Showing 901 to 915 of 915 lexemes.

Lexeme Part of Speech Modern English Form Sense ON Etymon Summary Category PGmc Ancestor Other Scandinavian reflexes Occurrences  
sene adj., v. ‘visible, plain, clear; seen’ sýnn ‘visible, clear, evident; sightly’ CCC1a *segwni- or *sexwan- Icel sýnn, sýn, Norw syn, OSw syn Gaw 148, 197, 239, etc.; Pe 164, 194, 787, etc.; Cl 1169; Erk 100; WA 62, 1551 View
saʒtle v. 'made peace, reconciled; settle, come to rest' sátt (n.) 'settlement, agreement, concord, peace', sætt (n.) 'reconciliation, agreement'; sætta 'to reconcile, make peace' B1c *saxt- or *sanxt- Far sætt, Icel sætt, Norw sætt; Icel sætta, ODan sætæ, OSw sätta Cl 230, 445, 1139; Pat 232, 529 View
forgarte v. ‘forfeited, ruined, made corruptible’ gǫrr (neut. gǫr-t), pp. of gera, gør(v)a 'to make, do' A1*c *garwa- Far ger-, Icel ger, ODan gør, Dan gør-, OSw gor, gör; Pe 321; Cl 240 View
haʒer adj. ‘skilful, well-wrought, fit, ready’ hagr ‘handy, skilful’  A2*c *xag-az Far hagur, Icel hagur, Norw hag, ODan hag, OSw hagher Gaw 352, 1738 View
blunt v. ?'stopped'
 
(1) blunda 'to have one's eyes shut, doze' DD2 (2) *linnan- (1) Far blunda, Icel blunda, Norw blund(r)a, ODan blunde, Dan blunde, OSw blund(r)a Pat 272 View
hete v. 'to promise, assure' heita ‘to call, name, promise’ CCC2 *haitan- Far heita, Icel heita, Norw heita, runic Dan haite, haitika, Dan hede, hedde, runic Sw ha[i]teka, Sw heta, hetta
 
Gaw 2121; Pe 402; Cl 1346 View
cayser n. 'emperor, ruler' keisari 'emperor' C2 *kaisar- Far keisari, Icel keisari, Norw keisar, Dan kejser, Sw kejsare Cl 1322, 1374, 1593; Erk 199 View
connyng n. 'understanding, arts' kunnandi 'knowledge' CCC3 *kunnan- Cl 1611, 1625 View
gayn v. ‘to profit, be of use; suit' gegna ‘to meet, pay, discharge, be fitting, signify’ A1* *gagnjan- Far gegna, Icel gegna, Norw gjegna, Dan gjenne, Sw dial gena Gaw 584, 1829; Pe 343; Cl 1608; Pat 164, 348; WA 181, 2746 View
blykned v. 'shine; fade' blikna 'to pale, turn sallow' CC1ac *blik- Cl 1467, 1759; WA 604 View
vnhaspe v. 'disclose' cp. hespa (n.) ‘wisp or skein of wool; hasp, fastening’ CCC2c *xasp- Cl 688 View
scelt v. ?'hasten; break out, begin; raise, mock, revile' cp. skella 'make to slam, clash; strike; scold; burst (out)' D1c *skaljan- or *skellan- cp. Far skella, Icel skella, Norw skjella, Dan skjede, Sw skälla Cl 827, 1186, 1206 etc.; ; Erk 278 View
toriuen v. ‘tear asunder, shatter, break up’ rífa ‘to tear, rend’ B2a *rīfan- Far ríva, Icel rífa, Norw riva, Dan rive, Sw riva Pe 1197; Cl 964; Pat 379 View
trayþely adv. ?'pitilessly, violently'
 
tregða 'unwillingness, reluctance, difficulty' D1c ?*treg- Cl 907, 1137 View
skylly adj., n. 'wise, skilful; excuse, pretext' Cl 62, 529 View
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