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  
scautand adj., v. ? 'venomous, jutting out' cp. skjóta 'shoot, push, shove', skota 'shove', skúta 'jut out' DD1c ?*skeutan- WA 4200 View
gro adj., n. ?'angry, sorrowful; horror' (1) grár 'grey; spiteful, malicious' DD2 (1) *grēwa- (1) Far gráur, Icel grár, Norw grå, Dan grå, OSw grā, Sw grå WA 3228 View
claggid adj., v. ?'clogged, crammed' cp. kleggi 'horsefly'  CC2c ?*klaij- ODan klæg, Dan klæg  WA 5429 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
wald-eʒed adj. ?'having eyes of differing colours' (1) vald-eygðr ?'wall-eyed' D1c ?walþ- (1) Icel valdeygður WA 608 View
wawil-eʒid adj. ?'having eyes of differing colours'  vagl-eygr 'wall-eyed' D1c Icel vagleygur WA 1706 View
renyschly adv. ?'mysteriously, ?violently' hrjónn 'rough' DD1c ?*hrewwa-
 
Icel hrjón, Norw rjone, rjøne Cl 1724, WA 4931 View
trascheʒ n. trash ?'old shoes'
 
cp. tros 'droppings, rubbish' DD1 *trus- Norw dial trask; cp. Icel tros, Norw tros, ODan tros, Dan dial tros, Sw tross, Sw dial tråss Cl 40 View
trayþely adv. ?'pitilessly, violently'
 
tregða 'unwillingness, reluctance, difficulty' D1c ?*treg- Cl 907, 1137 View
strothe n. strothe ?'small wood' (1) storð ‘grass, green stalk’ D1bc (1) *sturðō; (2) *strōð- (1) Icel storð, OSw storþahug Gaw 1710; Pe 115 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
nekard n. ?niggard ?'weakling, mean person' cp. hnøggr (adj.) DD2 ?*xnaww- Far nøggur, Icel hnøggur, Norw nøgg, Dan nygger, Sw njugg, Sw dial nagg, nägg WA 1742 View
runisch adj. runish ?‘rough, violent’ (1) hrjónn 'rough'; (3) hrynja ‘to fall to ruin, tumble down; (metaph.) to stream, float (of garments); to stream, pour down (of fluids)’ DD1c (1) ?*hrewwa-; (2) *rūnō; (3)  *xreun- (1) Icel hrjón, Norw rjone, rjøne; (3) Icel hrynja, Norw rynja, OSw rynja, Sw dial ryni Gaw 457, Cl 1545, Erk 52 View
fyskez v. fisk ?‘scampers’  (2a) fýsa ‘to exhort’ (2b) fýsask ‘to wish’ D1 (2) *funsa- (1) Norw dial fjaska, Sw dial fjäska, fjaska; (2) Far fýsa, Icel fýsa, Norw fŷsa, Dan fyse Gaw 1704 View
sleghtly adv. cp. slægð (n.) ‘slyness, cunning’ C1c *slōg- WA 2057, 2870 View
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