], skipin [Alt.], skipinu [Alt.], skips [Alt.], skipsins [Alt.], skipunum [Alt.]

1skipa (verb) ‘change, place...’ — [Alt.], skipað [Alt.], skipar [Alt.], skipast [Alt.]

skipta (verb) ‘share, divide, exchange...’skipt [Alt.], [Alt.], skiptast [Alt.], skipti [Alt.], skiptir [Alt.], skiptu [Alt.], skiptum [Alt.]

skipti (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘division, share, change...’ — [Alt.], skiptis [Alt.]

skjól (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘protection, shelter ...’ — [Alt.], skjóli [Alt.], skjóls [Alt.]

skjóta (verb) ‘shoot...’skaut [Alt.], [Alt.], skjótast [Alt.], skotið [Alt.], skýtur [Alt.]

2skjótr (adj.) ‘quick(ly)...’Skjót [Alt.], skjótari [Alt.], skjótastir [Alt.], skjótastur [Alt.], Skjótt [Alt.]

skjǫldr (noun m.) [°skjaldar/skildar, dat. skildi; skildir, acc. skjǫldu] ‘shield...’skildinum [Alt.], skjöld [Alt.]

2skora (verb) — [Alt.], skorar [Alt.]

2skorta (verb) ‘be short of, lack...’skorti [Alt.], skortir [Alt.]

skotfœri (noun n.)skotfæri [Alt.]

skógarmaðr (noun m.)skógarmönnum [Alt.]

skógr (noun m.) [°-ar/-s, dat. -i; -ar] ‘forest...’skóg [Alt.], skógana [Alt.], skógar [Alt.], skógarins [Alt.], skóginn [Alt.], skóginum [Alt.], skógum [Alt.], skógur [Alt.], skógurinn [Alt.]

skrautligr (adj.) ‘fine, splendid...’skrautlegt [Alt.]

skriða (noun f.) [°-u; -ur] ‘°lavine, sneskred, jordskred, stenskred;...’ — [Alt.]

Skuld (noun f.) [°-ar; -ir] ‘Skuld...’ — [Alt.]

skulu (verb) ‘shall, should, must...’skal [Alt.], skalt [Alt.], skaltu [Alt.], skuli [Alt.], [Alt.], skuluð [Alt.], skulum [Alt.], skyldi [Alt.], skyldir [Alt.], skyldu [Alt.]

Skutilsfjǫrðr (noun m.)Skutilsfirði [Alt.]

skúa (verb) — [Alt.], skúar [Alt.]

2skyldr (adj.) ‘obliged...’skyldur [Alt.], skylt [Alt.]

1skynda (verb)Skyndum [Alt.]

skyndiliga (adv.)skyndilega [Alt.]

skyndingr (noun m.) [°dat. -i] ‘°hast, fart...’skyndingi [Alt.]

skyrta (noun f.) [°-u; -ur] ‘shirt...’skyrtu [Alt.], skyrtunni [Alt.]

skýrr (adj.) ‘clear...’skýr [Alt.]

skǫmm (noun f.) [°skammar; skammir] ‘shame...’skömm [Alt.]

skǫr (noun f.) [°skarar; skarir] ‘hair, planking...’skarar [Alt.]

skǫrungskapr (noun m.)skörungskap [Alt.]

2slá (verb) ‘strike, cut...’slái [Alt.], slær [Alt.]

sleði (noun m.) [°-a: -ar] ‘°slæde; vogn, slæde på hjul...’sleðanum [Alt.]

1slíkr (noun m.)Slíkt [Alt.]

2slíkr (adj.) ‘such...’slíkan [Alt.], slíkar [Alt.], slíkir [Alt.], slíkt [Alt.], slíku [Alt.]

slíta (verb) ‘to tear...’slitið [Alt.], slíti [Alt.]

slóð (noun f.) [°-ar; -ir] ‘path, track...’slóðina [Alt.]

sløkkva (verb) ‘extinguish...’slökkvir [Alt.]

smalamaðr (noun m.)smalamann [Alt.]

smár (adj.) ‘small...’smá [Alt.]

smáþarmr (noun m.)smáþarma [Alt.]

smiðja (noun f.) [°-u; -ur] ‘[smithy]...’smiðju [Alt.]

smiðr (noun m.) [°-s, dat. -i/-; -ar/-ir, acc. -a/-i/-u] ‘smithy, something crafted...’smíðar [Alt.], smíði [Alt.]

smíða (verb) ‘craft...’smíðað [Alt.], smíðaði [Alt.], smíðuðu [Alt.]

smjúga (verb) ‘[pierced, creeping]...’smjúgir [Alt.]

2snara (verb) ‘turn (quickly)...’snarast [Alt.]

snemma (adv.) ‘early...’ — [Alt.]

snerrir (noun m.) — [Alt.]

1sneypa (noun f.) [°-u] ‘°skam, ydmygelse...’sneypu [Alt.]

snjólauss (adj.)snjólaust [Alt.]

snjór (noun m.) ‘snow...’snæ [Alt.], snær [Alt.]

Snorri (noun m.) ‘Snorri...’ — [Alt.]

snúa (verb) ‘turn...’sneri [Alt.], snú [Alt.], [Alt.], snúið [Alt.], snýr [Alt.]

snæfall (noun n.) — [Alt.]

sofa (verb) ‘sleep...’sefur [Alt.], [Alt.], sofi [Alt.], sofið [Alt.], svaf [Alt.], sváfu [Alt.]

sofna (verb) ‘sleep, fall asleep...’ — [Alt.], sofnað [Alt.], sofnar [Alt.]

sonr (noun m.) [°-ar, dat. syni; synir, acc. sonu, syni] ‘son...’son [Alt.], sonar [Alt.], sonum [Alt.], sonur [Alt.], syni [Alt.], synir [Alt.]

sóknarþing (noun n.) — [Alt.]

sómi (noun m.) [°-a] ‘honour...’sóma [Alt.]

spakr (adj.) ‘quiet, gentle, wise...’spaka [Alt.], spaki [Alt.]

1spara (verb) — [Alt.], sparað [Alt.], sparir [Alt.]

1spá (noun f.) [°-r; -r/-ir] ‘prophecy...’spár [Alt.]

2spá (verb)spáir [Alt.]

spámæli (noun n.) — [Alt.]

spánn (noun m.) [°spánar/spáns, dat. spǽni/spáni; spǽnir, acc. spánu/spǽni] ‘bit, chip...’spón [Alt.], spónunum [Alt.]

spilla (verb) ‘destroy...’ — [Alt.]

spjót (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘spear...’ — [Alt.]

spjótalag (noun n.)spjótalögum [Alt.]

spjóti (noun m.) [°-a] — [Alt.], spjótið [Alt.], spjótinu [Alt.]

spjótskaft (noun n.)spjótskafti [Alt.]

spor (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘track...’ — [Alt.]

1spretta (verb) ‘spurt, spring...’spratt [Alt.], sprettir [Alt.], sprettur [Alt.]

springa (verb) ‘burst, spring apart...’sprungið [Alt.], sprungu [Alt.]

spyrja (verb) [spurði] ‘ask; hear, find out...’spurði [Alt.], spurt [Alt.], spyr [Alt.], spyrð [Alt.], [Alt.], spyrjast [Alt.]

3staðfesta (verb) ‘confirm...’staðfestist [Alt.]

1staðr (noun m.) [°-ar/-s; -ir] ‘place...’stað [Alt.], staðar [Alt.], staði [Alt.], stöðum [Alt.]

stafa (verb)stafað [Alt.]

stafn (noun m.) [°dat. -i/-; -ar] ‘prow...’stafni [Alt.], stafninn [Alt.]

stafr (noun m.) [°-s, dat. -; -ir] ‘staff, post, stave, stick...’staf [Alt.], stafi [Alt.]

stand (noun n.) ‘°stand, position...’standi [Alt.]

standa (verb) ‘stand...’ — [Alt.], standast [Alt.], stendur [Alt.], stóð [Alt.], stóðu [Alt.], stóðust [Alt.], stöndum [Alt.]

2steðja (verb) ‘stop, place...’staddur [Alt.], stödd [Alt.]

2stefna (verb) ‘aim, summon...’ — [Alt.]

stefnudagr (noun m.)stefnudögum [Alt.]

steinn (noun m.) [°steins; steinar] ‘stone, colour...’stein [Alt.], steininn [Alt.], [Alt.]

sterkr (adj.) ‘strong...’sterkari [Alt.], sterkastur [Alt.]

steypa (verb) ‘throw down, cast off...’steypist [Alt.]

steypir (noun m.) [°-s] ‘overcomer, destroyer ...’ — [Alt.]

stinga (verb) ‘stab, poke...’stingur [Alt.]

stíga (verb) ‘step...’stigu [Alt.], [Alt.], stígur [Alt.]

stokkr (noun m.) [°-s, dat. -i; -ar, acc. -u(Landsl1154 158³¹)] ‘°træstamme, kævle, træblok, stykke træ; ...’stokk [Alt.], stokki [Alt.], stokkinum [Alt.]

stórilla (adv.) — [Alt.]

stórr (adj.) ‘large, great...’stórra [Alt.], stórum [Alt.]

2strá (verb) ‘[benches]...’stráð [Alt.]

stræti (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘street...’ — [Alt.]

strǫnd (noun f.) [°strandar, dat. -u/-; strandir/strendr] ‘beach, shore...’strandar [Alt.]

stund (noun f.) [°-ar, dat. -u/-; -ir] ‘time, hour...’ — [Alt.], stundu [Alt.]

stundum (adv.) ‘at times, sometimes...’ — [Alt.]

styrma (verb) — [Alt.]

stýrimaðr (noun m.) ‘steersman, skipper, captain...’stýrimaður [Alt.], stýrimönnum [Alt.]

1støkkva (verb) ‘(str.) leap, spring; scatter...’stökk [Alt.]

2suðr (adv.) ‘south, in the south...’suður [Alt.]

sumar (noun n.) [°-s; sumur/sumar] ‘summer...’ — [Alt.], sumarið [Alt.], sumarsins [Alt.], sumrum [Alt.]

sumarsdagr (noun m.)sumarsdag [Alt.]

2sumr (pron.) ‘some...’sumir [Alt.], sumt [Alt.]

sund (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘sound, strait; swimming...’ — [Alt.], sundið [Alt.], sundin [Alt.]

sundr (adv.) ‘(a)sunder...’sundur [Alt.]

sunnan (adv.) ‘(from the) south...’ — [Alt.]

Súrsson (noun m.) — [Alt.], Súrssonar [Alt.]

svara (verb) ‘answer...’ — [Alt.], svarar [Alt.]

Svartr (noun m.) ‘Svartr...’Svart [Alt.], Svartur [Alt.]

svá (adv.) ‘so, thus...’svo [Alt.]

svána (adv.)sona [Alt.]

svefn (noun m.) [°-s, dat. -i; -ar] ‘sleep...’ — [Alt.], svefni [Alt.]

svefnfǫr (noun f.)svefnfarar [Alt.]

svefnhús (noun n.) ‘[sleeping house]...’svefnhúsi [Alt.], svefnhússins [Alt.]

sveinbarn (noun n.) ‘male child...’ — [Alt.]

sveinn (noun m.) [°sveins; sveinar] ‘boy, servant, attendant...’sveinar [Alt.], Sveinarnir [Alt.], [Alt.], sveinninn [Alt.], sveinunum [Alt.]

2Sveinn (noun m.) ‘Sveinn...’Sveinarnir [Alt.], [Alt.], Sveinninn [Alt.]

2sveipa (verb)sveipar [Alt.]

sveit (noun f.) [°-ar; -ir] ‘host, company...’ — [Alt.]

svell (noun n.) [°; -] ‘ice...’svellinu [Alt.]

sverð (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘sword...’ — [Alt.], sverði [Alt.], sverðið [Alt.], sverðinu [Alt.]

1sverja (verb) ‘swear...’ — [Alt.], sverjast [Alt.]

svíkja (verb) ‘betray, deceive...’ — [Alt.]

svívirðing (noun f.) — [Alt.]

svǫðusár (noun n.)svöðusár [Alt.]

systir (noun f.) [°systur; systur] ‘sister...’ — [Alt.], systur [Alt.]

systkin (noun n.) [°; -] ‘brother(s) and sister(s), siblings...’systkinum [Alt.]

systrungr (noun m.) [°; -ar] ‘[cousin]...’systrungur [Alt.]

systursonr (noun m.) ‘nephew (lit. sister’s son)...’systursynir [Alt.]

sýn (noun f.) [°-ar; -ir] ‘sight...’ — [Alt.]

sýna (verb) ‘show, seem...’ — [Alt.], sýnast [Alt.], sýndist [Alt.], sýnið [Alt.], sýnir [Alt.], sýnist [Alt.], sýnt [Alt.]

sýnn (adj.) ‘visible...’sýnni [Alt.]

Sæból (noun n.) — [Alt.], Sæbóli [Alt.], Sæbóls [Alt.]

sœkja (verb) ‘seek, attack...’sótt [Alt.], sóttan [Alt.], sóttir [Alt.], sæk [Alt.], sækja [Alt.]

sœmð (noun f.) [°-ar; -ir] ‘honour...’sæmd [Alt.], sæmdum [Alt.]

sœra (verb)særðust [Alt.]

særa (verb) ‘wound...’ — [Alt.], særður [Alt.]

2sæti (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘seat...’ — [Alt.]

sœtr (adj.) ‘sweet...’sætir [Alt.]

sætt (noun f.) [°-ar; -ir] ‘settlement...’sættina [Alt.]

sætta (verb) ‘reconcile, settle...’sætti [Alt.], sættir [Alt.]

sǫðulklæði (noun n.)söðulklæði [Alt.]

1sǫðulreiði (noun m.)söðulreiða [Alt.]

2sǫðulreiði (noun n.)söðulreiði [Alt.]

sǫk (noun f.) [°sakar; sakar/sakir] ‘cause, offence...’sakir [Alt.], sök [Alt.], sökin [Alt.], sökina [Alt.]

sǫkóttr (adj.)sökótt [Alt.]

tak (noun n.) [°-s; *-] ‘°tag, greb, fastholden; udtagelse, udvæl...’ — [Alt.]

2taka (verb) ‘take...’ — [Alt.], takast [Alt.], takist [Alt.], Tek [Alt.], tekið [Alt.], tekin [Alt.], tekinn [Alt.], tekist [Alt.], tekur [Alt.], tók [Alt.], tóku [Alt.], tókust [Alt.], tæki [Alt.], tækist [Alt.], tækjum [Alt.], tökum [Alt.]

tal (noun n.) [°-s; *-] ‘talk, speech; number...’ — [Alt.], tali [Alt.]

3tala (verb) ‘speak, talk...’ — [Alt.], talast [Alt.], töluðu [Alt.]

talma (verb)tálmar [Alt.]

taska (noun f.) [°*-u; *-ur] ‘°taske, pose...’töskur [Alt.]

teinæringr (noun m.)teinæringi [Alt.]

telja (verb) ‘tell, count...’talið [Alt.], [Alt.], telji [Alt.]

tigr (noun m.) [°-ar/-s(DN II (1309) 80¹², etc.); -ir, acc. -u] ‘a ten of, a decade; a ten of, a decade...’tigir [Alt.], tigu [Alt.]

til (prep.) ‘to...’ — [Alt.]

2til (adv.) ‘to...’ — [Alt.]

tillag (noun n.) — [Alt.]

tíðendalauss (adj.)tíðindalaust [Alt.]

tíðendi (noun n.) [°; -] ‘news...’Tíðindi [Alt.]

tíðindi (noun n.)tíðinda [Alt.], [Alt.], tíðindin [Alt.], tíðindum [Alt.]

2tíðr (adj.) [°compar. tíðari, superl. tíðastr] ‘popular...’Títt [Alt.]

tími (noun m.) [°-a; -ar] ‘time...’tíma [Alt.]

tíu (num. cardinal) ‘ten...’ — [Alt.]

tíundi (num. ordinal)tíunda [Alt.]

tjalda (verb) ‘pitch a tent; hang with cloth...’ — [Alt.]

tjá (verb) ‘to put in order, prepare...’ — [Alt.], tjáir [Alt.]

tjǫrn (noun f.) [°tjarnar; tjarnir] ‘°lille sø, sump, ?mose; pøl, pyt; (for t...’tjörninni [Alt.]

tolf (num. cardinal) ‘twelve...’tólf [Alt.]

tolfti (num. ordinal) ‘twelfth...’tólfta [Alt.]

tortryggja (verb) — [Alt.]

traust (noun n.) [°-s/-] ‘support, protection...’trausti [Alt.], trausts [Alt.]

traustr (adj.) ‘trusty...’traust [Alt.]

treysta (verb) ‘trust, believe in...’treyst [Alt.], treystust [Alt.]

tré (noun n.) [°-s; tré/trjó, gen. trjá, dat. trjóm/trjám] ‘tree...’ — [Alt.], trénu [Alt.], trjám [Alt.]

troll (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘troll...’tröll [Alt.]

trú (noun f.) [°-ar] ‘faith, belief...’ — [Alt.]

2trúa (verb) ‘to believe (in)...’ — [Alt.], tryði [Alt.]

trúnaðr (noun m.) ‘[for a confidant]...’trúnað [Alt.]

tunglskin (noun n.) — [Alt.]

tuttugu (num. cardinal) ‘twenty...’ — [Alt.]

tún (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘homefield, enclosure...’ — [Alt.]

tveir (num. cardinal) ‘two...’tveggja [Alt.], tveim [Alt.], [Alt.], tvo [Alt.], tvær [Alt.], tvö [Alt.]

tvítugr (adj.)tvítugan [Alt.]

týna (verb) ‘lose, destroy...’týndist [Alt.]

týnir (noun m.) ‘destroyer...’ — [Alt.]

ugga (verb) ‘to fear, suspect...’uggir [Alt.]

1um (prep.) ‘about, around...’ — [Alt.]

umhverfum (prep.) ‘°omkring; (der) omkring, rundt omkring...’ — [Alt.]

una (verb) ‘be content, love...’ — [Alt.], undi [Alt.], uni [Alt.], unir [Alt.]

1und (noun f.) [°; -ir] ‘wound...’undinni [Alt.]

undan (adv.) ‘away, away from...’ — [Alt.]

undarligr (adj.) ‘wondrous, wonderful ...’undarlegast [Alt.], undarlegt [Alt.]

undir (prep.) ‘under...’ — [Alt.]

undra (verb) ‘be surprised, amazed...’undrast [Alt.]

ungr (adj.) ‘young...’ungir [Alt.], ungs [Alt.], ungur [Alt.], yngri [Alt.]

1unna (verb) ‘love...’ann [Alt.], unnust [Alt.]

upp (adv.) ‘up...’ — [Alt.]

uppi (adv.) ‘up, up in...’ — [Alt.]

út (adv.) ‘out(side)...’ — [Alt.]

útan (prep.) ‘outside, without...’utan [Alt.]

útanborðs (adv.) ‘[overboard]...’utanborðs [Alt.]

útanferð (noun f.)utanferðar [Alt.]

útey (noun f.)úteyjar [Alt.]

útfǫr (noun f.)útför [Alt.]

úti (adv.) ‘out, outdoors, out at sea, abroad...’ — [Alt.]

útidyrr (noun f.)útidyrum [Alt.]

útsuðr (noun n.)útsuður [Alt.]

útsynningsveðr (noun n.)útsynningsveður [Alt.]

vaða (verb) ‘advance, wade...’veður [Alt.]

vaðill (noun m.) [°-s, dat. -vaðli; vaðlar] ‘[ford]...’Vaðil [Alt.]

vaðmál (noun n.)vaðmála [Alt.]

vaðr (noun m.) [°dat. -; -ir] ‘fishing-line...’vaðnum [Alt.]

Vaðsteinaberg (noun n.) — [Alt.], Vaðsteinabergi [Alt.]

3vaka (verb) — [Alt.]

4vaka (verb) ‘awaken...’Vaki [Alt.]

vakna (verb) ‘wake, awake...’vaknaði [Alt.], vaknaður [Alt.], vaknar [Alt.]

valda (verb) ‘cause...’ — [Alt.], valdið [Alt.], veldur [Alt.]

vandi (noun m.) [°-a] ‘[difficulty]...’vanda [Alt.], [Alt.]

vandræði (noun n.)vandræðum [Alt.]

vanhyggja (noun f.) — [Alt.]

1vani (noun m.) [°-a; -ar] ‘[habit]...’ — [Alt.]

vanmenni (noun n.) — [Alt.]

2vanr (adj.) ‘lacking...’vanir [Alt.], vant [Alt.], vanur [Alt.], vön [Alt.]

1vara (noun f.) [°*-u] ‘°(I) (handels)varer/-artikler, gods, pro...’vöru [Alt.]

2vara (verb) ‘warn...’ — [Alt.], varast [Alt.], varði [Alt.], vörumst [Alt.]

1varða (noun f.) [°*-u; *-ur] ‘[bob, cairns]...’vörðu [Alt.], vörðuna [Alt.], vörðunnar [Alt.]

vargr (noun m.) [°dat. -i; -ar] ‘wolf...’vargur [Alt.]

vargshǫfuð (noun n.)vargshöfuð [Alt.]

varningr (noun m.) [°-s; dat. -i/-(DN IV (*1361›vid 1361) 327¹⁰)] ‘°(I) ejendele; (I) (handels)varer/-artik...’varning [Alt.], varningur [Alt.]

1varr (noun m.) ‘wake...’vör [Alt.]

2varr (adj.) ‘wary...’vart [Alt.]

vatn (noun n.) [°-s; -*] ‘water, lake...’vatni [Alt.], vötn [Alt.]

vaxa (verb) ‘grow, increase...’óx [Alt.], vaxandi [Alt.], vaxið [Alt.]

ván (noun f.) [°-ar, dat. -/-u; -ir] ‘hope, expectation...’von [Alt.], vonir [Alt.]

vándr (adj.) ‘wicked...’vond [Alt.]

vápn (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘weapon...’vopn [Alt.], vopnið [Alt.]

vápni (noun m.) [°-a]vopnum [Alt.]

3vár (noun n.) ‘spring...’vor [Alt.], vorið [Alt.]

vára (verb)voraði [Alt.]

várkunn (noun f.) ‘compassion...’vorkunn [Alt.]

várr (pron.) [°f. ór/vár; pl. órir/várir] ‘our...’okkra [Alt.], okkrum [Alt.], vor [Alt.], vort [Alt.]

várþing (noun n.)vorþings [Alt.]

vátta (verb) ‘affirm, attest...’votta [Alt.]

2veðr (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘weather, wind, storm...’veðrið [Alt.], veður [Alt.], veðurs [Alt.]

veðrdagr (noun m.)veðurdag [Alt.]

vefa (verb) ‘enfold, weave...’ofið [Alt.]

2vefja (verb) ‘wrap...’ — [Alt.]

1vega (verb) ‘strike, slay...’ — [Alt.], vegið [Alt.], veginn [Alt.], vegur [Alt.], [Alt.], vógu [Alt.]

1vegr (noun m.) [°-s/-ar, dat. -i/-; -ar/-ir, gen. -a/-na, acc. -a/-i/-u] ‘way, path, side...’veg [Alt.], vega [Alt.], vegur [Alt.]

veiðifǫr (noun f.)veiðiför [Alt.]

veiðr (noun f.) [°-ar/-i(HómÍsl⁹(1993) 10r³²), acc. -i; -ar/-ir(Eir557 65a‡)] ‘[fishing]...’veiður [Alt.]

2veita (verb) ‘grant, give...’ — [Alt.], veiti [Alt.], veitir [Alt.], veitt [Alt.], veitti [Alt.], Veittu [Alt.]

veizla (noun f.) [°-u; -ur] ‘[banquet]...’veislu [Alt.]

1vekja (verb) ‘awaken, rouse...’vekur [Alt.]

vel (adv.) ‘well, very...’best [Alt.], betur [Alt.], [Alt.]

velja (verb) ‘choose...’valið [Alt.]

1ver (noun n.) [°-s; dat. -jum/-um] ‘sea...’Verið [Alt.]

2vera (verb) ‘be, is, was, were, are, am...’er [Alt.], ert [Alt.], ertu [Alt.], eru [Alt.], eruð [Alt.], erum [Alt.], [Alt.], séu [Alt.], var [Alt.], varst [Alt.], [Alt.], verið [Alt.], Vertu [Alt.], Voru [Alt.], vorum [Alt.], væri [Alt.], væru [Alt.]

verð (noun n.) [°-s; dat. -um] ‘worth, price...’ — [Alt.], verðið [Alt.]

1verða (verb) ‘become, be...’orðið [Alt.], orðin [Alt.], orðinn [Alt.], urðu [Alt.], Varð [Alt.], verð [Alt.], [Alt.], verði [Alt.], verðum [Alt.], verður [Alt.], yrði [Alt.], yrðir [Alt.], yrðu [Alt.]

3verðr (adj.) ‘worth, worthy...’verð [Alt.], vert [Alt.]

3verja (verb) ‘defend...’ver [Alt.], verjast [Alt.], verjumst [Alt.]

verk (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘deed...’ — [Alt.], verka [Alt.], verki [Alt.], verkið [Alt.], verkinu [Alt.], verksins [Alt.]

verkfœri (noun n.)verkfæri [Alt.]

verknaðr (noun m.)verknaði [Alt.]

vermir (noun m.) ‘vermir...’ — [Alt.]

1verpa (verb) ‘to throw, cast (up)...’ — [Alt.]

verri (adj. comp.) ‘worse, worst...’verra [Alt.], [Alt.], verst [Alt.]

vestan (prep.) ‘from the west...’ — [Alt.]

Vestgeirr (noun m.)Vestgeiri [Alt.]

2vestr (adv.) ‘west, in the west...’vestur [Alt.]

vetr (noun m.) [°vetrar/vetrs(HómHauksb³ 173²³), dat. vetri; vetr] ‘winter...’vetra [Alt.], vetri [Alt.], vetur [Alt.], veturinn [Alt.]

vetrnátt (noun f.)veturnóttum [Alt.]

vetrnáttaskeið (noun n.)veturnáttaskeið [Alt.]

1vél (noun f.) [°-ar; -ar/-ir] ‘deceit, trick; device...’véla [Alt.]

Vésteinn (noun m.) ‘Vésteinn...’Véstein [Alt.], Vésteini [Alt.], [Alt.], Vésteins [Alt.]

Vésteinsson (noun m.) — [Alt.]

2við (prep.) ‘with, against...’ — [Alt.]

1viða (noun f.) [°-u; -ur] ‘°mast og/eller rå, forhøjning ved mast; ...’viðuna [Alt.]

1viðr (noun m.) [°-ar, dat. -i/-; -ir, acc. -u/-i] ‘wood, tree...’viðar [Alt.], viðinn [Alt.]

viðrtal (noun n.)viðurtal [Alt.]

viðskipti (noun n.)viðskiptis [Alt.]

1viðtaka (noun f.)viðtöku [Alt.]

2viðtaka (verb)viðtakna [Alt.]

vika (noun f.) [°-u; -ur] ‘week...’viku [Alt.]

vili (noun m.) [°-ja] ‘will, wish...’vilja [Alt.]

vilja (verb) ‘want, intend...’vil [Alt.], vildi [Alt.], vildir [Alt.], vildu [Alt.], [Alt.], vilji [Alt.], viljið [Alt.], viljum [Alt.], vill [Alt.], vilt [Alt.], viltu [Alt.]

vinaboð (noun n.) — [Alt.]

2vinda (verb) ‘wind, twist...’vindur [Alt.]

vinfengi (noun n.) ‘[friendships]...’ — [Alt.]

vingóðr (adj.)vingott [Alt.]

vingun (noun f.) [°-anar/-unar] ‘[friendship]...’vingan [Alt.]

1vinna (noun f.) [°-u; -ur] ‘achievement, deed...’ — [Alt.]

2vinna (verb) ‘perform, work...’unnið [Alt.], unnin [Alt.], vann [Alt.], [Alt.], vinnur [Alt.]

vinr (noun m.) [°-ar, dat. -/(-i OsvReyk 92.17); -ir] ‘friend...’vin [Alt.], vini [Alt.], vinir [Alt.], vinum [Alt.], vinur [Alt.]

vinsæll (adj.) ‘popular...’vinsælasti [Alt.]

virðing (noun f.) [°-ar] ‘honour...’ — [Alt.], virðingar [Alt.]

virðingarfǫr (noun f.)virðingarför [Alt.]

virðuligr (adj.) ‘[worthy]...’virðulega [Alt.]

visk (noun f.) ‘°visk...’ — [Alt.]

vist (noun f.) [°-ar; -ir] ‘abode, lodging, provisions...’ — [Alt.], vistar [Alt.], vistir [Alt.]

1vit (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘wisdom, wit; visit...’ — [Alt.]

1vita (verb) ‘know...’Veistu [Alt.], veit [Alt.], vissi [Alt.], vissu [Alt.], [Alt.], viti [Alt.], vitir [Alt.], vitum [Alt.]

viti (noun m.) [°-a; -ar] ‘beacon, marker...’vita [Alt.]

vitja (verb) ‘visit...’ — [Alt.]

vitlauss (adj.)vitlausa [Alt.], vitlaust [Alt.]

2vitni (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘witness...’ — [Alt.]

vitr (adj.) ‘wise...’vitur [Alt.]

vitta (verb) ‘[enchanted]...’vittu [Alt.]

1víða (adv.) ‘widely...’ — [Alt.]

víðr (adj.) ‘far...’víðara [Alt.]

víg (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘battle...’ — [Alt.]

vígi (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘manslaughter, killing...’ — [Alt.], vígið [Alt.]

víkverskr (adj.)víkverskir [Alt.]

1vísa (noun f.) [°-u; -ur] ‘verse...’ — [Alt.], vísu [Alt.], vísuna [Alt.], vísunni [Alt.], vísur [Alt.]

2vísa (verb) ‘show...’vísað [Alt.], vísaði [Alt.]

1vísir (noun m.) ‘[king, ruler]...’ — [Alt.]

1víss (adj.) ‘wise, certain(ly)...’vís [Alt.], víst [Alt.], vísu [Alt.]

vænn (adj.) ‘beautiful, expected...’væn [Alt.], vænna [Alt.]

2vænta (verb) ‘hope, expect...’vænst [Alt.], vænti [Alt.]

1vætt (noun f.) [°; -r/-ir] ‘[expecting, weight]...’vættir [Alt.]

vøkvi (noun m.) [°-a; -ar] ‘°væske, væde, fugtighed; kropsvæske, sek...’vökva [Alt.]

1vǫr (noun f.) [°varar; varir/varar] ‘landing-stage...’varir [Alt.], vör [Alt.]

vǫrn (noun f.) [°varnar; varnir] ‘defence...’vörn [Alt.]

vǫxtr (noun m.) [°vaxtar, dat. vexti; vextir, acc. vǫxtu] ‘[growth]...’vexti [Alt.]

yfir (prep.) ‘over...’ — [Alt.]

yfirgangr (noun m.)yfirgangur [Alt.]

yfirlit (noun n.)yfirlits [Alt.], yfirlitum [Alt.]

ynði (noun n.) [°-s] ‘pleasure...’yndi [Alt.]

ýmiss (adj.) ‘various, alternate...’ýmist [Alt.]

þ (noun n.) ‘°lyden/konsonanten og bogstavet þ...’Þið [Alt.]

þaðan (adv.) ‘from there...’ — [Alt.]

þagna (verb) ‘be silent...’þagnar [Alt.]

1þakka (verb) ‘thank...’þakkaði [Alt.], þakkar [Alt.]

þangat (adv.) ‘there, thither...’þangað [Alt.]

þangatkváma (noun f.)þangaðkomu [Alt.]

þannig (adv.) ‘thus, there, that way...’ — [Alt.]

þar (adv.) ‘there...’ — [Alt.]

þarna (adv.) — [Alt.]

2þá (adv.) ‘then...’Þau [Alt.], [Alt.]

þegar (adv.) ‘at once, then...’ — [Alt.]

1þegar (conj.) ‘as soon as, when...’ — [Alt.]

þegja (verb) ‘be silent...’þegir [Alt.]

3þekja (verb) ‘thatch, cover...’þakið [Alt.]

þekkr (adj.) ‘pleasing...’þekkur [Alt.]

þerridagr (noun m.)þerridag [Alt.]

þiggja (verb) ‘receive, get...’ — [Alt.], þiggur [Alt.]

þil (noun n.) [°-s] ‘[plank]...’þilið [Alt.], þilinu [Alt.]

þili (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘[boards]...’ — [Alt.]

1þilja (noun f.) [°-u; -ur] ‘planking, decking...’þiljur [Alt.]

þing (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘meeting, assembly...’þinginu [Alt.], þings [Alt.], þingsins [Alt.]

þinga (verb) ‘pronounce, pledge...’ — [Alt.]

þingmaðr (noun m.)þingmenn [Alt.]

þinn (pron.) [°f. þín, n. þitt] ‘your...’ — [Alt.], þinni [Alt.], þitt [Alt.], þín [Alt.], þína [Alt.], þínar [Alt.], þínu [Alt.], þínum [Alt.]

þjófr (noun m.) [°dat. -i/-; -ar] ‘thief...’þjófar [Alt.]

1þolinmœði (noun f.)þolinmæði [Alt.]

þora (verb) ‘dare...’ — [Alt.], þorði [Alt.], þorir [Alt.]

Þorgerðr (noun f.)Þorgerður [Alt.]

þorskabítr (noun m.)þorskabítur [Alt.]

þó (adv.) ‘though...’ — [Alt.]

Þóra (noun f.) ‘Þóra...’ — [Alt.]

Þórarinn (noun m.)Þórarin [Alt.], [Alt.]

Þórbjǫrn (noun m.) ‘Þórbjǫrn...’Þorbjörn [Alt.]

Þórdís (noun f.) — [Alt.], Þórdísar [Alt.], Þórdísi [Alt.]

Þórðr (noun m.) ‘Þórðr...’Þórð [Alt.], Þórðar [Alt.], Þórði [Alt.], Þórður [Alt.]

Þórgeirr (noun m.) ‘[Thorgeirr]...’Þorgeir [Alt.]

Þórgrímr (noun m.) ‘[Þorgrímr]...’Þorgrím [Alt.], Þorgrímar [Alt.], Þorgrími [Alt.], Þorgríms [Alt.], Þorgrímur [Alt.]

Þórhallr (noun m.)Þórhallur [Alt.]

Þórir (noun m.) ‘Þórir...’ — [Alt.]

Þórkell (noun m.) ‘[Þorkell]...’Þorkel [Alt.], Þorkeli [Alt.], Þorkell [Alt.], Þorkels [Alt.]

Þórketill (noun m.) ‘Þorkell, Þorketill ...’Þorkatli [Alt.]

Þóroddr (noun m.)Þórodd [Alt.], Þóroddur [Alt.]

Þórolfr (noun m.) ‘Þorolfr...’Þórólfs [Alt.]

1Þórsnes (noun n.) — [Alt.], Þórsnesi [Alt.]

Þórsteinn (noun m.) ‘Þorsteinn...’Þorstein [Alt.], Þorsteini [Alt.], Þorsteinn [Alt.], Þorsteins [Alt.]

Þórsteinssonr (noun m.)Þorsteinssynir [Alt.]

Þórunn (noun f.) — [Alt.], Þórunnar [Alt.]

Þórvarðr (noun m.)Þorvarður [Alt.]

þótt (conj.) ‘although...’ — [Alt.]

Þrándheimr (noun m.) ‘Trøndelag...’Þrándheim [Alt.]

2þrár (adj.) ‘defiant, tenacious...’þrá [Alt.]

þreifa (verb) ‘feel with hand...’þreifar [Alt.], þreifast [Alt.]

þreyta (verb) ‘prolong, strive...’þreyttir [Alt.]

þriði (num. ordinal) ‘third...’þriðja [Alt.]

þrífa (verb) ‘grab, grasp; thrive (refl.)...’þrífur [Alt.]

þrír (num. cardinal) ‘three...’þrem [Alt.], [Alt.], þrjá [Alt.], þrjár [Alt.], þrjú [Alt.]

þræll (noun m.) [°þrǽls, dat. þrǽli/þrǽl; þrǽlar] ‘slave, servant...’þrælinn [Alt.], þrælinum [Alt.], [Alt.], Þrællinn [Alt.], þrælnum [Alt.]

1þræta (noun f.) [°-u; -ur] ‘quarrel...’ — [Alt.], þrætunni [Alt.]

2þræta (verb) ‘argue...’þrættu [Alt.]

þrǫngr (adj.) ‘tight, pressed...’þröngt [Alt.]

þungr (adj.) ‘heavy...’þungar [Alt.], þungt [Alt.], þungur [Alt.]

2þurfa (verb) ‘need, be necessary...’þarf [Alt.], þarft [Alt.], [Alt.], Þurfið [Alt.], þurfir [Alt.], þurfti [Alt.], þurftum [Alt.], þurfum [Alt.], þyrfti [Alt.], þyrftir [Alt.], þyrftu [Alt.]

þú (pron.) [°gen. þín, dat. þér, acc. þik] ‘you...’yðra [Alt.], yðrir [Alt.], yður [Alt.], ykkur [Alt.], þér [Alt.], þið [Alt.], þig [Alt.], þín [Alt.], [Alt.]

1þvá (verb) ‘wash...’þvo [Alt.]

því (adv.) ‘therefore, because...’ — [Alt.]

þvílíkr (adj.) ‘such...’þvílíks [Alt.]

2þykkja (verb) ‘seem, think...’þótti [Alt.], þóttist [Alt.], þyki [Alt.], þykir [Alt.], þykist [Alt.], þykja [Alt.], þykjast [Alt.], þykjumst [Alt.], þætti [Alt.], þættist [Alt.]

þyss (noun m.) [°-] ‘[tumult]...’þys [Alt.]

þý (noun n.) — [Alt.]

þægr (adj.) ‘acceptable, delightful ...’þægir [Alt.]

þǫkk (noun f.) [°þakkar; þakkar/þakkir] ‘thanks...’þökk [Alt.]

2æ (adv.) ‘always, forever...’ — [Alt.]

æja (verb) — [Alt.]

ær (noun f.) [°dat./acc. á; ǽr/ár, gen. á] ‘°hunfår...’ — [Alt.]

œrinn (adj.) ‘ample, sufficient...’ærið [Alt.], ærna [Alt.]

ærligr (adj.) ‘honest, honourable ...’ærlegast [Alt.]

ætla (verb) ‘intend, mean, think...’ — [Alt.], ætlað [Alt.], ætlaði [Alt.], ætlar [Alt.], ætluðu [Alt.], ætluðum [Alt.]

ævi (noun f.) [°-/-ar] ‘life...’ — [Alt.]

ǫlóðr (adj.)ölóðir [Alt.]

ǫndvegissúla (noun f.)öndvegissúlur [Alt.]

ǫng (noun f.) [°; dat. -um] ‘°åndebesvær; knibe; ?...’öngar [Alt.]

ǫngr (adj.) ‘[cramped]...’öngan [Alt.]

1ørendi (noun n.) [°-s; -] ‘errand, news...’erindi [Alt.], erindum [Alt.]

ǫrk (noun f.) [°arkar/erkr; erkr] ‘[Ark, chest]...’örk [Alt.], örkinni [Alt.]

ørkuml (noun n.) — [Alt.]

ørvænn (adj.)örvænt [Alt.]

øx (noun f.) [°øxar/exar, dat. øxi/exi, acc. øxi/øx; -ar] ‘axe...’öxi [Alt.], öxinni [Alt.]

øxarhamarshǫgg (noun n.)öxarhamarshögg [Alt.]

ǫxl (noun f.) [°axlar, dat. -u; axlir] ‘shoulder...’öxl [Alt.]

unlemmatised words — Afauðið ([Alt.]); afgert ([Alt.]); aflameiri ([Alt.]); alblóðgu ([Alt.]); allmannfátt ([Alt.]); allvingott ([Alt.]); alsveitug ([Alt.]); Annmarkarstaði ([Alt.]); Annmarkastöðum ([Alt.]); Arnkelsbrekku ([Alt.]); Auðbjörgu ([Alt.]); Austmannafall ([Alt.]); Bandvettir ([Alt.]); berdreymastur ([Alt.]); Bersastöðum ([Alt.]); Bjartmarssonum ([Alt.]); Bjartmarssynir ([Alt.]); blóðgu ([Alt.]); bolexi ([Alt.]); braka ([Alt.]); brigsl ([Alt.]); bróðurbana ([Alt.]); bræðursynir ([Alt.]); byðu ([Alt.]); börð ([Alt.]); Dögurðardalur ([Alt.]); Einhamar ([Alt.]); einkisvert ([Alt.]); ernastur ([Alt.]); fáðar ([Alt.]); Flateyju ([Alt.]); Fossá ([Alt.]); Freysgoða ([Alt.]); friðböndunum ([Alt.]); frysi ([Alt.]); fullill ([Alt.]); föðursystur ([Alt.]); Gaman ([Alt.]); Gemludalsheiði ([Alt.]); gervastur ([Alt.]); getsakir ([Alt.]); geyr ([Alt.]); Glerárskógi ([Alt.]); glýr ([Alt.]); glögglegast ([Alt.]); grárendum ([Alt.]); Gráta ([Alt.]); gripina ([Alt.]); græntóinni ([Alt.]); Guðríði ([Alt.]); gulldálk ([Alt.]); Göngum ([Alt.]); hall ([Alt.]); Hallsteinsnes ([Alt.]); handteknar ([Alt.]); harmtíðindi ([Alt.]); Haukadalsós ([Alt.]); Haukdælir ([Alt.]); heiðbjart ([Alt.]); helskúana ([Alt.]); Hergilseyjar ([Alt.]); hjoggi ([Alt.]); hneit ([Alt.]); Holts ([Alt.]); Hugsað ([Alt.]); iðrunum ([Alt.]); Ingjaldsdóttur ([Alt.]); Ingjaldsfífli ([Alt.]); innarla ([Alt.]); innis ([Alt.]); jafnmjög ([Alt.]); kefli ([Alt.]); keypst ([Alt.]); klækisskapur ([Alt.]); kvenskratti ([Alt.]); kvenvælar ([Alt.]); Kvígandafelli ([Alt.]); kyrtlarnir ([Alt.]); Lambadal ([Alt.]); Laugabólshlíð ([Alt.]); léðir ([Alt.]); litaðir ([Alt.]); ljám ([Alt.]); lokrekkjuhurðin ([Alt.]); Lækjaróss ([Alt.]); mannakomur ([Alt.]); mannlestir ([Alt.]); málsemd ([Alt.]); mislíki ([Alt.]); Mosdals ([Alt.]); Mostrarskeggja ([Alt.]); Mosvöllu ([Alt.]); Mosvöllum ([Alt.]); munnlaugarnar ([Alt.]); Mýrunum ([Alt.]); naddar ([Alt.]); nautunum ([Alt.]); náttar ([Alt.]); Nefsstaði ([Alt.]); Nefsstöðum ([Alt.]); Nesgranatré ([Alt.]); nytir ([Alt.]); nýráðlega ([Alt.]); Orrastöðum ([Alt.]); óbrunnir ([Alt.]); Ólíkur ([Alt.]); ónýt ([Alt.]); ótryggðir ([Alt.]); óvært ([Alt.]); peningshlutinn ([Alt.]); ráðna ([Alt.]); rekki ([Alt.]); rekkjum ([Alt.]); réttstreymt ([Alt.]); ristur ([Alt.]); Saltnes ([Alt.]); Saman ([Alt.]); Sandaleið ([Alt.]); Sandaós ([Alt.]); sandmel ([Alt.]); seiðhjall ([Alt.]); sendast ([Alt.]); Skammfótarmýri ([Alt.]); Skegg-Bjálfi ([Alt.]); Skeljavík ([Alt.]); skerðan ([Alt.]); skógu ([Alt.]); Skutilsfjörð ([Alt.]); skutstafninum ([Alt.]); Skutulsfirði ([Alt.]); Sléttanes ([Alt.]); slægastur ([Alt.]); smíðirnar ([Alt.]); sníð ([Alt.]); spænirnir ([Alt.]); stigu ([Alt.]); Stykkiseyjar ([Alt.]); stöngunum ([Alt.]); sumarnótt ([Alt.]); Súrdælir ([Alt.]); Súrsdóttir ([Alt.]); Súrssonum ([Alt.]); Súrssynir ([Alt.]); Svarti ([Alt.]); svefnfarar ([Alt.]); sæmilegra ([Alt.]); Tálknafirði ([Alt.]); Teigsskóg ([Alt.]); tigulegra ([Alt.]); tírætt ([Alt.]); vaðmála ([Alt.]); vak ([Alt.]); Valseyrarþings ([Alt.]); vandgoldinn ([Alt.]); vanstafs ([Alt.]); Vatnfall ([Alt.]); velviljuð ([Alt.]); verkóði ([Alt.]); Vébjörgum ([Alt.]); Vésteinssynir ([Alt.]); vinveitt ([Alt.]); virktavin ([Alt.]); Þingeyrar ([Alt.]); þítt ([Alt.]); Þorgím ([Alt.]); Þorgrímar ([Alt.]); Þorkatlar ([Alt.]); Þorkötlum ([Alt.]); þorskabíts ([Alt.]); Þorsteinsdóttur ([Alt.]); þóftur ([Alt.]); Þórdísarstaði ([Alt.]); Þórsness ([Alt.]); þrættu ([Alt.]); Ærinn ([Alt.]); Öngar ([Alt.])

 

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