v. (pres. 3 sg.)
'grows angry' (Modern English anger)
Proposed ON Etymon (OIcel representative)
angra 'to distress, grieve, trouble (etc.)'
(ONP angra (vb.))
Other Scandinavian Reflexes
Far angra, Icel angra, Norw angra, ODan angre, Dan angre, OSw angra, Sw ångra
cp. ange (adj.) 'anxious, painful, distressing', enge (adj.)'narrow, anguished, oppressive'
Phonological and morphological markers
First attested in Orrm, and more common and widespread in ME from the 14c. and 15c. See also anger (n.).
Occurrences in the Gersum Corpus