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Zoëga's A Concise Dictionary of Old Icelandic


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feeble;
ústyrkt, f. infirmity;
ústýrilátr, a. ungovernable;
ústöđugr, a. unsteady, unsettled;
ústöđuligr, a. unstable;
úsundrskilligr, a. inseparable;
úsúrr, a. not sour;
úsváss, a. unmild (úsvást veđr);
úsvefnsamr, a. not sleepy; e-m verđr -samt, one cannot sleep;
úsvefnugr, a. not sleepy;
úsvífinn, a. coarse, impudent, overbearing;
úsvífr, a. coarse, impudent, overbearing;
úsvifrungr, m. enemy;
úsvínnr, a. unwise;
úsvipligr, a. ill-looking;
úsvipt, a. n., see 'ósvipt';
úsknligr, a. ugly, dismal;
úsyndr, a. not able to swim;
úsynju, adv. without foresight, unwisely;
úsýnliga, adv. invisibly;
úsýniligr, a. (1) invisible; (2) unlikely; (3) unsightly, ugly;
úsýnn, a. uncertain (úsýnar hefndir);
úsćbrattr,
a. not steep towards the sea;
úsćll, a. wretched;
úsćlligr, a. joyless, ill-favoured;
úsćtiligr, a. intolerable;
úsćtt, f, = úsátt;
úsćtti, n.= úsátt;
úsœkiligr, a. impregnable;
úsœma (-da, -dr), v. to dishonour;
úsœmd, f. (1) disgrace, dishonour; (2) impropriety.
úsœmdar-hlutr, m. contumely;
-orđ, n. unseemly language.
ú-sœmiliga, adv. dishonourably, unbecomingly;
úsœmiligr, a. (1) unseemly; (2) unworthy of (ú. e-s);
úsœmr, a. unbecoming, unseemly;
úsœra (-đa, -đr), v. to break (ú. sinn eiđ);
úsœrr, a. not to be taken, of an oath;
úsöngvinn, a. unwilling to chant prayers.
út, adv. (1) out, towards the outer side, opp. to 'inn' (út ok inn međ hverjum firdi) kalla menn út, out of doors; út ór, out of, out from; út munninn, out of the mouth; (2) of time , út jól, all through Yule; (3) láta út, to stand out to sea; esp. of going out to Iceland from Norway, opp. to 'útan' (far ţú til Íslands út); koma út hingat, or simply, koma út, to come to Iceland; also of other far countries (fara út til Jórsala); (4) with verbs; brenna út, to burn out; bjóđa út liđi, to levy troops.
ú-tal, n. countless number;
útalhlýđinn, a. not heeding advice, hard to persuade;
útaliđr (útaldr, ifttalinn), pp. untold, uncounted;
útalligr, a. innumerable, countless;
útamdr, pp. untamed (hross útamit).
útan, adv. (1) from without, from outside; (2) from abroad, from Iceland; fara ú., to go abroad, from Iceland (spurđi Ţórarinn Glúm, hvárt hann ćtlađi ú., sem hann var vanr); međan hann vćri ú., whilst he was abroad; (3) without motion, outside; bćđi ú. ok innan, both outside and inside; (4) conj. except, but (var fólk allt í svefni ú. móđir hans); (5) as prep. with acc., without (ú. frćnda ráđ); with gen. (ú. sćtta); (6) fyrir ú., outside, beyond, with acc. (fyrir ú. Ţjórsá).
útan-borđs, adv. overboard (steypast -borđs);
-borgar, adv. without the town;
-brautar, adv. out of the way;
-eygđr, a.=úteygr;
-ferđ, f. a journey abroad;
-fjarđar, adv. outside the firth;
-fjórđungs, adv. outside the quarter;
-fótar, adv. on the outside of the foot (leg);
-för, f. = útanferđ;
-garđa
, adv. outside the yard (house);
-garđs, adv. outside the fence;
-gátta, adv. out of door;
-herađs, adv. outside the district;
-hrepps, adv. out. side the poor district;
-lands, adv. abroad (Ţu mant -lands deyja).
útanlands-matr,
m. foreigner;
-
siđir, m. pl. outlandish, foreign manners (eigi kanntu -siđu manna).
útan-lendis, adv. = útanlands;
-lćrs, adv. outside the thigh;
-sóknar, adv. outside the parish;
-stefning, f. a summons abroad;
-vertr, a. outward, outside, outerpart of.
útar, adv. compar. farther out, farther off (vóru ţeir komnir svá langt út, at hćtt var at sitja ú.); Hrútr sat ú. frá Höskuldi, H. sat nearer the door than H.
út-arfi, m. collateral heir.
útar-la, adv. far out;
-liga, adv. far out; sitja, -liga, to sit near the entrance;
-meirr, adv. compar. farther out.
útarst, adv. compar. farthest out.
út-beit, f. grazing (góđ-beit);
-bođ, n. levy, conscription, of ships and men (jarl hafđi útbođ mikit).
útbođa-bréf, n. writ of conscription.



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