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Zoëga's A Concise Dictionary of Old Icelandic


padda, f. toad (froskar ok pöddur).
paðreimr, m. the hippodrome in Constantinople.
pakki, m. pack, bundle.
pakta-öld, f. the cycle of eþacts.
palata, f. = polota.
palla-lofsöngr, -sálmi, in. 'psalm of degrees';
-söngr, m. gradual.
pallr (-s, -ar), m. (1) step, - gráda; (2) the raised-floor along the sides of the hall, = 'lang-pallar'; (3) a cross dais at the upper end of the hall, 'þverpalir, hápallr.'
palls-horn, n. the corner of the raised floor.
pall-stokkr, m. beam at the edge of the 'pallr';
-strá, n. pl. straw spread on the 'pallr'.
pantr (-s, -ar), m. pledge, pawn.
panzari, m. coat of mail.
papi, m. (1) Irish or Culdee monk or hermit; (2) pope.
par, n. (1) pair; tvenn pör skœða, two pair of shoes; (2) paring, scrap.
Paradís, f. paradise.
parta, (). v. to part, divide.
Partera (), v. (1) = parta; (2) to give a part of (p. e-m e-t).
parteran, f. division.
partr (-s, -ar), m. part, share.
past, n. food, = áta; in the phrase, liggja á pasti, to be sucking the blood out of the prey.
pati, m. rumour, = kvittr.
pausa, (), v. to marry, = púsa.
or pái, m. peacock, a nickname.
páfa-bann, n. papal ban;
-dómr, m. papacy, papal see;
-dœmi, n. papacy, papal see;
-garðr, m. the papal residence;
-ligr a. popish, papal;
-stóll, m. the papal chair;
-sæti, n. = -dómr.
páfi, m. pope.
pá-fugl, m. peacock.
páll (-s, -ar), m. a kind of hoe or spade (páll ok reka).
pálma-dagr, m. Palm Sunday.
pálmari, m. palmer, pilgrim.
pálmi, pálmr, m. palm-tree.
pálm-sunna, f, -sunnudagr, m. Palm Sunday;
-viðr, m. palm-wood, palm-tree.
pál-stafr, m. a kind of heavy missile.

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