undarn ‘breakfast’: Lit. ‘time in between’ (cf. OE undern, OS undorn ‘morning’, OHG untarn ‘midday’; AEW: undorn). A certain time in the morning (probably 9 o’clock), and hence the meal taken at that time. The word is not common (see LP: undurn; Fritzner: undorn), and the readings of C and 744ˣ (B) suggest that the term was unfamiliar to some scribes. See also Vsp 6/9 (NK 2) undorn oc aptan ‘morning and evening’.