Showing 151 to 200 of 915 lexemes.

Lexeme Part of Speech Modern English Form Sense ON Etymon Summary Category PGmc Ancestor Other Scandinavian reflexes Occurrences  
sorʒe n. 'muck, filth' (1) saurgan (n.) 'pollution, defilement', cp. saurigr (adj.) 'filthy, dirty'; (2) cp. saurr (n.) 'mud, dirt' D2 (1) *saur-; (2) *surgō- (1) Far seyrur, Icel saur, Norw saur, ODan sør, OSw sör-, Sw dial sör Cl 75, 846; Pat 275 View
manslatir n. manslaughter 'murder' slátr 'butcher's meat, slaughter' C1 *slaxt- Far slátur, Icel slátur, Norw slåtr WA 4486 View
slaʒtir n. slaughter 'murder, deadly power, slaughter' slátr 'butcher's meat, slaughter' C1 *slaxt- Far slátur, Icel slátur, Norw slåtr WA 708, 3049, 4855 View
manslaʒt n. 'murderer' sláttr 'mowing, smiting' CCC2a *slaxt- Far sláttur, Icel sláttur, Norw slått, Dan slæt, Sw slåter, Sw dial slått WA 4498 View
nere adv., prep. near 'near, nearer, almost' nær 'near, nearer' CC3a *nēhwaz Far nær, Icel nær, Norw nær, Dan nær, Sw när Gaw 237, 322, 556, etc.; Pe *262, 286, 404; Cl 414, 1558, 1585; Pat 85, 169 View
nyʒter-tale n. 'night-time' náttarþel 'darkest part of the night' C4 *naxt- *þel WA 324 View
nente adj. ninth 'ninth' niundi 'ninth' C2c *newunðō- or *newunþō- Norw niande, Dan niende, Sw nionde Pe 1012 View
bayn adj., adv. bain 'obedient, willing; eagerly' beinn 'straight, direct; hospitable, helpful, accommodating' A1bc *baina- Far beinur, Icel beinn, Norw bein Gaw 1092, 2158; Pe 807; Cl 1511; Pat 136; Erk 181; WA 323 View
glode n. glode 'open space, patch (of sky)' sólar-glaðan ‘sunset’ DD1bc (1) *glaið- (2) Norw glott, Shetl gloderek, gloderet, glodere, glod(er); (3) Norw dial glada, Sw dial gladas, gla(d)na  Gaw 2181, 2266; Pe 79; Erk 75 View
insiʒt n. insight 'opinion' CCC4
 
Dan indsigt, Sw insikt Cl 1659 View
bost n. boast 'outcry, clamour' (1) cp. busilkinna ?’woman with round cheeks’ DD1 (1) *bus- (1) Norw bos(s), OSw bos Gaw 1448, Cl 179, 1450, 1712 View
forloteʒ v. 'overlook'
 
láta 'to put, place, suffer, grant; to leave off; to let, cause, make (etc.); cp. fyrir-láta 'let go, give up' A1*c *lētan- Far lata, láta, Icel láta, Norw låta, Dan lade, Sw låta Cl 101 View
warke n. wark 'pain' verkr 'pain, inflamation' CC2c *warki- Far verkur, Icel verkur, Norw verk, Dan værk, Sw värk WA 539, 2811 View
werkis v. 'pains' virkja 'feel pain' CC2c *warkjan- Far virkja, Norw dial virkja WA 531 View
loue n. loof 'palms, hands' lófi 'palm' C1c *lōfōn Far lógvi, Icel lófi, Norw love, ODan love, Dan love, Sw love Cl 987; Erk 349; WA 2067, 2569 View
saʒte adj., n. saught 'peace, at peace' sátt 'settlement, agreement, concord, peace', sætt 'reconciliation, agreement' B1c *saxtiz or *sanxtiz Far sætt, Icel sætt, Norw sætt Pe 52, 1201 View
paa n. 'peacock' , pái 'peacock', cp. also páfugl  CCC2c cp. Icel páfugl, Norw påfugl, Dan påfugl, Sw påfågel WA 4983 View
piked v. pick 'pick, crop; gather, get; adorn, polish' pikka 'to pick, prick' CCC1a *pīk- or *pik- Far pikka, Icel pikka, Norw pikka, Dan pikke, Sw picka Gaw 2017; Pe 573, 1036; Cl 1466; Pat 393 View
laykyng n. laking 'playing' leika ‘to play, perform, move, delude’ A1*c *laikan- Far, Icel, Norw leika, Dan leke, Sw leka Gaw 472 View
bene adj. bein 'pleasing, fair' beinn 'straight, direct; hospitable, helpful, accommodating' DD1c (1)*baina-; (3) *bōni- Far beinur, Icel beinn, Norw bein Gaw 2475; Pe 110; Pat 418 View
snape n. 'poor pasture' cp. snapa 'to sniff, snuffle' B2c *snapp- Icel snöp WA 1560 View
tite adv. tite, tit 'quickly, soon' tíðr (adj.) ‘frequent, usual, customary’ A3*c *tīða-  Far tíð, Icel tíð, tíður, Norw tid, Dan tid, Sw tid; Norw tidt, ODan tith, tidt, Dan tidt, tit, Norw tidt, OSw tit, Sw tidt Gaw 299, 1596; Pe 728; Cl 64, 901, 1099, etc.; Pat 100, 127, 229 etc.; WA 219, 3719, 2519, etc. View
rayse v. raise 'raise, bid rise, raise from death, waken; levy' reisa ‘to raise, erect, start’  A1*c *raisjan-  Far reisa, Icel reisa, Norw reisa, Dan rejse, Sw resa Gaw 821, 1916; Pe 305; WA 829*, 5174 View
helder adv. helder 'rather, more' heldr ‘more, rather; very; but, on the contrary; soonest, especially’ C1c *xalð-iz- Far heldur, Icel heldri, heldur, Norw helder, Dan heller(e), Sw heller, hellre Gaw 376, 430; WA 1016, 1140, 1633* etc. View
rudnyng n., v. 'redness, red glare' roðna (v.) 'redden' CCC3ac *rud- Far rodna, Icel roðna, Norw rodna, Sw rodna, Sw dial rudna Pat 139 View
nite v. 'refused'
 
níta 'deny, refuse' C1c *nī- WA 1460 View
bruxleʒ v. 'reproves' brigsla, brigzla 'upbraid, reproach, deride' C1c *bregđ- Far brigsla, Icel brigsla, Norw brigsla Pat 345; WA 4662 View
bone n. boon 'request, boon, command, bidding' bón ‘petition, request’ C1 *bōn-  Icel bón; cp. Far bøn, Icel bœn, Norw bøn, ODan bǿn, Dan bøn, OSw bǿn, Sw bön Gaw 327; Pe 912, 916, 1090; Cl 826; Pat 136; Erk 194 View
caryez v. carry 'rides, goes' keyra ‘to drive, ride, whip’ FC3 *kaurjan- or *kauzjan- Far koyra, Icel kayra, Norw køyra, Dan køre, Sw köra Gaw 734 View
rowste n. roust 'roar, voice' raust 'voice' A1c *raus- Far reyst, Icel raust, Norw raust, Dan røst, Sw röst WA 488 View
romys v. 'roars' cp. róma 'give assent by shouting, approve of', rómr (n.) 'voice, applause, response' DD1c cp. Icel róma; Far rómur, Icel rómur WA 612 View
sckerres n. scar 'rocks' sker 'skerry, isolated rock in the sea' A1abc *skarjan Far sker, Icel sker, Norw skjer, Dan skær, Sw skär WA 4865 View
clyntirand adj. 'rocky' klettr (n.) 'cliff (in the landscape), cliff-face, crag, bluff, escarpment' B2ab *klentaz WA 4863 View
walt v. walt 'rolled round; tossed, flung, cast, set' velta ‘to roll, roll over; turn out, happen’; velta ‘to roll, set rolling; (reflex.) turn oneself, rotate, descend’  CCC2c *waltjan- Icel velta, Norw velta, OSw vælta; Far velta, Icel velta, Norw velta, Dan vælte, Sw välta Gaw 1336; Pe 1156; Cl 501; Pat 115 View
knorned adj., v. knurned 'rough, craggy' BBB2a Sw dial knurr, knurra;  knorla  Gaw 2166 View
flonc v. flung 'rush, shoot' *flinga, cp. flengja 'to throw, fling' B1 *flenga- Norw flengja Pe 1165; WA 831*, 1218, 1348, etc. View
breyþed adv. 'rushed' bregða 'to move swiftly' C2c *bregðan- Far bregða, brigða, Icel bregða, Norw bregda, ODan bre(i)de, OSw breghþa Cl 1421 View
wapped v. wap 'rushed, blew (in gusts), flung' vappa ‘to waddle’  DD1c (1) *wap- (1) Far vappa, Icel vappa, Dan dial vappe, Sw dial vapp Gaw 1161, 2004; Cl 882; WA 2226 View
weʒtes n. weights 'scales, balance; weight' vǽtt, vétt 'weight' CCC2c *wextiz Icel vætt, Norw vætt Cl 1734; WA 5473 View
seke v. seek 'seek, proceed, move, attack, etc.' sœkja 'seek, visit, advance, catch' CC2 *sōkjan- Far søkja, Icel sækja, Norw søkja, Dan søge, Sw söka WA 154, 908, 924 etc.  View
þral n. thrall 'serf, slave, fellow' þrǽll 'thrall, slave' A3c *þranxilaz or *þraxilaz Cl 135; WA 4520 View
ladde n. 'serving man' D1c Dan askeladd, Norw oskeladd, tusseladd Cl 36; Pat 154; Erk 61; WA 772*, 1734, 2591 View
score n. 'sets of twenty' skor 'notch, incision, the number four hundred' A1c *skurō- Far skor, Icel skor, Norw skor, Sw dial skårr WA 1372, 3177, 4200 View
scho pron. she 'she' (1) sjá ‘this’  DD1c Gaw 969, 1259, 1550 etc.; Pe 758; WA 241, 257, 268 etc. View
skyfte v. skift 'shift, alternate, apportion, arrange' skifta, skipta ‘to divide; shift, change; exchange’  A1ac *skiptjan- or *skipatjan- Far skifta, Icel skipta, Norw skifta, ODan skiftæ, Dan skifte, OSw skipta, Sw skifta Gaw 19; Pe 569; Cl 709; WA 467, 4622, 5040 View
leme v. leam 'shine'  ljóma ‘to gleam, shine’ CC1c *leuxmōn Far ljóma, Icel ljóma, Norw ljoma, Sw dial ljömma Gaw 591, 1119, 1137, etc.; Cl 1273, 1486; WA 553 etc. View
blykned v. 'shine; fade' blikna 'to pale, turn sallow' CC1ac *blik- Cl 1467, 1759; WA 604 View
skrike n. skrike 'shouting, cry' skrækja (v.) 'screetch, skriek' A1 *skrīkjan- WA 4721, 5157 View
schrikis v. skrike 'shriek' skrækja 'screetch, skriek' BB2a *skrīkjan- Icel skrækja, Norw skrækja, Sw dial skräka WA 3866 View
sid-bordez n. sideboard 'side tables' borð 'board, plank, beam' CCC3 *bord- Far borð, Icel borð, Norw bord, Dan bord, Sw bord Gaw 115; Cl 1398 View
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