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Zoëga's A Concise Dictionary of Old Icelandic


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-hugi, -hugr, m. love, affection;
-hygli, f. devotion;
-ilmr, m. sweetness of love ;
-kveja, f. hearty greeting;
-kveikja, f. kindler of love;
-lauss, a. loveless;
-leysi, n. absence of love;
-logi, m. flame of love;
-mark, n. token of love;
-or, n. pl. words of love (mla -orum til e-s);
-reii, f. anger from love
-samband, n. band of love;
-sigr, m. victory of love;
-sningr, m. love feast;
-stleigr, m. sweetness of love;
-vrkunn, f. compassion;
-verk, n. act of charity;
-vl, f. artifice of love (bk -vla, Ars amandi);
-jnusta, f. service of love;
-okki, m. love, affection;
-i, n. fury of love.
st-blindr, a. blind from love
-bundinn, pp. in bonds of love, deeply enamoured.
-stemma, f. damming up of a river.
st-fenginn, pp. (1) love-exciting (-fenginn drykkr) ; (2) bound in love (-fenginn vi Maru) ;
-flginn, pp. beloved, dear to one (e-m) ;
-fstr, n. loving fosterage (leggja -fstr vi e-n ; fa e-n upp -fstri) ;
-gjf, f. gift of love, grace ;
-goi, or -gi, m. darling;
-hollr, a. affectionate (e-m) ;
-hugar, a. dearly loving, affectionate;
-hugi, m. affection.
-stig, n. treading-upon (sltt strti til stigs).
st-igr, a. dear, lovely; pl. contr. stgir, stgar;
-kynni, n. hearty welcome;
-lauss, a. void of love, loveless;
-leysi, n. want of love, unkindness;
-menn, m. pl. dearly beloved friends;
-mr, f. darling maid, sweetheart;
-r, n. kindly advice.
-strari, m. adversary, tempter.
st-rki, f. affectionate tenderness hafa -rki af e-m, to be much loved by;
-rkr, a. full of love (-rkt hugskot) -rkr e-m or til e-s, full of love to;
-samliga, adv. affectionately;
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samligr, a. affectionate;
-samr, a. full of love, tenderly disposed towards (vi e-n) ;
-semd, f. love, affection.
stsemdar-frndsemi, f. affectionate relationship;
-r, n. kind advice;
-verk, n. work of love;
-vintta, f. loving-friendship.
st-semi, f. = -semd;
-sld, f. popularity;
-sll, a. beloved by all, popular (-sll e-m or af e-m).
-stunda (a), v. to study, take pains with, = stunda e-t;
-stundan, f. (1) care, painstaking endeavour; (2) strong desire (hafa . til gus); (3) intention.
st-, f. love, affection ; leggja st til e-s, to become fond of one.
star-frndsemi, f. affectionate kinship ;
-vinr, m. dear friend.
st-igr, a. beloved, dear (-igr llu flki) ; -igt er me eim, they are on friendly or loving terms;
-ligr, a. amiable, friendly (vi e-n or e-m) ; loving.
st-vina, f. dear (female) friend;
-vintta, f. intimate friendship;
-vinr, m. intimate friend;
-okki, m. = starokki.
s-ynja, f. goddess, the fem. answering to 'ss '.
-sn, f. (1) countenance, presence (ksta e-m burt fr, sinni ..); (2) appearance, shape (gus hold ok bl . braus ok vns) ; (3) view, opinion (me rangri .) ; (4) dat. pl. used as adv., hversu var hann snum, how did he look?; gen. as adv., minna snar, apparently less.
-sna (-da, -dr), v. to shew;
-snd, f. = sn ; sndum = snum ; sndar= snar ;
-sniligr, a. conspicuous, stately ;
-snis, adv. in appearance, to look at (frir .);
-snt, a. n. to be seen, visible ; ef eigi verr ., if no mark (of the blow) can be seen ; at er ., it is evident.
-skni, f. aggressiveness.
t, n. (1) the act of eating; eiga t ok drkkju vi e-n, to eat and drink with one; kr hafnai tinu, the cow would not eat; (2) food (t ok drykkr).
ta, a. f. (1) eating; gr tu, good eating; (2) food, meat; s hafi h ok tu, er tti, let the owner (of the ox) have the hide and meat.
-tak, n. (1) touch, touching; sv taks (to the touch) sem skinn;



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