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English Meaning Index

Jonathan Slocum and Todd B. Krause

This English Index lists, in alphabetical order, seemingly significant words used in the "general meaning" glosses of Base Forms underlying one or more surface (word) forms in lesson texts. For each English word, base forms having that word in their general meanings are shown, along with links to every usage, in every numbered lesson, of the associated surface forms. With this index, one may click on any link to perform a quick "usage look-up," and thereby study how surface forms in texts are constructed from base forms sharing a general English meaning word. In order to reduce clutter in this index, certain high-frequency English "function" words are ignored unless there are no "content" words in the meaning.

This index was created by software, not by human hand, using lesson materials authored with very few constraints on the expression of "meaning" other than it being in English. Selecting significant words from free-form text via software is a notoriously difficult task. For example, while most meanings in these lessons are expressed as "glosses," some or parts may be comments directed toward the human reader, who is expected to discern the difference. Computer software cannot yet make such subtle linguistic distinctions, so all words in a meaning are treated alike. With few exceptions, then, all words are indexed. The results are neither produced nor presented with any claims to superior linguistic sensitivity, but at least the full meaning texts are shown for your inspection and judgment. Modest effort was invested in tuning the software to ignore [apparently] superfluous, high-frequency words (e.g., the preposition "of") that, in the presence of [apparently] more important words, contribute little or no useful information to an index; unfortunately this may result in some words, in some contexts, being unfairly omitted.

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ABILITY :   <frami>   advancement, benefit, profit; luck; courage, ability; growth, success, fame   --
10.55
ABLE :   <f>   get, take; catch; have, make use of; put; give; receive; suffer; (with ppart.) be able to, get accomplished; (mid.) take place; struggle   --
3.435, 3.484, 4.347, 4.396, 5.23, 5.397, 6.1299, 6.259, 6.604, 6.828, 7.391, 8.113, 10.176
ABLE :   <geta>   get, obtain; engender; (with ppart.) be able to, get done; (with infin.) happen to (do); be obtainable; guess, suppose; relate, tell of   --
3.311, 3.388, 4.207, 4.236, 4.268, 5.483, 8.578, 10.109, 10.222, 10.670, 10.774
ABLE :   <kunna>   know, know how to; be able   --
1.148, 2.187, 5.78, 7.455, 8.50, 9.659, 10.425
ABLE :   <mega>   be able to, can; may   --
1.353, 2.232, 3.385, 5.65, 6.1220, 7.180, 7.479, 8.501, 8.563, 8.752, 8.794, 8.851, 8.937, 9.493, 10.110
ABODE :   <tn>   courtyard, (enclosed) field; home meadow; (pl.) farmstead; abode   --
9.235
ABOUT :   <litask (a)>   look about   --
8.497
ABOUT :   <munu>   will, be about to; will be; must; might   --
2.162, 2.250, 3.14, 3.280, 4.59, 4.66, 4.439, 5.109, 5.145, 5.152, 5.182, 5.233, 5.251, 5.271, 5.279, 5.325, 6.1182, 6.1224, 6.258, 6.534, 6.552, 6.751, 6.849, 7.176, 7.262, 7.302, 7.358, 7.452, 8.44, 8.107, 8.557, 8.559, 8.576, 8.581, 8.588, 8.593, 8.742, 8.847, 8.867, 9.461
ABOUT :   <of>   over; across, through; around, about; concerning; because of; for   --
1.44, 5.409, 5.419, 5.443, 5.462, 5.482, 5.486, 5.496, 5.513, 5.528, 8.169, 8.652, 10.397, 10.553, 10.726
ABOUT :   <rata (a)>   travel about, rove   --
10.127
ABOUT :   <spyrja (spuri)>   trace, find out (about); hear; ask   --
6.30, 6.102, 6.660, 6.790, 6.980, 8.71, 10.806
ABOUT :   <um>   over, across; through, throughout; round, about; concerning   --
2.36, 2.179, 3.9, 3.158, 3.163, 3.301, 4.245, 5.34, 5.258, 6.1139, 6.1158, 6.194, 6.494, 6.681, 6.734, 7.370, 8.206, 8.465, 8.495, 9.28, 9.41, 9.103, 9.137, 9.179, 9.186, 9.269, 9.295, 9.305, 9.370, 9.685, 9.711, 9.746, 10.10, 10.13, 10.53, 10.83, 10.105, 10.221, 10.249, 10.428, 10.468, 10.507, 10.571
ABOVE :   <ofan>   from above, down; southwards   --
3.61, 3.575, 4.127, 7.608
ABOVE :   <uphiminn>   'upper heaven', the heavens or sky above   --
9.85
ABOVE :   <yfir>   above, over, at; across, upon   --
3.138, 6.610, 8.764, 9.557, 10.359
ABROAD :   <t>   out; from abroad   --
1.374, 3.20, 3.376, 3.414, 3.450, 3.544, 3.568, 4.104, 4.199, 4.266, 4.424, 4.441, 6.292, 8.626
ABYSS :   <ginnung>   mighty space, abyss, void   --
9.88
ACCEPT :   <hafa ()>   have, keep; hold; accept   --
1.35, 1.97, 1.447, 2.258, 2.428, 3.488, 3.525, 4.372, 4.402, 5.14, 5.42, 5.154, 5.198, 5.381, 6.56, 6.1002, 6.1019, 6.191, 6.199, 6.207, 6.219, 6.230, 6.283, 6.330, 6.399, 6.406, 6.418, 6.429, 6.485, 6.640, 6.664, 6.699, 6.730, 6.738, 6.758, 6.865, 6.918, 6.991, 7.199, 7.295, 7.309, 7.586, 8.6, 8.405, 8.436, 8.751, 8.821, 8.902, 9.48, 9.363, 9.469, 9.512, 9.750, 10.82, 10.259, 10.817
ACCEPT :   <taka>   take, take hold of; seize, capture; take to oneself, undertake; choose; accept, receive; begin (with infin.); reach, touch, strike against; happen, come to pass   --
4.255, 4.432, 6.1184, 6.1346, 6.285, 6.332, 6.408, 6.521, 6.575, 6.705, 7.269, 7.382, 7.511, 7.607, 8.907
ACCEPT :   <iggja>   accept, receive   --
5.289, 7.530, 10.262
ACCOMPANY :   <fylgja (g)>   belong to, attend to, accompany, serve, appertain to   --
2.17, 6.580
ACCOMPLISHED :   <f>   get, take; catch; have, make use of; put; give; receive; suffer; (with ppart.) be able to, get accomplished; (mid.) take place; struggle   --
3.435, 3.484, 4.347, 4.396, 5.23, 5.397, 6.1299, 6.259, 6.604, 6.828, 7.391, 8.113, 10.176
ACCORDING :   <at>   to, towards, against; at, in; from; according to; regarding; concerning; after   --
1.34, 1.96, 1.136, 1.218, 1.351, 1.450, 2.268, 2.298, 2.442, 3.16, 3.331, 3.411, 3.421, 3.434, 3.448, 3.464, 3.529, 3.532, 4.53, 4.140, 4.195, 4.201, 4.210, 4.227, 4.232, 4.239, 4.259, 4.271, 4.291, 4.349, 4.453, 4.492, 5.28, 5.44, 5.55, 5.131, 5.160, 5.185, 5.214, 5.236, 5.264, 5.275, 5.284, 5.313, 5.329, 5.336, 5.473, 6.32, 6.1115, 6.1140, 6.1201, 6.1258, 6.215, 6.307, 6.432, 6.456, 6.471, 6.547, 6.706, 6.720, 6.740, 6.792, 6.844, 6.884, 6.962, 6.974, 7.126, 7.173, 7.529, 7.592, 7.658, 8.14, 8.72, 8.105, 8.111, 8.243, 8.318, 8.379, 8.443, 8.463, 8.490, 8.496, 8.633, 8.781, 8.947, 9.197, 9.487, 10.19, 10.132, 10.150, 10.159, 10.278, 10.306, 10.316, 10.387, 10.444, 10.473, 10.479, 10.535, 10.563, 10.651, 10.739, 10.804
ACCORDING :   <eptir>   after, behind; for, to obtain; along; according to; in succession to   --
1.194, 1.344, 2.64, 2.98, 3.192, 4.307, 6.1125, 6.1142, 6.1337, 6.335, 6.375, 6.661, 7.405, 10.728
ACQUIANTANCE :   <kunningi>   acquiantance   --
6.424
ACQUIRE :   <kisa>   choose, select; pick out something for someone, determine; acquire something for someone   --
9.597
ACQUIRE :   <mikla (a)>   make great, 'embiggen'; (mid.) acquire fame   --
5.213
ACROSS :   <of>   over; across, through; around, about; concerning; because of; for   --
1.44, 5.409, 5.419, 5.443, 5.462, 5.482, 5.486, 5.496, 5.513, 5.528, 8.169, 8.652, 10.397, 10.553, 10.726
ACROSS :   <um>   over, across; through, throughout; round, about; concerning   --
2.36, 2.179, 3.9, 3.158, 3.163, 3.301, 4.245, 5.34, 5.258, 6.1139, 6.1158, 6.194, 6.494, 6.681, 6.734, 7.370, 8.206, 8.465, 8.495, 9.28, 9.41, 9.103, 9.137, 9.179, 9.186, 9.269, 9.295, 9.305, 9.370, 9.685, 9.711, 9.746, 10.10, 10.13, 10.53, 10.83, 10.105, 10.221, 10.249, 10.428, 10.468, 10.507, 10.571
ACROSS :   <yfir>   above, over, at; across, upon   --
3.138, 6.610, 8.764, 9.557, 10.359
ACT :   <gera ()>   do, perform; act; make, build; finish   --
2.144
ACTIVITY :   <httr>   kind, type; (pl.) activity, habits, behavior   --
2.269, 2.432
ADAM :   <Adam>   Adam   --
2.27
ADD :   <auka>   to increase, add   --
1.39, 1.61, 8.319
ADORN :   <setja>   set, place, put; seat; set up; establish; endow; direct; hurl; adorn   --
4.77, 6.51, 6.340, 6.390, 6.570, 6.588, 6.937, 7.701
ADVANCE :   <ganga>   go, walk; advance; take place; extend; go on, last; turn out   --
3.56, 3.67, 3.212, 3.355, 3.554, 4.90, 4.137, 5.197, 5.385, 6.33, 6.98, 6.1116, 6.1193, 6.1269, 6.1306, 6.323, 6.782, 6.902, 7.576, 8.31, 8.45, 8.227, 8.868, 9.171, 9.261, 9.677, 9.738, 10.8, 10.418, 10.729, 10.786
ADVANCEMENT :   <frami>   advancement, benefit, profit; luck; courage, ability; growth, success, fame   --
10.55
ADVERSE :   <verr>   athwart; adverse, contrary   --
6.495
ADVICE :   <r>   advice, counsel; expedient, means; plan; agreement   --
4.495, 7.385, 10.258
ADVISE :   <ra>   advise, counsel; discuss; plot; set, arrange; decide; govern; prevail; have to deal with; go, take one's way   --
3.189, 8.688
ADVOCATE :   <formlandi>   supporter, advocate, speaker on one's behalf   --
10.541
AFFABLE :   <hgr>   comfortable; suitable, expedient; docile, affable; skilful, agile   --
9.136
AFFIRM :   <sanna (a)>   affirm; (refl.) prove to be true   --
7.349, 7.485
AFLOAT :   < flot>   afloat   --
5.423
AFRAID :   <hrddr>   afraid, frightened   --
6.1207, 6.349, 6.518
AFRAID :   <hra (dd)>   frighten; (refl.) be afraid of, be frightened   --
8.231, 8.878
AFT :   <aptr>   back; aft   --
3.540, 6.441, 6.585, 10.396
AFTER :   <at>   to, towards, against; at, in; from; according to; regarding; concerning; after   --
1.34, 1.96, 1.136, 1.218, 1.351, 1.450, 2.268, 2.298, 2.442, 3.16, 3.331, 3.411, 3.421, 3.434, 3.448, 3.464, 3.529, 3.532, 4.53, 4.140, 4.195, 4.201, 4.210, 4.227, 4.232, 4.239, 4.259, 4.271, 4.291, 4.349, 4.453, 4.492, 5.28, 5.44, 5.55, 5.131, 5.160, 5.185, 5.214, 5.236, 5.264, 5.275, 5.284, 5.313, 5.329, 5.336, 5.473, 6.32, 6.1115, 6.1140, 6.1201, 6.1258, 6.215, 6.307, 6.432, 6.456, 6.471, 6.547, 6.706, 6.720, 6.740, 6.792, 6.844, 6.884, 6.962, 6.974, 7.126, 7.173, 7.529, 7.592, 7.658, 8.14, 8.72, 8.105, 8.111, 8.243, 8.318, 8.379, 8.443, 8.463, 8.490, 8.496, 8.633, 8.781, 8.947, 9.197, 9.487, 10.19, 10.132, 10.150, 10.159, 10.278, 10.306, 10.316, 10.387, 10.444, 10.473, 10.479, 10.535, 10.563, 10.651, 10.739, 10.804
AFTER :   <eptir>   after, behind; for, to obtain; along; according to; in succession to   --
1.194, 1.344, 2.64, 2.98, 3.192, 4.307, 6.1125, 6.1142, 6.1337, 6.335, 6.375, 6.661, 7.405, 10.728
AFTER :   <leifa ()>   leave after death   --
8.949
AFTER :   <undorn>   the time before or after the midday meal   --
9.193
AFTERWARDS :   <san>   afterwards, since then   --
1.67, 1.283, 1.330, 4.139, 4.180, 6.5, 6.19, 6.34, 6.288, 6.322, 6.936, 8.580, 8.885
AGAIN :   <enn>   still; also; yet; further; again; moreover; even   --
2.115, 4.265, 5.60, 6.239, 7.205, 9.89, 9.299, 9.634, 9.715, 10.552
AGAINST :   <at>   to, towards, against; at, in; from; according to; regarding; concerning; after   --
1.34, 1.96, 1.136, 1.218, 1.351, 1.450, 2.268, 2.298, 2.442, 3.16, 3.331, 3.411, 3.421, 3.434, 3.448, 3.464, 3.529, 3.532, 4.53, 4.140, 4.195, 4.201, 4.210, 4.227, 4.232, 4.239, 4.259, 4.271, 4.291, 4.349, 4.453, 4.492, 5.28, 5.44, 5.55, 5.131, 5.160, 5.185, 5.214, 5.236, 5.264, 5.275, 5.284, 5.313, 5.329, 5.336, 5.473, 6.32, 6.1115, 6.1140, 6.1201, 6.1258, 6.215, 6.307, 6.432, 6.456, 6.471, 6.547, 6.706, 6.720, 6.740, 6.792, 6.844, 6.884, 6.962, 6.974, 7.126, 7.173, 7.529, 7.592, 7.658, 8.14, 8.72, 8.105, 8.111, 8.243, 8.318, 8.379, 8.443, 8.463, 8.490, 8.496, 8.633, 8.781, 8.947, 9.197, 9.487, 10.19, 10.132, 10.150, 10.159, 10.278, 10.306, 10.316, 10.387, 10.444, 10.473, 10.479, 10.535, 10.563, 10.651, 10.739, 10.804
AGAINST :   <fyrir>   before, in front of; against; because of, for   --
1.48, 1.262, 1.274, 2.72, 2.117, 2.466, 3.340, 3.364, 4.22, 4.69, 5.143, 5.387, 6.464, 6.623, 6.675, 6.754, 6.783, 6.810, 7.12, 7.140, 7.281, 7.344, 7.447, 7.650, 8.667, 9.57, 10.26, 10.208, 10.680, 10.685
AGAINST :   <mti>   against; towards; to meet   --
3.444, 6.1271, 7.695
AGAINST :   <nauigr, nauugr>   unwilling, against one's will   --
6.1170
AGAINST :   <nema>   take; take possession of; catch, strike against; amount to   --
1.388, 1.501, 3.550, 8.731, 8.747
AGAINST :   <taka>   take, take hold of; seize, capture; take to oneself, undertake; choose; accept, receive; begin (with infin.); reach, touch, strike against; happen, come to pass   --
4.255, 4.432, 6.1184, 6.1346, 6.285, 6.332, 6.408, 6.521, 6.575, 6.705, 7.269, 7.382, 7.511, 7.607, 8.907
AGAINST :   <vi>   reaching to, against, with; towards, at; in exchange for; by; (together) with, close to; because of   --
1.38, 1.339, 2.211, 3.118, 3.282, 3.320, 3.380, 3.424, 3.436, 3.486, 3.519, 3.528, 4.100, 4.151, 4.305, 4.488, 5.362, 5.369, 5.424, 5.508, 6.1120, 6.178, 6.222, 6.571, 6.577, 6.892, 6.954, 7.66, 7.364, 7.707, 8.11, 8.165, 8.181, 8.325, 8.522, 10.228, 10.568
AGE :   <aldartal>   count of time, age   --
2.443
AGE :   <elli>   old age   --
7.518
AGE :   <ld>   age; mankind, humanity, world; (pl.) men, human beings   --
9.69, 9.464, 9.598, 10.335, 10.630
AGILE :   <hgr>   comfortable; suitable, expedient; docile, affable; skilful, agile   --
9.136
AGO :   <forum>   formerly, some time ago   --
7.671, 9.45, 10.588
AGO :   <r>   early, in the early morning; of yore, long ago   --
9.40, 9.67
AGREEMENT :   <r>   advice, counsel; expedient, means; plan; agreement   --
4.495, 7.385, 10.258
AI :   <i>   Ai, Great-grandfather   --
9.338, 9.442
AID :   <duga>   help, aid, be of avail, be of assistance   --
4.498, 8.631, 10.703
AID :   <li>   people; band, host; troops; herd; help, aid   --
5.316, 7.19, 7.158, 7.448, 9.407, 9.482
AIR :   <lopt>   air, sky; upper room   --
2.233, 4.34, 9.751
ALE :   <l>   ale   --
10.320, 10.334
ALE :   <lr>   drunk (on ale)   --
10.382
ALE :   <lr>   ale; ale-party   --
10.360, 10.393
ALE-FORCE :   <lfoss>   Ale-Force (foaming waterfall) River   --
1.276
ALE-PARTY :   <lr>   ale; ale-party   --
10.360, 10.393
ALF :   <lfr>   Alf, Elf   --
9.450
ALIVE :   <kvikr>   alive, living   --
10.671
ALIVE :   <kykr>   alive, animate   --
2.426
ALL :   <albryniar>   all clad in mail, in a byrnie   --
7.145
ALL :   <allr>   all, whole; every   --
2.12, 2.38, 2.80, 2.128, 2.223, 2.227, 2.349, 2.457, 2.462, 3.339, 3.360, 3.446, 3.490, 5.139, 5.263, 6.1112, 6.1135, 6.1252, 6.223, 6.314, 6.678, 7.144, 7.203, 7.383, 8.87, 8.170, 8.287, 8.340, 8.462, 8.485, 8.567, 8.616, 8.714, 8.825, 8.855, 8.941, 8.961, 9.8, 9.173, 9.263, 9.298, 9.679, 9.696, 9.740, 9.752, 10.6, 10.469, 10.482, 10.498, 10.527, 10.624
ALL :   <helzt>   most willingly; most of all; exceedingly   --
8.971
ALL :   <hvergi>   nowhere; not at all   --
3.179, 3.214, 3.224, 8.724, 9.91
ALL :   <styja (dd)>   support; provide with supports; use as a support; stab or pierce from all sides   --
9.619
ALL :   <va>   never; not at all   --
9.83, 10.643
ALLOW :   <lofa (a)>   praise; allow, permit   --
5.451
ALLOW :   <lta>   put, place; let, allow; concede, yield; leave, leave off; lose; cause to be done, command; behave (as if); declare; sound   --
1.176, 1.343, 3.148, 5.287, 5.367, 6.1161, 6.502, 6.648, 8.174, 8.428
ALLOW :   <unna>   not grudge; grant, allow; love   --
7.304
ALMIGHTY :   <almttigr>   almighty   --
2.5
ALONG :   <eptir>   after, behind; for, to obtain; along; according to; in succession to   --
1.194, 1.344, 2.64, 2.98, 3.192, 4.307, 6.1125, 6.1142, 6.1337, 6.335, 6.375, 6.661, 7.405, 10.728
ALONG :   <me>   with; by means of; among; along   --
2.89, 2.430, 3.239, 4.105, 6.1164, 6.1251, 6.582, 6.598, 7.70, 7.78, 7.194, 7.217, 7.254, 7.388, 7.393, 7.581, 8.293, 8.299, 8.439, 8.619, 8.660, 8.665, 10.140, 10.513
ALONG :   <set>   seat; raised floor along the sides of a hall   --
3.187, 3.250, 3.354, 9.420
ALSO :   <enn>   still; also; yet; further; again; moreover; even   --
2.115, 4.265, 5.60, 6.239, 7.205, 9.89, 9.299, 9.634, 9.715, 10.552
ALSO :   <ok>   and, also; but, though   --
1.12, 1.14, 1.19, 1.51, 1.60, 1.69, 1.138, 1.153, 1.162, 1.170, 1.301, 1.342, 1.347, 1.349, 1.415, 1.436, 1.492, 2.9, 2.11, 2.18, 2.28, 2.30, 2.34, 2.57, 2.67, 2.71, 2.79, 2.108, 2.113, 2.122, 2.135, 2.141, 2.177, 2.206, 2.217, 2.226, 2.234, 2.246, 2.254, 2.256, 2.264, 2.288, 2.293, 2.308, 2.310, 2.319, 2.341, 2.343, 2.350, 2.354, 2.356, 2.362, 2.364, 2.388, 2.402, 2.408, 2.427, 2.433, 2.444, 2.459, 2.473, 3.11, 3.36, 3.39, 3.64, 3.75, 3.88, 3.93, 3.106, 3.129, 3.135, 3.176, 3.188, 3.194, 3.211, 3.222, 3.274, 3.291, 3.299, 3.304, 3.313, 3.359, 3.439, 3.461, 3.478, 3.501, 3.534, 3.541, 3.552, 3.559, 3.566, 4.12, 4.15, 4.19, 4.38, 4.40, 4.62, 4.70, 4.102, 4.120, 4.124, 4.153, 4.203, 4.206, 4.224, 4.235, 4.241, 4.257, 4.267, 4.273, 4.303, 4.327, 4.333, 4.340, 4.386, 4.390, 4.395, 4.406, 4.427, 4.431, 4.438, 4.448, 5.11, 5.32, 5.52, 5.158, 5.268, 5.378, 5.389, 5.393, 5.396, 6.29, 6.38, 6.53, 6.81, 6.1001, 6.1006, 6.101, 6.1024, 6.1070, 6.1105, 6.1109, 6.1166, 6.1171, 6.119, 6.1198, 6.1212, 6.1221, 6.1239, 6.1245, 6.1249, 6.1292, 6.1297, 6.1309, 6.1315, 6.1322, 6.1348, 6.161, 6.179, 6.206, 6.264, 6.289, 6.295, 6.304, 6.310, 6.333, 6.338, 6.355, 6.378, 6.383, 6.394, 6.439, 6.489, 6.499, 6.526, 6.530, 6.537, 6.551, 6.574, 6.587, 6.593, 6.626, 6.639, 6.645, 6.737, 6.745, 6.762, 6.785, 6.835, 6.848, 6.857, 6.935, 6.942, 6.956, 6.971, 6.999, 7.16, 7.21, 7.36, 7.44, 7.48, 7.82, 7.114, 7.118, 7.143, 7.192, 7.201, 7.204, 7.236, 7.241, 7.253, 7.260, 7.313, 7.335, 7.362, 7.371, 7.477, 7.496, 7.499, 7.553, 7.613, 7.630, 7.637, 7.674, 7.692, 7.698, 7.703, 8.150, 8.222, 8.226, 8.230, 8.292, 8.298, 8.384, 8.584, 8.659, 8.664, 8.744, 8.899, 8.939, 9.12, 9.178, 9.183, 9.190, 9.194, 9.213, 9.223, 9.268, 9.280, 9.321, 9.324, 9.327, 9.336, 9.348, 9.353, 9.357, 9.360, 9.367, 9.390, 9.433, 9.451, 9.455, 9.458, 9.484, 9.495, 9.528, 9.620, 9.684, 9.708, 9.745, 10.70, 10.75, 10.102, 10.112, 10.139, 10.164, 10.224, 10.252, 10.417, 10.440, 10.471, 10.559, 10.570, 10.667, 10.702, 10.813
ALSO :   <sv>   so, thus, in this way; also; as, as if   --
1.33, 1.427, 1.510, 2.142, 2.170, 2.219, 2.306, 2.352, 2.422, 3.42, 3.242, 3.278, 3.334, 3.418, 3.547, 3.564, 4.243, 4.499, 5.237, 5.417, 6.1057, 6.1204, 6.1303, 6.1316, 6.188, 6.210, 6.226, 6.240, 6.348, 6.449, 6.517, 6.576, 6.599, 6.767, 6.853, 7.445, 7.517, 7.614, 7.655, 7.699, 8.120, 8.337, 8.374, 8.427, 8.520, 8.610, 10.204, 10.329
ALTAR :   <hrgr>   outdoor sanctuary, (stone) altar, temple   --
9.212
ALTERNATIVE :   <kostr>   choice, alternative; offer; chance, opportunity; money available; match, marriage; condition, quality; terms   --
7.272, 7.510
ALTHJOF :   <Alifr>   Althjof, Great-thief   --
9.329
ALWAYS :   <ey>   forever; always   --
10.669
ALWAYS :   <jafnan>   ever, always   --
6.1009, 6.732
ALWAYS :   <opt>   often, frequently; as often as possible, always   --
9.630, 10.261
ALWAYS :   <>   ever, always; forever   --
9.556, 9.663
AMONG :   <me>   with; by means of; among; along   --
2.89, 2.430, 3.239, 4.105, 6.1164, 6.1251, 6.582, 6.598, 7.70, 7.78, 7.194, 7.217, 7.254, 7.388, 7.393, 7.581, 8.293, 8.299, 8.439, 8.619, 8.660, 8.665, 10.140, 10.513
AMONG :   <mili, milli, millum>   between, among   --
1.299, 1.490, 3.257, 8.976
AMONG :   <>   in, within; among; during; into, onto   --
1.90, 1.133, 1.200, 1.233, 1.249, 1.291, 1.298, 2.77, 2.86, 2.213, 2.261, 2.285, 2.303, 2.317, 2.446, 3.7, 3.45, 3.113, 3.186, 3.196, 3.209, 3.217, 3.233, 3.238, 3.253, 3.256, 3.292, 3.354, 3.443, 3.460, 3.469, 3.498, 3.505, 3.510, 3.555, 4.33, 4.36, 4.260, 4.276, 5.104, 5.106, 5.133, 6.36, 6.66, 6.68, 6.106, 6.1107, 6.1117, 6.1156, 6.1194, 6.1243, 6.1280, 6.1295, 6.1320, 6.202, 6.302, 6.381, 6.442, 6.454, 6.596, 6.630, 6.713, 6.930, 6.944, 6.996, 7.37, 7.157, 7.239, 7.556, 7.578, 7.609, 7.661, 7.677, 8.9, 8.28, 8.204, 8.328, 8.345, 8.432, 8.487, 8.534, 8.621, 8.729, 8.745, 8.782, 8.874, 8.912, 8.966, 8.975, 9.234, 9.405, 9.552, 9.614, 9.621, 9.709, 9.718, 10.236, 10.287, 10.372, 10.758, 10.789
AMOUNT :   <nema>   take; take possession of; catch, strike against; amount to   --
1.388, 1.501, 3.550, 8.731, 8.747
AMOUNT :   <sta (tt)>   amount to, signify   --
6.984
AMPLE :   <drjgr>   lasting, ample, substantial   --
10.788
AN :   <n>   An   --
9.335
ANAR :   <narr>   Anar   --
9.337
ANCESTRY :   <tt>   direction, region; family, line; stock, tribe; ancestry   --
2.23, 2.112, 2.475, 8.564, 8.852, 9.756
ANCIENT :   <forn>   old, ancient   --
9.22
ANGANTYR :   <Angantr>   Angantyr   --
8.257, 8.284, 8.369, 8.472, 8.546, 8.625, 8.706
ANGLES :   <Englakonungr>   king of the Angles   --
1.181
ANGLES :   <Englar>   Angles, the English   --
5.449, 7.64, 7.110, 7.689
ANIMAL :   <dr>   (wild) animal   --
2.255, 2.309, 2.355, 6.1065, 6.1078, 6.1121, 6.1211, 6.1223, 6.1272, 6.1314, 6.1325, 6.1352, 6.1364, 6.989
ANIMALS :   <kvikvendi>   living being, creature; animals   --
2.81, 2.410, 2.458
ANIMATE :   <kykr>   alive, animate   --
2.426
ANOTHER :   <annarr>   other, another; second, next; one (of two)   --
1.234, 2.328, 3.218, 4.261, 4.277, 5.273, 7.233, 7.321, 7.347, 7.634, 8.403, 9.301, 9.584, 10.234, 10.263, 10.602
ANOTHER :   <veita (tt)>   grant, give; help; pay, yield; (recip.) back one another   --
2.200, 5.220, 5.235, 5.314, 7.536, 7.688, 8.444
ANSWER :   <svara (a)>   answer   --
4.167, 6.118, 7.101, 7.169, 7.227, 7.292, 7.331, 7.420, 8.368
ANT :   <maurr>   ant   --
8.346
ANVIL :   <geirr>   spear; point of anvil   --
8.302, 8.658, 9.618
ANY :   <einnhverr>   a certain, some, any   --
4.65, 6.69, 6.931
ANY :   <heldr>   rather, any the more   --
1.99, 5.226, 5.283, 5.341, 6.1079, 6.120, 6.1260, 6.862, 6.950, 7.208, 7.378, 7.387, 7.513, 8.785, 10.157
ANY :   <nakkvarr, nkkurr>   a, a certain; any   --
2.431, 3.184, 6.64, 6.1118, 6.298, 7.232, 7.298
ANYTHING :   <hvatvetna>   anything whatever; everything   --
10.445, 10.474
APPEAR :   <sna (d)>   show; (mid.) appear to be, seem; exist   --
3.89
APPEARANCE :   <litr>   looks, appearance; color(ing)   --
9.517, 9.529
APPEARANCE :   <mikilligr>   imposing, of distinguished appearance   --
6.634
APPERTAIN :   <fylgja (g)>   belong to, attend to, accompany, serve, appertain to   --
2.17, 6.580
APPLIED :   <jl>   Yule, midwinter heathen feast, later applied to Christmas   --
6.975
ARDOUR :   <kapp>   contest, competition; spirit, ardour, courage   --
5.307
ARINBJORN :   <Arinbjrn>   Arinbjorn   --
5.7, 5.82, 5.178, 5.312
ARK :   <rk>   ark   --
2.87
ARM :   <handleggr>   arm; (pl.) upper arm and forearm   --
3.131, 3.332
ARM :   <hnd>   hand, arm and hand; side, part   --
3.241, 3.297, 4.421, 6.84, 6.93, 8.730, 8.746, 9.134, 10.761
ARM :   <valtigr>   hawk's ground, i.e. the arm   --
7.652
ARMIES :   <flcvg>   troop-slaying, battle (between armies), war   --
9.612, 9.716
ARMS :   <leggr>   hollow bone (of arms and legs); leg   --
6.354, 6.581, 9.283
ARNGRIM :   <Arngrmr>   Arngrim   --
8.313, 8.946
AROUND :   <of>   over; across, through; around, about; concerning; because of; for   --
1.44, 5.409, 5.419, 5.443, 5.462, 5.482, 5.486, 5.496, 5.513, 5.528, 8.169, 8.652, 10.397, 10.553, 10.726
AROUND :   <umhverfis>   around   --
8.979
ARRANGE :   <ra>   advise, counsel; discuss; plot; set, arrange; decide; govern; prevail; have to deal with; go, take one's way   --
3.189, 8.688
ARRAY :   <fylking>   battle array, host   --
7.14, 7.141, 7.579
ARRAY :   <skipa (a)>   array, draw up; assign (a seat); put in order; set; occupy   --
6.1059, 6.836, 6.915, 6.949, 7.22
ARRIVAL :   <landaurar>   land-dues; a tax paid by Icelanders to the king upon arrival in Norway   --
1.457
ARRIVE :   <koma>   come, arrive; reach; obtain; occur   --
1.267, 2.26, 2.109, 2.171, 3.111, 3.412, 3.468, 4.52, 4.230, 4.391, 4.422, 5.111, 6.13, 6.85, 6.1036, 6.1093, 6.231, 6.472, 6.619, 6.636, 6.673, 6.993, 7.446, 7.704, 8.30, 8.242, 9.246, 9.479, 9.549, 9.569, 9.649, 10.39, 10.69, 10.100, 10.166, 10.195, 10.481, 10.537
ARROW :   <r>   arrow   --
4.200, 4.234, 4.321, 4.332, 4.385, 4.433
ASH :   <askr>   ash tree; spear; Ash   --
9.494, 9.538
ASH :   <ollr>   tree (the ash Yggdrasil); post, pillar; beam   --
9.579
ASK :   <bija>   ask; beg; pray; bid   --
4.63, 5.295, 5.458, 6.1235, 6.280, 6.566, 7.665, 9.6
ASK :   <fregna>   learn, hear of; ask   --
5.487
ASK :   <spyrja (spuri)>   trace, find out (about); hear; ask   --
6.30, 6.102, 6.660, 6.790, 6.980, 8.71, 10.806
ASSEMBLY :   <ing>   (legal) assembly   --
10.536
ASSIGN :   <skipa (a)>   array, draw up; assign (a seat); put in order; set; occupy   --
6.1059, 6.836, 6.915, 6.949, 7.22
ASSISTANCE :   <duga>   help, aid, be of avail, be of assistance   --
4.498, 8.631, 10.703
ASTONISHED :   <undrask (a)>   wonder, be astonished (at)   --
2.247, 3.275
ASTRAY :   <villr>   wild, astray   --
10.596
ASUNDER :   <sundr>   asunder   --
3.254, 3.556, 6.203
ATHALSTAN :   <Aalsteinn>   Athalstan, king of England   --
5.113
ATHWART :   <verr>   athwart; adverse, contrary   --
6.495
ATONE :   <gjalda>   repay, requite; pay compensation; give something as recompense for something; atone or pay for   --
9.692
ATONEMENT :   <bt>   compensation, atonement   --
6.806
ATTACK :   <hr>   while, time; storm, attack   --
4.246, 4.300, 6.60
ATTACK :   <leita (a)>   seek, search for; find; try to go, go; attack   --
3.375, 4.442, 6.761
ATTACK :   <skn>   fight, attack   --
3.406
ATTEND :   <fylgja (g)>   belong to, attend to, accompany, serve, appertain to   --
2.17, 6.580
ATTEND :   <gta (tt)>   attend to, tend, guard, watch over; keep watch   --
9.181, 9.271, 9.687, 9.748
ATTENTION :   <gaumr>   heed, attention   --
6.309, 6.743
AURVANG :   <Aurvangr>   Aurvang, Mudfield   --
9.392
AUTHORITY :   <rki>   kingdom; power, authority   --
6.1069, 7.215, 7.266
AUTUMN :   <haust>   autumn   --
6.1018
AVAIL :   <duga>   help, aid, be of avail, be of assistance   --
4.498, 8.631, 10.703
AVAILABLE :   <kostr>   choice, alternative; offer; chance, opportunity; money available; match, marriage; condition, quality; terms   --
7.272, 7.510
AVENGE :   <hefna (d)>   avenge   --
5.161
AWAIT :   <bia (a)>   await   --
7.516
AWAKE :   <vaka>   be awake, stay awake; watch   --
8.256, 8.258, 8.285, 8.387, 10.467
AWARE :   <vita (ssi)>   know, be aware of; understand; know how (to); know of; find out   --
2.435, 4.54, 4.71, 4.168, 4.173, 4.407, 4.483, 6.770, 8.721, 8.835, 9.142, 9.150, 9.158, 9.539, 9.572, 10.20, 10.339, 10.412, 10.448, 10.451, 10.656
AWAY :   <deyja>   die, pass away   --
2.465, 7.386
AWAY :   <fram>   forward, on; away; out   --
1.161, 2.48, 3.392, 4.244, 5.343, 5.517, 7.24, 7.46, 7.92, 7.137, 7.575, 10.9, 10.785
AWAY :   <morna (a)>   waste away   --
8.347
AWAY :   <undan>   from under; away; (thrown) down   --
3.353
BABY :   <kind>   kind, child; baby; offspring, progeny, family, kin   --
9.10, 9.409
BACK :   <aptr>   back; aft   --
3.540, 6.441, 6.585, 10.396
BACK :   <bak>   back   --
3.539, 6.1005
BACK :   <framr>   facing forwards, standing in front; outstanding, excellent; (superl.) farthest back in time, earliest   --
9.27
BACK :   <hryggr>   back   --
3.308
BACK :   <hrkkva>   fall back   --
4.274, 4.309
BACK :   <opinn>   open; on one's back   --
3.565, 8.468
BACK :   <skutr>   back cabin   --
5.430
BACK :   <veita (tt)>   grant, give; help; pay, yield; (recip.) back one another   --
2.200, 5.220, 5.235, 5.314, 7.536, 7.688, 8.444
BACKWARDS :   <fugr>   turned the wrong way, backwards   --
3.543, 3.567
BAD :   <illr>   bad, evil; ugly, unpleasing; difficult   --
3.419, 6.416, 6.430, 6.702, 8.380, 9.667, 10.257
BADLY :   <illa>   ill, badly   --
7.628, 10.441, 10.557
BAND :   <li>   people; band, host; troops; herd; help, aid   --
5.316, 7.19, 7.158, 7.448, 9.407, 9.482
BARGAIN :   <kaupa>   buy; make a bargain   --
5.255
BATTLE :   <Bvarr>   battle, Bothvar   --
6.7, 6.17, 6.78, 6.97, 6.1052, 6.1154, 6.1178, 6.1200, 6.1234, 6.1270, 6.1287, 6.131, 6.1345, 6.1358, 6.151, 6.157, 6.255, 6.279, 6.324, 6.446, 6.498, 6.501, 6.542, 6.565, 6.583, 6.781, 6.800, 6.820, 6.839, 6.901, 6.955, 6.979
BATTLE :   <fundr>   meeting; battle   --
5.50
BATTLE :   <fylking>   battle array, host   --
7.14, 7.141, 7.579
BATTLE :   <flcvg>   troop-slaying, battle (between armies), war   --
9.612, 9.716
BATTLE :   <gur>   battle   --
5.511
BATTLE :   <hjaldr (rs)>   battle   --
7.659
BATTLE :   <hlkk>   clash; battle   --
7.672
BATTLE :   <malmhr>   storm of metal, battle   --
5.524
BATTLE :   <orrosta>   battle   --
7.343
BAVOR :   <Bvrr>   Bavor   --
9.332
BAY :   <Reykjarvk>   Bay of Smoke, Reykjavik   --
1.250
BEACH :   <fjara>   ebb-tide, fore-shore, beach   --
1.302
BEACH :   <sandr>   sand; beach, shore   --
9.75, 10.616
BEAM :   <stokkr>   log, piece of wood; beam   --
3.210, 3.358
BEAM :   <tr>   tree; log, beam   --
3.47
BEAM :   <vir>   tree; beam; forest; wood   --
1.296, 3.558, 4.10, 8.289
BEAM :   <ollr>   tree (the ash Yggdrasil); post, pillar; beam   --
9.579
BEAR :   <ala>   give birth to, bear; feed   --
8.595, 10.727
BEAR :   <bera>   bear, bring, carry; wear; give birth to; overcome; endure; bear (witness)   --
4.99, 5.414, 5.445, 6.1202, 6.1349, 6.290, 7.670, 8.583, 9.42, 9.629, 10.275, 10.303
BEARING :   <austan>   from the east; east (of); bearing to the east   --
1.263
BEARING :   <lti>   (pl.) gestures, manner, bearing; voice   --
9.515
BEARING :   <vestan>   from the west; west (of); bearing to the west   --
1.275
BEAT :   <berja (bari)>   smite, beat; (refl.) fight   --
6.707, 7.211, 7.369
BEAT :   <berja (bari, barir)>   smite, beat; (refl.) fight   --
3.40
BEAUTIFUL :   <fagr (ran)>   fair, beautiful   --
7.84, 8.118, 10.650
BECAUSE :   <af>   out of, from; with; concerning; because of   --
2.145, 2.366, 2.418, 3.13, 3.62, 3.445, 4.9, 4.128, 4.295, 4.330, 4.398, 7.47, 7.90, 7.299, 7.305, 7.532, 10.420
BECAUSE :   <af_v_at>   because, for   --
1.333, 1.384
BECAUSE :   <fyrir>   before, in front of; against; because of, for   --
1.48, 1.262, 1.274, 2.72, 2.117, 2.466, 3.340, 3.364, 4.22, 4.69, 5.143, 5.387, 6.464, 6.623, 6.675, 6.754, 6.783, 6.810, 7.12, 7.140, 7.281, 7.344, 7.447, 7.650, 8.667, 9.57, 10.26, 10.208, 10.680, 10.685
BECAUSE :   <me_v_at>   inasmuch as, because   --
1.30
BECAUSE :   <of>   over; across, through; around, about; concerning; because of; for   --
1.44, 5.409, 5.419, 5.443, 5.462, 5.482, 5.486, 5.496, 5.513, 5.528, 8.169, 8.652, 10.397, 10.553, 10.726
BECAUSE :   <vi>   reaching to, against, with; towards, at; in exchange for; by; (together) with, close to; because of   --
1.38, 1.339, 2.211, 3.118, 3.282, 3.320, 3.380, 3.424, 3.436, 3.486, 3.519, 3.528, 4.100, 4.151, 4.305, 4.488, 5.362, 5.369, 5.424, 5.508, 6.1120, 6.178, 6.222, 6.571, 6.577, 6.892, 6.954, 7.66, 7.364, 7.707, 8.11, 8.165, 8.181, 8.325, 8.522, 10.228, 10.568
BECAUSE :   <vat>   since, because, for   --
10.16, 10.173, 10.256, 10.337
BECOME :   <fjlmennask (t)>   become peopled, full of people   --
2.121
BECOME :   <kala>   be cold, become cold, freeze   --
10.73
BECOME :   <sma (d)>   beseem, become   --
5.475
BECOME :   <vera>   happen, come to pass; befall; chance to be; become   --
1.66, 1.369, 1.437, 2.114, 3.365, 4.74, 4.121, 4.294, 4.476, 5.64, 5.137, 6.1199, 6.247, 7.629, 7.693, 8.312, 8.383, 8.410, 8.556, 9.296, 9.585, 10.134, 10.170, 10.384, 10.385, 10.594, 10.626
BECOME :   <jafnask (a)>   become unequal, diverse   --
2.52
BED :   <rm>   room, space; seat; bed   --
6.327, 6.837, 6.906
BEFALL :   <hfa ()>   befall   --
6.1274
BEFALL :   <vera>   happen, come to pass; befall; chance to be; become   --
1.66, 1.369, 1.437, 2.114, 3.365, 4.74, 4.121, 4.294, 4.476, 5.64, 5.137, 6.1199, 6.247, 7.629, 7.693, 8.312, 8.383, 8.410, 8.556, 9.296, 9.585, 10.134, 10.170, 10.384, 10.385, 10.594, 10.626
BEFIT :   <sama>   beseem, befit   --
8.355
BEFORE :   <fyrir>   before, in front of; against; because of, for   --
1.48, 1.262, 1.274, 2.72, 2.117, 2.466, 3.340, 3.364, 4.22, 4.69, 5.143, 5.387, 6.464, 6.623, 6.675, 6.754, 6.783, 6.810, 7.12, 7.140, 7.281, 7.344, 7.447, 7.650, 8.667, 9.57, 10.26, 10.208, 10.680, 10.685
BEFORE :   <fyrr>   before; first; until   --
7.245
BEFORE :   <undorn>   the time before or after the midday meal   --
9.193
BEFORE :   <r>   before, first; until   --
4.373, 6.196, 6.331, 6.736, 6.919, 8.54, 8.684, 9.99, 10.7
BEG :   <bija>   ask; beg; pray; bid   --
4.63, 5.295, 5.458, 6.1235, 6.280, 6.566, 7.665, 9.6
BEGIN :   <feta>   step; proceed in, begin to   --
5.479
BEGIN :   <taka>   take, take hold of; seize, capture; take to oneself, undertake; choose; accept, receive; begin (with infin.); reach, touch, strike against; happen, come to pass   --
4.255, 4.432, 6.1184, 6.1346, 6.285, 6.332, 6.408, 6.521, 6.575, 6.705, 7.269, 7.382, 7.511, 7.607, 8.907
BEGINNING :   <upphaf>   beginning   --
1.448
BEHALF :   <formlandi>   supporter, advocate, speaker on one's behalf   --
10.541
BEHAVE :   <lta>   put, place; let, allow; concede, yield; leave, leave off; lose; cause to be done, command; behave (as if); declare; sound   --
1.176, 1.343, 3.148, 5.287, 5.367, 6.1161, 6.502, 6.648, 8.174, 8.428
BEHAVIOR :   <atfer>   behavior; energy   --
5.159
BEHAVIOR :   <httr>   kind, type; (pl.) activity, habits, behavior   --
2.269, 2.432
BEHIND :   <eptir>   after, behind; for, to obtain; along; according to; in succession to   --
1.194, 1.344, 2.64, 2.98, 3.192, 4.307, 6.1125, 6.1142, 6.1337, 6.335, 6.375, 6.661, 7.405, 10.728
BEHIND :   <undir>   under, below; beneath; up to; behind   --
3.296, 6.1312, 7.42, 8.288, 8.596, 8.710, 9.578
BEHOLD :   <vnn>   likely; fair to behold   --
7.122
BEINGS :   <ld>   age; mankind, humanity, world; (pl.) men, human beings   --
9.69, 9.464, 9.598, 10.335, 10.630
BELIEVE :   <hyggja (hugi, hugar)>   think, believe   --
5.471, 6.746, 10.472, 10.496, 10.525
BELIEVE :   <tra ()>   believe, trust, have faith in   --
2.59, 8.562, 8.585, 8.850, 8.936, 10.558
BELL :   <bjalla>   bell   --
1.348
BELONG :   <fylgja (g)>   belong to, attend to, accompany, serve, appertain to   --
2.17, 6.580
BELOW :   <nean>   from below or beneath, underneath   --
9.59
BELOW :   <niri>   down; below   --
7.594
BELOW :   <undir>   under, below; beneath; up to; behind   --
3.296, 6.1312, 7.42, 8.288, 8.596, 8.710, 9.578
BENCH :   <bekkr>   bench   --
6.392
BEND :   <ggjask ()>   bend forward to see, gaze, glare   --
3.136
BENEATH :   <nean>   from below or beneath, underneath   --
9.59
BENEATH :   <undir>   under, below; beneath; up to; behind   --
3.296, 6.1312, 7.42, 8.288, 8.596, 8.710, 9.578
BENEFIT :   <frami>   advancement, benefit, profit; luck; courage, ability; growth, success, fame   --
10.55
BENEFIT :   <njta>   benefit, get benefit from   --
10.710
BENEVOLENT :   <stugr>   loving, benevolent   --
9.485
BEREFT :   <handarvanr>   bereft of a hand, lacking a hand, one-armed   --
10.699
BERSERK :   <berserkr>   berserk   --
8.245
BESEEM :   <sama>   beseem, befit   --
8.355
BESEEM :   <sma (d)>   beseem, become   --
5.475
BESIDE :   <hj>   beside, at the side of; compared with; close by   --
4.17, 6.24, 6.343
BESPRINKLE :   <dreifa ()>   scatter (dat.); besprinkle (acc.)   --
2.35
BEST :   <beztr>   best   --
6.28, 10.394, 10.819
BETRAY :   <svkja>   betray   --
7.359
BETRAYER :   <Ginnarr>   Ginnar, Betrayer   --
9.459
BETTER :   <betr>   better; more   --
4.292, 6.1181, 8.817
BETTER :   <betri>   better   --
7.528, 7.636, 10.274, 10.284, 10.302, 10.664, 10.706, 10.722
BETWEEN :   <flcvg>   troop-slaying, battle (between armies), war   --
9.612, 9.716
BETWEEN :   <mili, milli, millum>   between, among   --
1.299, 1.490, 3.257, 8.976
BEWILDERED :   <villhyggjandi>   bewildered, deluded   --
8.386
BEWITCH :   <sa>   practice sorcery; bewitch   --
9.655, 9.660
BEYOND :   <tan>   outside (of); beyond; without   --
1.49, 4.14, 6.214, 8.717
BID :   <bija>   ask; beg; pray; bid   --
4.63, 5.295, 5.458, 6.1235, 6.280, 6.566, 7.665, 9.6
BIG :   <digr>   big, stout; thick; deep   --
1.476
BIG :   <mikill>   great, large, big; severe   --
1.372, 2.61, 2.143, 3.22, 3.92, 3.220, 4.400, 6.88, 6.1026, 6.608, 6.998, 7.77, 7.112, 7.497, 10.181, 10.282, 10.310
BIG :   <rask (a)>   thrive, grow (big), increase   --
10.781
BIGGER :   <meiri>   more, bigger   --
1.469, 5.186, 9.11
BIND :   <fjtra (a)>   fetter, bind   --
10.370
BIRD :   <fugl>   bird   --
2.257, 2.311, 2.357, 10.367
BIRTH :   <ala>   give birth to, bear; feed   --
8.595, 10.727
BIRTH :   <bera>   bear, bring, carry; wear; give birth to; overcome; endure; bear (witness)   --
4.99, 5.414, 5.445, 6.1202, 6.1349, 6.290, 7.670, 8.583, 9.42, 9.629, 10.275, 10.303
BIRTH :   <burr>   birth   --
1.195
BISHOP :   <biskup>   bishop   --
1.9, 1.152
BITCH :   <bikkja>   bitch, dog   --
6.1236
BITE :   <bta>   bite, cut   --
6.1030
BITE :   <festa (t)>   fasten; strengthen; learn by heart; bite, take effect on   --
7.618
BIVOR :   <Bvrr>   Bivor   --
9.331
BLACK :   <blr>   blue; black   --
7.80, 7.582
BLACK :   <svartr>   black   --
1.132, 6.95, 7.9
BLAIN :   <Blinn>   Blain   --
9.282
BLEMISH :   <vamm>   blemish, fault   --
10.456
BLEND :   <blanda (blett, -a)>   blend, mix   --
9.754
BLIND :   <blindr>   blind   --
10.704
BLOCK :   <sk>   block of wood; wooden tablet or stave; one of the boards forming a door frame   --
9.588
BLOOD :   <bl>   blood   --
2.316, 6.1363, 9.279
BLOOD :   <l>   blood, ruddiness, vital warmth   --
9.513, 9.525
BLOW :   <hgg>   stroke, blow   --
6.224, 6.229, 6.465
BLOW :   <svipan>   swing, sweep, blow   --
6.601
BLOWING :   <fnsun>   snorting, blowing out   --
8.166
BLUE :   <blr>   blue; black   --
7.80, 7.582
BOARD :   <borveggr>   board wall, wall made of planks   --
9.722
BOARD :   <tefla (l)>   play at 'tables', play board games   --
9.233
BOARDS :   <flet>   boards of a hall used for seating   --
10.25
BOARDS :   <sk>   block of wood; wooden tablet or stave; one of the boards forming a door frame   --
9.588
BOARDS :   <sakir>   roofed with overlapping boards   --
4.13
BOASTFUL :   <hrsinn>   boastful   --
10.155
BOAT :   <skip>   ship, boat   --
7.593, 8.503
BODE :   <gegna (d)>   (dat.) be suitable for; mean, bode   --
2.251
BODY :   <flokkr>   body of men; short lay   --
7.374
BODY :   <speki>   wisdom; branch of learning, body of knowledge   --
2.218
BOG :   <fen>   bog, fen   --
8.151
BOLD :   <djarfr>   bold, daring   --
6.403
BOMBUR :   <Bmburr>   Bombur   --
9.333
BONE :   <bein>   bone; ivory   --
2.409, 6.492, 6.710, 7.611
BONE :   <leggr>   hollow bone (of arms and legs); leg   --
6.354, 6.581, 9.283
BONES :   <beinahrga>   heap of bones   --
6.89, 6.107, 6.166, 6.443
BOOK :   <bk>   book   --
1.345
BOOK :   <slendingabk>   Book of Icelanders   --
1.5
BOTH :   <bir>   both   --
3.240, 3.503, 5.243, 6.861, 6.871, 8.913
BOTH :   <bi>   both   --
1.17, 1.167, 3.557
BOTHVAR :   <Bvarr>   battle, Bothvar   --
6.7, 6.17, 6.78, 6.97, 6.1052, 6.1154, 6.1178, 6.1200, 6.1234, 6.1270, 6.1287, 6.131, 6.1345, 6.1358, 6.151, 6.157, 6.255, 6.279, 6.324, 6.446, 6.498, 6.501, 6.542, 6.565, 6.583, 6.781, 6.800, 6.820, 6.839, 6.901, 6.955, 6.979
BOTTOM :   <grund>   ground, bottom; broad surface; surface of the earth, earth   --
9.118
BOY :   <mgr>   boy, son; (pl.) kindred   --
8.315, 9.14
BRANCH :   <grein>   branch, division; particular, detail   --
2.228
BRANCH :   <speki>   wisdom; branch of learning, body of knowledge   --
2.218
BRAVE :   <snjallr>   clever in speech, eloquent; brave   --
7.417
BREAK :   <brjta>   (trans.) break, destroy; distribute; (mid.) exert oneself   --
3.441, 9.720
BREAK :   <brotna (a)>   (intrans.) break, be broken   --
3.361
BREAKING :   <sabrot>   the breaking of the ice   --
5.425
BREAST :   <brjst>   breast   --
8.205, 10.235, 10.264
BREAST :   <fang>   grasp, hold; breast; wrestling, contest; catch; provisions   --
3.499
BREAST :   <munstrnd>   shore of the mind, breast, heart   --
5.415
BREATH :   <nd>   breath   --
9.505, 9.519
BRIDE :   <brr>   bride, young married woman; wife   --
9.668
BRIGHT :   <heir>   bright, clear; Bright   --
9.643
BRING :   <bera>   bear, bring, carry; wear; give birth to; overcome; endure; bear (witness)   --
4.99, 5.414, 5.445, 6.1202, 6.1349, 6.290, 7.670, 8.583, 9.42, 9.629, 10.275, 10.303
BRING :   <fra ()>   bring, send; hurl, smite; move; present   --
3.379, 3.459
BRING :   <fa (dd)>   feed; nurse; rear, bring up   --
2.456, 9.47
BRING :   <leggja>   lay, place, put; put down, lay down; move, bring; thrust, throw; make; give   --
1.279, 3.130, 3.330, 4.103, 4.493, 5.266, 5.282, 5.308, 5.342, 6.1310, 9.218, 9.594
BROAD :   <grund>   ground, bottom; broad surface; surface of the earth, earth   --
9.118
BROKEN :   <brotna (a)>   (intrans.) break, be broken   --
3.361
BROTHER :   <brir>   brother   --
7.187, 7.493, 7.523, 7.533
BROTHER :   <furbrir>   father's brother, uncle   --
1.155
BUCK :   <bokki>   buck; fellow   --
6.125, 6.142, 6.270, 6.543
BUILD :   <byggja (g)>   dwell, settle; build, inhabit   --
1.121, 1.247, 2.107, 2.123, 9.73
BUILD :   <gera ()>   do, perform; act; make, build; finish   --
2.144
BUILD :   <gra>   make, build; write, compose   --
1.6, 1.477, 4.297, 4.362, 5.330, 5.368, 6.1141, 6.1167, 6.134, 6.139, 6.185, 6.721, 6.824, 6.976, 7.632, 8.806, 9.225, 9.306, 10.811
BUILD :   <sma (a)>   forge, make, build   --
9.220
BUILD :   <timbra (a)>   timber, build, construct   --
9.216
BUILT :   <grr (van)>   made, built; done; ready; sent; done for, finished off   --
4.8, 4.211, 4.240, 4.272, 6.1025, 6.211, 6.400
BUR :   <Burr>   Bur, Odin's father   --
9.100
BURDEN :   <byrr>   burden, load   --
10.273, 10.301
BURN :   <brenna>   (intrans.) burn, be on fire   --
3.6, 8.148, 8.173, 8.757, 8.981, 10.677
BURN :   <brenna (d)>   (trans.) burn, light, set on fire   --
4.463, 8.514, 9.625, 9.627, 10.708
BURN :   <brunnr>   burn, spring, well   --
9.560
BUT :   <en>   but, and; than   --
1.29, 1.76, 1.86, 1.189, 1.232, 1.271, 1.327, 1.367, 1.426, 1.465, 1.470, 2.46, 2.60, 2.137, 2.160, 2.198, 2.302, 3.328, 3.377, 3.386, 3.417, 3.571, 4.75, 4.171, 5.88, 5.125, 5.142, 5.209, 5.277, 5.286, 5.346, 5.357, 5.411, 5.491, 6.1033, 6.1122, 6.197, 6.235, 6.345, 6.357, 6.445, 6.716, 6.799, 6.863, 6.887, 6.910, 6.946, 7.209, 7.234, 7.242, 7.273, 7.320, 7.350, 7.377, 7.488, 7.514, 7.525, 7.535, 8.201, 8.822, 10.179, 10.201, 10.279, 10.307, 10.317, 10.422, 10.681, 10.707, 10.782
BUT :   <ea>   or; and; but   --
1.36, 1.496, 6.132, 7.159, 7.390, 9.693, 9.755, 10.776
BUT :   <ok>   and, also; but, though   --
1.12, 1.14, 1.19, 1.51, 1.60, 1.69, 1.138, 1.153, 1.162, 1.170, 1.301, 1.342, 1.347, 1.349, 1.415, 1.436, 1.492, 2.9, 2.11, 2.18, 2.28, 2.30, 2.34, 2.57, 2.67, 2.71, 2.79, 2.108, 2.113, 2.122, 2.135, 2.141, 2.177, 2.206, 2.217, 2.226, 2.234, 2.246, 2.254, 2.256, 2.264, 2.288, 2.293, 2.308, 2.310, 2.319, 2.341, 2.343, 2.350, 2.354, 2.356, 2.362, 2.364, 2.388, 2.402, 2.408, 2.427, 2.433, 2.444, 2.459, 2.473, 3.11, 3.36, 3.39, 3.64, 3.75, 3.88, 3.93, 3.106, 3.129, 3.135, 3.176, 3.188, 3.194, 3.211, 3.222, 3.274, 3.291, 3.299, 3.304, 3.313, 3.359, 3.439, 3.461, 3.478, 3.501, 3.534, 3.541, 3.552, 3.559, 3.566, 4.12, 4.15, 4.19, 4.38, 4.40, 4.62, 4.70, 4.102, 4.120, 4.124, 4.153, 4.203, 4.206, 4.224, 4.235, 4.241, 4.257, 4.267, 4.273, 4.303, 4.327, 4.333, 4.340, 4.386, 4.390, 4.395, 4.406, 4.427, 4.431, 4.438, 4.448, 5.11, 5.32, 5.52, 5.158, 5.268, 5.378, 5.389, 5.393, 5.396, 6.29, 6.38, 6.53, 6.81, 6.1001, 6.1006, 6.101, 6.1024, 6.1070, 6.1105, 6.1109, 6.1166, 6.1171, 6.119, 6.1198, 6.1212, 6.1221, 6.1239, 6.1245, 6.1249, 6.1292, 6.1297, 6.1309, 6.1315, 6.1322, 6.1348, 6.161, 6.179, 6.206, 6.264, 6.289, 6.295, 6.304, 6.310, 6.333, 6.338, 6.355, 6.378, 6.383, 6.394, 6.439, 6.489, 6.499, 6.526, 6.530, 6.537, 6.551, 6.574, 6.587, 6.593, 6.626, 6.639, 6.645, 6.737, 6.745, 6.762, 6.785, 6.835, 6.848, 6.857, 6.935, 6.942, 6.956, 6.971, 6.999, 7.16, 7.21, 7.36, 7.44, 7.48, 7.82, 7.114, 7.118, 7.143, 7.192, 7.201, 7.204, 7.236, 7.241, 7.253, 7.260, 7.313, 7.335, 7.362, 7.371, 7.477, 7.496, 7.499, 7.553, 7.613, 7.630, 7.637, 7.674, 7.692, 7.698, 7.703, 8.150, 8.222, 8.226, 8.230, 8.292, 8.298, 8.384, 8.584, 8.659, 8.664, 8.744, 8.899, 8.939, 9.12, 9.178, 9.183, 9.190, 9.194, 9.213, 9.223, 9.268, 9.280, 9.321, 9.324, 9.327, 9.336, 9.348, 9.353, 9.357, 9.360, 9.367, 9.390, 9.433, 9.451, 9.455, 9.458, 9.484, 9.495, 9.528, 9.620, 9.684, 9.708, 9.745, 10.70, 10.75, 10.102, 10.112, 10.139, 10.164, 10.224, 10.252, 10.417, 10.440, 10.471, 10.559, 10.570, 10.667, 10.702, 10.813
BUTTON :   <kneppa (t)>   fasten, button; pull   --
3.462
BUY :   <kaupa>   buy; make a bargain   --
5.255
BY :   <auna (a)>   (impers.) fall out by fate   --
6.1128
BY :   <ekki>   not, by no means   --
5.130, 5.147, 6.1031, 6.1037, 6.1054, 6.1133, 6.236, 6.257, 6.282, 6.453, 6.462, 6.752, 6.841, 6.851, 6.890, 6.911, 7.617, 8.232
BY :   <festa (t)>   fasten; strengthen; learn by heart; bite, take effect on   --
7.618
BY :   <fjarri>   far, far off; by no means   --
6.694
BY :   <hj>   beside, at the side of; compared with; close by   --
4.17, 6.24, 6.343
BY :   <landaurar>   land-dues; a tax paid by Icelanders to the king upon arrival in Norway   --
1.457
BY :   <me>   with; by means of; among; along   --
2.89, 2.430, 3.239, 4.105, 6.1164, 6.1251, 6.582, 6.598, 7.70, 7.78, 7.194, 7.217, 7.254, 7.388, 7.393, 7.581, 8.293, 8.299, 8.439, 8.619, 8.660, 8.665, 10.140, 10.513
BY :   <nr>   near, close to, close by   --
10.735
BY :   <vi>   reaching to, against, with; towards, at; in exchange for; by; (together) with, close to; because of   --
1.38, 1.339, 2.211, 3.118, 3.282, 3.320, 3.380, 3.424, 3.436, 3.486, 3.519, 3.528, 4.100, 4.151, 4.305, 4.488, 5.362, 5.369, 5.424, 5.508, 6.1120, 6.178, 6.222, 6.571, 6.577, 6.892, 6.954, 7.66, 7.364, 7.707, 8.11, 8.165, 8.181, 8.325, 8.522, 10.228, 10.568
BY :   <>   on, upon; at, in; to, towards; by means of; during; in the manner of   --
1.74, 1.77, 1.125, 1.269, 1.282, 1.331, 1.399, 1.489, 2.188, 2.334, 2.338, 2.344, 2.367, 2.393, 2.399, 2.406, 3.34, 3.133, 3.268, 3.273, 3.306, 3.538, 3.545, 3.573, 4.79, 4.92, 4.107, 4.147, 4.222, 4.325, 4.392, 4.429, 4.436, 5.49, 5.80, 5.115, 5.164, 5.199, 5.310, 5.448, 6.22, 6.1004, 6.1028, 6.232, 6.352, 6.391, 6.589, 6.760, 7.620, 7.694, 8.144, 8.518, 8.655, 8.903, 8.908, 9.113, 9.174, 9.208, 9.264, 9.490, 9.587, 9.680, 9.741, 10.24, 10.49, 10.71
BYRNIE :   <albryniar>   all clad in mail, in a byrnie   --
7.145
CABIN :   <skutr>   back cabin   --
5.430
CALL :   <heita>   to call, name; promise; be called, be named   --
1.211, 6.1136, 6.123, 6.801, 7.603, 8.590, 9.189, 9.542, 9.582, 9.645, 10.356
CALL :   <kalla>   call, cry out; name; say, declare   --
1.261, 1.318, 1.456, 4.505, 5.184, 6.1172, 6.763, 6.795, 7.504, 8.373
CALL :   <nefna (d)>   name, call; mention   --
2.151
CALLED :   <heita>   to call, name; promise; be called, be named   --
1.211, 6.1136, 6.123, 6.801, 7.603, 8.590, 9.189, 9.542, 9.582, 9.645, 10.356
CAN :   <kn (kntta)>   can, be in a position to; may   --
9.725
CAN :   <mega>   be able to, can; may   --
1.353, 2.232, 3.385, 5.65, 6.1220, 7.180, 7.479, 8.501, 8.563, 8.752, 8.794, 8.851, 8.937, 9.493, 10.110
CANOPY :   <tjald>   tent, canopy; pavilion   --
8.598
CAPTURE :   <taka>   take, take hold of; seize, capture; take to oneself, undertake; choose; accept, receive; begin (with infin.); reach, touch, strike against; happen, come to pass   --
4.255, 4.432, 6.1184, 6.1346, 6.285, 6.332, 6.408, 6.521, 6.575, 6.705, 7.269, 7.382, 7.511, 7.607, 8.907
CARE :   <hira ()>   keep; mind, care   --
8.163, 8.743
CAREFUL :   <gtinn>   wary, careful   --
10.158
CARRY :   <bera>   bear, bring, carry; wear; give birth to; overcome; endure; bear (witness)   --
4.99, 5.414, 5.445, 6.1202, 6.1349, 6.290, 7.670, 8.583, 9.42, 9.629, 10.275, 10.303
CARVE :   <skera>   shear, cut; cut through; cut open, pierce; make incisions, carve   --
9.586
CAST :   <kasta (a)>   cast, throw   --
6.1240, 6.490, 6.592
CAST :   <verpa>   throw, cast   --
9.130
CASTLE :   <borg>   castle, fortress; funeral pyre   --
9.723
CASTLE :   <kastali>   castle   --
6.631
CATCH :   <fang>   grasp, hold; breast; wrestling, contest; catch; provisions   --
3.499
CATCH :   <f>   get, take; catch; have, make use of; put; give; receive; suffer; (with ppart.) be able to, get accomplished; (mid.) take place; struggle   --
3.435, 3.484, 4.347, 4.396, 5.23, 5.397, 6.1299, 6.259, 6.604, 6.828, 7.391, 8.113, 10.176
CATCH :   <nema>   take; take possession of; catch, strike against; amount to   --
1.388, 1.501, 3.550, 8.731, 8.747
CATTLE :   <f>   cattle; sheep; money; possessions   --
2.134, 2.205, 6.1071, 6.1123, 10.775
CAUSE :   <bani>   death; cause of death, slayer   --
6.1177, 6.605, 7.531, 7.538, 8.698, 8.713, 8.906, 10.755
CAUSE :   <lta>   put, place; let, allow; concede, yield; leave, leave off; lose; cause to be done, command; behave (as if); declare; sound   --
1.176, 1.343, 3.148, 5.287, 5.367, 6.1161, 6.502, 6.648, 8.174, 8.428
CAUSE :   <skynda (d)>   cause to hasten, hurry; (intr.) hasten   --
8.498
CAUSE :   <sk>   cause, reason; lawsuit, dispute; sake   --
2.468, 3.342, 5.36, 5.360, 8.207
CAVALRY :   <rei>   cavalry charge   --
7.691
CERTAIN :   <einn>   one; a certain, particular   --
2.279, 3.491, 4.11, 4.35, 4.404, 5.192, 5.291, 6.1064, 6.431, 6.642, 6.990, 7.148, 7.183, 7.384, 8.26, 8.139, 8.413, 8.425, 8.459, 10.591
CERTAIN :   <einnhverr>   a certain, some, any   --
4.65, 6.69, 6.931
CERTAIN :   <nakkvarr, nkkurr>   a, a certain; any   --
2.431, 3.184, 6.64, 6.1118, 6.298, 7.232, 7.298
CERTAIN :   <vss>   certain, wise   --
4.73, 5.454, 7.502
CERTAINLY :   <fast>   fast, strongly, hard; certainly   --
3.199, 3.221, 3.243, 3.279, 3.310, 3.335, 6.1290, 6.1317
CHAMPION :   <kappi>   champion, hero   --
6.1034, 6.386, 6.627
CHANCE :   <kostr>   choice, alternative; offer; chance, opportunity; money available; match, marriage; condition, quality; terms   --
7.272, 7.510
CHANCE :   <vera>   happen, come to pass; befall; chance to be; become   --
1.66, 1.369, 1.437, 2.114, 3.365, 4.74, 4.121, 4.294, 4.476, 5.64, 5.137, 6.1199, 6.247, 7.629, 7.693, 8.312, 8.383, 8.410, 8.556, 9.296, 9.585, 10.134, 10.170, 10.384, 10.385, 10.594, 10.626
CHARACTER :   <skap>   character   --
10.442
CHARACTERISTIC :   <eli>   nature, characteristic(s)   --
2.260, 2.280, 2.447
CHARACTERISTIC :   <nttra>   nature, characteristic quality, property   --
2.329, 2.381
CHARGE :   <rei>   cavalry charge   --
7.691
CHARIOT :   <rei>   chariot; riding   --
7.39
CHASM :   <gap>   gap, gaping, chasm   --
9.86
CHEERFUL :   <teitr>   cheerful, merry; frolicsome   --
9.236
CHIEF :   <goi>   chief (and priest)   --
1.165
CHIEF :   <hilmir>   chief, king   --
5.439, 8.872
CHIEF :   <hfingi>   chief, ruler   --
7.476, 7.506
CHILD :   <barn>   child   --
8.448, 9.599
CHILD :   <kind>   kind, child; baby; offspring, progeny, family, kin   --
9.10, 9.409
CHIMNEY :   <afl>   hearth, fireplace or chimney of a forge   --
9.217
CHOICE :   <kostr>   choice, alternative; offer; chance, opportunity; money available; match, marriage; condition, quality; terms   --
7.272, 7.510
CHOOSE :   <kisa>   choose, select; pick out something for someone, determine; acquire something for someone   --
9.597
CHOOSE :   <taka>   take, take hold of; seize, capture; take to oneself, undertake; choose; accept, receive; begin (with infin.); reach, touch, strike against; happen, come to pass   --
4.255, 4.432, 6.1184, 6.1346, 6.285, 6.332, 6.408, 6.521, 6.575, 6.705, 7.269, 7.382, 7.511, 7.607, 8.907
CHRIST :   <Kristr>   Christ   --
1.196
CHRISTIAN :   <Kristinn>   Christian   --
1.314
CHRISTMAS :   <jl>   Yule, midwinter heathen feast, later applied to Christmas   --
6.975
CHRISTMAS :   <jla-aptann>   Christmas Eve   --
6.1094
CLAD :   <albryniar>   all clad in mail, in a byrnie   --
7.145
CLAIM :   <eiga>   own, have, possess; have in marriage; have the power to; have claim to; have duty to   --
3.402, 3.422, 5.441, 8.412, 8.778, 8.898, 9.146, 9.154, 9.162, 9.508, 9.698, 10.232, 10.250, 10.540
CLAIM :   <heimta (mt)>   claim   --
10.398
CLASH :   <gnr>   clash, din   --
7.678
CLASH :   <hlkk>   clash; battle   --
7.672
CLASHING :   <brkon>   clashing   --
7.653
CLASP :   <spenna (t)>   span, clasp   --
3.305
CLEAR :   <heir>   bright, clear; Bright   --
9.643
CLEAR :   <skrr>   clear, manifest   --
1.478
CLEVER :   <mealsnotr>   moderately wise, clever   --
10.639
CLEVER :   <slgr>   clever, crafty   --
4.500
CLEVER :   <snjallr>   clever in speech, eloquent; brave   --
7.417
CLEVER :   <snotr>   wise, clever   --
10.141, 10.514, 10.645
CLIMB :   <hlaupa>   leap, spring, climb; mount; run   --
3.294, 3.495, 4.220
CLOAK :   <feldr>   cloak   --
3.197, 3.225, 3.255
CLOAK :   <heinn>   fur cloak, coat   --
10.759
CLOSE :   <hj>   beside, at the side of; compared with; close by   --
4.17, 6.24, 6.343
CLOSE :   <nr>   near, close to, close by   --
10.735
CLOSE :   <vi>   reaching to, against, with; towards, at; in exchange for; by; (together) with, close to; because of   --
1.38, 1.339, 2.211, 3.118, 3.282, 3.320, 3.380, 3.424, 3.436, 3.486, 3.519, 3.528, 4.100, 4.151, 4.305, 4.488, 5.362, 5.369, 5.424, 5.508, 6.1120, 6.178, 6.222, 6.571, 6.577, 6.892, 6.954, 7.66, 7.364, 7.707, 8.11, 8.165, 8.181, 8.325, 8.522, 10.228, 10.568
CLOTH :   <skr>   cloth, stuff; mailcoat   --
7.590
CLOTH :   <v>   cloth; (pl.) clothes   --
10.76
CLOTHES :   <v>   cloth; (pl.) clothes   --
10.76
COAT :   <brynja>   coat of mail   --
7.604, 8.294, 8.666, 8.694
COAT :   <heinn>   fur cloak, coat   --
10.759
COIL :   <baugr>   ring; coil   --
8.119
COLD :   <kala>   be cold, become cold, freeze   --
10.73
COLD :   <svalr>   cool, cold   --
9.79
COLDLY :   <seint>   slowly; coldly   --
3.105
COLOR :   <Vitr>   Vit, Color   --
9.356
COLOR :   <f ()>   color   --
10.814
COLOR :   <litr>   looks, appearance; color(ing)   --
9.517, 9.529
COME :   <koma>   come, arrive; reach; obtain; occur   --
1.267, 2.26, 2.109, 2.171, 3.111, 3.412, 3.468, 4.52, 4.230, 4.391, 4.422, 5.111, 6.13, 6.85, 6.1036, 6.1093, 6.231, 6.472, 6.619, 6.636, 6.673, 6.993, 7.446, 7.704, 8.30, 8.242, 9.246, 9.479, 9.549, 9.569, 9.649, 10.39, 10.69, 10.100, 10.166, 10.195, 10.481, 10.537
COME :   <taka>   take, take hold of; seize, capture; take to oneself, undertake; choose; accept, receive; begin (with infin.); reach, touch, strike against; happen, come to pass   --
4.255, 4.432, 6.1184, 6.1346, 6.285, 6.332, 6.408, 6.521, 6.575, 6.705, 7.269, 7.382, 7.511, 7.607, 8.907
COME :   <vera>   happen, come to pass; befall; chance to be; become   --
1.66, 1.369, 1.437, 2.114, 3.365, 4.74, 4.121, 4.294, 4.476, 5.64, 5.137, 6.1199, 6.247, 7.629, 7.693, 8.312, 8.383, 8.410, 8.556, 9.296, 9.585, 10.134, 10.170, 10.384, 10.385, 10.594, 10.626
COMFORTABLE :   <hgr>   comfortable; suitable, expedient; docile, affable; skilful, agile   --
9.136
COMMAND :   <bja>   offer, provide; command, summon   --
5.438, 6.1146, 6.808, 7.229, 7.246, 7.278, 7.492, 7.656, 8.102
COMMAND :   <lta>   put, place; let, allow; concede, yield; leave, leave off; lose; cause to be done, command; behave (as if); declare; sound   --
1.176, 1.343, 3.148, 5.287, 5.367, 6.1161, 6.502, 6.648, 8.174, 8.428
COMMANDMENT :   <boor>   commandment   --
2.70
COMMEND :   <fela>   hide; make over, commend   --
8.359
COMMON :   <mannvit>   human intelligence, common sense   --
10.180, 10.281, 10.309, 10.783
COMPANION :   <sinni>   companion   --
9.132
COMPARED :   <hj>   beside, at the side of; compared with; close by   --
4.17, 6.24, 6.343
COMPENSATION :   <bt>   compensation, atonement   --
6.806
COMPENSATION :   <gildi>   recompense, return; payment due, tribute, offerings or compensation   --
9.697
COMPENSATION :   <gjalda>   repay, requite; pay compensation; give something as recompense for something; atone or pay for   --
9.692
COMPENSATION :   <sm, smd>   honor; redress, compensation   --
6.886, 7.389
COMPETITION :   <kapp>   contest, competition; spirit, ardour, courage   --
5.307
COMPLETE :   <fylla (d)>   fill; complete; increase   --
7.372
COMPLEX :   <salr>   ground; hall; (pl.) a complex dwelling   --
8.685, 9.114, 9.145, 9.417
COMPOSE :   <gra>   make, build; write, compose   --
1.6, 1.477, 4.297, 4.362, 5.330, 5.368, 6.1141, 6.1167, 6.134, 6.139, 6.185, 6.721, 6.824, 6.976, 7.632, 8.806, 9.225, 9.306, 10.811
CONCEAL :   <leyna (d)>   conceal   --
6.1155, 7.174, 7.442, 8.634
CONCEDE :   <lta>   put, place; let, allow; concede, yield; leave, leave off; lose; cause to be done, command; behave (as if); declare; sound   --
1.176, 1.343, 3.148, 5.287, 5.367, 6.1161, 6.502, 6.648, 8.174, 8.428
CONCEIT :   <dul>   reserve, folly; conceit   --
10.790
CONCERNING :   <af>   out of, from; with; concerning; because of   --
2.145, 2.366, 2.418, 3.13, 3.62, 3.445, 4.9, 4.128, 4.295, 4.330, 4.398, 7.47, 7.90, 7.299, 7.305, 7.532, 10.420
CONCERNING :   <at>   to, towards, against; at, in; from; according to; regarding; concerning; after   --
1.34, 1.96, 1.136, 1.218, 1.351, 1.450, 2.268, 2.298, 2.442, 3.16, 3.331, 3.411, 3.421, 3.434, 3.448, 3.464, 3.529, 3.532, 4.53, 4.140, 4.195, 4.201, 4.210, 4.227, 4.232, 4.239, 4.259, 4.271, 4.291, 4.349, 4.453, 4.492, 5.28, 5.44, 5.55, 5.131, 5.160, 5.185, 5.214, 5.236, 5.264, 5.275, 5.284, 5.313, 5.329, 5.336, 5.473, 6.32, 6.1115, 6.1140, 6.1201, 6.1258, 6.215, 6.307, 6.432, 6.456, 6.471, 6.547, 6.706, 6.720, 6.740, 6.792, 6.844, 6.884, 6.962, 6.974, 7.126, 7.173, 7.529, 7.592, 7.658, 8.14, 8.72, 8.105, 8.111, 8.243, 8.318, 8.379, 8.443, 8.463, 8.490, 8.496, 8.633, 8.781, 8.947, 9.197, 9.487, 10.19, 10.132, 10.150, 10.159, 10.278, 10.306, 10.316, 10.387, 10.444, 10.473, 10.479, 10.535, 10.563, 10.651, 10.739, 10.804
CONCERNING :   <fr>   from; concerning   --
1.110, 1.412, 1.502, 2.25, 2.110, 2.167, 3.357, 4.275, 4.311, 4.374, 5.67, 6.1196, 8.197, 9.416
CONCERNING :   <of>   over; across, through; around, about; concerning; because of; for   --
1.44, 5.409, 5.419, 5.443, 5.462, 5.482, 5.486, 5.496, 5.513, 5.528, 8.169, 8.652, 10.397, 10.553, 10.726
CONCERNING :   <til>   in; of, concerning; on; as, for, to obtain; until, to, up to the time   --
1.222, 1.378, 2.300, 2.315, 2.477, 3.65, 3.151, 4.338, 4.388, 4.494, 5.112, 5.155, 5.327, 5.361, 6.10, 6.14, 6.100, 6.1176, 6.1183, 6.1326, 6.159, 6.296, 6.325, 6.407, 6.497, 6.541, 6.556, 6.637, 6.765, 6.822, 6.904, 7.342, 7.411, 8.34, 8.47, 8.194, 8.228, 8.239, 8.502, 8.551, 8.682, 8.869, 9.410, 9.421, 9.647, 10.98, 10.168, 10.193, 10.344
CONCERNING :   <um>   over, across; through, throughout; round, about; concerning   --
2.36, 2.179, 3.9, 3.158, 3.163, 3.301, 4.245, 5.34, 5.258, 6.1139, 6.1158, 6.194, 6.494, 6.681, 6.734, 7.370, 8.206, 8.465, 8.495, 9.28, 9.41, 9.103, 9.137, 9.179, 9.186, 9.269, 9.295, 9.305, 9.370, 9.685, 9.711, 9.746, 10.10, 10.13, 10.53, 10.83, 10.105, 10.221, 10.249, 10.428, 10.468, 10.507, 10.571
CONCOCT :   <lesa>   express, concoct   --
10.510
CONDITION :   <far>   track, subject; conduct, deeds; condition   --
1.47, 5.420
CONDITION :   <kostr>   choice, alternative; offer; chance, opportunity; money available; match, marriage; condition, quality; terms   --
7.272, 7.510
CONDITION :   <standa>   stand (firm); get up; take up a position; be in a place; remain valid; be in a specified condition; trend, flow; weigh   --
3.509, 4.403, 6.1319, 7.20, 7.265, 7.554, 8.225, 8.469, 8.536, 9.541, 9.555, 9.580, 10.733
CONDUCT :   <far>   track, subject; conduct, deeds; condition   --
1.47, 5.420
CONJURE :   <vitta (tt)>   enchant, conjure   --
9.652
CONSECRATE :   <vgja ()>   hallow, consecrate; lay a spell on   --
8.609
CONSIDER :   <hugsa (a)>   consider, think over; determine   --
2.244
CONSIDER :   <tla (a)>   think, consider (to be); expect, look for; intend (to do)   --
3.314, 3.410, 4.225, 6.1062, 6.244, 6.554
CONSTRUCT :   <timbra (a)>   timber, build, construct   --
9.216
CONTEND :   <deila (d)>   divide; distinguishk quarrel, contend   --
8.886
CONTENTED :   <una>   be contented; enjoy   --
8.900
CONTEST :   <fang>   grasp, hold; breast; wrestling, contest; catch; provisions   --
3.499
CONTEST :   <kapp>   contest, competition; spirit, ardour, courage   --
5.307
CONTINUOUS :   <fastr>   firm, fast; hard, severe; continuous   --
6.1279
CONTRARY :   <verr>   athwart; adverse, contrary   --
6.495
CONTROL :   <vald>   power, control   --
5.200, 7.498
CONVERSATION :   <or>   word; speech, conversation   --
10.111
CONVERSATION :   <tal>   enumeration, list; conversation   --
9.467
CONVERSE :   <tala (a)>   talk, speak; (recip.) discuss, converse   --
1.139, 8.182
COOL :   <svalr>   cool, cold   --
9.79
CORNER :   <horn>   horn; drinking horn; corner   --
6.67
CORPSE :   <Mr>   Mar, Corpse   --
9.359
CORPSE :   <nr>   corpse   --
10.712
CORRECT :   <rttr>   right, correct; just, fair; unswerving; direct   --
6.594, 9.369
COSTLY :   <hnoss>   costly thing, ornament   --
8.117
COUNCIL :   <rcstll>   judgement or council seat   --
9.175, 9.265, 9.681, 9.742
COUNSEL :   <r>   advice, counsel; expedient, means; plan; agreement   --
4.495, 7.385, 10.258
COUNSEL :   <ra>   advise, counsel; discuss; plot; set, arrange; decide; govern; prevail; have to deal with; go, take one's way   --
3.189, 8.688
COUNSEL-SHARP :   <Rsvir>   Rathsvith, Counsel-sharp   --
9.368
COUNT :   <aldartal>   count of time, age   --
2.443
COUNT :   <telja (tala)>   reckon, count; trace; number, enumerate; recount; declare   --
2.474, 9.198, 9.371, 9.412
COURAGE :   <drengskapr>   nobility, courage   --
5.27
COURAGE :   <frami>   advancement, benefit, profit; luck; courage, ability; growth, success, fame   --
10.55
COURAGE :   <kapp>   contest, competition; spirit, ardour, courage   --
5.307
COURT :   <garr>   fence; enclosure, court, farmyard; dwelling-place   --
10.373
COURTEOUSLY :   <kurteisliga>   courteously, with dignity   --
6.788
COURTYARD :   <tn>   courtyard, (enclosed) field; home meadow; (pl.) farmstead; abode   --
9.235
COURTYARDS :   <heimisgarar>   (pl.) courtyards of a house, homestead(s), premises   --
10.167
COVER :   <hlf>   cover, shelter; shield   --
5.509, 8.695
COVER :   <hula>   cover, sheath   --
8.904
COW :   <kr>   cow   --
10.672
CRACK :   <braka (a)>   crack, creak   --
3.44
CRAFTY :   <slgr>   clever, crafty   --
4.500
CRASHING :   <hlm>   crashing sound   --
5.507
CREAK :   <braka (a)>   crack, creak   --
3.44
CREATE :   <skapa (a)>   create; make, shape; determine   --
2.7
CREATE :   <skepia (skp, skapa)>   make, create; pronounce, impose, decree   --
9.109, 9.222, 9.276
CREATOR :   <skapari>   creator   --
2.189
CREATURE :   <kvikvendi>   living being, creature; animals   --
2.81, 2.410, 2.458
CREEP :   <krjpa>   creep, crouch   --
7.648
CROSS-BEAM :   <vertr>   cross-beam   --
3.134
CROSS-PIECE :   <uppdyri>   upper cross-piece of doorway, lintel   --
3.551
CROUCH :   <krjpa>   creep, crouch   --
7.648
CROWD :   <drfa>   drive; crowd, throng; rush   --
6.379
CROZIER :   <bagall>   episcopal staff, crozier   --
1.350
CRY :   <kalla>   call, cry out; name; say, declare   --
1.261, 1.318, 1.456, 4.505, 5.184, 6.1172, 6.763, 6.795, 7.504, 8.373
CRY :   <kvea>   say, declare; utter, say in verse; recite; utter a cry   --
5.394, 6.1222, 6.175, 6.786, 7.565, 7.638, 8.24, 8.43, 8.70, 8.100, 8.131, 8.162, 8.247, 8.423, 8.471, 8.545, 8.607, 8.644, 8.678, 8.707, 8.773, 8.804, 8.834, 8.895, 8.958, 10.333
CRY :   <pa (t)>   cry out   --
6.1215
CULDEE :   <papi>   Irish monk, Culdee   --
1.319
CURSES :   <feikinstafir>   (pl.) curses   --
8.376
CURVE :   <bughr>   curve   --
7.662
CUSTOM :   <vandi>   custom, habit   --
6.488, 6.703
CUT :   <bta>   bite, cut   --
6.1030
CUT :   <opna (a)>   (cut) open   --
2.387
CUT :   <rta>   cut runes; write   --
1.198
CUT :   <skera>   shear, cut; cut through; cut open, pierce; make incisions, carve   --
9.586
DALE :   <dalr>   dale, dell, valley   --
2.305, 9.553
DAMAGE :   <hata (a)>   damage, destroy   --
8.693
DAMAGE :   <skai>   damage, loss   --
5.332, 6.1027
DAMP :   <aurvangar>   damp or muddy fields   --
9.419
DANGER :   <hski>   danger, harm   --
6.1119
DANGEROUS :   <httr>   dangerous   --
8.696
DARE :   <ora ()>   dare   --
6.1255, 8.728
DARING :   <djarfr>   bold, daring   --
6.403
DARK :   <myrkr (van)>   dark   --
8.141
DAUGHTER :   <Snorradttir>   daughter of Snorri   --
1.164
DAUGHTER :   <dttir>   daughter   --
8.262, 8.371, 8.554, 8.928
DAY :   <dagr>   day   --
1.126, 9.192
DEAD :   <daur>   dead   --
4.184, 6.1328, 6.1354, 8.389, 8.612, 8.618
DEAF :   <daufr>   deaf   --
10.700
DEAL :   <mta (tt)>   meet; deal with; (mid.) join, meet   --
5.242, 7.668
DEAL :   <ra>   advise, counsel; discuss; plot; set, arrange; decide; govern; prevail; have to deal with; go, take one's way   --
3.189, 8.688
DEALINGS :   <skipti>   (pl.) dealings   --
5.61
DEAR :   <drr>   dear, expensive; precious   --
5.254, 8.357
DEATH :   <bani>   death; cause of death, slayer   --
6.1177, 6.605, 7.531, 7.538, 8.698, 8.713, 8.906, 10.755
DEATH :   <daur>   death   --
10.684
DEATH :   <duaror>   tidings of death   --
7.457
DEATH :   <leifa ()>   leave after death   --
8.949
DEATH-PROCLAIMING :   <vgspr>   death-proclaiming   --
9.727
DECAYED :   <finn>   rotten, decayed   --
8.623
DECEITFUL :   <flrr>   false, deceitful   --
8.841
DECEIVE :   <dylja (duli)>   keep on in ignorance of; (mid.) deceive oneself   --
5.132
DECIDE :   <ra>   advise, counsel; discuss; plot; set, arrange; decide; govern; prevail; have to deal with; go, take one's way   --
3.189, 8.688
DECIDE :   <skipta (t)>   divide, share; exchange; decide   --
5.337
DECLARE :   <kalla>   call, cry out; name; say, declare   --
1.261, 1.318, 1.456, 4.505, 5.184, 6.1172, 6.763, 6.795, 7.504, 8.373
DECLARE :   <kvea>   say, declare; utter, say in verse; recite; utter a cry   --
5.394, 6.1222, 6.175, 6.786, 7.565, 7.638, 8.24, 8.43, 8.70, 8.100, 8.131, 8.162, 8.247, 8.423, 8.471, 8.545, 8.607, 8.644, 8.678, 8.707, 8.773, 8.804, 8.834, 8.895, 8.958, 10.333
DECLARE :   <lta>   put, place; let, allow; concede, yield; leave, leave off; lose; cause to be done, command; behave (as if); declare; sound   --
1.176, 1.343, 3.148, 5.287, 5.367, 6.1161, 6.502, 6.648, 8.174, 8.428
DECLARE :   <telja (tala)>   reckon, count; trace; number, enumerate; recount; declare   --
2.474, 9.198, 9.371, 9.412
DECREE :   <skepia (skp, skapa)>   make, create; pronounce, impose, decree   --
9.109, 9.222, 9.276
DEEDS :   <far>   track, subject; conduct, deeds; condition   --
1.47, 5.420
DEEP :   <digr>   big, stout; thick; deep   --
1.476
DEEP :   <djpr>   deep   --
2.304
DEFEND :   <verja (vari)>   defend, protect   --
4.204
DEFENSE :   <virtaca>   reception, defense   --
7.696
DELAYED :   <dveljask (dvalisk)>   stay; be delayed   --
6.858
DELAYER :   <Dvalinn>   Dvalin, Delayer   --
8.354, 9.330, 9.406
DELIGHT :   <angan>   delight, joy   --
9.666
DELL :   <dalr>   dale, dell, valley   --
2.305, 9.553
DELUDED :   <villhyggjandi>   bewildered, deluded   --
8.386
DENY :   <neita (tt)>   refuse, deny   --
6.842
DENY :   <spara (, a)>   spare; grudge, deny   --
6.889
DENY :   <synja (a)>   refuse, deny   --
8.795
DEPART :   <fararleyfi>   leave to depart   --
5.33
DEPOPULATION :   <landaun>   depopulation   --
1.387
DEPRESSED :   <ktr>   depressed, gloomy   --
6.978
DESCENDANTS :   <langniiar>   (pl.) long line of forefathers or long line of descendants   --
9.466
DESIRE :   <fsa (t)>   urge, encourage; (impers.) desire   --
8.963
DESIRE :   <girnd>   desire   --
2.65
DESIRE :   <vili>   will, desire, disposition   --
5.157
DESTINY :   <rlg>   (pl.) destiny, fate; war   --
9.600
DESTROY :   <brjta>   (trans.) break, destroy; distribute; (mid.) exert oneself   --
3.441, 9.720
DESTROY :   <hata (a)>   damage, destroy   --
8.693
DESTROY :   <spilla (t)>   destroy, spoil   --
8.568, 8.856
DESTROYER :   <herr>   harrier, destroyer   --
10.751
DESTRUCTION :   <l>   harm, destruction, misfortune   --
9.753
DETAIL :   <grein>   branch, division; particular, detail   --
2.228
DETAILS :   <deili>   (pl.) details   --
2.186
DETERMINE :   <hugsa (a)>   consider, think over; determine   --
2.244
DETERMINE :   <kisa>   choose, select; pick out something for someone, determine; acquire something for someone   --
9.597
DETERMINE :   <skapa (a)>   create; make, shape; determine   --
2.7
DEW :   <dgg>   (sg. and pl.) dew   --
9.550
DIE :   <deyja>   die, pass away   --
2.465, 7.386
DIFFERENT :   <lkr>   unlike, unlike to, different from   --
2.267
DIFFICULT :   <illr>   bad, evil; ugly, unpleasing; difficult   --
3.419, 6.416, 6.430, 6.702, 8.380, 9.667, 10.257
DIFFICULT :   <dll>   difficult, overbearing   --
6.953, 10.226
DIG :   <grafa>   dig; engrave, inlay   --
2.284, 2.299, 2.389, 8.397, 8.657
DIGNITY :   <kurteisliga>   courteously, with dignity   --
6.788
DIN :   <gnr>   clash, din   --
7.678
DIRE :   <urr>   weird, (dire) fate; undoing, ruin; (pl.) fates, powers of fate; (name of a norn)   --
9.559, 9.581
DIRECT :   <hvrt>   whether; (introduces direct question); however   --
4.57, 4.155, 6.662, 7.154, 9.688
DIRECT :   <rttr>   right, correct; just, fair; unswerving; direct   --
6.594, 9.369
DIRECT :   <setja>   set, place, put; seat; set up; establish; endow; direct; hurl; adorn   --
4.77, 6.51, 6.340, 6.390, 6.570, 6.588, 6.937, 7.701
DIRECT :   <stra ()>   steer, direct; wield; own   --
6.1175
DIRECTION :   <tt>   direction, region; family, line; stock, tribe; ancestry   --
2.23, 2.112, 2.475, 8.564, 8.852, 9.756
DISBAND :   <skilja (, d)>   divide, separate; disband; understand, perceive   --
1.354, 1.414, 2.222, 2.420, 6.361, 6.852, 7.363
DISCOVER :   <finna>   find, meet; discover; notice; invent   --
2.181, 5.463, 7.179, 9.82, 9.489, 10.504, 10.533, 10.603
DISCUSS :   <ra>   advise, counsel; discuss; plot; set, arrange; decide; govern; prevail; have to deal with; go, take one's way   --
3.189, 8.688
DISCUSS :   <tala (a)>   talk, speak; (recip.) discuss, converse   --
1.139, 8.182
DISEASE :   <mein>   harm, hurt, injury, pain; disease, plague   --
8.917
DISGRACE :   <svviring>   disgrace   --
7.237
DISGRACE :   <viring>   disgrace   --
6.715
DISORDER :   <rta (a)>   throw into disorder, upset   --
6.201
DISPENSER :   <mjtur>   dispenser of fate   --
8.916
DISPOSITION :   <ge>   disposition; mind; wits; sense; inclination   --
10.160, 10.345, 10.364, 10.401, 10.565, 10.621
DISPOSITION :   <lag>   lay, order, disposition; (pl.) preordained fate   --
9.593
DISPOSITION :   <vili>   will, desire, disposition   --
5.157
DISPOSITION :   <i>   disposition   --
10.106
DISPUTE :   <sk>   cause, reason; lawsuit, dispute; sake   --
2.468, 3.342, 5.36, 5.360, 8.207
DISSUADE :   <letja (latti)>   hinder, dissuade   --
8.112
DISTINGUISHED :   <mikilligr>   imposing, of distinguished appearance   --
6.634
DISTINGUISHK :   <deila (d)>   divide; distinguishk quarrel, contend   --
8.886
DISTRESS :   <nau(r)>   distress, harm; poverty   --
6.557
DISTRIBUTE :   <brjta>   (trans.) break, destroy; distribute; (mid.) exert oneself   --
3.441, 9.720
DISTRIBUTE :   <mila (a)>   share out, distribute   --
2.215
DIVERSE :   <jafnask (a)>   become unequal, diverse   --
2.52
DIVIDE :   <deila (d)>   divide; distinguishk quarrel, contend   --
8.886
DIVIDE :   <skilja (, d)>   divide, separate; disband; understand, perceive   --
1.354, 1.414, 2.222, 2.420, 6.361, 6.852, 7.363
DIVIDE :   <skipta (t)>   divide, share; exchange; decide   --
5.337
DIVINE :   <reginkunnr>   of divine origin   --
10.808
DIVISION :   <grein>   branch, division; particular, detail   --
2.228
DO :   <gera ()>   do, perform; act; make, build; finish   --
2.144
DO :   <geta>   get, obtain; engender; (with ppart.) be able to, get done; (with infin.) happen to (do); be obtainable; guess, suppose; relate, tell of   --
3.311, 3.388, 4.207, 4.236, 4.268, 5.483, 8.578, 10.109, 10.222, 10.670, 10.774
DO :   <vinna>   work, perform, do (with ppart.)   --
5.453
DO :   <tla (a)>   think, consider (to be); expect, look for; intend (to do)   --
3.314, 3.410, 4.225, 6.1062, 6.244, 6.554
DOCILE :   <hgr>   comfortable; suitable, expedient; docile, affable; skilful, agile   --
9.136
DOG :   <bikkja>   bitch, dog   --
6.1236
DOLGTHRASIR :   <Dlgrasir>   Dolgthrasir   --
9.434
DONE :   <geta>   get, obtain; engender; (with ppart.) be able to, get done; (with infin.) happen to (do); be obtainable; guess, suppose; relate, tell of   --
3.311, 3.388, 4.207, 4.236, 4.268, 5.483, 8.578, 10.109, 10.222, 10.670, 10.774
DONE :   <grr (van)>   made, built; done; ready; sent; done for, finished off   --
4.8, 4.211, 4.240, 4.272, 6.1025, 6.211, 6.400
DONE :   <lta>   put, place; let, allow; concede, yield; leave, leave off; lose; cause to be done, command; behave (as if); declare; sound   --
1.176, 1.343, 3.148, 5.287, 5.367, 6.1161, 6.502, 6.648, 8.174, 8.428
DONE :   <vera>   be; stay; be done; happen   --
1.71, 1.89, 1.94, 1.168, 1.191, 1.199, 1.216, 1.228, 1.259, 1.294, 1.311, 1.337, 1.357, 1.411, 1.428, 1.432, 1.449, 1.455, 2.24, 2.54, 2.88, 2.126, 2.212, 2.265, 2.278, 2.283, 2.307, 2.314, 2.330, 2.353, 2.378, 2.386, 2.398, 2.425, 2.439, 3.30, 3.59, 3.78, 3.164, 3.423, 3.432, 4.7, 4.61, 4.156, 4.178, 4.304, 4.328, 4.341, 4.412, 4.428, 4.446, 4.489, 4.504, 5.25, 5.85, 5.170, 5.262, 5.328, 5.335, 5.348, 5.359, 5.417, 6.39, 6.57, 6.94, 6.1042, 6.105, 6.1055, 6.1076, 6.1080, 6.1103, 6.116, 6.1205, 6.1278, 6.128, 6.154, 6.237, 6.301, 6.347, 6.389, 6.475, 6.516, 6.535, 6.635, 6.665, 6.669, 6.711, 6.773, 6.832, 6.845, 6.948, 6.957, 7.51, 7.72, 7.105, 7.116, 7.120, 7.125, 7.151, 7.155, 7.171, 7.230, 7.244, 7.248, 7.258, 7.318, 7.414, 7.423, 7.439, 7.444, 7.468, 7.478, 7.500, 7.521, 7.527, 7.548, 7.627, 7.700, 8.25, 8.58, 8.75, 8.79, 8.88, 8.143, 8.190, 8.311, 8.338, 8.382, 8.442, 8.457, 8.461, 8.481, 8.486, 8.493, 8.715, 8.775, 8.839, 8.871, 8.911, 8.914, 9.68, 9.74, 9.87, 9.117, 9.237, 9.238, 9.292, 9.403, 9.431, 9.664, 9.714, 9.721, 10.18, 10.37, 10.45, 10.64, 10.68, 10.77, 10.94, 10.122, 10.129, 10.156, 10.217, 10.227, 10.245, 10.280, 10.291, 10.308, 10.318, 10.328, 10.371, 10.392, 10.455, 10.476, 10.483, 10.486, 10.499, 10.528, 10.551, 10.561, 10.586, 10.605, 10.620, 10.629, 10.646, 10.648, 10.665, 10.683, 10.705, 10.709, 10.721, 10.724, 10.749, 10.753, 10.756, 10.799
DOOR :   <dyrr>   door, doorway   --
3.66, 3.114, 3.511, 3.546, 8.535, 8.669, 10.686
DOOR :   <hur>   door   --
3.80
DOOR :   <sk>   block of wood; wooden tablet or stave; one of the boards forming a door frame   --
9.588
DOOR-OPENING :   <gtt>   door-opening   --
10.5
DOORWAY :   <dyrr>   door, doorway   --
3.66, 3.114, 3.511, 3.546, 8.535, 8.669, 10.686
DOORWAY :   <uppdyri>   upper cross-piece of doorway, lintel   --
3.551
DOWN :   <falla>   fall, fall down; flow; be slain   --
2.347, 2.365, 3.562, 4.181, 7.40, 9.554
DOWN :   <leggja>   lay, place, put; put down, lay down; move, bring; thrust, throw; make; give   --
1.279, 3.130, 3.330, 4.103, 4.493, 5.266, 5.282, 5.308, 5.342, 6.1310, 9.218, 9.594
DOWN :   <liggja>   be situated; lie (down); be slain   --
3.174, 3.185, 4.322, 4.435, 4.487, 5.497, 5.529, 6.92, 6.1247, 6.1344, 6.1353, 7.589, 8.617, 8.708
DOWN :   <nir>   down   --
4.78, 4.183, 6.1242, 6.1329, 6.941, 8.400
DOWN :   <niri>   down; below   --
7.594
DOWN :   <ofan>   from above, down; southwards   --
3.61, 3.575, 4.127, 7.608
DOWN :   <undan>   from under; away; (thrown) down   --
3.353
DRAUGHT :   <drykkr>   draught, drink   --
6.525
DRAUPNIR :   <Draupnir>   Draupnir   --
9.432
DRAW :   <brega>   move quickly; throw; draw (sword)   --
6.1285, 6.1301
DRAW :   <draga>   draw, haul   --
3.390, 3.530, 5.421
DRAW :   <skipa (a)>   array, draw up; assign (a seat); put in order; set; occupy   --
6.1059, 6.836, 6.915, 6.949, 7.22
DRAWS :   <kvelda (a)>   (impers.) evening draws in   --
6.377
DREAD :   <tti>   fear, dread   --
6.609
DRINK :   <drekka>   drink   --
6.1362, 10.342
DRINK :   <drykkr>   draught, drink   --
6.525
DRINKING :   <horn>   horn; drinking horn; corner   --
6.67
DRINKING :   <ofdrykkja>   excessive drinking, over-drinking   --
10.319
DRIVE :   <drfa>   drive; crowd, throng; rush   --
6.379
DRIVE :   <reka>   drive   --
10.698
DROP :   <detta>   drop, fall   --
6.1323
DROWN :   <drekkja (kt)>   drown (dat.)   --
2.74
DRUNK :   <ofrlvi>   excessively drunk   --
10.386
DRUNK :   <lr>   drunk (on ale)   --
10.382
DUE :   <gildi>   recompense, return; payment due, tribute, offerings or compensation   --
9.697
DURIN :   <Durinn>   Durin   --
9.300, 9.311
DURING :   <>   on, upon; at, in; to, towards; by means of; during; in the manner of   --
1.74, 1.77, 1.125, 1.269, 1.282, 1.331, 1.399, 1.489, 2.188, 2.334, 2.338, 2.344, 2.367, 2.393, 2.399, 2.406, 3.34, 3.133, 3.268, 3.273, 3.306, 3.538, 3.545, 3.573, 4.79, 4.92, 4.107, 4.147, 4.222, 4.325, 4.392, 4.429, 4.436, 5.49, 5.80, 5.115, 5.164, 5.199, 5.310, 5.448, 6.22, 6.1004, 6.1028, 6.232, 6.352, 6.391, 6.589, 6.760, 7.620, 7.694, 8.144, 8.518, 8.655, 8.903, 8.908, 9.113, 9.174, 9.208, 9.264, 9.490, 9.587, 9.680, 9.741, 10.24, 10.49, 10.71
DURING :   <>   in, within; among; during; into, onto   --
1.90, 1.133, 1.200, 1.233, 1.249, 1.291, 1.298, 2.77, 2.86, 2.213, 2.261, 2.285, 2.303, 2.317, 2.446, 3.7, 3.45, 3.113, 3.186, 3.196, 3.209, 3.217, 3.233, 3.238, 3.253, 3.256, 3.292, 3.354, 3.443, 3.460, 3.469, 3.498, 3.505, 3.510, 3.555, 4.33, 4.36, 4.260, 4.276, 5.104, 5.106, 5.133, 6.36, 6.66, 6.68, 6.106, 6.1107, 6.1117, 6.1156, 6.1194, 6.1243, 6.1280, 6.1295, 6.1320, 6.202, 6.302, 6.381, 6.442, 6.454, 6.596, 6.630, 6.713, 6.930, 6.944, 6.996, 7.37, 7.157, 7.239, 7.556, 7.578, 7.609, 7.661, 7.677, 8.9, 8.28, 8.204, 8.328, 8.345, 8.432, 8.487, 8.534, 8.621, 8.729, 8.745, 8.782, 8.874, 8.912, 8.966, 8.975, 9.234, 9.405, 9.552, 9.614, 9.621, 9.709, 9.718, 10.236, 10.287, 10.372, 10.758, 10.789
DUTY :   <eiga>   own, have, possess; have in marriage; have the power to; have claim to; have duty to   --
3.402, 3.422, 5.441, 8.412, 8.778, 8.898, 9.146, 9.154, 9.162, 9.508, 9.698, 10.232, 10.250, 10.540
DUTY :   <kv>   duty   --
5.444
DVALIN :   <Dvalinn>   Dvalin, Delayer   --
8.354, 9.330, 9.406
DWARF :   <dvergr>   dwarf   --
8.273, 8.629, 9.274, 9.297, 9.307, 9.365, 9.404
DWELL :   <byggja (g)>   dwell, settle; build, inhabit   --
1.121, 1.247, 2.107, 2.123, 9.73
DWELLING :   <byg>   dwelling, settlement   --
1.112
DWELLING :   <salr>   ground; hall; (pl.) a complex dwelling   --
8.685, 9.114, 9.145, 9.417
DWELLING :   <star>   place, spot, dwelling; part; way, respect   --
6.70, 6.932, 9.153, 10.289
DWELLING-PLACE :   <garr>   fence; enclosure, court, farmyard; dwelling-place   --
10.373
DWELLS :   <viia>   'she who dwells in the wood', witch, giantess   --
9.54
E. :   <hjalmstallr>   the support of the helmet, i.e. the head   --
7.676
E. :   <valtigr>   hawk's ground, i.e. the arm   --
7.652
E. :   <rlglauss>   fateless (i.e. on whom fate has not yet been imposed)   --
9.497
EACH :   <hverr>   who, which, what; each, every   --
1.402, 1.480, 2.161, 2.248, 2.335, 2.368, 3.46, 3.162, 3.277, 4.72, 5.165, 5.364, 5.488, 6.103, 6.133, 6.771, 6.805, 6.982, 7.274, 7.300, 7.413, 8.25, 8.843, 9.159, 9.272, 9.749, 10.131, 10.207, 10.399, 10.642, 10.760
EADMUND :   <Eadmundr>   Eadmund   --
1.178
EAR :   <eyra>   ear   --
10.199
EARL :   <jarl>   earl; free-born man, gentleman   --
7.153, 7.228, 7.332, 7.357, 7.412, 7.421, 7.472
EARLIEST :   <framr>   facing forwards, standing in front; outstanding, excellent; (superl.) farthest back in time, earliest   --
9.27
EARLIEST :   <fyrstr>   first, foremost, earliest   --
9.613, 9.717
EARLY :   <r>   early, in the early morning; of yore, long ago   --
9.40, 9.67
EARTH :   <fold>   earth, world   --
8.149
EARTH :   <grund>   ground, bottom; broad surface; surface of the earth, earth   --
9.118
EARTH :   <jarfastr>   fixed in the earth   --
3.506
EARTH :   <jr>   earth, world; ground, soil   --
2.10, 2.235, 2.253, 2.282, 2.332, 2.339, 2.382, 2.400, 2.424, 5.285, 6.1327, 9.81, 9.309
EARTH :   <mold>   soil, earth (as substance)   --
2.395, 8.317, 8.723, 9.58
EARTHLY :   <jarligr>   earthly; worldly   --
2.203, 2.224
EASILY :   <vel>   well, readily, easily   --
4.205, 5.474, 6.1058, 6.193, 7.555, 8.805, 8.927, 9.20, 10.654
EAST :   <Austri>   East   --
9.326
EAST :   <austan>   from the east; east (of); bearing to the east   --
1.263
EASTERNER :   <austmar>   Easterner, Norwegian   --
4.89
EASY :   <dll>   gentle, easy (to manage)   --
8.110, 10.128
EBB-TIDE :   <fjara>   ebb-tide, fore-shore, beach   --
1.302
EDGE :   <egg>   edge   --
7.583, 8.909
EDGE :   <rmr>   edge, rim (of a shield)   --
5.510
EFFECT :   <festa (t)>   fasten; strengthen; learn by heart; bite, take effect on   --
7.618
EGIL :   <Egill>   Egil   --
5.18, 5.87, 5.99, 5.169, 5.232, 5.257, 5.315, 5.363, 5.386
EIGHT :   <sjau hundru ok rr tigir>   eight hundred seventy   --
1.192
EIGHT :   <tta>   eight   --
2.102
EIGHTY :   <ttrr>   eighty years old   --
1.438
EIKINSKJALD :   <Eikinskialdi>   Eikinskjald, Oakenshield   --
9.394, 9.453
EILIF :   <Eilfr>   Eilif   --
4.393
EIRIK :   <Eirkr>   Eirik   --
5.89, 5.126, 5.150, 5.183
ELF :   <lfr>   Alf, Elf   --
9.450
ELOQUENT :   <snjallr>   clever in speech, eloquent; brave   --
7.417
EMBIGGEN :   <mikla (a)>   make great, 'embiggen'; (mid.) acquire fame   --
5.213
EMBLA :   <Embla>   Embla   --
9.496
EMMA :   <Emma>   Emma   --
7.602
ENCHANT :   <vitta (tt)>   enchant, conjure   --
9.652
ENCIRCLE :   <sveipa>   wrap, encircle   --
8.719
ENCLOSED :   <tn>   courtyard, (enclosed) field; home meadow; (pl.) farmstead; abode   --
9.235
ENCLOSURE :   <garr>   fence; enclosure, court, farmyard; dwelling-place   --
10.373
ENCOMIUM :   <hrr (rs)>   praise; encomium   --
5.442, 5.461
ENCOMIUM :   <mr>   praise; encomium   --
5.427
ENCOURAGE :   <fsa (t)>   urge, encourage; (impers.) desire   --
8.963
END :   <lka>   finish, end; use up   --
3.79
ENDOW :   <setja>   set, place, put; seat; set up; establish; endow; direct; hurl; adorn   --
4.77, 6.51, 6.340, 6.390, 6.570, 6.588, 6.937, 7.701
ENDURANCE :   <eljun>   endurance   --
8.940
ENDURE :   <bera>   bear, bring, carry; wear; give birth to; overcome; endure; bear (witness)   --
4.99, 5.414, 5.445, 6.1202, 6.1349, 6.290, 7.670, 8.583, 9.42, 9.629, 10.275, 10.303
ENEMY :   <fjndmar>   enemy   --
7.375
ENEMY :   <vinr>   enemy   --
10.22
ENERGY :   <atfer>   behavior; energy   --
5.159
ENGENDER :   <geta>   get, obtain; engender; (with ppart.) be able to, get done; (with infin.) happen to (do); be obtainable; guess, suppose; relate, tell of   --
3.311, 3.388, 4.207, 4.236, 4.268, 5.483, 8.578, 10.109, 10.222, 10.670, 10.774
ENGLAND :   <Aalsteinn>   Athalstan, king of England   --
5.113
ENGLAND :   <England>   England   --
7.267, 7.306, 7.392
ENGLISH :   <Englar>   Angles, the English   --
5.449, 7.64, 7.110, 7.689
ENGRAVE :   <grafa>   dig; engrave, inlay   --
2.284, 2.299, 2.389, 8.397, 8.657
ENJOY :   <una>   be contented; enjoy   --
8.900
ENOUGH :   <gngr>   enough; plenty (of)   --
4.445
ENOUGH :   <rinn>   sufficient, enough   --
3.157, 5.358, 6.402
ENRAGED :   <r>   wood, raving, frenzied, raging, mad with fear; enraged; (name of Freyja's husband or lover) Od   --
9.758
ENTERTAINMENT :   <gaman>   pleasure, entertainment   --
10.607
ENTRANCED :   <hugleikinn>   entranced, in a trance; intense(ly)   --
9.662
ENUMERATE :   <telja (tala)>   reckon, count; trace; number, enumerate; recount; declare   --
2.474, 9.198, 9.371, 9.412
ENUMERATION :   <tal>   enumeration, list; conversation   --
9.467
EPISCOPAL :   <bagall>   episcopal staff, crozier   --
1.350
EQUAL :   <jafnlangr>   of equal length   --
2.313
EQUALLY :   <jafnberr>   equally exposed   --
6.463
EQUALLY :   <jafnspakir>   equally wise   --
10.627
EQUIVALENT :   <a (dd)>   make equivalent, interpret as   --
2.404
ESTABLISH :   <setja>   set, place, put; seat; set up; establish; endow; direct; hurl; adorn   --
4.77, 6.51, 6.340, 6.390, 6.570, 6.588, 6.937, 7.701
ESTATE :   <br>   farmhouse, farmstead; farm, landed estate; town   --
3.416
ESTEEM :   <lknstafr>   favorable statement, esteem, warm regard   --
10.225
ESTIMATE :   <tlun>   estimate, opinion   --
1.137
EVE :   <Eva>   Eve   --
2.29
EVE :   <jla-aptann>   Christmas Eve   --
6.1094
EVEN :   <enn>   still; also; yet; further; again; moreover; even   --
2.115, 4.265, 5.60, 6.239, 7.205, 9.89, 9.299, 9.634, 9.715, 10.552
EVENING :   <aptann>   evening   --
9.195
EVENING :   <kvelda (a)>   (impers.) evening draws in   --
6.377
EVENTS :   <tendi>   (pl.) events; tidings, news   --
5.224
EVER :   <jafnan>   ever, always   --
6.1009, 6.732
EVER :   <>   ever, always; forever   --
9.556, 9.663
EVERY :   <allr>   all, whole; every   --
2.12, 2.38, 2.80, 2.128, 2.223, 2.227, 2.349, 2.457, 2.462, 3.339, 3.360, 3.446, 3.490, 5.139, 5.263, 6.1112, 6.1135, 6.1252, 6.223, 6.314, 6.678, 7.144, 7.203, 7.383, 8.87, 8.170, 8.287, 8.340, 8.462, 8.485, 8.567, 8.616, 8.714, 8.825, 8.855, 8.941, 8.961, 9.8, 9.173, 9.263, 9.298, 9.679, 9.696, 9.740, 9.752, 10.6, 10.469, 10.482, 10.498, 10.527, 10.624
EVERY :   <hverr>   who, which, what; each, every   --
1.402, 1.480, 2.161, 2.248, 2.335, 2.368, 3.46, 3.162, 3.277, 4.72, 5.165, 5.364, 5.488, 6.103, 6.133, 6.771, 6.805, 6.982, 7.274, 7.300, 7.413, 8.25, 8.843, 9.159, 9.272, 9.749, 10.131, 10.207, 10.399, 10.642, 10.760
EVERYTHING :   <hvatvetna>   anything whatever; everything   --
10.445, 10.474
EVERYWHERE :   <hvar>   where; everywhere   --
3.382, 5.494, 7.150, 8.57, 9.143, 9.151, 9.646, 9.657, 10.21, 10.40, 10.631
EVIL :   <illr>   bad, evil; ugly, unpleasing; difficult   --
3.419, 6.416, 6.430, 6.702, 8.380, 9.667, 10.257
EVIL :   <vanfarinn>   in evil straits   --
8.80
EXCEEDINGLY :   <helzt>   most willingly; most of all; exceedingly   --
8.971
EXCELLENT :   <framr>   facing forwards, standing in front; outstanding, excellent; (superl.) farthest back in time, earliest   --
9.27
EXCEPT :   <nema>   unless; except   --
1.494, 2.83, 8.349, 10.736
EXCESSIVE :   <ofdrykkja>   excessive drinking, over-drinking   --
10.319
EXCESSIVELY :   <ofrlvi>   excessively drunk   --
10.386
EXCHANGE :   <skipta (t)>   divide, share; exchange; decide   --
5.337
EXCHANGE :   <vi>   reaching to, against, with; towards, at; in exchange for; by; (together) with, close to; because of   --
1.38, 1.339, 2.211, 3.118, 3.282, 3.320, 3.380, 3.424, 3.436, 3.486, 3.519, 3.528, 4.100, 4.151, 4.305, 4.488, 5.362, 5.369, 5.424, 5.508, 6.1120, 6.178, 6.222, 6.571, 6.577, 6.892, 6.954, 7.66, 7.364, 7.707, 8.11, 8.165, 8.181, 8.325, 8.522, 10.228, 10.568
EXERT :   <brjta>   (trans.) break, destroy; distribute; (mid.) exert oneself   --
3.441, 9.720
EXIST :   <sna (d)>   show; (mid.) appear to be, seem; exist   --
3.89
EXISTENCE :   <vera>   resort, refuge; means of existence, way (of going on)   --
10.293
EXPECT :   <vara ()>   (impers.) expect   --
5.274
EXPECT :   <vnta (t)>   expect   --
5.53
EXPECT :   <tla (a)>   think, consider (to be); expect, look for; intend (to do)   --
3.314, 3.410, 4.225, 6.1062, 6.244, 6.554
EXPECTATION :   <vni>   expectation   --
10.762
EXPEDIENT :   <hgr>   comfortable; suitable, expedient; docile, affable; skilful, agile   --
9.136
EXPEDIENT :   <r>   advice, counsel; expedient, means; plan; agreement   --
4.495, 7.385, 10.258
EXPEDITION :   <fr>   journey, expedition   --
1.370, 7.52
EXPENSIVE :   <drr>   dear, expensive; precious   --
5.254, 8.357
EXPOSED :   <jafnberr>   equally exposed   --
6.463
EXPRESS :   <lesa>   express, concoct   --
10.510
EXTEND :   <ganga>   go, walk; advance; take place; extend; go on, last; turn out   --
3.56, 3.67, 3.212, 3.355, 3.554, 4.90, 4.137, 5.197, 5.385, 6.33, 6.98, 6.1116, 6.1193, 6.1269, 6.1306, 6.323, 6.782, 6.902, 7.576, 8.31, 8.45, 8.227, 8.868, 9.171, 9.261, 9.677, 9.738, 10.8, 10.418, 10.729, 10.786
EXTENSIVELY :   <va>   widely, in many places; extensively   --
2.178, 10.126
EXTENT :   <mitvir>   'measure-tree', well-proportioned tree; tree which measures extent or limits of the world, tree which metes out fate   --
9.55
EYE :   <auga>   eye   --
8.781, 10.202
EYFURA :   <Eyfura>   Eyfura   --
8.324
FACING :   <framr>   facing forwards, standing in front; outstanding, excellent; (superl.) farthest back in time, earliest   --
9.27
FACULTIES :   <r>   mental faculties, voice   --
9.509, 9.522
FADE :   <flna (a)>   grow pale; fade   --
2.351
FAIL :   <rkja (kt)>   neglect, fail to heed   --
2.68
FAIR :   <fagr (ran)>   fair, beautiful   --
7.84, 8.118, 10.650
FAIR :   <rttr>   right, correct; just, fair; unswerving; direct   --
6.594, 9.369
FAIR :   <vnn>   likely; fair to behold   --
7.122
FAIR-HAIRED :   <hrfagri>   fair-haired   --
1.129, 1.227
FAITH :   <tra ()>   believe, trust, have faith in   --
2.59, 8.562, 8.585, 8.850, 8.936, 10.558
FALL :   <auna (a)>   (impers.) fall out by fate   --
6.1128
FALL :   <detta>   drop, fall   --
6.1323
FALL :   <fall>   fall   --
7.50
FALL :   <falla>   fall, fall down; flow; be slain   --
2.347, 2.365, 3.562, 4.181, 7.40, 9.554
FALL :   <hrata (a)>   tumble, fall   --
4.125
FALL :   <hrkkva>   fall back   --
4.274, 4.309
FALSE :   <flrr>   false, deceitful   --
8.841
FAME :   <frami>   advancement, benefit, profit; luck; courage, ability; growth, success, fame   --
10.55
FAME :   <mikla (a)>   make great, 'embiggen'; (mid.) acquire fame   --
5.213
FAMILY :   <kind>   kind, child; baby; offspring, progeny, family, kin   --
9.10, 9.409
FAMILY :   <kynsl>   progeny, family line   --
2.33
FAMILY :   <tt>   direction, region; family, line; stock, tribe; ancestry   --
2.23, 2.112, 2.475, 8.564, 8.852, 9.756
FAMOUS :   <mrr>   famous   --
9.56, 9.108
FAR :   <fjarri>   far, far off; by no means   --
6.694
FAR :   <lengi>   long; far; for a long time   --
2.297, 3.57, 4.306, 6.234, 6.261, 7.315, 8.901
FAR :   <tarliga>   far out   --
6.52
FARE :   <fara>   fare, happen, turn out; go, move, travel   --
1.219, 1.329, 1.417, 1.488, 3.32, 3.60, 3.104, 3.350, 3.449, 4.67, 4.242, 5.47, 5.58, 5.408, 6.6, 6.1124, 6.1163, 6.1259, 6.1339, 6.440, 6.457, 6.546, 6.869, 7.124, 7.333, 7.474, 8.81, 8.121, 8.137, 8.152, 8.377, 8.926, 10.85, 10.589
FARM :   <br>   farmhouse, farmstead; farm, landed estate; town   --
3.416
FARM :   <hof>   farm, farmstead; temple   --
9.214
FARM :   <hs>   house; room of house; (pl.) farm   --
3.35, 3.63, 3.570, 4.196, 4.223, 9.488, 9.648
FARMER :   <bndason>   son of a farmer, son of a yeoman   --
5.193
FARMHOUSE :   <br>   farmhouse, farmstead; farm, landed estate; town   --
3.416
FARMSTEAD :   <br>   farmhouse, farmstead; farm, landed estate; town   --
3.416
FARMSTEAD :   <hof>   farm, farmstead; temple   --
9.214
FARMSTEAD :   <tn>   courtyard, (enclosed) field; home meadow; (pl.) farmstead; abode   --
9.235
FARMYARD :   <garr>   fence; enclosure, court, farmyard; dwelling-place   --
10.373
FARTHER :   <tar>   farther out   --
6.65
FARTHEST :   <framr>   facing forwards, standing in front; outstanding, excellent; (superl.) farthest back in time, earliest   --
9.27
FASHION :   <lei>   way, journey; road, path; manner, fashion   --
6.8
FAST :   <fast>   fast, strongly, hard; certainly   --
3.199, 3.221, 3.243, 3.279, 3.310, 3.335, 6.1290, 6.1317
FAST :   <fastr>   firm, fast; hard, severe; continuous   --
6.1279
FAST :   <halda>   hold; hold fast, grip; keep; steer; protect; last, hold good, remain   --
3.272, 6.447
FASTEN :   <festa (t)>   fasten; strengthen; learn by heart; bite, take effect on   --
7.618
FASTEN :   <kneppa (t)>   fasten, button; pull   --
3.462
FATE :   <auna (a)>   (impers.) fall out by fate   --
6.1128
FATE :   <lag>   lay, order, disposition; (pl.) preordained fate   --
9.593
FATE :   <mitvir>   'measure-tree', well-proportioned tree; tree which measures extent or limits of the world, tree which metes out fate   --
9.55
FATE :   <mjtur>   dispenser of fate   --
8.916
FATE :   <sp>   prophecy, song of fate   --
5.525
FATE :   <urr>   weird, (dire) fate; undoing, ruin; (pl.) fates, powers of fate; (name of a norn)   --
9.559, 9.581
FATE :   <rlg>   (pl.) destiny, fate; war   --
9.600
FATE :   <rlglauss>   fateless (i.e. on whom fate has not yet been imposed)   --
9.497
FATELESS :   <rlglauss>   fateless (i.e. on whom fate has not yet been imposed)   --
9.497
FATES :   <urr>   weird, (dire) fate; undoing, ruin; (pl.) fates, powers of fate; (name of a norn)   --
9.559, 9.581
FATHER :   <Burr>   Bur, Odin's father   --
9.100
FATHER :   <Valfr>   Valfothr, Father of the Slain, Odin   --
9.19
FATHER :   <fair>   father   --
8.399
FATHER :   <furbrir>   father's brother, uncle   --
1.155
FAULT :   <vamm>   blemish, fault   --
10.456
FAVORABLE :   <lknstafr>   favorable statement, esteem, warm regard   --
10.225
FEAR :   <ugga>   fear   --
8.753
FEAR :   <hrddr>   unafraid, without fear   --
6.1253
FEAR :   <tti>   fear, dread   --
6.609
FEAR :   <r>   wood, raving, frenzied, raging, mad with fear; enraged; (name of Freyja's husband or lover) Od   --
9.758
FEARSOME :   <mttugr>   tremendously or overwhelmingly powerful; fearsome; loathesome   --
9.249
FEAST :   <jl>   Yule, midwinter heathen feast, later applied to Christmas   --
6.975
FEATHER :   <fjr>   feather   --
2.363, 10.368
FEED :   <ala>   give birth to, bear; feed   --
8.595, 10.727
FEED :   <fa (dd)>   feed; nurse; rear, bring up   --
2.456, 9.47
FEEL :   <kenna (d)>   know; perceive; taste; feel; recognize; name, tell; teach   --
7.73, 7.102, 8.61, 10.138
FEET :   <spyrna (d)>   kick; place the feet   --
3.208, 3.502
FELL :   <Inglfsfell>   Ingolf's Fell   --
1.273
FELL :   <fjall>   mountain, fell   --
1.300, 10.84
FELLOW :   <bokki>   buck; fellow   --
6.125, 6.142, 6.270, 6.543
FELLOW :   <drengr>   (gallant) fellow; warrior   --
8.108
FEN :   <fen>   bog, fen   --
8.151
FENCE :   <garr>   fence; enclosure, court, farmyard; dwelling-place   --
10.373
FETCH :   <skja>   seek, go to fetch; visit; proceed   --
4.193, 4.228, 4.258, 4.290, 4.452, 5.516, 8.687, 9.415
FETTER :   <fjtra (a)>   fetter, bind   --
10.370
FEW :   <fr>   few   --
1.236, 6.41, 6.306, 10.542
FIELD :   <irovllr>   stony or gravelly field; Stonyvales   --
9.422
FIELD :   <tn>   courtyard, (enclosed) field; home meadow; (pl.) farmstead; abode   --
9.235
FIELD :   <vllr>   level ground, ground; plain; field   --
4.80, 4.148, 5.265, 9.728, 10.315
FIELDS :   <aurvangar>   damp or muddy fields   --
9.419
FIELDS :   <bj>   land(s), (pl.) fields   --
5.450
FIERCE :   <atall>   fierce, terrible   --
8.492
FIGHT :   <berja (bari)>   smite, beat; (refl.) fight   --
6.707, 7.211, 7.369
FIGHT :   <berja (bari, barir)>   smite, beat; (refl.) fight   --
3.40
FIGHT :   <skn>   fight, attack   --
3.406
FIGHT :   <vega>   lift; smite, fight; kill, slay   --
5.490, 10.313, 10.701
FILI :   <Fli>   Fili   --
9.379
FILL :   <fylla (d)>   fill; complete; increase   --
7.372
FIND :   <finna>   find, meet; discover; notice; invent   --
2.181, 5.463, 7.179, 9.82, 9.489, 10.504, 10.533, 10.603
FIND :   <hitta (tt)>   hit upon; find, meet   --
8.5, 9.206
FIND :   <leita (a)>   seek, search for; find; try to go, go; attack   --
3.375, 4.442, 6.761
FIND :   <sj>   see, perceive; find; understand; look   --
2.231, 3.81, 3.181, 3.428, 3.481, 4.95, 5.77, 5.493, 6.82, 6.1209, 6.384, 6.423, 6.505, 6.882, 7.17, 8.219, 8.491, 8.533, 10.674
FIND :   <spyrja (spuri)>   trace, find out (about); hear; ask   --
6.30, 6.102, 6.660, 6.790, 6.980, 8.71, 10.806
FIND :   <vita (ssi)>   know, be aware of; understand; know how (to); know of; find out   --
2.435, 4.54, 4.71, 4.168, 4.173, 4.407, 4.483, 6.770, 8.721, 8.835, 9.142, 9.150, 9.158, 9.539, 9.572, 10.20, 10.339, 10.412, 10.448, 10.451, 10.656
FINISH :   <gera ()>   do, perform; act; make, build; finish   --
2.144
FINISH :   <lka>   finish, end; use up   --
3.79
FINISHED :   <grr (van)>   made, built; done; ready; sent; done for, finished off   --
4.8, 4.211, 4.240, 4.272, 6.1025, 6.211, 6.400
FINN :   <Finnr>   Finn   --
9.457
FIRE :   <brenna>   (intrans.) burn, be on fire   --
3.6, 8.148, 8.173, 8.757, 8.981, 10.677
FIRE :   <brenna (d)>   (trans.) burn, light, set on fire   --
4.463, 8.514, 9.625, 9.627, 10.708
FIRE :   <bl>   fire   --
8.517
FIRE :   <eldr>   fire   --
8.172, 8.235, 8.488, 8.523, 8.718, 8.756, 8.783, 8.980, 10.63, 10.673
FIRE :   <haugaeldr>   fire from graves   --
8.221
FIRE :   <hyrr>   fire   --
8.143
FIREPLACE :   <afl>   hearth, fireplace or chimney of a forge   --
9.217
FIREWOOD :   <brandr>   piece of firewood   --
10.50
FIRM :   <fastr>   firm, fast; hard, severe; continuous   --
6.1279
FIRM :   <standa>   stand (firm); get up; take up a position; be in a place; remain valid; be in a specified condition; trend, flow; weigh   --
3.509, 4.403, 6.1319, 7.20, 7.265, 7.554, 8.225, 8.469, 8.536, 9.541, 9.555, 9.580, 10.733
FIRST :   <fyrr>   before; first; until   --
7.245
FIRST :   <fyrst>   first   --
1.8, 1.122, 1.220, 1.268, 6.491
FIRST :   <fyrstr>   first, foremost, earliest   --
9.613, 9.717
FIRST :   <r>   before, first; until   --
4.373, 6.196, 6.331, 6.736, 6.919, 8.54, 8.684, 9.99, 10.7
FIVE :   <fimm>   five   --
1.407
FIXED :   <jarfastr>   fixed in the earth   --
3.506
FJALAR :   <Fjalarr>   Fjalar   --
9.454, 10.390
FLAME :   <logi>   flame   --
8.460, 8.759
FLEEING :   <fljtr>   swift, fleeing   --
8.193, 8.929
FLITTING :   <sveimun>   soaring, flitting   --
8.145
FLOCK :   <hjr>   herd, flock   --
8.15, 10.410, 10.697
FLOOD :   <fl>   flood   --
2.100
FLOOD :   <svargangr>   surge of sea; flood   --
2.78
FLOOR :   <glf>   floor   --
6.496
FLOOR :   <set>   seat; raised floor along the sides of a hall   --
3.187, 3.250, 3.354, 9.420
FLOW :   <ausa>   ladle; pour; water; (mid.) stream, flow   --
9.546
FLOW :   <falla>   fall, fall down; flow; be slain   --
2.347, 2.365, 3.562, 4.181, 7.40, 9.554
FLOW :   <standa>   stand (firm); get up; take up a position; be in a place; remain valid; be in a specified condition; trend, flow; weigh   --
3.509, 4.403, 6.1319, 7.20, 7.265, 7.554, 8.225, 8.469, 8.536, 9.541, 9.555, 9.580, 10.733
FLOW :   <jta>   resound; rush, flow   --
5.521
FLOWER :   <blm>   flower   --
2.342
FLY :   <fleygja (g)>   let something fly; shoot; hurl   --
9.706
FLY :   <flga>   fly   --
6.1007
FLYING :   <rjka>   reek, smoke; go flying, tumble   --
3.542
FOAMING :   <lfoss>   Ale-Force (foaming waterfall) River   --
1.276
FOLLOWER :   <sveitungr>   follower, retainer   --
5.269
FOLLY :   <dul>   reserve, folly; conceit   --
10.790
FOOD :   <matr>   food; meal   --
6.523, 6.891, 10.74
FOOLISH :   <heimskr>   foolish   --
8.132, 8.774
FOOLISH :   <snotr>   unwise, foolish   --
10.494, 10.523, 10.770
FOOLISH :   <svir>   unwise, foolish   --
10.423, 10.465
FOOT :   <ftr>   foot; leg   --
2.320, 3.381, 3.504, 4.119, 7.311, 8.85
FORBID :   <banna (a)>   prohibit, forbid   --
1.383, 6.1110
FORE-SHORE :   <fjara>   ebb-tide, fore-shore, beach   --
1.302
FOREARM :   <handleggr>   arm; (pl.) upper arm and forearm   --
3.131, 3.332
FOREFATHERS :   <langniiar>   (pl.) long line of forefathers or long line of descendants   --
9.466
FOREHEAD :   <blesttr>   having a white mark on the forehead   --
7.11
FOREIGN :   <tlendr>   foreign   --
5.194
FOREMOST :   <fyrstr>   first, foremost, earliest   --
9.613, 9.717
FOREST :   <skgr>   wood, forest   --
8.195
FOREST :   <vir>   tree; beam; forest; wood   --
1.296, 3.558, 4.10, 8.289
FOREVER :   <ey>   forever; always   --
10.669
FOREVER :   <>   ever, always; forever   --
9.556, 9.663
FORGE :   <afl>   hearth, fireplace or chimney of a forge   --
9.217
FORGE :   <sma (a)>   forge, make, build   --
9.220
FORGET :   <tna (d)>   lose; forget (dat.)   --
2.174
FORGETFULNESS :   <minni>   non-memory, oblivion, forgetfulness   --
10.354
FORM :   <manlkan>   human likeness or form, being in human shape   --
9.303
FORMERLY :   <forum>   formerly, some time ago   --
7.671, 9.45, 10.588
FORMING :   <sk>   block of wood; wooden tablet or stave; one of the boards forming a door frame   --
9.588
FORTRESS :   <borg>   castle, fortress; funeral pyre   --
9.723
FORTUNATE :   <sll>   fortunate, happy   --
6.126, 6.143, 6.271, 6.544, 10.218, 10.246
FORWARD :   <fram>   forward, on; away; out   --
1.161, 2.48, 3.392, 4.244, 5.343, 5.517, 7.24, 7.46, 7.92, 7.137, 7.575, 10.9, 10.785
FORWARD :   <framan>   from the front side; forward   --
6.595, 7.13
FORWARD :   <ggjask ()>   bend forward to see, gaze, glare   --
3.136
FORWARDS :   <framr>   facing forwards, standing in front; outstanding, excellent; (superl.) farthest back in time, earliest   --
9.27
FOSTER-BROTHER :   <fstri>   foster-father; foster-brother; foster-son; fosterling   --
1.142
FOSTER-FATHER :   <fstri>   foster-father; foster-brother; foster-son; fosterling   --
1.142
FOSTER-SON :   <fstri>   foster-father; foster-brother; foster-son; fosterling   --
1.142
FOSTERLING :   <fstri>   foster-father; foster-brother; foster-son; fosterling   --
1.142
FOUNDLING :   <Fundinn>   Fundin, Foundling   --
9.381
FRAEG :   <Frgr>   Fraeg   --
9.389
FRAME :   <sk>   block of wood; wooden tablet or stave; one of the boards forming a door frame   --
9.588
FRANKLIN :   <bndi>   yeoman, franklin; husband   --
3.149
FRANTIC :   <rr>   mad, frantic   --
8.381
FRAR :   <Frr>   Frar   --
9.387
FREE :   <lauss>   loose, free   --
4.122
FREE :   <sjlfrr>   free   --
4.491
FREE-BORN :   <jarl>   earl; free-born man, gentleman   --
7.153, 7.228, 7.332, 7.357, 7.412, 7.421, 7.472
FREE-WILL :   <sjlfvili>   free-will   --
5.45
FREEZE :   <frjsa>   freeze   --
3.561
FREEZE :   <kala>   be cold, become cold, freeze   --
10.73
FRENZIED :   <r>   wood, raving, frenzied, raging, mad with fear; enraged; (name of Freyja's husband or lover) Od   --
9.758
FREQUENTLY :   <opt>   often, frequently; as often as possible, always   --
9.630, 10.261
FREYJA :   <r>   wood, raving, frenzied, raging, mad with fear; enraged; (name of Freyja's husband or lover) Od   --
9.758
FRIEND :   <vinr>   friend; patron, leader   --
8.77, 8.109, 10.175, 10.501, 10.530
FRIENDLY :   <il>   friendly invitation   --
10.103
FRIGHTEN :   <fla (d)>   frighten; (refl.) be frightened   --
8.164, 8.525
FRIGHTEN :   <hra (dd)>   frighten; (refl.) be afraid of, be frightened   --
8.231, 8.878
FRIGHTEN :   <skelfa ()>   make tremble, frighten   --
8.179
FRIGHTENED :   <fla (d)>   frighten; (refl.) be frightened   --
8.164, 8.525
FRIGHTENED :   <hrddr>   afraid, frightened   --
6.1207, 6.349, 6.518
FRIGHTENED :   <hra (dd)>   frighten; (refl.) be afraid of, be frightened   --
8.231, 8.878
FROLICSOME :   <teitr>   cheerful, merry; frolicsome   --
9.236
FRONT :   <framan>   from the front side; forward   --
6.595, 7.13
FRONT :   <framr>   facing forwards, standing in front; outstanding, excellent; (superl.) farthest back in time, earliest   --
9.27
FRONT :   <fyrir>   before, in front of; against; because of, for   --
1.48, 1.262, 1.274, 2.72, 2.117, 2.466, 3.340, 3.364, 4.22, 4.69, 5.143, 5.387, 6.464, 6.623, 6.675, 6.754, 6.783, 6.810, 7.12, 7.140, 7.281, 7.344, 7.447, 7.650, 8.667, 9.57, 10.26, 10.208, 10.680, 10.685
FROSTI :   <Frosti>   Frosti, Frosty   --
9.456
FROSTY :   <Frosti>   Frosti, Frosty   --
9.456
FULL :   <fjlmennask (t)>   become peopled, full of people   --
2.121
FULL :   <fullr>   full; in full swing   --
8.375
FULLY :   <grr>   more fully   --
1.72
FUNDIN :   <Fundinn>   Fundin, Foundling   --
9.381
FUNERAL :   <borg>   castle, fortress; funeral pyre   --
9.723
FUR :   <heinn>   fur cloak, coat   --
10.759
FURTHER :   <enn>   still; also; yet; further; again; moreover; even   --
2.115, 4.265, 5.60, 6.239, 7.205, 9.89, 9.299, 9.634, 9.715, 10.552
FURTHER :   <fleiri>   more; further, other   --
2.62, 10.341
GAIN :   <eignask (a)>   gain possession of, get for oneself   --
10.773
GALLANT :   <drengr>   (gallant) fellow; warrior   --
8.108
GAMES :   <tefla (l)>   play at 'tables', play board games   --
9.233
GANDALF :   <Gandlfr>   Gandalf, Staff-elf   --
9.349
GAP :   <gap>   gap, gaping, chasm   --
9.86
GAPING :   <gap>   gap, gaping, chasm   --
9.86
GATE :   <helgrind>   gate of hell   --
8.482
GAZE :   <ggjask ()>   bend forward to see, gaze, glare   --
3.136
GELLIR :   <Gellisson>   son of Gellir   --
1.157, 1.514
GENEALOGY :   <ttar-tala>   genealogy   --
1.50
GENERAL :   <laukr>   leek; (general) plant   --
9.121
GENTLE :   <dll>   gentle, easy (to manage)   --
8.110, 10.128
GENTLEMAN :   <jarl>   earl; free-born man, gentleman   --
7.153, 7.228, 7.332, 7.357, 7.412, 7.421, 7.472
GESTURES :   <lti>   (pl.) gestures, manner, bearing; voice   --
9.515
GET :   <eignask (a)>   gain possession of, get for oneself   --
10.773
GET :   <f>   get, take; catch; have, make use of; put; give; receive; suffer; (with ppart.) be able to, get accomplished; (mid.) take place; struggle   --
3.435, 3.484, 4.347, 4.396, 5.23, 5.397, 6.1299, 6.259, 6.604, 6.828, 7.391, 8.113, 10.176
GET :   <geta>   get, obtain; engender; (with ppart.) be able to, get done; (with infin.) happen to (do); be obtainable; guess, suppose; relate, tell of   --
3.311, 3.388, 4.207, 4.236, 4.268, 5.483, 8.578, 10.109, 10.222, 10.670, 10.774
GET :   <njta>   benefit, get benefit from   --
10.710
GET :   <n ()>   get, obtain   --
6.452, 6.469, 8.824
GET :   <standa>   stand (firm); get up; take up a position; be in a place; remain valid; be in a specified condition; trend, flow; weigh   --
3.509, 4.403, 6.1319, 7.20, 7.265, 7.554, 8.225, 8.469, 8.536, 9.541, 9.555, 9.580, 10.733
GHOST :   <draugr>   undead man, ghost   --
8.356, 8.532, 8.620
GHOST :   <haugbi>   ghost, undead man   --
8.223
GIANT :   <Brimir>   sword; (name of a sword); (name of a giant)   --
9.278
GIANT :   <Ymir>   Ymir, a giant   --
9.72
GIANT :   <itunn>   giant   --
9.39
GIANT :   <jtunn>   giant   --
9.757
GIANT :   <urs>   giant   --
9.247
GIANTESS :   <viia>   'she who dwells in the wood', witch, giantess   --
9.54
GIANTS :   <itunheimr>   realm of the giants   --
9.252
GIFT :   <gipt>   gift   --
2.204
GIFT :   <gjf>   gift   --
10.577
GINNAR :   <Ginnarr>   Ginnar, Betrayer   --
9.459
GIVE :   <ala>   give birth to, bear; feed   --
8.595, 10.727
GIVE :   <bera>   bear, bring, carry; wear; give birth to; overcome; endure; bear (witness)   --
4.99, 5.414, 5.445, 6.1202, 6.1349, 6.290, 7.670, 8.583, 9.42, 9.629, 10.275, 10.303
GIVE :   <f>   get, take; catch; have, make use of; put; give; receive; suffer; (with ppart.) be able to, get accomplished; (mid.) take place; struggle   --
3.435, 3.484, 4.347, 4.396, 5.23, 5.397, 6.1299, 6.259, 6.604, 6.828, 7.391, 8.113, 10.176
GIVE :   <gefa>   give; give in marriage; (impers.) be obtainable   --
2.469, 5.29, 6.305, 6.744, 7.212, 8.930, 9.187, 9.520, 9.523, 9.526, 9.760
GIVE :   <gjalda>   repay, requite; pay compensation; give something as recompense for something; atone or pay for   --
9.692
GIVE :   <hrfa (a)>   recoil, give way   --
3.338
GIVE :   <kikna (a)>   give way at the knees   --
3.319, 3.536
GIVE :   <leggja>   lay, place, put; put down, lay down; move, bring; thrust, throw; make; give   --
1.279, 3.130, 3.330, 4.103, 4.493, 5.266, 5.282, 5.308, 5.342, 6.1310, 9.218, 9.594
GIVE :   <selja>   give; sell   --
8.265, 8.351, 8.624, 8.689, 8.787, 8.812
GIVE :   <veita (tt)>   grant, give; help; pay, yield; (recip.) back one another   --
2.200, 5.220, 5.235, 5.314, 7.536, 7.688, 8.444
GIVER :   <gefandi>   giver, host   --
10.34
GIZUR :   <Gizurr>   Gizur   --
4.142, 4.149, 4.288, 4.426, 4.479
GLAD :   <fagna (a)>   be glad; rejoice at, welcome   --
8.844
GLAM :   <Glmr>   Glam   --
3.103, 3.180, 3.215, 3.266, 3.317, 3.374, 3.389, 3.425, 3.458, 3.537
GLANCE :   <augabrag>   wink, sidelong glance   --
10.133
GLANCE :   <tillit>   glance, look   --
6.417
GLARE :   <ggjask ()>   bend forward to see, gaze, glare   --
3.136
GLEAM :   <skna>   shine, gleam   --
7.585, 9.111
GLOI :   <Gli>   Gloi, Glow   --
9.438
GLOOMY :   <ktr>   depressed, gloomy   --
6.978
GLORY :   <metnar>   glory   --
2.136
GLOW :   <Gli>   Gloi, Glow   --
9.438
GO :   <fara>   fare, happen, turn out; go, move, travel   --
1.219, 1.329, 1.417, 1.488, 3.32, 3.60, 3.104, 3.350, 3.449, 4.67, 4.242, 5.47, 5.58, 5.408, 6.6, 6.1124, 6.1163, 6.1259, 6.1339, 6.440, 6.457, 6.546, 6.869, 7.124, 7.333, 7.474, 8.81, 8.121, 8.137, 8.152, 8.377, 8.926, 10.85, 10.589
GO :   <ganga>   go, walk; advance; take place; extend; go on, last; turn out   --
3.56, 3.67, 3.212, 3.355, 3.554, 4.90, 4.137, 5.197, 5.385, 6.33, 6.98, 6.1116, 6.1193, 6.1269, 6.1306, 6.323, 6.782, 6.902, 7.576, 8.31, 8.45, 8.227, 8.868, 9.171, 9.261, 9.677, 9.738, 10.8, 10.418, 10.729, 10.786
GO :   <hvarfa (a)>   walk, go   --
8.654
GO :   <leita (a)>   seek, search for; find; try to go, go; attack   --
3.375, 4.442, 6.761
GO :   <la>   move, go; pass, progress   --
2.49, 6.973, 8.56, 8.176
GO :   <rjka>   reek, smoke; go flying, tumble   --
3.542
GO :   <ra>   advise, counsel; discuss; plot; set, arrange; decide; govern; prevail; have to deal with; go, take one's way   --
3.189, 8.688
GO :   <skja>   seek, go to fetch; visit; proceed   --
4.193, 4.228, 4.258, 4.290, 4.452, 5.516, 8.687, 9.415
GO :   <vitja (a)>   go to, visit   --
6.1023
GOD :   <gu>   god   --
2.6, 2.69, 2.75, 2.139, 2.152, 2.168, 2.175, 2.201, 9.177, 9.267, 9.683, 9.695, 9.744
GOD :   <ss>   god   --
8.429, 9.207, 9.486, 9.690, 9.724
GODS :   <regin>   (pl.) powers, rulers, gods   --
9.172, 9.262, 9.678, 9.739
GODS :   <vanir>   (pl.) Vanir (race of gods)   --
9.726
GOING :   <vera>   resort, refuge; means of existence, way (of going on)   --
10.293
GOLD :   <gull>   gold   --
9.243
GOLD :   <gullhringr>   gold ring   --
4.430
GOOD :   <gr>   good   --
2.56, 6.1138, 8.876, 8.943, 9.518, 9.530, 10.104, 10.330, 10.332
GOOD :   <halda>   hold; hold fast, grip; keep; steer; protect; last, hold good, remain   --
3.272, 6.447
GOOD :   <heill>   good luck; good omen   --
7.53
GOOD :   <r>   year; (good) season   --
2.336, 2.346, 2.369, 9.196
GOOD :   <lgfrr>   well-informed in good traditions   --
1.171
GOTHS :   <Gotar>   Goths   --
8.661
GOTHVINASUN :   <Govinasun>   Gothvinasun   --
7.426
GOVERN :   <ra>   advise, counsel; discuss; plot; set, arrange; decide; govern; prevail; have to deal with; go, take one's way   --
3.189, 8.688
GRANT :   <unna>   not grudge; grant, allow; love   --
7.304
GRANT :   <veita (tt)>   grant, give; help; pay, yield; (recip.) back one another   --
2.200, 5.220, 5.235, 5.314, 7.536, 7.688, 8.444
GRASP :   <fang>   grasp, hold; breast; wrestling, contest; catch; provisions   --
3.499
GRASP :   <rfa>   grasp   --
3.195, 3.236, 3.300, 4.384, 6.158
GRASS :   <gras>   grass, pasture; vegetation   --
2.340, 2.392, 9.90, 10.421
GRAVE :   <dys>   grave   --
8.622
GRAVE :   <haugr>   mound; grave mound   --
8.60, 8.146, 8.229, 8.244, 8.267, 8.348, 8.433, 8.466, 8.483, 8.628, 8.653, 8.691, 8.790, 8.816, 8.967
GRAVELLY :   <irovllr>   stony or gravelly field; Stonyvales   --
9.422
GRAVES :   <haugaeldr>   fire from graves   --
8.221
GREAT :   <allmikill>   very great   --
5.306
GREAT :   <mikill>   great, large, big; severe   --
1.372, 2.61, 2.143, 3.22, 3.92, 3.220, 4.400, 6.88, 6.1026, 6.608, 6.998, 7.77, 7.112, 7.497, 10.181, 10.282, 10.310
GREAT :   <mikla (a)>   make great, 'embiggen'; (mid.) acquire fame   --
5.213
GREAT :   <rkr>   great, powerful, magnificent   --
8.594
GREAT :   <strr>   great, huge   --
6.549, 6.718
GREAT-GRANDFATHER :   <i>   Ai, Great-grandfather   --
9.338, 9.442
GREAT-THIEF :   <Alifr>   Althjof, Great-thief   --
9.329
GREATEST :   <mestr>   most, greatest   --
5.527, 6.1044, 6.1083, 6.960, 7.706, 9.294
GREATLY :   <kaft>   greatly   --
6.1357
GREED :   <girni>   greed   --
2.133
GREEN :   <grnn>   green   --
9.120, 9.558
GREETING :   <kveja>   greeting, salute   --
7.191
GRETTIR :   <Grettir>   Grettir   --
3.19, 3.82, 3.173, 3.207, 3.247, 3.295, 3.333, 3.351, 3.378, 3.429, 3.480, 3.531, 3.572
GREY-BEARDED :   <hrr>   hoary, grey-haired, grey-bearded; (a name of Odin)   --
9.623
GREY-HAIRED :   <hrr>   hoary, grey-haired, grey-bearded; (a name of Odin)   --
9.623
GREYHAIR :   <Hr>   Har, Greyhair   --
9.435
GRIEF :   <harmr>   sorrow, grief   --
5.162
GRIP :   <halda>   hold; hold fast, grip; keep; steer; protect; last, hold good, remain   --
3.272, 6.447
GROUND :   <grund>   ground, bottom; broad surface; surface of the earth, earth   --
9.118
GROUND :   <jr>   earth, world; ground, soil   --
2.10, 2.235, 2.253, 2.282, 2.332, 2.339, 2.382, 2.400, 2.424, 5.285, 6.1327, 9.81, 9.309
GROUND :   <salr>   ground; hall; (pl.) a complex dwelling   --
8.685, 9.114, 9.145, 9.417
GROUND :   <valtigr>   hawk's ground, i.e. the arm   --
7.652
GROUND :   <vllr>   level ground, ground; plain; field   --
4.80, 4.148, 5.265, 9.728, 10.315
GROW :   <flna (a)>   grow pale; fade   --
2.351
GROW :   <gra>   grow   --
2.391, 9.119
GROW :   <vaxa>   wax, grow, increase   --
1.297, 2.337, 2.360, 5.505, 5.512
GROW :   <rask (a)>   thrive, grow (big), increase   --
10.781
GROWTH :   <frami>   advancement, benefit, profit; luck; courage, ability; growth, success, fame   --
10.55
GRUDGE :   <spara (, a)>   spare; grudge, deny   --
6.889
GRUDGE :   <unna>   not grudge; grant, allow; love   --
7.304
GUARD :   <gta (tt)>   attend to, tend, guard, watch over; keep watch   --
9.181, 9.271, 9.687, 9.748
GUARDIAN :   <Hattargrii>   Hott's guardian   --
6.794
GUESS :   <geta>   get, obtain; engender; (with ppart.) be able to, get done; (with infin.) happen to (do); be obtainable; guess, suppose; relate, tell of   --
3.311, 3.388, 4.207, 4.236, 4.268, 5.483, 8.578, 10.109, 10.222, 10.670, 10.774
GUEST :   <gestr>   guest   --
10.36, 10.191
GUILTLESS :   <saklauss>   innocent, guiltless   --
6.666, 6.708
GULLVEIG :   <Gullveig>   Gullveig   --
9.617
GUNNAR :   <Gunnarr>   Gunnar   --
4.6, 4.31, 4.58, 4.94, 4.157, 4.197, 4.229, 4.263, 4.319, 4.383
GUNNAR :   <Hallgerr>   Hallgertha, Gunnar's wife   --
4.39
GUNNHILD :   <Gunnhildr>   Gunnhild   --
5.13, 5.75
GUNNLATH :   <Gunnl>   Gunnlath   --
10.374
HABIT :   <vandi>   custom, habit   --
6.488, 6.703
HABITS :   <httr>   kind, type; (pl.) activity, habits, behavior   --
2.269, 2.432
HAFT :   <Hepti>   Hepti, Haft   --
9.383
HAIR :   <hr>   hair   --
2.361
HALBERD :   <ksia>   a kind of halberd, long spear   --
7.702
HALF :   <hlfr>   half   --
1.485, 10.628
HALFDAN :   <Hlfdanarson>   son of Halfdan   --
1.130
HALL :   <anddyri>   vestibule of hall   --
3.470
HALL :   <flet>   boards of a hall used for seating   --
10.25
HALL :   <hll>   hall   --
6.37, 6.1056, 6.1197, 6.294, 6.382, 6.638, 6.945, 8.668, 9.622
HALL :   <salr>   ground; hall; (pl.) a complex dwelling   --
8.685, 9.114, 9.145, 9.417
HALL :   <set>   seat; raised floor along the sides of a hall   --
3.187, 3.250, 3.354, 9.420
HALL :   <skli>   shed; hall, sleeping-hall   --
3.8, 3.38, 3.128, 3.139, 3.193, 3.394, 4.5, 4.37, 4.93
HALLGERTHA :   <Hallgerr>   Hallgertha, Gunnar's wife   --
4.39
HALLOW :   <vgja ()>   hallow, consecrate; lay a spell on   --
8.609
HANAR :   <Hnarr>   Hanar   --
9.385
HAND :   <handarvanr>   bereft of a hand, lacking a hand, one-armed   --
10.699
HAND :   <hnd>   hand, arm and hand; side, part   --
3.241, 3.297, 4.421, 6.84, 6.93, 8.730, 8.746, 9.134, 10.761
HAND :   <lfi>   palm of the hand   --
6.573
HANDSOME :   <frr>   handsome   --
8.116
HAPPEN :   <fara>   fare, happen, turn out; go, move, travel   --
1.219, 1.329, 1.417, 1.488, 3.32, 3.60, 3.104, 3.350, 3.449, 4.67, 4.242, 5.47, 5.58, 5.408, 6.6, 6.1124, 6.1163, 6.1259, 6.1339, 6.440, 6.457, 6.546, 6.869, 7.124, 7.333, 7.474, 8.81, 8.121, 8.137, 8.152, 8.377, 8.926, 10.85, 10.589
HAPPEN :   <geta>   get, obtain; engender; (with ppart.) be able to, get done; (with infin.) happen to (do); be obtainable; guess, suppose; relate, tell of   --
3.311, 3.388, 4.207, 4.236, 4.268, 5.483, 8.578, 10.109, 10.222, 10.670, 10.774
HAPPEN :   <taka>   take, take hold of; seize, capture; take to oneself, undertake; choose; accept, receive; begin (with infin.); reach, touch, strike against; happen, come to pass   --
4.255, 4.432, 6.1184, 6.1346, 6.285, 6.332, 6.408, 6.521, 6.575, 6.705, 7.269, 7.382, 7.511, 7.607, 8.907
HAPPEN :   <vera>   be; stay; be done; happen   --
1.71, 1.89, 1.94, 1.168, 1.191, 1.199, 1.216, 1.228, 1.259, 1.294, 1.311, 1.337, 1.357, 1.411, 1.428, 1.432, 1.449, 1.455, 2.24, 2.54, 2.88, 2.126, 2.212, 2.265, 2.278, 2.283, 2.307, 2.314, 2.330, 2.353, 2.378, 2.386, 2.398, 2.425, 2.439, 3.30, 3.59, 3.78, 3.164, 3.423, 3.432, 4.7, 4.61, 4.156, 4.178, 4.304, 4.328, 4.341, 4.412, 4.428, 4.446, 4.489, 4.504, 5.25, 5.85, 5.170, 5.262, 5.328, 5.335, 5.348, 5.359, 5.417, 6.39, 6.57, 6.94, 6.1042, 6.105, 6.1055, 6.1076, 6.1080, 6.1103, 6.116, 6.1205, 6.1278, 6.128, 6.154, 6.237, 6.301, 6.347, 6.389, 6.475, 6.516, 6.535, 6.635, 6.665, 6.669, 6.711, 6.773, 6.832, 6.845, 6.948, 6.957, 7.51, 7.72, 7.105, 7.116, 7.120, 7.125, 7.151, 7.155, 7.171, 7.230, 7.244, 7.248, 7.258, 7.318, 7.414, 7.423, 7.439, 7.444, 7.468, 7.478, 7.500, 7.521, 7.527, 7.548, 7.627, 7.700, 8.25, 8.58, 8.75, 8.79, 8.88, 8.143, 8.190, 8.311, 8.338, 8.382, 8.442, 8.457, 8.461, 8.481, 8.486, 8.493, 8.715, 8.775, 8.839, 8.871, 8.911, 8.914, 9.68, 9.74, 9.87, 9.117, 9.237, 9.238, 9.292, 9.403, 9.431, 9.664, 9.714, 9.721, 10.18, 10.37, 10.45, 10.64, 10.68, 10.77, 10.94, 10.122, 10.129, 10.156, 10.217, 10.227, 10.245, 10.280, 10.291, 10.308, 10.318, 10.328, 10.371, 10.392, 10.455, 10.476, 10.483, 10.486, 10.499, 10.528, 10.551, 10.561, 10.586, 10.605, 10.620, 10.629, 10.646, 10.648, 10.665, 10.683, 10.705, 10.709, 10.721, 10.724, 10.749, 10.753, 10.756, 10.799
HAPPEN :   <vera>   happen, come to pass; befall; chance to be; become   --
1.66, 1.369, 1.437, 2.114, 3.365, 4.74, 4.121, 4.294, 4.476, 5.64, 5.137, 6.1199, 6.247, 7.629, 7.693, 8.312, 8.383, 8.410, 8.556, 9.296, 9.585, 10.134, 10.170, 10.384, 10.385, 10.594, 10.626
HAPPILY :   <sllifr>   having a happy life, living happily   --
10.668
HAPPINESS :   <sla>   happiness; prosperity   --
2.207
HAPPY :   <sll>   fortunate, happy   --
6.126, 6.143, 6.271, 6.544, 10.218, 10.246
HAPPY :   <sllifr>   having a happy life, living happily   --
10.668
HAR :   <Hr>   Har, Greyhair   --
9.435
HARALD :   <Haraldr>   Harald   --
1.127, 1.225, 1.382, 1.431, 7.5, 7.63, 7.185, 7.279, 7.337, 7.360, 7.408, 7.424, 7.436, 7.454, 7.551, 7.563, 7.624
HARD :   <fast>   fast, strongly, hard; certainly   --
3.199, 3.221, 3.243, 3.279, 3.310, 3.335, 6.1290, 6.1317
HARD :   <fastr>   firm, fast; hard, severe; continuous   --
6.1279
HARD :   <hart>   hard; sharply   --
3.497, 8.153
HARD :   <harr>   hard, severe, sharp   --
6.600, 7.697
HARM :   <hski>   danger, harm   --
6.1119
HARM :   <l>   harm, destruction, misfortune   --
9.753
HARM :   <mein>   harm, hurt, injury, pain; disease, plague   --
8.917
HARM :   <nau(r)>   distress, harm; poverty   --
6.557
HARMFUL :   <meinsamr>   harmful, violent   --
8.316
HARNESS :   <reii>   trappings, harness; rigging, tackle   --
8.300
HARRIER :   <herr>   harrier, destroyer   --
10.751
HAS :   <rlglauss>   fateless (i.e. on whom fate has not yet been imposed)   --
9.497
HASTEN :   <skynda (d)>   cause to hasten, hurry; (intr.) hasten   --
8.498
HASTY :   <brr>   hasty, impatient   --
10.46
HAUGSPORI :   <Haugspori>   Haugspori, Mound-river   --
9.436
HAUL :   <draga>   draw, haul   --
3.390, 3.530, 5.421
HAVE :   <eiga>   own, have, possess; have in marriage; have the power to; have claim to; have duty to   --
3.402, 3.422, 5.441, 8.412, 8.778, 8.898, 9.146, 9.154, 9.162, 9.508, 9.698, 10.232, 10.250, 10.540
HAVE :   <f>   get, take; catch; have, make use of; put; give; receive; suffer; (with ppart.) be able to, get accomplished; (mid.) take place; struggle   --
3.435, 3.484, 4.347, 4.396, 5.23, 5.397, 6.1299, 6.259, 6.604, 6.828, 7.391, 8.113, 10.176
HAVE :   <hafa ()>   have, keep; hold; accept   --
1.35, 1.97, 1.447, 2.258, 2.428, 3.488, 3.525, 4.372, 4.402, 5.14, 5.42, 5.154, 5.198, 5.381, 6.56, 6.1002, 6.1019, 6.191, 6.199, 6.207, 6.219, 6.230, 6.283, 6.330, 6.399, 6.406, 6.418, 6.429, 6.485, 6.640, 6.664, 6.699, 6.730, 6.738, 6.758, 6.865, 6.918, 6.991, 7.199, 7.295, 7.309, 7.586, 8.6, 8.405, 8.436, 8.751, 8.821, 8.902, 9.48, 9.363, 9.469, 9.512, 9.750, 10.82, 10.259, 10.817
HAVE :   <ra>   advise, counsel; discuss; plot; set, arrange; decide; govern; prevail; have to deal with; go, take one's way   --
3.189, 8.688
HAVE :   <tra ()>   believe, trust, have faith in   --
2.59, 8.562, 8.585, 8.850, 8.936, 10.558
HAVING :   <blesttr>   having a white mark on the forehead   --
7.11
HAVING :   <sllifr>   having a happy life, living happily   --
10.668
HAWK :   <valtigr>   hawk's ground, i.e. the arm   --
7.652
HAWKS :   <stallr>   stall; perch (for hawks)   --
6.23
HEAD :   <Inglfshfi>   Ingolf's Head   --
1.260
HEAD :   <hjalmstallr>   the support of the helmet, i.e. the head   --
7.676
HEAD :   <hfu>   head   --
2.318
HEAD :   <hfu>   head; person   --
3.87, 10.754
HEALTH :   <heill>   sound, safe; in health   --
7.252, 8.431, 8.965, 10.35
HEAP :   <beinahrga>   heap of bones   --
6.89, 6.107, 6.166, 6.443
HEAP :   <hrga>   heap   --
3.183
HEAR :   <fregna>   learn, hear of; ask   --
5.487
HEAR :   <heyra ()>   hear, hear of   --
3.18, 3.150, 3.161, 5.519, 6.61
HEAR :   <hla (dd)>   listen to, hear   --
8.550, 10.200
HEAR :   <spyrja (spuri)>   trace, find out (about); hear; ask   --
6.30, 6.102, 6.660, 6.790, 6.980, 8.71, 10.806
HEARING :   <hlj>   silence, hearing   --
5.399, 5.457, 9.5, 10.197
HEART :   <festa (t)>   fasten; strengthen; learn by heart; bite, take effect on   --
7.618
HEART :   <hjarta>   heart   --
6.1321
HEART :   <hugr>   mind; thought; heart, spirit   --
8.203, 8.529, 8.777, 8.875, 10.572
HEART :   <munstrnd>   shore of the mind, breast, heart   --
5.415
HEARTH :   <afl>   hearth, fireplace or chimney of a forge   --
9.217
HEATHEN :   <heiinn>   heathen   --
1.340
HEATHEN :   <jl>   Yule, midwinter heathen feast, later applied to Christmas   --
6.975
HEAVEN :   <himiniourr>   rim of heaven, horizon or precinct of heaven, sky   --
9.138
HEAVEN :   <himinn>   heaven, sky   --
2.8
HEAVEN :   <uphiminn>   'upper heaven', the heavens or sky above   --
9.85
HEAVENS :   <uphiminn>   'upper heaven', the heavens or sky above   --
9.85
HEAVY :   <afr>   payment, tribute; heavy penalty or toll   --
9.691
HEED :   <gaumr>   heed, attention   --
6.309, 6.743
HEED :   <rkja (kt)>   neglect, fail to heed   --
2.68
HEEL :   <hll>   heel   --
3.41
HEIMDALL :   <Heimdallr>   Heimdall, World-radiance   --
9.15
HEITHREK :   <Heirekr>   Heithrek   --
8.589
HELL :   <helgrind>   gate of hell   --
8.482
HELMET :   <hjalmstallr>   the support of the helmet, i.e. the head   --
7.676
HELMET :   <hjlmr>   helmet   --
7.85, 7.584, 8.291, 8.663
HELP :   <duga>   help, aid, be of avail, be of assistance   --
4.498, 8.631, 10.703
HELP :   <hjlpa>   help   --
6.366
HELP :   <li>   people; band, host; troops; herd; help, aid   --
5.316, 7.19, 7.158, 7.448, 9.407, 9.482
HELP :   <veita (tt)>   grant, give; help; pay, yield; (recip.) back one another   --
2.200, 5.220, 5.235, 5.314, 7.536, 7.688, 8.444
HENCE :   <hean>   from here, hence   --
5.102, 8.55, 8.968
HENCHMAN :   <mar>   man, person; husband; henchman   --
1.145, 1.212, 1.313, 1.341, 1.358, 1.371, 1.403, 1.481, 1.498, 2.20, 2.103, 2.184, 4.501, 5.166, 5.181, 5.187, 5.292, 5.485, 6.42, 6.84, 6.1102, 6.1114, 6.1129, 6.364, 6.380, 6.398, 6.633, 6.650, 6.698, 6.709, 6.750, 6.834, 6.847, 6.934, 6.952, 6.977, 7.113, 7.250, 7.322, 7.418, 7.459, 7.561, 8.138, 8.388, 8.648, 8.679, 8.915, 8.933, 10.78, 10.154, 10.177, 10.231, 10.260, 10.276, 10.304, 10.424, 10.439, 10.466, 10.495, 10.524, 10.604, 10.606, 10.625, 10.641, 10.679, 10.771
HEPTI :   <Hepti>   Hepti, Haft   --
9.383
HER :   <sik>   him-, her-, it-self; them-selves; one-self   --
3.152, 3.178, 3.258, 3.465, 3.533, 5.40, 5.54, 6.1165, 6.1174, 6.336, 6.344, 6.367, 6.401, 6.755, 7.89, 7.218, 8.948, 10.108, 10.220, 10.497, 10.526
HER :   <sjlfr>   self; him-, her-, it-self; themselves   --
10.248
HERD :   <hjr>   herd, flock   --
8.15, 10.410, 10.697
HERD :   <li>   people; band, host; troops; herd; help, aid   --
5.316, 7.19, 7.158, 7.448, 9.407, 9.482
HERDSMAN :   <fhirir>   herdsman   --
8.192
HERDSMAN :   <hirir>   herdsman   --
8.23, 8.69, 8.130
HERE :   <hean>   from here, hence   --
5.102, 8.55, 8.968
HERE :   <hera>   here, hither   --
8.136
HERE :   <hr>   here   --
1.312, 1.338, 5.20, 6.1067, 6.1137, 6.129, 6.680, 6.701, 7.175
HERO :   <kappi>   champion, hero   --
6.1034, 6.386, 6.627
HERO :   <seggr>   man; hero, warrior   --
8.13, 9.601
HERON :   <hegri>   heron   --
10.355
HERVARTH :   <Hervarr>   Hervarth   --
8.281
HERVOR :   <Hervr>   Hervor   --
8.42, 8.99, 8.161, 8.210, 8.260, 8.370, 8.549, 8.776
HIDE :   <fela>   hide; make over, commend   --
8.359
HIDEOUSLY :   <afskrmiliga>   hideously   --
3.91
HIGH :   <gnfa (a)>   to rise high, tower   --
3.116
HIGH :   <hr>   tall, high; loud   --
2.286, 5.395, 6.177, 6.213, 6.284, 7.319, 7.664, 9.215, 9.544
HIGH :   <ofarliga>   high up   --
3.117
HIGH :   <svella>   swell, rise high   --
8.209
HIGHEST :   <efstr>   uppermost, highest   --
2.397
HILDR :   <Hildr>   Hildr, a valkyrie   --
7.657
HIM :   <sik>   him-, her-, it-self; them-selves; one-self   --
3.152, 3.178, 3.258, 3.465, 3.533, 5.40, 5.54, 6.1165, 6.1174, 6.336, 6.344, 6.367, 6.401, 6.755, 7.89, 7.218, 8.948, 10.108, 10.220, 10.497, 10.526
HIM :   <sjlfr>   self; him-, her-, it-self; themselves   --
10.248
HINDER :   <letja (latti)>   hinder, dissuade   --
8.112
HISTORY :   <fri>   lore; history   --
1.91
HISTORY :   <saga>   story; history   --
1.201
HIT :   <hitta (tt)>   hit upon; find, meet   --
8.5, 9.206
HITHER :   <hera>   here, hither   --
8.136
HITHER :   <hingat>   hither   --
1.375, 1.418, 5.48, 6.1022
HJALMAR :   <Hjlmarr>   Hjalmar   --
8.697, 8.712, 8.905
HJORVARTH :   <Hjrvarr>   Hjorvarth   --
8.59, 8.282
HLEITHARGARTH :   <Hleiargarr>   Hleithargarth, Lejre   --
6.11
HLEVANG :   <Hlvangr>   Hlevang, Lee-plain   --
9.437
HOARY :   <hrr>   hoary, grey-haired, grey-bearded; (a name of Odin)   --
9.623
HOENIR :   <Hnir>   Hoenir   --
9.524
HOLD :   <fang>   grasp, hold; breast; wrestling, contest; catch; provisions   --
3.499
HOLD :   <hafa ()>   have, keep; hold; accept   --
1.35, 1.97, 1.447, 2.258, 2.428, 3.488, 3.525, 4.372, 4.402, 5.14, 5.42, 5.154, 5.198, 5.381, 6.56, 6.1002, 6.1019, 6.191, 6.199, 6.207, 6.219, 6.230, 6.283, 6.330, 6.399, 6.406, 6.418, 6.429, 6.485, 6.640, 6.664, 6.699, 6.730, 6.738, 6.758, 6.865, 6.918, 6.991, 7.199, 7.295, 7.309, 7.586, 8.6, 8.405, 8.436, 8.751, 8.821, 8.902, 9.48, 9.363, 9.469, 9.512, 9.750, 10.82, 10.259, 10.817
HOLD :   <halda>   hold; hold fast, grip; keep; steer; protect; last, hold good, remain   --
3.272, 6.447
HOLD :   <taka>   take, take hold of; seize, capture; take to oneself, undertake; choose; accept, receive; begin (with infin.); reach, touch, strike against; happen, come to pass   --
4.255, 4.432, 6.1184, 6.1346, 6.285, 6.332, 6.408, 6.521, 6.575, 6.705, 7.269, 7.382, 7.511, 7.607, 8.907
HOLLOW :   <holr>   hollow   --
6.572
HOLLOW :   <leggr>   hollow bone (of arms and legs); leg   --
6.354, 6.581, 9.283
HOLY :   <ginnheilagr>   most holy, sacred   --
9.176, 9.266, 9.682, 9.743
HOLY :   <heilagr>   holy, sacred   --
1.180, 9.9
HOME :   <heim>   home; to(wards) the house   --
4.60, 4.68, 6.1038, 10.415
HOME :   <heima>   home; (as adv.) at home   --
4.158, 4.179, 10.130
HOME :   <tn>   courtyard, (enclosed) field; home meadow; (pl.) farmstead; abode   --
9.235
HOMESTEAD :   <heimisgarar>   (pl.) courtyards of a house, homestead(s), premises   --
10.167
HONOR :   <sm, smd>   honor; redress, compensation   --
6.886, 7.389
HORIZON :   <himiniourr>   rim of heaven, horizon or precinct of heaven, sky   --
9.138
HORN :   <horn>   horn; drinking horn; corner   --
6.67
HORNBORI :   <Hornbori>   Hornbori   --
9.388
HORSE :   <hestr>   stallion, horse   --
6.20, 6.26, 7.10, 7.41, 7.91, 7.708
HORSE :   <hross>   horse   --
10.696
HORSEMAN :   <riddari>   rider, horseman   --
7.139, 7.149, 7.184, 7.293, 7.404
HOSPITALITY :   <l>   invitation; hospitality   --
5.440
HOST :   <drttinn>   leader of the host, lord   --
9.275
HOST :   <fylking>   battle array, host   --
7.14, 7.141, 7.579
HOST :   <flk>   troop, host of warriors; men   --
9.710
HOST :   <gefandi>   giver, host   --
10.34
HOST :   <li>   people; band, host; troops; herd; help, aid   --
5.316, 7.19, 7.158, 7.448, 9.407, 9.482
HOSTILITY :   <frir>   hostility, war   --
7.235
HOTT :   <Hattargrii>   Hott's guardian   --
6.794
HOTT :   <Httr>   Hott   --
6.1073, 6.1162, 6.1216, 6.122, 6.1343, 6.1355, 6.136, 6.174, 6.262, 6.337, 6.342, 6.388, 6.419, 6.500, 6.515, 6.540, 6.856, 6.939, 6.981
HOUR :   <stund>   period of time; hour; time   --
2.50, 5.117
HOUSE :   <heim>   home; to(wards) the house   --
4.60, 4.68, 6.1038, 10.415
HOUSE :   <heimisgarar>   (pl.) courtyards of a house, homestead(s), premises   --
10.167
HOUSE :   <hs>   house; room of house; (pl.) farm   --
3.35, 3.63, 3.570, 4.196, 4.223, 9.488, 9.648
HOUSE :   <inni>   within, within the house   --
3.426, 4.447, 4.466
HOVER :   <ruma ()>   stand motionless, hover; remain silent   --
10.361
HOW :   <at_v_er>   how; as   --
1.197
HOW :   <hversu>   how, however   --
7.18
HOW :   <hv>   how   --
5.477, 8.882
HOW :   <kunna>   know, know how to; be able   --
1.148, 2.187, 5.78, 7.455, 8.50, 9.659, 10.425
HOW :   <vita (ssi)>   know, be aware of; understand; know how (to); know of; find out   --
2.435, 4.54, 4.71, 4.168, 4.173, 4.407, 4.483, 6.770, 8.721, 8.835, 9.142, 9.150, 9.158, 9.539, 9.572, 10.20, 10.339, 10.412, 10.448, 10.451, 10.656
HOWEVER :   <hversu>   how, however   --
7.18
HOWEVER :   <hvrt>   whether; (introduces direct question); however   --
4.57, 4.155, 6.662, 7.154, 9.688
HOWEVER :   <>   yet, and yet; however, nevertheless   --
2.266, 3.387, 3.431, 4.480, 5.41, 5.188, 6.358, 7.491, 7.507, 7.526, 8.168, 8.411, 8.530, 9.632, 10.505, 10.723
HRANI :   <Hrani>   Hrani   --
8.283
HROLF :   <Hrlfr>   Hrolf   --
6.385, 6.624, 6.658, 6.676, 6.689
HUGE :   <strr>   great, huge   --
6.549, 6.718
HUGE :   <strskorinn>   of huge proportions   --
3.95
HUMAN :   <gumi>   man, human   --
10.346, 10.365, 10.402, 10.622, 10.730
HUMAN :   <manlkan>   human likeness or form, being in human shape   --
9.303
HUMAN :   <mannvit>   human intelligence, common sense   --
10.180, 10.281, 10.309, 10.783
HUMAN :   <menskr>   human   --
8.681
HUMAN :   <ld>   age; mankind, humanity, world; (pl.) men, human beings   --
9.69, 9.464, 9.598, 10.335, 10.630
HUMANITY :   <ld>   age; mankind, humanity, world; (pl.) men, human beings   --
9.69, 9.464, 9.598, 10.335, 10.630
HUNDRED :   <sjau hundru ok rr tigir>   eight hundred seventy   --
1.192
HURL :   <fleygja (g)>   let something fly; shoot; hurl   --
9.706
HURL :   <fra ()>   bring, send; hurl, smite; move; present   --
3.379, 3.459
HURL :   <setja>   set, place, put; seat; set up; establish; endow; direct; hurl; adorn   --
4.77, 6.51, 6.340, 6.390, 6.570, 6.588, 6.937, 7.701
HURRY :   <skynda (d)>   cause to hasten, hurry; (intr.) hasten   --
8.498
HURT :   <mein>   harm, hurt, injury, pain; disease, plague   --
8.917
HUSBAND :   <bndi>   yeoman, franklin; husband   --
3.149
HUSBAND :   <mar>   man, person; husband; henchman   --
1.145, 1.212, 1.313, 1.341, 1.358, 1.371, 1.403, 1.481, 1.498, 2.20, 2.103, 2.184, 4.501, 5.166, 5.181, 5.187, 5.292, 5.485, 6.42, 6.84, 6.1102, 6.1114, 6.1129, 6.364, 6.380, 6.398, 6.633, 6.650, 6.698, 6.709, 6.750, 6.834, 6.847, 6.934, 6.952, 6.977, 7.113, 7.250, 7.322, 7.418, 7.459, 7.561, 8.138, 8.388, 8.648, 8.679, 8.915, 8.933, 10.78, 10.154, 10.177, 10.231, 10.260, 10.276, 10.304, 10.424, 10.439, 10.466, 10.495, 10.524, 10.604, 10.606, 10.625, 10.641, 10.679, 10.771
HUSBAND :   <r>   wood, raving, frenzied, raging, mad with fear; enraged; (name of Freyja's husband or lover) Od   --
9.758
I. :   <hjalmstallr>   the support of the helmet, i.e. the head   --
7.676
I. :   <valtigr>   hawk's ground, i.e. the arm   --
7.652
I. :   <rlglauss>   fateless (i.e. on whom fate has not yet been imposed)   --
9.497
IARI :   <Iari>   Iari   --
9.393
ICE :   <sabrot>   the breaking of the ice   --
5.425
ICE :   <ss>   ice, icicle   --
7.673
ICELAND :   <sland>   Iceland   --
1.111, 1.120, 1.223, 1.295, 1.493
ICELANDERS :   <landaurar>   land-dues; a tax paid by Icelanders to the king upon arrival in Norway   --
1.457
ICELANDERS :   <slendingabk>   Book of Icelanders   --
1.5
ICICLE :   <ss>   ice, icicle   --
7.673
IF :   <ef>   if; whether; (to see) if; lest   --
4.345, 4.444, 5.8, 5.98, 5.210, 5.333, 5.338, 5.480, 6.1063, 6.467, 8.500, 8.561, 8.750, 8.849, 8.935, 10.107, 10.511, 10.772, 10.820
IF :   <lta>   put, place; let, allow; concede, yield; leave, leave off; lose; cause to be done, command; behave (as if); declare; sound   --
1.176, 1.343, 3.148, 5.287, 5.367, 6.1161, 6.502, 6.648, 8.174, 8.428
IF :   <sem>   as; as if, that; while; when; where   --
1.265, 2.116, 3.309, 3.363, 3.383, 3.420, 3.496, 4.502, 5.63, 5.168, 5.365, 6.54, 6.1040, 6.1060, 6.1127, 6.1144, 6.1218, 6.1342, 6.1351, 6.189, 6.242, 6.299, 6.328, 6.473, 6.503, 6.532, 6.591, 6.826, 6.907, 6.916, 6.972, 7.238, 7.316, 7.352, 8.83, 8.236, 8.343, 8.434, 8.458, 9.310, 10.331, 10.485
IF :   <sv>   so, thus, in this way; also; as, as if   --
1.33, 1.427, 1.510, 2.142, 2.170, 2.219, 2.306, 2.352, 2.422, 3.42, 3.242, 3.278, 3.334, 3.418, 3.547, 3.564, 4.243, 4.499, 5.237, 5.417, 6.1057, 6.1204, 6.1303, 6.1316, 6.188, 6.210, 6.226, 6.240, 6.348, 6.449, 6.517, 6.576, 6.599, 6.767, 6.853, 7.445, 7.517, 7.614, 7.655, 7.699, 8.120, 8.337, 8.374, 8.427, 8.520, 8.610, 10.204, 10.329
IGNORANCE :   <dylja (duli)>   keep on in ignorance of; (mid.) deceive oneself   --
5.132
ILL :   <illa>   ill, badly   --
7.628, 10.441, 10.557
IMPATIENT :   <brr>   hasty, impatient   --
10.46
IMPOSE :   <skepia (skp, skapa)>   make, create; pronounce, impose, decree   --
9.109, 9.222, 9.276
IMPOSED :   <rlglauss>   fateless (i.e. on whom fate has not yet been imposed)   --
9.497
IMPOSING :   <mikilligr>   imposing, of distinguished appearance   --
6.634
INASMUCH :   <me_v_at>   inasmuch as, because   --
1.30
INCAUTIOUSLY :   <varliga>   incautiously   --
7.473
INCISIONS :   <skera>   shear, cut; cut through; cut open, pierce; make incisions, carve   --
9.586
INCLINATION :   <ge>   disposition; mind; wits; sense; inclination   --
10.160, 10.345, 10.364, 10.401, 10.565, 10.621
INCORRECTLY :   <missegja>   relate incorrectly   --
1.88
INCREASE :   <auka>   to increase, add   --
1.39, 1.61, 8.319
INCREASE :   <auki>   increase   --
3.460
INCREASE :   <fylla (d)>   fill; complete; increase   --
7.372
INCREASE :   <vaxa>   wax, grow, increase   --
1.297, 2.337, 2.360, 5.505, 5.512
INCREASE :   <rask (a)>   thrive, grow (big), increase   --
10.781
INFORMATION :   <fregn>   news, information   --
6.622
INFORMATION :   <ml>   speech, tale; information; period of time   --
8.104, 8.198, 8.840, 9.402, 10.429
ING :   <litr>   looks, appearance; color(ing)   --
9.517, 9.529
INGOLF :   <Ingfr>   Ingolf   --
1.210
INGOLF :   <Inglfsfell>   Ingolf's Fell   --
1.273
INGOLF :   <Inglfshfi>   Ingolf's Head   --
1.260
INHABIT :   <byggja (g)>   dwell, settle; build, inhabit   --
1.121, 1.247, 2.107, 2.123, 9.73
INHABITANT :   <eyjarskeggi>   inhabitant of an island   --
8.51
INHERITANCE :   <arfr>   inheritance   --
8.445
INJURY :   <geigr>   serious injury   --
4.348
INJURY :   <mein>   harm, hurt, injury, pain; disease, plague   --
8.917
INJURY :   <vti>   penalty, punishment, liability to penalty; injury, misfortune   --
10.171
INLAY :   <grafa>   dig; engrave, inlay   --
2.284, 2.299, 2.389, 8.397, 8.657
INLET :   <sr (svar)>   sea, inlet of the sea; lake   --
9.77, 9.576, 10.618
INNOCENT :   <saklauss>   innocent, guiltless   --
6.666, 6.708
INTELLECT :   <hyggiandi>   thought, intellect, mind   --
10.151
INTELLIGENCE :   <mannvit>   human intelligence, common sense   --
10.180, 10.281, 10.309, 10.783
INTELLIGENCE :   <vit>   intelligence, sense   --
10.121, 10.253
INTEND :   <vilja>   will, wish, be willing; intend   --
1.335, 2.149, 3.373, 5.212, 5.281, 5.340, 6.1099, 6.1131, 6.1284, 6.182, 6.365, 6.436, 6.646, 6.807, 6.831, 6.912, 7.27, 7.206, 7.275, 7.490, 8.786, 8.969, 9.16
INTEND :   <tla (a)>   think, consider (to be); expect, look for; intend (to do)   --
3.314, 3.410, 4.225, 6.1062, 6.244, 6.554
INTENSE :   <hugleikinn>   entranced, in a trance; intense(ly)   --
9.662
INTERPRET :   <a (dd)>   make equivalent, interpret as   --
2.404
INTO :   <innan>   from within; into; within   --
8.341
INTO :   <rta (a)>   throw into disorder, upset   --
6.201
INTO :   <>   in, within; among; during; into, onto   --
1.90, 1.133, 1.200, 1.233, 1.249, 1.291, 1.298, 2.77, 2.86, 2.213, 2.261, 2.285, 2.303, 2.317, 2.446, 3.7, 3.45, 3.113, 3.186, 3.196, 3.209, 3.217, 3.233, 3.238, 3.253, 3.256, 3.292, 3.354, 3.443, 3.460, 3.469, 3.498, 3.505, 3.510, 3.555, 4.33, 4.36, 4.260, 4.276, 5.104, 5.106, 5.133, 6.36, 6.66, 6.68, 6.106, 6.1107, 6.1117, 6.1156, 6.1194, 6.1243, 6.1280, 6.1295, 6.1320, 6.202, 6.302, 6.381, 6.442, 6.454, 6.596, 6.630, 6.713, 6.930, 6.944, 6.996, 7.37, 7.157, 7.239, 7.556, 7.578, 7.609, 7.661, 7.677, 8.9, 8.28, 8.204, 8.328, 8.345, 8.432, 8.487, 8.534, 8.621, 8.729, 8.745, 8.782, 8.874, 8.912, 8.966, 8.975, 9.234, 9.405, 9.552, 9.614, 9.621, 9.709, 9.718, 10.236, 10.287, 10.372, 10.758, 10.789
INTR. :   <skynda (d)>   cause to hasten, hurry; (intr.) hasten   --
8.498
INTRODUCES :   <hvrt>   whether; (introduces direct question); however   --
4.57, 4.155, 6.662, 7.154, 9.688
INVENT :   <finna>   find, meet; discover; notice; invent   --
2.181, 5.463, 7.179, 9.82, 9.489, 10.504, 10.533, 10.603
INVESTIGATE :   <nsa (t)>   peer, search, investigate   --
10.205
INVITATION :   <l>   invitation; hospitality   --
5.440
INVITATION :   <il>   friendly invitation   --
10.103
IRISH :   <papi>   Irish monk, Culdee   --
1.319
IRISH :   <rskr>   Irish   --
1.346, 1.359
ISLAND :   <ey>   island   --
8.29, 8.171
ISLAND :   <eybarmr>   surface of an island   --
8.489
ISLAND :   <eyjarskeggi>   inhabitant of an island   --
8.51
ISLEIF :   <sleifr>   Isleif   --
1.151
IT-SELF :   <sik>   him-, her-, it-self; them-selves; one-self   --
3.152, 3.178, 3.258, 3.465, 3.533, 5.40, 5.54, 6.1165, 6.1174, 6.336, 6.344, 6.367, 6.401, 6.755, 7.89, 7.218, 8.948, 10.108, 10.220, 10.497, 10.526
IT-SELF :   <sjlfr>   self; him-, her-, it-self; themselves   --
10.248
ITHAVALE :   <Iavllr>   Ithavale   --
9.209
IVAR :   <varr>   Ivar   --
1.173
IVORY :   <bein>   bone; ivory   --
2.409, 6.492, 6.710, 7.611
JERK :   <kippa (, t)>   pull, jerk; snatch, pick up; rend   --
3.251, 6.928
JEWEL :   <men>   necklace; jewel, treasure   --
8.101
JOIN :   <mta (tt)>   meet; deal with; (mid.) join, meet   --
5.242, 7.668
JOINT :   <lir>   joint   --
6.356
JOURNEY :   <fr>   journey, expedition   --
1.370, 7.52
JOURNEY :   <lei>   way, journey; road, path; manner, fashion   --
6.8
JOURNEY :   <vegnest>   provisions for a journey   --
10.311
JOY :   <angan>   delight, joy   --
9.666
JUDGEMENT :   <rcstll>   judgement or council seat   --
9.175, 9.265, 9.681, 9.742
JUST :   <rttr>   right, correct; just, fair; unswerving; direct   --
6.594, 9.369
KEEP :   <dylja (duli)>   keep on in ignorance of; (mid.) deceive oneself   --
5.132
KEEP :   <gta (tt)>   attend to, tend, guard, watch over; keep watch   --
9.181, 9.271, 9.687, 9.748
KEEP :   <hafa ()>   have, keep; hold; accept   --
1.35, 1.97, 1.447, 2.258, 2.428, 3.488, 3.525, 4.372, 4.402, 5.14, 5.42, 5.154, 5.198, 5.381, 6.56, 6.1002, 6.1019, 6.191, 6.199, 6.207, 6.219, 6.230, 6.283, 6.330, 6.399, 6.406, 6.418, 6.429, 6.485, 6.640, 6.664, 6.699, 6.730, 6.738, 6.758, 6.865, 6.918, 6.991, 7.199, 7.295, 7.309, 7.586, 8.6, 8.405, 8.436, 8.751, 8.821, 8.902, 9.48, 9.363, 9.469, 9.512, 9.750, 10.82, 10.259, 10.817
KEEP :   <halda>   hold; hold fast, grip; keep; steer; protect; last, hold good, remain   --
3.272, 6.447
KEEP :   <hira ()>   keep; mind, care   --
8.163, 8.743
KETIL :   <Ketill>   Ketil   --
1.13
KICK :   <spyrna (d)>   kick; place the feet   --
3.208, 3.502
KILI :   <Kli>   Kili   --
9.380
KILL :   <bana (a)>   kill   --
6.184, 6.268
KILL :   <drepa>   smite, strike; knock; kill, slay   --
1.177, 5.191, 5.349, 6.641, 6.649, 6.667, 6.696
KILL :   <vega>   lift; smite, fight; kill, slay   --
5.490, 10.313, 10.701
KIN :   <kind>   kind, child; baby; offspring, progeny, family, kin   --
9.10, 9.409
KIND :   <httr>   kind, type; (pl.) activity, habits, behavior   --
2.269, 2.432
KIND :   <kind>   kind, child; baby; offspring, progeny, family, kin   --
9.10, 9.409
KIND :   <ksia>   a kind of halberd, long spear   --
7.702
KINDRED :   <mgr>   boy, son; (pl.) kindred   --
8.315, 9.14
KING :   <Aalsteinn>   Athalstan, king of England   --
5.113
KING :   <Englakonungr>   king of the Angles   --
1.181
KING :   <bulungr>   king, prince   --
8.820
KING :   <fylkir>   king   --
5.489
KING :   <gramr>   king   --
5.514, 5.515
KING :   <hilmir>   chief, king   --
5.439, 8.872
KING :   <konungr>   king   --
1.381, 1.406, 1.435, 1.484, 5.10, 5.90, 5.114, 5.127, 5.140, 5.151, 5.252, 5.305, 5.380, 6.15, 6.25, 6.1035, 6.1072, 6.1097, 6.1145, 6.625, 6.659, 6.677, 6.690, 6.784, 6.789, 6.803, 6.829, 6.879, 7.6, 7.45, 7.65, 7.107, 7.111, 7.186, 7.280, 7.338, 7.361, 7.409, 7.425, 7.437, 7.547, 7.552, 7.564, 7.625
KING :   <landaurar>   land-dues; a tax paid by Icelanders to the king upon arrival in Norway   --
1.457
KING :   <lofungr>   prince, king   --
8.880
KINGDOM :   <rki>   kingdom; power, authority   --
6.1069, 7.215, 7.266
KINGS :   <Konunga-vi>   Life (Story) of the Kings, Kings' Lives   --
1.52
KINSMAN :   <frndi>   relative, kinsman   --
8.402
KINSMAN :   <nir>   kinsman; son, scion   --
8.809, 8.881, 10.738, 10.740
KIRTLE :   <kyrtil>   kirtle, tunic   --
4.98, 7.81
KNEE :   <kn>   knee   --
10.72
KNEES :   <kikna (a)>   give way at the knees   --
3.319, 3.536
KNOCK :   <drepa>   smite, strike; knock; kill, slay   --
1.177, 5.191, 5.349, 6.641, 6.649, 6.667, 6.696
KNOW :   <kenna (d)>   know; perceive; taste; feel; recognize; name, tell; teach   --
7.73, 7.102, 8.61, 10.138
KNOW :   <kunna>   know, know how to; be able   --
1.148, 2.187, 5.78, 7.455, 8.50, 9.659, 10.425
KNOW :   <vita (ssi)>   know, be aware of; understand; know how (to); know of; find out   --
2.435, 4.54, 4.71, 4.168, 4.173, 4.407, 4.483, 6.770, 8.721, 8.835, 9.142, 9.150, 9.158, 9.539, 9.572, 10.20, 10.339, 10.412, 10.448, 10.451, 10.656
KNOWLEDGE :   <speki>   wisdom; branch of learning, body of knowledge   --
2.218
KNOWN :   <kunnr>   known   --
1.68
KNOWN :   <eccr>   Thekk, Known   --
9.352
KNUCKLE-BONE :   <knta>   knuckle-bone   --
6.550, 6.578, 6.586
LACK :   <rf>   need, lack   --
10.65, 10.79, 10.95, 10.123
LACKING :   <handarvanr>   bereft of a hand, lacking a hand, one-armed   --
10.699
LACKING :   <vanr>   wanting, lacking (in), without   --
9.241, 10.457
LADLE :   <ausa>   ladle; pour; water; (mid.) stream, flow   --
9.546
LADY :   <mennskur>   weaver of necklace, lady   --
7.669
LAKE :   <sr (svar)>   sea, inlet of the sea; lake   --
9.77, 9.576, 10.618
LAKE :   <vatn>   water; lake; waterway; river   --
2.291, 2.301, 6.297, 10.93
LAME :   <haltr>   lame   --
10.694
LAND :   <bi>   land   --
9.102
LAND :   <bj>   land(s), (pl.) fields   --
5.450
LAND :   <land>   land   --
1.270, 9.491
LAND-DUES :   <landaurar>   land-dues; a tax paid by Icelanders to the king upon arrival in Norway   --
1.457
LANDED :   <br>   farmhouse, farmstead; farm, landed estate; town   --
3.416
LANTERN :   <ljs>   light, lantern   --
3.5
LARGE :   <mikill>   great, large, big; severe   --
1.372, 2.61, 2.143, 3.22, 3.92, 3.220, 4.400, 6.88, 6.1026, 6.608, 6.998, 7.77, 7.112, 7.497, 10.181, 10.282, 10.310
LAST :   <ganga>   go, walk; advance; take place; extend; go on, last; turn out   --
3.56, 3.67, 3.212, 3.355, 3.554, 4.90, 4.137, 5.197, 5.385, 6.33, 6.98, 6.1116, 6.1193, 6.1269, 6.1306, 6.323, 6.782, 6.902, 7.576, 8.31, 8.45, 8.227, 8.868, 9.171, 9.261, 9.677, 9.738, 10.8, 10.418, 10.729, 10.786
LAST :   <halda>   hold; hold fast, grip; keep; steer; protect; last, hold good, remain   --
3.272, 6.447
LAST :   <of sir>   at last   --
8.414
LASTING :   <drjgr>   lasting, ample, substantial   --
10.788
LATE :   <s>   late   --
1.238, 2.19, 10.725
LATER :   <jl>   Yule, midwinter heathen feast, later applied to Christmas   --
6.975
LAUGH :   <hlja>   laugh   --
10.443, 10.566
LAUGHS :   <vihljandi>   one who laughs or smiles at one   --
10.500, 10.529
LAWSUIT :   <sk>   cause, reason; lawsuit, dispute; sake   --
2.468, 3.342, 5.36, 5.360, 8.207
LAY :   <eya (dd)>   lay waste   --
6.1068
LAY :   <flokkr>   body of men; short lay   --
7.374
LAY :   <lag>   lay, order, disposition; (pl.) preordained fate   --
9.593
LAY :   <leggja>   lay, place, put; put down, lay down; move, bring; thrust, throw; make; give   --
1.279, 3.130, 3.330, 4.103, 4.493, 5.266, 5.282, 5.308, 5.342, 6.1310, 9.218, 9.594
LAY :   <vgja ()>   hallow, consecrate; lay a spell on   --
8.609
LEAD :   <leia (dd)>   lead   --
6.18, 6.334
LEADER :   <drttinn>   leader of the host, lord   --
9.275
LEADER :   <vinr>   friend; patron, leader   --
8.77, 8.109, 10.175, 10.501, 10.530
LEADER :   <vsi>   leader   --
5.452, 5.472, 8.553
LEAP :   <hlaupa>   leap, spring, climb; mount; run   --
3.294, 3.495, 4.220
LEARN :   <festa (t)>   fasten; strengthen; learn by heart; bite, take effect on   --
7.618
LEARN :   <fregna>   learn, hear of; ask   --
5.487
LEARNED :   <spakr>   quiet; wise, learned   --
1.149, 8.74
LEARNING :   <speki>   wisdom; branch of learning, body of knowledge   --
2.218
LEAVE :   <fararleyfi>   leave to depart   --
5.33
LEAVE :   <leifa ()>   leave after death   --
8.949
LEAVE :   <lta>   put, place; let, allow; concede, yield; leave, leave off; lose; cause to be done, command; behave (as if); declare; sound   --
1.176, 1.343, 3.148, 5.287, 5.367, 6.1161, 6.502, 6.648, 8.174, 8.428
LEE-PLAIN :   <Hlvangr>   Hlevang, Lee-plain   --
9.437
LEEK :   <laukr>   leek; (general) plant   --
9.121
LEG :   <ftr>   foot; leg   --
2.320, 3.381, 3.504, 4.119, 7.311, 8.85
LEG :   <leggr>   hollow bone (of arms and legs); leg   --
6.354, 6.581, 9.283
LEGAL :   <ing>   (legal) assembly   --
10.536
LEGS :   <leggr>   hollow bone (of arms and legs); leg   --
6.354, 6.581, 9.283
LEJRE :   <Hleiargarr>   Hleithargarth, Lejre   --
6.11
LENGTH :   <jafnlangr>   of equal length   --
2.313
LENGTH :   <leng>   length   --
7.312
LESS :   <fra>   less   --
10.338
LESS :   <minni>   less   --
1.472, 9.13
LEST :   <ef>   if; whether; (to see) if; lest   --
4.345, 4.444, 5.8, 5.98, 5.210, 5.333, 5.338, 5.480, 6.1063, 6.467, 8.500, 8.561, 8.750, 8.849, 8.935, 10.107, 10.511, 10.772, 10.820
LET :   <fleygja (g)>   let something fly; shoot; hurl   --
9.706
LET :   <lta>   put, place; let, allow; concede, yield; leave, leave off; lose; cause to be done, command; behave (as if); declare; sound   --
1.176, 1.343, 3.148, 5.287, 5.367, 6.1161, 6.502, 6.648, 8.174, 8.428
LEVEL :   <vllr>   level ground, ground; plain; field   --
4.80, 4.148, 5.265, 9.728, 10.315
LIABILITY :   <vti>   penalty, punishment, liability to penalty; injury, misfortune   --
10.171
LIE :   <liggja>   be situated; lie (down); be slain   --
3.174, 3.185, 4.322, 4.435, 4.487, 5.497, 5.529, 6.92, 6.1247, 6.1344, 6.1353, 7.589, 8.617, 8.708
LIFE :   <Konunga-vi>   Life (Story) of the Kings, Kings' Lives   --
1.52
LIFE :   <fjr>   life   --
8.934
LIFE :   <lf>   life   --
2.429, 4.485, 5.256, 5.290, 5.344, 7.255, 9.596
LIFE :   <sllifr>   having a happy life, living happily   --
10.668
LIFT :   <hefja>   lift, raise   --
5.390
LIFT :   <vega>   lift; smite, fight; kill, slay   --
5.490, 10.313, 10.701
LIFT :   <yppa (p)>   lift, raise   --
9.104
LIGHT :   <brenna (d)>   (trans.) burn, light, set on fire   --
4.463, 8.514, 9.625, 9.627, 10.708
LIGHT :   <ljs>   light, lantern   --
3.5
LIKE :   <lkr, glkr>   like, similar to   --
8.649, 10.574
LIKELY :   <glkligr>   likely   --
5.148
LIKELY :   <vnn>   likely; fair to behold   --
7.122
LIKENESS :   <manlkan>   human likeness or form, being in human shape   --
9.303
LIMITS :   <mitvir>   'measure-tree', well-proportioned tree; tree which measures extent or limits of the world, tree which metes out fate   --
9.55
LINE :   <kynsl>   progeny, family line   --
2.33
LINE :   <langniiar>   (pl.) long line of forefathers or long line of descendants   --
9.466
LINE :   <tt>   direction, region; family, line; stock, tribe; ancestry   --
2.23, 2.112, 2.475, 8.564, 8.852, 9.756
LINTEL :   <uppdyri>   upper cross-piece of doorway, lintel   --
3.551
LIQUOR :   <Veigr>   Veig, Liquor   --
9.347
LIST :   <tal>   enumeration, list; conversation   --
9.467
LISTEN :   <hla (dd)>   listen to, hear   --
8.550, 10.200
LIT :   <Litr>   Lit, Wise   --
9.358
LITTLE :   <allltill>   very little   --
6.753
LITTLE :   <ltill>   little, short   --
6.59, 7.546, 10.615, 10.617, 10.619
LITTLE :   <ltt>   little   --
8.877, 9.492
LITTLE :   <smr>   small, little   --
6.493
LIVE :   <lifa ()>   live   --
2.101, 6.437, 8.409, 9.465, 9.635, 10.255, 10.652, 10.666
LIVES :   <Konunga-vi>   Life (Story) of the Kings, Kings' Lives   --
1.52
LIVING :   <kvikr>   alive, living   --
10.671
LIVING :   <kvikvendi>   living being, creature; animals   --
2.81, 2.410, 2.458
LIVING :   <sllifr>   having a happy life, living happily   --
10.668
LOAD :   <byrr>   burden, load   --
10.273, 10.301
LOAD :   <hlaa>   load; pile   --
5.426
LOATHESOME :   <mttugr>   tremendously or overwhelmingly powerful; fearsome; loathesome   --
9.249
LOATHSOME :   <mttr>   terrible, loathsome   --
8.90
LOFAR :   <Lofarr>   Lofar   --
9.411, 9.468
LOG :   <stokkr>   log, piece of wood; beam   --
3.210, 3.358
LOG :   <tr>   tree; log, beam   --
3.47
LONG :   <ksia>   a kind of halberd, long spear   --
7.702
LONG :   <langniiar>   (pl.) long line of forefathers or long line of descendants   --
9.466
LONG :   <langt>   a long way   --
1.159
LONG :   <lengi>   long; far; for a long time   --
2.297, 3.57, 4.306, 6.234, 6.261, 7.315, 8.901
LONG :   <mean>   while, as long as, whilst   --
9.463, 10.254
LONG :   <oflngi>   too long   --
7.438
LONG :   <r>   early, in the early morning; of yore, long ago   --
9.40, 9.67
LONI :   <Lni>   Loni, Sea-pool   --
9.391
LOOK :   <litask (a)>   look about   --
8.497
LOOK :   <lta>   look; see; regard   --
3.267, 4.150, 6.79, 8.464, 8.763
LOOK :   <sj>   see, perceive; find; understand; look   --
2.231, 3.81, 3.181, 3.428, 3.481, 4.95, 5.77, 5.493, 6.82, 6.1209, 6.384, 6.423, 6.505, 6.882, 7.17, 8.219, 8.491, 8.533, 10.674
LOOK :   <skoa (a)>   look, spy   --
10.11, 10.203
LOOK :   <tillit>   glance, look   --
6.417
LOOK :   <tla (a)>   think, consider (to be); expect, look for; intend (to do)   --
3.314, 3.410, 4.225, 6.1062, 6.244, 6.554
LOOKS :   <litr>   looks, appearance; color(ing)   --
9.517, 9.529
LOOSE :   <lauss>   loose, free   --
4.122
LORD :   <drttinn>   leader of the host, lord   --
9.275
LORD :   <herra>   lord   --
7.470
LORE :   <fri>   lore; history   --
1.91
LOSE :   <lta>   put, place; let, allow; concede, yield; leave, leave off; lose; cause to be done, command; behave (as if); declare; sound   --
1.176, 1.343, 3.148, 5.287, 5.367, 6.1161, 6.502, 6.648, 8.174, 8.428
LOSE :   <missa (t)>   be without; lose   --
6.1134
LOSE :   <tna (d)>   lose; forget (dat.)   --
2.174
LOSS :   <skai>   damage, loss   --
5.332, 6.1027
LOTHUR :   <Lurr>   Lothur   --
9.527
LOUD :   <hr>   tall, high; loud   --
2.286, 5.395, 6.177, 6.213, 6.284, 7.319, 7.664, 9.215, 9.544
LOVE :   <elska (a)>   love   --
2.132
LOVE :   <munu>   (physical) love   --
10.778
LOVE :   <unna>   not grudge; grant, allow; love   --
7.304
LOVER :   <r>   wood, raving, frenzied, raging, mad with fear; enraged; (name of Freyja's husband or lover) Od   --
9.758
LOVING :   <stugr>   loving, benevolent   --
9.485
LOWER :   <lgja ()>   lower; (impers.) sink   --
8.760
LOYAL :   <hollr>   loyal   --
5.86
LUCK :   <frami>   advancement, benefit, profit; luck; courage, ability; growth, success, fame   --
10.55
LUCK :   <hamingja>   luck   --
7.127
LUCK :   <heill>   good luck; good omen   --
7.53
LY :   <hugleikinn>   entranced, in a trance; intense(ly)   --
9.662
MAD :   <r>   wood, raving, frenzied, raging, mad with fear; enraged; (name of Freyja's husband or lover) Od   --
9.758
MAD :   <rr>   mad, frantic   --
8.381
MADE :   <borveggr>   board wall, wall made of planks   --
9.722
MADE :   <grr (van)>   made, built; done; ready; sent; done for, finished off   --
4.8, 4.211, 4.240, 4.272, 6.1025, 6.211, 6.400
MADE :   <smi>   made object   --
8.630
MAGIC :   <gandr>   magic staff or spirit   --
9.654
MAGNIFICENT :   <rkr>   great, powerful, magnificent   --
8.594
MAIDEN :   <mr>   maiden   --
8.7, 8.199, 8.499, 8.527, 8.566, 8.646, 8.720, 8.791, 8.854, 8.873, 9.248, 9.570, 9.759
MAIL :   <albryniar>   all clad in mail, in a byrnie   --
7.145
MAIL :   <brynja>   coat of mail   --
7.604, 8.294, 8.666, 8.694
MAIL :   <brynjulauss>   without mail, unprotected   --
7.580
MAILCOAT :   <skr>   cloth, stuff; mailcoat   --
7.590
MAIN :   <megin>   main, strength; supernatural strength   --
9.161
MAKE :   <fela>   hide; make over, commend   --
8.359
MAKE :   <freista (st)>   try, make trial of; put to the test   --
10.54
MAKE :   <f>   get, take; catch; have, make use of; put; give; receive; suffer; (with ppart.) be able to, get accomplished; (mid.) take place; struggle   --
3.435, 3.484, 4.347, 4.396, 5.23, 5.397, 6.1299, 6.259, 6.604, 6.828, 7.391, 8.113, 10.176
MAKE :   <gera ()>   do, perform; act; make, build; finish   --
2.144
MAKE :   <gra>   make, build; write, compose   --
1.6, 1.477, 4.297, 4.362, 5.330, 5.368, 6.1141, 6.1167, 6.134, 6.139, 6.185, 6.721, 6.824, 6.976, 7.632, 8.806, 9.225, 9.306, 10.811
MAKE :   <kaupa>   buy; make a bargain   --
5.255
MAKE :   <leggja>   lay, place, put; put down, lay down; move, bring; thrust, throw; make; give   --
1.279, 3.130, 3.330, 4.103, 4.493, 5.266, 5.282, 5.308, 5.342, 6.1310, 9.218, 9.594
MAKE :   <mikla (a)>   make great, 'embiggen'; (mid.) acquire fame   --
5.213
MAKE :   <rja>   make red, redden   --
8.301
MAKE :   <skapa (a)>   create; make, shape; determine   --
2.7
MAKE :   <skelfa ()>   make tremble, frighten   --
8.179
MAKE :   <skepia (skp, skapa)>   make, create; pronounce, impose, decree   --
9.109, 9.222, 9.276
MAKE :   <skera>   shear, cut; cut through; cut open, pierce; make incisions, carve   --
9.586
MAKE :   <sma (a)>   forge, make, build   --
9.220
MAKE :   <a (dd)>   make equivalent, interpret as   --
2.404
MALICE :   <fr>   mischief, malice   --
10.509
MAN :   <draugr>   undead man, ghost   --
8.356, 8.532, 8.620
MAN :   <gumi>   man, human   --
10.346, 10.365, 10.402, 10.622, 10.730
MAN :   <haugbi>   ghost, undead man   --
8.223
MAN :   <jarl>   earl; free-born man, gentleman   --
7.153, 7.228, 7.332, 7.357, 7.412, 7.421, 7.472
MAN :   <mar>   man, person; husband; henchman   --
1.145, 1.212, 1.313, 1.341, 1.358, 1.371, 1.403, 1.481, 1.498, 2.20, 2.103, 2.184, 4.501, 5.166, 5.181, 5.187, 5.292, 5.485, 6.42, 6.84, 6.1102, 6.1114, 6.1129, 6.364, 6.380, 6.398, 6.633, 6.650, 6.698, 6.709, 6.750, 6.834, 6.847, 6.934, 6.952, 6.977, 7.113, 7.250, 7.322, 7.418, 7.459, 7.561, 8.138, 8.388, 8.648, 8.679, 8.915, 8.933, 10.78, 10.154, 10.177, 10.231, 10.260, 10.276, 10.304, 10.424, 10.439, 10.466, 10.495, 10.524, 10.604, 10.606, 10.625, 10.641, 10.679, 10.771
MAN :   <rekkr>   warrior, man   --
8.177
MAN :   <seggr>   man; hero, warrior   --
8.13, 9.601
MANAGE :   <dll>   gentle, easy (to manage)   --
8.110, 10.128
MANIFEST :   <skrr>   clear, manifest   --
1.478
MANKIND :   <mannfolk>   mankind; people   --
2.53, 2.130
MANKIND :   <ld>   age; mankind, humanity, world; (pl.) men, human beings   --
9.69, 9.464, 9.598, 10.335, 10.630
MANNER :   <lei>   way, journey; road, path; manner, fashion   --
6.8
MANNER :   <lti>   (pl.) gestures, manner, bearing; voice   --
9.515
MANNER :   <>   on, upon; at, in; to, towards; by means of; during; in the manner of   --
1.74, 1.77, 1.125, 1.269, 1.282, 1.331, 1.399, 1.489, 2.188, 2.334, 2.338, 2.344, 2.367, 2.393, 2.399, 2.406, 3.34, 3.133, 3.268, 3.273, 3.306, 3.538, 3.545, 3.573, 4.79, 4.92, 4.107, 4.147, 4.222, 4.325, 4.392, 4.429, 4.436, 5.49, 5.80, 5.115, 5.164, 5.199, 5.310, 5.448, 6.22, 6.1004, 6.1028, 6.232, 6.352, 6.391, 6.589, 6.760, 7.620, 7.694, 8.144, 8.518, 8.655, 8.903, 8.908, 9.113, 9.174, 9.208, 9.264, 9.490, 9.587, 9.680, 9.741, 10.24, 10.49, 10.71
MANY :   <margr>   many (a)   --
7.249, 9.304, 9.571, 10.655
MANY :   <va>   widely, in many places; extensively   --
2.178, 10.126
MAR :   <Mr>   Mar, Corpse   --
9.359
MARCH :   <bifask (, a)>   tremble; move; march   --
3.223
MARK :   <blesttr>   having a white mark on the forehead   --
7.11
MARK :   <mrk>   mark (of silver)   --
1.486
MARRIAGE :   <eiga>   own, have, possess; have in marriage; have the power to; have claim to; have duty to   --
3.402, 3.422, 5.441, 8.412, 8.778, 8.898, 9.146, 9.154, 9.162, 9.508, 9.698, 10.232, 10.250, 10.540
MARRIAGE :   <gefa>   give; give in marriage; (impers.) be obtainable   --
2.469, 5.29, 6.305, 6.744, 7.212, 8.930, 9.187, 9.520, 9.523, 9.526, 9.760
MARRIAGE :   <kostr>   choice, alternative; offer; chance, opportunity; money available; match, marriage; condition, quality; terms   --
7.272, 7.510
MARRIED :   <brr>   bride, young married woman; wife   --
9.668
MASK :   <grma>   mask; shadow of night   --
8.142
MATCH :   <kostr>   choice, alternative; offer; chance, opportunity; money available; match, marriage; condition, quality; terms   --
7.272, 7.510
MATERIAL :   <r>   out of, from; of; with the material of   --
1.123, 1.376, 3.249, 3.393, 3.415, 3.569, 6.87, 6.1307, 6.165, 6.293, 8.266, 8.627, 8.690, 8.789, 8.815, 9.242, 9.251, 9.277, 9.281, 9.308, 9.480, 9.574, 10.265
MAY :   <kn (kntta)>   can, be in a position to; may   --
9.725
MAY :   <mega>   be able to, can; may   --
1.353, 2.232, 3.385, 5.65, 6.1220, 7.180, 7.479, 8.501, 8.563, 8.752, 8.794, 8.851, 8.937, 9.493, 10.110
ME :   <minn>   my, mine, of me   --
1.143, 1.156, 4.486, 5.270, 5.418, 6.1113, 6.1130, 6.205, 6.812, 6.833, 7.524, 7.587, 8.884
MEAD :   <mjr>   mead   --
5.447
MEAD-WOLF :   <Mivitnir>   Mjothvitnir, Mead-wolf   --
9.339
MEADOW :   <tn>   courtyard, (enclosed) field; home meadow; (pl.) farmstead; abode   --
9.235
MEAL :   <matr>   food; meal   --
6.523, 6.891, 10.74
MEAL :   <undorn>   the time before or after the midday meal   --
9.193
MEAL :   <verr>   meal   --
10.99, 10.194
MEAN :   <gegna (d)>   (dat.) be suitable for; mean, bode   --
2.251
MEANS :   <ekki>   not, by no means   --
5.130, 5.147, 6.1031, 6.1037, 6.1054, 6.1133, 6.236, 6.257, 6.282, 6.453, 6.462, 6.752, 6.841, 6.851, 6.890, 6.911, 7.617, 8.232
MEANS :   <fjarri>   far, far off; by no means   --
6.694
MEANS :   <me>   with; by means of; among; along   --
2.89, 2.430, 3.239, 4.105, 6.1164, 6.1251, 6.582, 6.598, 7.70, 7.78, 7.194, 7.217, 7.254, 7.388, 7.393, 7.581, 8.293, 8.299, 8.439, 8.619, 8.660, 8.665, 10.140, 10.513
MEANS :   <r>   advice, counsel; expedient, means; plan; agreement   --
4.495, 7.385, 10.258
MEANS :   <vera>   resort, refuge; means of existence, way (of going on)   --
10.293
MEANS :   <>   on, upon; at, in; to, towards; by means of; during; in the manner of   --
1.74, 1.77, 1.125, 1.269, 1.282, 1.331, 1.399, 1.489, 2.188, 2.334, 2.338, 2.344, 2.367, 2.393, 2.399, 2.406, 3.34, 3.133, 3.268, 3.273, 3.306, 3.538, 3.545, 3.573, 4.79, 4.92, 4.107, 4.147, 4.222, 4.325, 4.392, 4.429, 4.436, 5.49, 5.80, 5.115, 5.164, 5.199, 5.310, 5.448, 6.22, 6.1004, 6.1028, 6.232, 6.352, 6.391, 6.589, 6.760, 7.620, 7.694, 8.144, 8.518, 8.655, 8.903, 8.908, 9.113, 9.174, 9.208, 9.264, 9.490, 9.587, 9.680, 9.741, 10.24, 10.49, 10.71
MEANTIME :   <mean>   in the meantime   --
8.552
MEASURE-TREE :   <mitvir>   'measure-tree', well-proportioned tree; tree which measures extent or limits of the world, tree which metes out fate   --
9.55
MEASURES :   <mitvir>   'measure-tree', well-proportioned tree; tree which measures extent or limits of the world, tree which metes out fate   --
9.55
MEET :   <finna>   find, meet; discover; notice; invent   --
2.181, 5.463, 7.179, 9.82, 9.489, 10.504, 10.533, 10.603
MEET :   <hitta (tt)>   hit upon; find, meet   --
8.5, 9.206
MEET :   <mti>   against; towards; to meet   --
3.444, 6.1271, 7.695
MEET :   <mta (tt)>   meet; deal with; (mid.) join, meet   --
5.242, 7.668
MEETING :   <fundr>   meeting; battle   --
5.50
MEETING :   <mt>   meeting   --
2.406
MEMORIAL :   <bautarsteinn>   memorial stone   --
10.732
MEN :   <firar>   (pl.) men, people   --
8.91, 9.24
MEN :   <flokkr>   body of men; short lay   --
7.374
MEN :   <fyrar>   (pl.) men, people   --
10.649
MEN :   <flk>   troop, host of warriors; men   --
9.710
MEN :   <lr>   people; (pl.) men   --
8.591
MEN :   <migarr>   Midgard, Middle-enclosure, the world of men   --
9.107
MEN :   <virar>   (pl.) men   --
8.611
MEN :   <ld>   age; mankind, humanity, world; (pl.) men, human beings   --
9.69, 9.464, 9.598, 10.335, 10.630
MENTAL :   <r>   mental faculties, voice   --
9.509, 9.522
MENTION :   <nefna (d)>   name, call; mention   --
2.151
MERRY :   <teitr>   cheerful, merry; frolicsome   --
9.236
METAL :   <malmhr>   storm of metal, battle   --
5.524
METAL :   <mlmr>   metal   --
7.679, 8.662
METES :   <mitvir>   'measure-tree', well-proportioned tree; tree which measures extent or limits of the world, tree which metes out fate   --
9.55
MIDDAY :   <undorn>   the time before or after the midday meal   --
9.193
MIDDLE :   <mir>   middle, the middle of   --
3.303, 4.109, 7.610, 9.191
MIDDLE-ENCLOSURE :   <migarr>   Midgard, Middle-enclosure, the world of men   --
9.107
MIDGARD :   <migarr>   Midgard, Middle-enclosure, the world of men   --
9.107
MIDWINTER :   <jl>   Yule, midwinter heathen feast, later applied to Christmas   --
6.975
MIGHT :   <munu>   will, be about to; will be; must; might   --
2.162, 2.250, 3.14, 3.280, 4.59, 4.66, 4.439, 5.109, 5.145, 5.152, 5.182, 5.233, 5.251, 5.271, 5.279, 5.325, 6.1182, 6.1224, 6.258, 6.534, 6.552, 6.751, 6.849, 7.176, 7.262, 7.302, 7.358, 7.452, 8.44, 8.107, 8.557, 8.559, 8.576, 8.581, 8.588, 8.593, 8.742, 8.847, 8.867, 9.461
MIGHT :   <orka>   strength, might   --
3.341
MIGHTY :   <fimbululr>   mighty sage   --
10.815
MIGHTY :   <ginnregin>   (pl.) mighty powers   --
10.812
MIGHTY :   <ginnung>   mighty space, abyss, void   --
9.88
MIGHTY :   <mttugr>   mighty   --
2.445
MIND :   <ge>   disposition; mind; wits; sense; inclination   --
10.160, 10.345, 10.364, 10.401, 10.565, 10.621
MIND :   <hira ()>   keep; mind, care   --
8.163, 8.743
MIND :   <hugr>   mind; thought; heart, spirit   --
8.203, 8.529, 8.777, 8.875, 10.572
MIND :   <hyggiandi>   thought, intellect, mind   --
10.151
MIND :   <munknrr>   ship of the mind, mind   --
5.429
MIND :   <munstrnd>   shore of the mind, breast, heart   --
5.415
MIND-ENCLOSURE :   <muntn>   mind-enclosure   --
8.528
MINE :   <minn>   my, mine, of me   --
1.143, 1.156, 4.486, 5.270, 5.418, 6.1113, 6.1130, 6.205, 6.812, 6.833, 7.524, 7.587, 8.884
MINTHAK :   <Minakseyrr>   Minthak's Shoal   --
1.264
MISCHIEF :   <fr>   mischief, malice   --
10.509
MISERABLE :   <vesall>   wretched, miserable   --
6.153, 8.838, 10.438
MISFORTUNE :   <l>   harm, destruction, misfortune   --
9.753
MISFORTUNE :   <vti>   penalty, punishment, liability to penalty; injury, misfortune   --
10.171
MIX :   <blanda (blett, -a)>   blend, mix   --
9.754
MJOTHVITNIR :   <Mivitnir>   Mjothvitnir, Mead-wolf   --
9.339
MODERATELY :   <mealsnotr>   moderately wise, clever   --
10.639
MONEY :   <f>   cattle; sheep; money; possessions   --
2.134, 2.205, 6.1071, 6.1123, 10.775
MONEY :   <kostr>   choice, alternative; offer; chance, opportunity; money available; match, marriage; condition, quality; terms   --
7.272, 7.510
MONK :   <papi>   Irish monk, Culdee   --
1.319
MOON :   <mni>   moon   --
9.133, 9.155
MOON :   <ni>   waning moon   --
9.184
MORE :   <betr>   better; more   --
4.292, 6.1181, 8.817
MORE :   <fleiri>   more; further, other   --
2.62, 10.341
MORE :   <grr>   more fully   --
1.72
MORE :   <heldr>   rather, any the more   --
1.99, 5.226, 5.283, 5.341, 6.1079, 6.120, 6.1260, 6.862, 6.950, 7.208, 7.378, 7.387, 7.513, 8.785, 10.157
MORE :   <meiri>   more, bigger   --
1.469, 5.186, 9.11
MOREOVER :   <enn>   still; also; yet; further; again; moreover; even   --
2.115, 4.265, 5.60, 6.239, 7.205, 9.89, 9.299, 9.634, 9.715, 10.552
MORNING :   <morginn>   morning   --
9.188, 10.480
MORNING :   <r>   early, in the early morning; of yore, long ago   --
9.40, 9.67
MORTH :   <Mrr>   Morth   --
4.461
MOSS :   <mosi>   moss   --
6.1244
MOST :   <flestr>   most   --
5.484
MOST :   <ginnheilagr>   most holy, sacred   --
9.176, 9.266, 9.682, 9.743
MOST :   <helzt>   most willingly; most of all; exceedingly   --
8.971
MOST :   <mestr>   most, greatest   --
5.527, 6.1044, 6.1083, 6.960, 7.706, 9.294
MOTHER :   <mir>   mother   --
4.41, 4.359
MOTIONLESS :   <ruma ()>   stand motionless, hover; remain silent   --
10.361
MOTSOGNIR :   <Mtsognir>   Motsognir   --
9.293
MOUND :   <haugr>   mound; grave mound   --
8.60, 8.146, 8.229, 8.244, 8.267, 8.348, 8.433, 8.466, 8.483, 8.628, 8.653, 8.691, 8.790, 8.816, 8.967
MOUND-RIVER :   <Haugspori>   Haugspori, Mound-river   --
9.436
MOUNT :   <hlaupa>   leap, spring, climb; mount; run   --
3.294, 3.495, 4.220
MOUNTAIN :   <bjarg>   rock; mountain   --
2.401
MOUNTAIN :   <fjall>   mountain, fell   --
1.300, 10.84
MOUNTAIN :   <fjalltindr>   mountain top   --
2.287
MOVE :   <bifask (, a)>   tremble; move; march   --
3.223
MOVE :   <braga (a)>   move, stir   --
6.1294
MOVE :   <brega>   move quickly; throw; draw (sword)   --
6.1285, 6.1301
MOVE :   <fara>   fare, happen, turn out; go, move, travel   --
1.219, 1.329, 1.417, 1.488, 3.32, 3.60, 3.104, 3.350, 3.449, 4.67, 4.242, 5.47, 5.58, 5.408, 6.6, 6.1124, 6.1163, 6.1259, 6.1339, 6.440, 6.457, 6.546, 6.869, 7.124, 7.333, 7.474, 8.81, 8.121, 8.137, 8.152, 8.377, 8.926, 10.85, 10.589
MOVE :   <fra ()>   bring, send; hurl, smite; move; present   --
3.379, 3.459
MOVE :   <hrra ()>   move, stir   --
3.177
MOVE :   <leggja>   lay, place, put; put down, lay down; move, bring; thrust, throw; make; give   --
1.279, 3.130, 3.330, 4.103, 4.493, 5.266, 5.282, 5.308, 5.342, 6.1310, 9.218, 9.594
MOVE :   <la>   move, go; pass, progress   --
2.49, 6.973, 8.56, 8.176
MOVEMENT :   <atri>   movement   --
3.492
MUCH :   <mjk>   much; very   --
1.373, 3.276, 6.96, 8.196, 8.310, 9.250, 10.44
MUD :   <hvtaaurr>   white mud (?)   --
9.547
MUDDY :   <aurvangar>   damp or muddy fields   --
9.419
MUDFIELD :   <Aurvangr>   Aurvang, Mudfield   --
9.392
MULTIPLY :   <fjlgask (a)>   multiply   --
2.31
MULTITUDE :   <fjli>   multitude   --
2.129
MUNARVAG :   <Munarvgr>   Munarvag   --
8.10, 8.329
MUST :   <munu>   will, be about to; will be; must; might   --
2.162, 2.250, 3.14, 3.280, 4.59, 4.66, 4.439, 5.109, 5.145, 5.152, 5.182, 5.233, 5.251, 5.271, 5.279, 5.325, 6.1182, 6.1224, 6.258, 6.534, 6.552, 6.751, 6.849, 7.176, 7.262, 7.302, 7.358, 7.452, 8.44, 8.107, 8.557, 8.559, 8.576, 8.581, 8.588, 8.593, 8.742, 8.847, 8.867, 9.461
MUST :   <skulu>   shall, must, ought   --
1.404, 1.482, 2.210, 3.318, 4.334, 4.449, 4.475, 5.19, 5.100, 5.217, 5.225, 5.240, 6.1066, 6.1361, 6.246, 6.266, 6.693, 6.697, 7.198, 7.308, 7.348, 7.368, 7.379, 7.631, 8.180, 8.322, 8.615, 8.845, 8.897, 9.273, 9.689, 9.694, 10.12, 10.15, 10.41, 10.51, 10.153, 10.233, 10.416, 10.567, 10.575, 10.640
MY :   <minn>   my, mine, of me   --
1.143, 1.156, 4.486, 5.270, 5.418, 6.1113, 6.1130, 6.205, 6.812, 6.833, 7.524, 7.587, 8.884
MYSTERY :   <strmerki>   notable thing; mystery, sacrament   --
2.169
NALI :   <Nli>   Nali   --
9.382
NAME :   <Brimir>   sword; (name of a sword); (name of a giant)   --
9.278
NAME :   <Sculd>   (name of a norn); (name of a valkyrie); Shall   --
9.589
NAME :   <heita>   to call, name; promise; be called, be named   --
1.211, 6.1136, 6.123, 6.801, 7.603, 8.590, 9.189, 9.542, 9.582, 9.645, 10.356
NAME :   <hrr>   hoary, grey-haired, grey-bearded; (a name of Odin)   --
9.623
NAME :   <kalla>   call, cry out; name; say, declare   --
1.261, 1.318, 1.456, 4.505, 5.184, 6.1172, 6.763, 6.795, 7.504, 8.373
NAME :   <kenna (d)>   know; perceive; taste; feel; recognize; name, tell; teach   --
7.73, 7.102, 8.61, 10.138
NAME :   <nafn>   name   --
2.176, 2.472, 6.793, 9.185
NAME :   <nefna (d)>   name, call; mention   --
2.151
NAME :   <urr>   weird, (dire) fate; undoing, ruin; (pl.) fates, powers of fate; (name of a norn)   --
9.559, 9.581
NAME :   <r>   wood, raving, frenzied, raging, mad with fear; enraged; (name of Freyja's husband or lover) Od   --
9.758
NAMED :   <heita>   to call, name; promise; be called, be named   --
1.211, 6.1136, 6.123, 6.801, 7.603, 8.590, 9.189, 9.542, 9.582, 9.645, 10.356
NATURE :   <eli>   nature, characteristic(s)   --
2.260, 2.280, 2.447
NATURE :   <nttra>   nature, characteristic quality, property   --
2.329, 2.381
NEAR :   <nr>   near   --
6.859
NEAR :   <nr>   near, close to, close by   --
10.735
NEARLY :   <nsta>   nearly   --
6.670
NECESSARY :   <urfa (arf, urfta)>   need; (impers.) be necessary   --
2.294, 5.128, 10.452
NECKLACE :   <men>   necklace; jewel, treasure   --
8.101
NECKLACE :   <mennskur>   weaver of necklace, lady   --
7.669
NEED :   <urfa (arf, urfta)>   need; (impers.) be necessary   --
2.294, 5.128, 10.452
NEED :   <rf>   need, lack   --
10.65, 10.79, 10.95, 10.123
NEEDY :   <vlar>   wretched, needy   --
10.292
NEGLECT :   <afrkjask (kt)>   neglect   --
2.138
NEGLECT :   <rkja (kt)>   neglect, fail to heed   --
2.68
NEVER :   <aldgregi, aldri>   never   --
4.477, 10.178, 10.784
NEVER :   <va>   never; not at all   --
9.83, 10.643
NEVER :   <vagi>   never   --
10.426
NEVERTHELESS :   <>   yet, and yet; however, nevertheless   --
2.266, 3.387, 3.431, 4.480, 5.41, 5.188, 6.358, 7.491, 7.507, 7.526, 8.168, 8.411, 8.530, 9.632, 10.505, 10.723
NEW-COUNSEL :   <Nrr>   Nyrath, New-counsel   --
9.361
NEW-MOON :   <Ni>   Nyi, New-moon   --
9.320
NEWS :   <fregn>   news, information   --
6.622
NEWS :   <tendi>   (pl.) events; tidings, news   --
5.224
NEXT :   <annarr>   other, another; second, next; one (of two)   --
1.234, 2.328, 3.218, 4.261, 4.277, 5.273, 7.233, 7.321, 7.347, 7.634, 8.403, 9.301, 9.584, 10.234, 10.263, 10.602
NEXT :   <nstr>   next   --
6.1214
NIGHT :   <grma>   mask; shadow of night   --
8.142
NIGHT :   <ntt>   night   --
3.10, 3.17, 6.1108, 6.1159, 8.519, 8.656, 9.182, 10.470
NIGHT-LODGING :   <gisting>   night-lodging   --
8.33, 8.46
NINE :   <no>   nine   --
9.49, 9.53
NITHI :   <Nii>   Nithi, Waned-moon   --
9.322
NO :   <ekki>   not, by no means   --
5.130, 5.147, 6.1031, 6.1037, 6.1054, 6.1133, 6.236, 6.257, 6.282, 6.453, 6.462, 6.752, 6.841, 6.851, 6.890, 6.911, 7.617, 8.232
NO :   <engi>   no, none, no one   --
3.147, 4.209, 4.238, 4.270, 4.293, 5.21, 5.180, 6.31, 6.1077, 6.228, 6.742, 8.49, 8.114, 8.321, 8.722, 10.137
NO :   <fjarri>   far, far off; by no means   --
6.694
NO :   <manngi>   no one, nobody   --
10.711
NO :   <vtki>   no one; not a whit, nothing   --
9.240
NOAH :   <Ni>   Noah   --
2.90, 2.99
NOBILITY :   <drengskapr>   nobility, courage   --
5.27
NOBODY :   <manngi>   no one, nobody   --
10.711
NOISE :   <duna>   thunderous noise   --
3.21
NON-MEMORY :   <minni>   non-memory, oblivion, forgetfulness   --
10.354
NONE :   <engi>   no, none, no one   --
3.147, 4.209, 4.238, 4.270, 4.293, 5.21, 5.180, 6.31, 6.1077, 6.228, 6.742, 8.49, 8.114, 8.321, 8.722, 10.137
NONTHELESS :   <eigi_at_sr>   nontheless   --
2.199
NOR :   <n>   not; nor   --
6.524, 8.401, 9.76, 9.78, 9.84, 9.141, 9.149, 9.157, 9.507, 9.511, 9.514, 9.516
NORI :   <Nri>   Nori   --
9.334
NORN :   <Sculd>   (name of a norn); (name of a valkyrie); Shall   --
9.589
NORN :   <urr>   weird, (dire) fate; undoing, ruin; (pl.) fates, powers of fate; (name of a norn)   --
9.559, 9.581
NORTH :   <Norvegr>   the north way; Norway   --
1.124, 1.377, 1.491, 8.823
NORTH :   <Norri>   North   --
9.323
NORTHUMBRIA :   <Norymbraland>   Northumbria   --
7.202
NORWAY :   <Norvegr>   the north way; Norway   --
1.124, 1.377, 1.491, 8.823
NORWAY :   <landaurar>   land-dues; a tax paid by Icelanders to the king upon arrival in Norway   --
1.457
NORWEGIAN :   <Norrnn>   Norwegian   --
1.213
NORWEGIAN :   <Normar>   Norwegian   --
1.317
NORWEGIAN :   <Normar>   a Norwegian   --
7.67, 7.106, 7.142, 7.353, 7.690
NORWEGIAN :   <austmar>   Easterner, Norwegian   --
4.89
NOT :   <a>   not   --
8.107, 8.355, 8.631, 9.74, 10.313, 10.328, 10.455
NOT :   <at>   not   --
7.586, 8.44, 8.71, 8.163, 8.174, 8.397, 8.526, 8.644, 8.794, 8.907, 10.153, 10.275, 10.303, 10.626
NOT :   <eigi>   not   --
1.336, 1.410, 2.150, 2.182, 2.296, 3.485, 3.523, 4.56, 4.364, 4.409, 4.440, 5.153, 6.1250, 6.1254, 6.186, 6.506, 6.522, 6.881, 7.160, 7.170, 7.259, 7.263, 7.451, 7.654, 8.76, 8.122, 8.437, 8.516, 8.755, 8.836
NOT :   <ekki>   not, by no means   --
5.130, 5.147, 6.1031, 6.1037, 6.1054, 6.1133, 6.236, 6.257, 6.282, 6.453, 6.462, 6.752, 6.841, 6.851, 6.890, 6.911, 7.617, 8.232
NOT :   <hvergi>   nowhere; not at all   --
3.179, 3.214, 3.224, 8.724, 9.91
NOT :   <ki>   not   --
10.446, 10.502
NOT :   <n>   not; nor   --
6.524, 8.401, 9.76, 9.78, 9.84, 9.141, 9.149, 9.157, 9.507, 9.511, 9.514, 9.516
NOT :   <unna>   not grudge; grant, allow; love   --
7.304
NOT :   <vtki>   no one; not a whit, nothing   --
9.240
NOT :   <va>   never; not at all   --
9.83, 10.643
NOT :   <sjaldan>   not seldom, repeatedly   --
9.631
NOT :   <rlglauss>   fateless (i.e. on whom fate has not yet been imposed)   --
9.497
NOTABLE :   <strmerki>   notable thing; mystery, sacrament   --
2.169
NOTHING :   <vtki>   no one; not a whit, nothing   --
9.240
NOTICE :   <finna>   find, meet; discover; notice; invent   --
2.181, 5.463, 7.179, 9.82, 9.489, 10.504, 10.533, 10.603
NOW :   <n>   now   --
1.70, 1.454, 3.190, 3.252, 4.451, 5.129, 5.138, 5.234, 6.1021, 6.1092, 6.1098, 6.1208, 6.1268, 6.1289, 6.1298, 6.1360, 6.181, 6.192, 6.200, 6.209, 6.267, 6.476, 6.486, 6.538, 6.545, 6.620, 6.759, 6.903, 7.121, 7.135, 7.257, 7.268, 7.277, 7.334, 7.381, 7.402, 7.482, 7.588, 7.633, 7.687, 8.220, 8.819, 8.871, 8.973, 9.362
NOWHERE :   <hvergi>   nowhere; not at all   --
3.179, 3.214, 3.224, 8.724, 9.91
NUMBER :   <telja (tala)>   reckon, count; trace; number, enumerate; recount; declare   --
2.474, 9.198, 9.371, 9.412
NURSE :   <fa (dd)>   feed; nurse; rear, bring up   --
2.456, 9.47
NYI :   <Ni>   Nyi, New-moon   --
9.320
NYRATH :   <Nrr>   Nyrath, New-counsel   --
9.361
OAK :   <eik>   oak; tree; ship   --
5.422
OAKENSHIELD :   <Eikinskialdi>   Eikinskjald, Oakenshield   --
9.394, 9.453
OBEDIENCE :   <hlni>   obedience   --
2.140
OBJECT :   <smi>   made object   --
8.630
OBJECTS :   <aur>   wealth, riches, treasure; precious objects   --
9.219, 10.283
OBLIGATORY :   <skyldr>   obliged, obligatory; related to; right   --
1.95
OBLIGED :   <skyldr>   obliged, obligatory; related to; right   --
1.95
OBLIVION :   <minni>   non-memory, oblivion, forgetfulness   --
10.354
OBTAIN :   <eptir>   after, behind; for, to obtain; along; according to; in succession to   --
1.194, 1.344, 2.64, 2.98, 3.192, 4.307, 6.1125, 6.1142, 6.1337, 6.335, 6.375, 6.661, 7.405, 10.728
OBTAIN :   <geta>   get, obtain; engender; (with ppart.) be able to, get done; (with infin.) happen to (do); be obtainable; guess, suppose; relate, tell of   --
3.311, 3.388, 4.207, 4.236, 4.268, 5.483, 8.578, 10.109, 10.222, 10.670, 10.774
OBTAIN :   <koma>   come, arrive; reach; obtain; occur   --
1.267, 2.26, 2.109, 2.171, 3.111, 3.412, 3.468, 4.52, 4.230, 4.391, 4.422, 5.111, 6.13, 6.85, 6.1036, 6.1093, 6.231, 6.472, 6.619, 6.636, 6.673, 6.993, 7.446, 7.704, 8.30, 8.242, 9.246, 9.479, 9.549, 9.569, 9.649, 10.39, 10.69, 10.100, 10.166, 10.195, 10.481, 10.537
OBTAIN :   <n ()>   get, obtain   --
6.452, 6.469, 8.824
OBTAIN :   <til>   in; of, concerning; on; as, for, to obtain; until, to, up to the time   --
1.222, 1.378, 2.300, 2.315, 2.477, 3.65, 3.151, 4.338, 4.388, 4.494, 5.112, 5.155, 5.327, 5.361, 6.10, 6.14, 6.100, 6.1176, 6.1183, 6.1326, 6.159, 6.296, 6.325, 6.407, 6.497, 6.541, 6.556, 6.637, 6.765, 6.822, 6.904, 7.342, 7.411, 8.34, 8.47, 8.194, 8.228, 8.239, 8.502, 8.551, 8.682, 8.869, 9.410, 9.421, 9.647, 10.98, 10.168, 10.193, 10.344
OBTAINABLE :   <gefa>   give; give in marriage; (impers.) be obtainable   --
2.469, 5.29, 6.305, 6.744, 7.212, 8.930, 9.187, 9.520, 9.523, 9.526, 9.760
OBTAINABLE :   <geta>   get, obtain; engender; (with ppart.) be able to, get done; (with infin.) happen to (do); be obtainable; guess, suppose; relate, tell of   --
3.311, 3.388, 4.207, 4.236, 4.268, 5.483, 8.578, 10.109, 10.222, 10.670, 10.774
OCCASION :   <sinn(i)>   time, occasion   --
1.235
OCCUPY :   <skipa (a)>   array, draw up; assign (a seat); put in order; set; occupy   --
6.1059, 6.836, 6.915, 6.949, 7.22
OCCUR :   <koma>   come, arrive; reach; obtain; occur   --
1.267, 2.26, 2.109, 2.171, 3.111, 3.412, 3.468, 4.52, 4.230, 4.391, 4.422, 5.111, 6.13, 6.85, 6.1036, 6.1093, 6.231, 6.472, 6.619, 6.636, 6.673, 6.993, 7.446, 7.704, 8.30, 8.242, 9.246, 9.479, 9.549, 9.569, 9.649, 10.39, 10.69, 10.100, 10.166, 10.195, 10.481, 10.537
OD :   <r>   wood, raving, frenzied, raging, mad with fear; enraged; (name of Freyja's husband or lover) Od   --
9.758
ODIN :   <Burr>   Bur, Odin's father   --
9.100
ODIN :   <Valfr>   Valfothr, Father of the Slain, Odin   --
9.19
ODIN :   <Virir>   Odin   --
5.413, 5.492
ODIN :   <hrr>   hoary, grey-haired, grey-bearded; (a name of Odin)   --
9.623
ODIN :   <inn>   Othin, Odin   --
5.446, 9.521, 9.707
OFF :   <fjarri>   far, far off; by no means   --
6.694
OFF :   <grr (van)>   made, built; done; ready; sent; done for, finished off   --
4.8, 4.211, 4.240, 4.272, 6.1025, 6.211, 6.400
OFF :   <lta>   put, place; let, allow; concede, yield; leave, leave off; lose; cause to be done, command; behave (as if); declare; sound   --
1.176, 1.343, 3.148, 5.287, 5.367, 6.1161, 6.502, 6.648, 8.174, 8.428
OFFER :   <bja>   offer, provide; command, summon   --
5.438, 6.1146, 6.808, 7.229, 7.246, 7.278, 7.492, 7.656, 8.102
OFFER :   <kostr>   choice, alternative; offer; chance, opportunity; money available; match, marriage; condition, quality; terms   --
7.272, 7.510
OFFERINGS :   <gildi>   recompense, return; payment due, tribute, offerings or compensation   --
9.697
OFFSPRING :   <kind>   kind, child; baby; offspring, progeny, family, kin   --
9.10, 9.409
OFTEN :   <opt>   often, frequently; as often as possible, always   --
9.630, 10.261
OLAF :   <lfr>   Olaf   --
1.474
OLD :   <elli>   old age   --
7.518
OLD :   <forn>   old, ancient   --
9.22
OLD :   <gamall>   old   --
1.231, 2.441
OLD :   <ttrr>   eighty years old   --
1.438
OMEN :   <heill>   good luck; good omen   --
7.53
ONCE :   <egar>   at once   --
5.398, 6.1311, 7.366, 8.758
ONE :   <annarr>   other, another; second, next; one (of two)   --
1.234, 2.328, 3.218, 4.261, 4.277, 5.273, 7.233, 7.321, 7.347, 7.634, 8.403, 9.301, 9.584, 10.234, 10.263, 10.602
ONE :   <einn>   one   --
6.1043, 9.583, 10.750
ONE :   <einn>   one; a certain, particular   --
2.279, 3.491, 4.11, 4.35, 4.404, 5.192, 5.291, 6.1064, 6.431, 6.642, 6.990, 7.148, 7.183, 7.384, 8.26, 8.139, 8.413, 8.425, 8.459, 10.591
ONE :   <engi>   no, none, no one   --
3.147, 4.209, 4.238, 4.270, 4.293, 5.21, 5.180, 6.31, 6.1077, 6.228, 6.742, 8.49, 8.114, 8.321, 8.722, 10.137
ONE :   <formlandi>   supporter, advocate, speaker on one's behalf   --
10.541
ONE :   <hann>   this one   --
1.140, 1.202, 1.246, 1.266, 1.278, 1.315, 1.328, 1.334, 1.356, 1.385, 1.398, 1.400, 1.446, 1.497, 1.500, 2.148, 2.166, 2.173, 2.209, 2.216, 2.221, 2.245, 2.385, 2.405, 2.421, 2.436, 2.438, 2.455, 2.460, 2.470, 2.471, 2.478, 3.90, 3.110, 3.115, 3.155, 3.160, 3.237, 3.245, 3.271, 3.283, 3.298, 3.302, 3.307, 3.312, 3.315, 3.337, 3.384, 3.391, 3.403, 3.413, 3.437, 3.442, 3.463, 3.467, 3.483, 3.489, 3.494, 3.524, 3.563, 3.574, 4.42, 4.51, 4.55, 4.108, 4.126, 4.138, 4.145, 4.152, 4.177, 4.182, 4.192, 4.208, 4.237, 4.254, 4.269, 4.298, 4.310, 4.346, 4.360, 4.371, 4.397, 4.401, 4.408, 4.411, 4.465, 5.30, 5.38, 5.43, 5.110, 5.136, 5.190, 5.201, 5.211, 5.221, 5.347, 5.370, 5.388, 5.459, 6.12, 6.50, 6.55, 6.62, 6.1160, 6.1168, 6.117, 6.1173, 6.1192, 6.1203, 6.1206, 6.1210, 6.1219, 6.1226, 6.1237, 6.1241, 6.1248, 6.1256, 6.1275, 6.1283, 6.1300, 6.1340, 6.160, 6.163, 6.212, 6.218, 6.238, 6.245, 6.281, 6.286, 6.291, 6.312, 6.329, 6.341, 6.346, 6.353, 6.360, 6.422, 6.428, 6.435, 6.448, 6.451, 6.460, 6.468, 6.474, 6.504, 6.520, 6.528, 6.533, 6.567, 6.569, 6.597, 6.603, 6.628, 6.644, 6.764, 6.772, 6.787, 6.791, 6.825, 6.827, 6.838, 6.885, 6.893, 6.908, 6.913, 6.927, 6.963, 6.985, 6.987, 7.28, 7.43, 7.71, 7.117, 7.156, 7.168, 7.178, 7.207, 7.296, 7.301, 7.303, 7.307, 7.317, 7.340, 7.365, 7.367, 7.376, 7.443, 7.489, 7.537, 7.605, 7.606, 7.612, 7.621, 8.218, 8.234, 8.241, 8.248, 8.404, 8.422, 8.512, 8.531, 8.606, 8.642, 8.677, 8.716, 8.739, 8.772, 8.803, 8.833, 8.864, 8.894, 8.957, 9.144, 9.160, 9.611, 9.624, 9.633, 9.644, 9.653, 9.656, 9.658, 9.661, 9.665, 10.314, 10.362, 10.447, 10.450, 10.454, 10.503, 10.506, 10.508, 10.512, 10.539, 10.564, 10.780, 10.787, 10.818, 10.821
ONE :   <hinn>   this one; that; the   --
2.379, 4.172, 6.27, 6.1082, 6.917, 6.959, 7.76, 7.83, 7.119, 7.416, 10.216, 10.446, 10.502
ONE :   <manngi>   no one, nobody   --
10.711
ONE :   <nauigr, nauugr>   unwilling, against one's will   --
6.1170
ONE :   <ofreflismar>   one's superior power   --
5.141
ONE :   <opinn>   open; on one's back   --
3.565, 8.468
ONE :   <ra>   advise, counsel; discuss; plot; set, arrange; decide; govern; prevail; have to deal with; go, take one's way   --
3.189, 8.688
ONE :   <sk>   block of wood; wooden tablet or stave; one of the boards forming a door frame   --
9.588
ONE :   <snn>   own, one's own   --
1.280, 2.190, 2.476, 4.351, 5.46, 5.163, 6.9, 6.21, 6.425, 6.444, 7.15, 7.216, 7.282, 7.494, 7.534, 7.558, 10.52, 10.152, 10.343, 10.400, 10.427
ONE :   <veita (tt)>   grant, give; help; pay, yield; (recip.) back one another   --
2.200, 5.220, 5.235, 5.314, 7.536, 7.688, 8.444
ONE :   <vihljandi>   one who laughs or smiles at one   --
10.500, 10.529
ONE :   <vtki>   no one; not a whit, nothing   --
9.240
ONE :   <rviti>   out of one's senses   --
8.385
ONE-ARMED :   <handarvanr>   bereft of a hand, lacking a hand, one-armed   --
10.699
ONE-SELF :   <sik>   him-, her-, it-self; them-selves; one-self   --
3.152, 3.178, 3.258, 3.465, 3.533, 5.40, 5.54, 6.1165, 6.1174, 6.336, 6.344, 6.367, 6.401, 6.755, 7.89, 7.218, 8.948, 10.108, 10.220, 10.497, 10.526
ONESELF :   <brjta>   (trans.) break, destroy; distribute; (mid.) exert oneself   --
3.441, 9.720
ONESELF :   <dylja (duli)>   keep on in ignorance of; (mid.) deceive oneself   --
5.132
ONESELF :   <eignask (a)>   gain possession of, get for oneself   --
10.773
ONESELF :   <taka>   take, take hold of; seize, capture; take to oneself, undertake; choose; accept, receive; begin (with infin.); reach, touch, strike against; happen, come to pass   --
4.255, 4.432, 6.1184, 6.1346, 6.285, 6.332, 6.408, 6.521, 6.575, 6.705, 7.269, 7.382, 7.511, 7.607, 8.907
ONLY :   <einga>   only   --
8.261, 8.447
ONTO :   <>   in, within; among; during; into, onto   --
1.90, 1.133, 1.200, 1.233, 1.249, 1.291, 1.298, 2.77, 2.86, 2.213, 2.261, 2.285, 2.303, 2.317, 2.446, 3.7, 3.45, 3.113, 3.186, 3.196, 3.209, 3.217, 3.233, 3.238, 3.253, 3.256, 3.292, 3.354, 3.443, 3.460, 3.469, 3.498, 3.505, 3.510, 3.555, 4.33, 4.36, 4.260, 4.276, 5.104, 5.106, 5.133, 6.36, 6.66, 6.68, 6.106, 6.1107, 6.1117, 6.1156, 6.1194, 6.1243, 6.1280, 6.1295, 6.1320, 6.202, 6.302, 6.381, 6.442, 6.454, 6.596, 6.630, 6.713, 6.930, 6.944, 6.996, 7.37, 7.157, 7.239, 7.556, 7.578, 7.609, 7.661, 7.677, 8.9, 8.28, 8.204, 8.328, 8.345, 8.432, 8.487, 8.534, 8.621, 8.729, 8.745, 8.782, 8.874, 8.912, 8.966, 8.975, 9.234, 9.405, 9.552, 9.614, 9.621, 9.709, 9.718, 10.236, 10.287, 10.372, 10.758, 10.789
ONUNDARSON :   <nundarsonr>   Onundarson   --
4.394
OPEN :   <hnga>   sink; (ppart.) open   --
8.480
OPEN :   <opinn>   open; on one's back   --
3.565, 8.468
OPEN :   <opna (a)>   (cut) open   --
2.387
OPEN :   <opnask (a)>   be open   --
8.147, 8.484
OPEN :   <skera>   shear, cut; cut through; cut open, pierce; make incisions, carve   --
9.586
OPINION :   <tlun>   estimate, opinion   --
1.137
OPPORTUNITY :   <kostr>   choice, alternative; offer; chance, opportunity; money available; match, marriage; condition, quality; terms   --
7.272, 7.510
ORDER :   <lag>   lay, order, disposition; (pl.) preordained fate   --
9.593
ORDER :   <skipa (a)>   array, draw up; assign (a seat); put in order; set; occupy   --
6.1059, 6.836, 6.915, 6.949, 7.22
ORIGIN :   <reginkunnr>   of divine origin   --
10.808
ORNAMENT :   <hnoss>   costly thing, ornament   --
8.117
OTHER :   <annarr>   other, another; second, next; one (of two)   --
1.234, 2.328, 3.218, 4.261, 4.277, 5.273, 7.233, 7.321, 7.347, 7.634, 8.403, 9.301, 9.584, 10.234, 10.263, 10.602
OTHER :   <fleiri>   more; further, other   --
2.62, 10.341
OTHERWISE :   <elligar>   otherwise   --
6.867
OTHIN :   <inn>   Othin, Odin   --
5.446, 9.521, 9.707
OUGHT :   <skulu>   shall, must, ought   --
1.404, 1.482, 2.210, 3.318, 4.334, 4.449, 4.475, 5.19, 5.100, 5.217, 5.225, 5.240, 6.1066, 6.1361, 6.246, 6.266, 6.693, 6.697, 7.198, 7.308, 7.348, 7.368, 7.379, 7.631, 8.180, 8.322, 8.615, 8.845, 8.897, 9.273, 9.689, 9.694, 10.12, 10.15, 10.41, 10.51, 10.153, 10.233, 10.416, 10.567, 10.575, 10.640
OUNCE :   <eyrir>   ounce of silver   --
1.408
OUR :   <vrr>   our, of us   --
1.10, 7.449, 7.458, 7.591
OUTDOOR :   <hrgr>   outdoor sanctuary, (stone) altar, temple   --
9.212
OUTSIDE :   <tan>   outside (of); beyond; without   --
1.49, 4.14, 6.214, 8.717
OUTSIDE :   <ti>   outside; out at sea; unsheltered   --
3.165, 3.438, 4.324, 8.89, 8.224, 8.494, 10.682
OUTSTANDING :   <framr>   facing forwards, standing in front; outstanding, excellent; (superl.) farthest back in time, earliest   --
9.27
OVER :   <fela>   hide; make over, commend   --
8.359
OVER :   <gta (tt)>   attend to, tend, guard, watch over; keep watch   --
9.181, 9.271, 9.687, 9.748
OVER :   <hugsa (a)>   consider, think over; determine   --
2.244
OVER :   <of>   over; across, through; around, about; concerning; because of; for   --
1.44, 5.409, 5.419, 5.443, 5.462, 5.482, 5.486, 5.496, 5.513, 5.528, 8.169, 8.652, 10.397, 10.553, 10.726
OVER :   <ra>   ride; ride over   --
3.37, 5.101, 7.8, 7.136, 7.403, 10.695
OVER :   <um>   over, across; through, throughout; round, about; concerning   --
2.36, 2.179, 3.9, 3.158, 3.163, 3.301, 4.245, 5.34, 5.258, 6.1139, 6.1158, 6.194, 6.494, 6.681, 6.734, 7.370, 8.206, 8.465, 8.495, 9.28, 9.41, 9.103, 9.137, 9.179, 9.186, 9.269, 9.295, 9.305, 9.370, 9.685, 9.711, 9.746, 10.10, 10.13, 10.53, 10.83, 10.105, 10.221, 10.249, 10.428, 10.468, 10.507, 10.571
OVER :   <yfir>   above, over, at; across, upon   --
3.138, 6.610, 8.764, 9.557, 10.359
OVER-DRINKING :   <ofdrykkja>   excessive drinking, over-drinking   --
10.319
OVERBEARING :   <dll>   difficult, overbearing   --
6.953, 10.226
OVERCOME :   <bera>   bear, bring, carry; wear; give birth to; overcome; endure; bear (witness)   --
4.99, 5.414, 5.445, 6.1202, 6.1349, 6.290, 7.670, 8.583, 9.42, 9.629, 10.275, 10.303
OVERLAPPING :   <sakir>   roofed with overlapping boards   --
4.13
OVERWHELMINGLY :   <mttugr>   tremendously or overwhelmingly powerful; fearsome; loathesome   --
9.249
OWN :   <eiga>   own, have, possess; have in marriage; have the power to; have claim to; have duty to   --
3.402, 3.422, 5.441, 8.412, 8.778, 8.898, 9.146, 9.154, 9.162, 9.508, 9.698, 10.232, 10.250, 10.540
OWN :   <stra ()>   steer, direct; wield; own   --
6.1175
OWN :   <snn>   own, one's own   --
1.280, 2.190, 2.476, 4.351, 5.46, 5.163, 6.9, 6.21, 6.425, 6.444, 7.15, 7.216, 7.282, 7.494, 7.534, 7.558, 10.52, 10.152, 10.343, 10.400, 10.427
PAID :   <landaurar>   land-dues; a tax paid by Icelanders to the king upon arrival in Norway   --
1.457
PAIN :   <mein>   harm, hurt, injury, pain; disease, plague   --
8.917
PALE :   <flna (a)>   grow pale; fade   --
2.351
PALM :   <lfi>   palm of the hand   --
6.573
PART :   <hlutr>   part, piece, thing   --
2.14, 2.225, 2.263, 5.428
PART :   <hnd>   hand, arm and hand; side, part   --
3.241, 3.297, 4.421, 6.84, 6.93, 8.730, 8.746, 9.134, 10.761
PART :   <star>   place, spot, dwelling; part; way, respect   --
6.70, 6.932, 9.153, 10.289
PART :   <riiungr>   third part   --
7.214
PART :   <rijungr>   third part   --
3.15
PARTICULAR :   <einn>   one; a certain, particular   --
2.279, 3.491, 4.11, 4.35, 4.404, 5.192, 5.291, 6.1064, 6.431, 6.642, 6.990, 7.148, 7.183, 7.384, 8.26, 8.139, 8.413, 8.425, 8.459, 10.591
PARTICULAR :   <grein>   branch, division; particular, detail   --
2.228
PASS :   <deyja>   die, pass away   --
2.465, 7.386
PASS :   <la>   move, go; pass, progress   --
2.49, 6.973, 8.56, 8.176
PASS :   <taka>   take, take hold of; seize, capture; take to oneself, undertake; choose; accept, receive; begin (with infin.); reach, touch, strike against; happen, come to pass   --
4.255, 4.432, 6.1184, 6.1346, 6.285, 6.332, 6.408, 6.521, 6.575, 6.705, 7.269, 7.382, 7.511, 7.607, 8.907
PASS :   <vaa>   wade through, pass through   --
8.233
PASS :   <vera>   happen, come to pass; befall; chance to be; become   --
1.66, 1.369, 1.437, 2.114, 3.365, 4.74, 4.121, 4.294, 4.476, 5.64, 5.137, 6.1199, 6.247, 7.629, 7.693, 8.312, 8.383, 8.410, 8.556, 9.296, 9.585, 10.134, 10.170, 10.384, 10.385, 10.594, 10.626
PASTURE :   <gras>   grass, pasture; vegetation   --
2.340, 2.392, 9.90, 10.421
PATH :   <lei>   way, journey; road, path; manner, fashion   --
6.8
PATRON :   <vinr>   friend; patron, leader   --
8.77, 8.109, 10.175, 10.501, 10.530
PAUSE :   <hvl>   rest, pause   --
4.256
PAVILION :   <tjald>   tent, canopy; pavilion   --
8.598
PAY :   <gjalda>   pay, repay; redeem   --
1.405, 1.467, 1.483
PAY :   <gjalda>   repay, requite; pay compensation; give something as recompense for something; atone or pay for   --
9.692
PAY :   <veita (tt)>   grant, give; help; pay, yield; (recip.) back one another   --
2.200, 5.220, 5.235, 5.314, 7.536, 7.688, 8.444
PAYMENT :   <afr>   payment, tribute; heavy penalty or toll   --
9.691
PAYMENT :   <gildi>   recompense, return; payment due, tribute, offerings or compensation   --
9.697
PAYMENT :   <gjald>   payment; tax   --
1.451, 8.106, 10.576
PEACE :   <frir>   peace   --
5.57, 5.107
PEACE :   <gri>   (pl.) peace, protection   --
7.200, 7.495
PEER :   <nsa (t)>   peer, search, investigate   --
10.205
PEER :   <skyggna (d)>   peer, spy   --
10.14
PENALTY :   <afr>   payment, tribute; heavy penalty or toll   --
9.691
PENALTY :   <vti>   penalty, punishment, liability to penalty; injury, misfortune   --
10.171
PEOPLE :   <firar>   (pl.) men, people   --
8.91, 9.24
PEOPLE :   <fjlmennask (t)>   become peopled, full of people   --
2.121
PEOPLE :   <fyrar>   (pl.) men, people   --
10.649
PEOPLE :   <li>   people; band, host; troops; herd; help, aid   --
5.316, 7.19, 7.158, 7.448, 9.407, 9.482
PEOPLE :   <linar>   (pl.) people   --
9.408
PEOPLE :   <lr>   people; (pl.) men   --
8.591
PEOPLE :   <mannfolk>   mankind; people   --
2.53, 2.130
PEOPLED :   <fjlmennask (t)>   become peopled, full of people   --
2.121
PERCEIVE :   <kenna (d)>   know; perceive; taste; feel; recognize; name, tell; teach   --
7.73, 7.102, 8.61, 10.138
PERCEIVE :   <sj>   see, perceive; find; understand; look   --
2.231, 3.81, 3.181, 3.428, 3.481, 4.95, 5.77, 5.493, 6.82, 6.1209, 6.384, 6.423, 6.505, 6.882, 7.17, 8.219, 8.491, 8.533, 10.674
PERCEIVE :   <skilja (, d)>   divide, separate; disband; understand, perceive   --
1.354, 1.414, 2.222, 2.420, 6.361, 6.852, 7.363
PERCH :   <stallr>   stall; perch (for hawks)   --
6.23
PERFORM :   <gera ()>   do, perform; act; make, build; finish   --
2.144
PERFORM :   <vinna>   work, perform, do (with ppart.)   --
5.453
PERIOD :   <ml>   speech, tale; information; period of time   --
8.104, 8.198, 8.840, 9.402, 10.429
PERIOD :   <stund>   period of time; hour; time   --
2.50, 5.117
PERMIT :   <lofa (a)>   praise; allow, permit   --
5.451
PERSON :   <hfu>   head; person   --
3.87, 10.754
PERSON :   <mar>   man, person; husband; henchman   --
1.145, 1.212, 1.313, 1.341, 1.358, 1.371, 1.403, 1.481, 1.498, 2.20, 2.103, 2.184, 4.501, 5.166, 5.181, 5.187, 5.292, 5.485, 6.42, 6.84, 6.1102, 6.1114, 6.1129, 6.364, 6.380, 6.398, 6.633, 6.650, 6.698, 6.709, 6.750, 6.834, 6.847, 6.934, 6.952, 6.977, 7.113, 7.250, 7.322, 7.418, 7.459, 7.561, 8.138, 8.388, 8.648, 8.679, 8.915, 8.933, 10.78, 10.154, 10.177, 10.231, 10.260, 10.276, 10.304, 10.424, 10.439, 10.466, 10.495, 10.524, 10.604, 10.606, 10.625, 10.641, 10.679, 10.771
PHYSICAL :   <munu>   (physical) love   --
10.778
PICK :   <kippa (, t)>   pull, jerk; snatch, pick up; rend   --
3.251, 6.928
PICK :   <kisa>   choose, select; pick out something for someone, determine; acquire something for someone   --
9.597
PIECE :   <brandr>   piece of firewood   --
10.50
PIECE :   <hlutr>   part, piece, thing   --
2.14, 2.225, 2.263, 5.428
PIECE :   <slitri>   rag, torn piece   --
3.269
PIECE :   <stokkr>   log, piece of wood; beam   --
3.210, 3.358
PIERCE :   <skera>   shear, cut; cut through; cut open, pierce; make incisions, carve   --
9.586
PIERCE :   <styja (dd)>   support; provide with supports; use as a support; stab or pierce from all sides   --
9.619
PILE :   <hlaa>   load; pile   --
5.426
PILLAR :   <ollr>   tree (the ash Yggdrasil); post, pillar; beam   --
9.579
PIRATE :   <vkingr>   viking, pirate   --
8.78, 8.808
PLACE :   <f>   get, take; catch; have, make use of; put; give; receive; suffer; (with ppart.) be able to, get accomplished; (mid.) take place; struggle   --
3.435, 3.484, 4.347, 4.396, 5.23, 5.397, 6.1299, 6.259, 6.604, 6.828, 7.391, 8.113, 10.176
PLACE :   <ganga>   go, walk; advance; take place; extend; go on, last; turn out   --
3.56, 3.67, 3.212, 3.355, 3.554, 4.90, 4.137, 5.197, 5.385, 6.33, 6.98, 6.1116, 6.1193, 6.1269, 6.1306, 6.323, 6.782, 6.902, 7.576, 8.31, 8.45, 8.227, 8.868, 9.171, 9.261, 9.677, 9.738, 10.8, 10.418, 10.729, 10.786
PLACE :   <leggja>   lay, place, put; put down, lay down; move, bring; thrust, throw; make; give   --
1.279, 3.130, 3.330, 4.103, 4.493, 5.266, 5.282, 5.308, 5.342, 6.1310, 9.218, 9.594
PLACE :   <lta>   put, place; let, allow; concede, yield; leave, leave off; lose; cause to be done, command; behave (as if); declare; sound   --
1.176, 1.343, 3.148, 5.287, 5.367, 6.1161, 6.502, 6.648, 8.174, 8.428
PLACE :   <setja>   set, place, put; seat; set up; establish; endow; direct; hurl; adorn   --
4.77, 6.51, 6.340, 6.390, 6.570, 6.588, 6.937, 7.701
PLACE :   <spyrna (d)>   kick; place the feet   --
3.208, 3.502
PLACE :   <standa>   stand (firm); get up; take up a position; be in a place; remain valid; be in a specified condition; trend, flow; weigh   --
3.509, 4.403, 6.1319, 7.20, 7.265, 7.554, 8.225, 8.469, 8.536, 9.541, 9.555, 9.580, 10.733
PLACE :   <star>   place, spot, dwelling; part; way, respect   --
6.70, 6.932, 9.153, 10.289
PLACE :   <ar>   there, in that place   --
1.37, 1.258, 1.272, 1.466, 2.290, 2.295, 4.21, 4.143, 4.323, 4.423, 5.518, 6.40, 6.58, 6.91, 6.104, 6.1246, 6.300, 6.339, 6.579, 6.940, 6.992, 7.87, 7.193, 7.297, 7.422, 7.667, 8.238, 9.291, 9.430
PLACES :   <va>   widely, in many places; extensively   --
2.178, 10.126
PLAGUE :   <mein>   harm, hurt, injury, pain; disease, plague   --
8.917
PLAIN :   <vllr>   level ground, ground; plain; field   --
4.80, 4.148, 5.265, 9.728, 10.315
PLAIT :   <sna>   plait, tie, twist; turn   --
2.63, 3.127, 4.20
PLAN :   <r>   advice, counsel; expedient, means; plan; agreement   --
4.495, 7.385, 10.258
PLANKS :   <borveggr>   board wall, wall made of planks   --
9.722
PLANT :   <laukr>   leek; (general) plant   --
9.121
PLAY :   <tefla (l)>   play at 'tables', play board games   --
9.233
PLEASE :   <lka (a)>   please, be pleasing   --
1.32, 6.909
PLEASING :   <lka (a)>   please, be pleasing   --
1.32, 6.909
PLEASURE :   <gaman>   pleasure, entertainment   --
10.607
PLENTY :   <gngr>   enough; plenty (of)   --
4.445
PLOT :   <ra>   advise, counsel; discuss; plot; set, arrange; decide; govern; prevail; have to deal with; go, take one's way   --
3.189, 8.688
POEM :   <kvi>   poem   --
5.392
POINT :   <geirr>   spear; point of anvil   --
8.302, 8.658, 9.618
POISON :   <eitr>   poison   --
8.910
POSITION :   <kn (kntta)>   can, be in a position to; may   --
9.725
POSITION :   <standa>   stand (firm); get up; take up a position; be in a place; remain valid; be in a specified condition; trend, flow; weigh   --
3.509, 4.403, 6.1319, 7.20, 7.265, 7.554, 8.225, 8.469, 8.536, 9.541, 9.555, 9.580, 10.733
POSSESS :   <eiga>   own, have, possess; have in marriage; have the power to; have claim to; have duty to   --
3.402, 3.422, 5.441, 8.412, 8.778, 8.898, 9.146, 9.154, 9.162, 9.508, 9.698, 10.232, 10.250, 10.540
POSSESSION :   <eigna (a)>   take possession of   --
2.461
POSSESSION :   <eignask (a)>   gain possession of, get for oneself   --
10.773
POSSESSION :   <eigu>   possession   --
1.281
POSSESSION :   <nema>   take; take possession of; catch, strike against; amount to   --
1.388, 1.501, 3.550, 8.731, 8.747
POSSESSIONS :   <f>   cattle; sheep; money; possessions   --
2.134, 2.205, 6.1071, 6.1123, 10.775
POSSIBLE :   <opt>   often, frequently; as often as possible, always   --
9.630, 10.261
POST :   <ollr>   tree (the ash Yggdrasil); post, pillar; beam   --
9.579
POUR :   <ausa>   ladle; pour; water; (mid.) stream, flow   --
9.546
POVERTY :   <nau(r)>   distress, harm; poverty   --
6.557
POWER :   <eiga>   own, have, possess; have in marriage; have the power to; have claim to; have duty to   --
3.402, 3.422, 5.441, 8.412, 8.778, 8.898, 9.146, 9.154, 9.162, 9.508, 9.698, 10.232, 10.250, 10.540
POWER :   <ofreflismar>   one's superior power   --
5.141
POWER :   <rki>   kingdom; power, authority   --
6.1069, 7.215, 7.266
POWER :   <vald>   power, control   --
5.200, 7.498
POWERFUL :   <rkr>   great, powerful, magnificent   --
8.594
POWERFUL :   <mttugr>   tremendously or overwhelmingly powerful; fearsome; loathesome   --
9.249
POWERFUL :   <flugr>   strong, powerful   --
9.483
POWERS :   <ginnregin>   (pl.) mighty powers   --
10.812
POWERS :   <regin>   (pl.) powers, rulers, gods   --
9.172, 9.262, 9.678, 9.739
POWERS :   <urr>   weird, (dire) fate; undoing, ruin; (pl.) fates, powers of fate; (name of a norn)   --
9.559, 9.581
PRACTICE :   <sa>   practice sorcery; bewitch   --
9.655, 9.660
PRAISE :   <hrr (rs)>   praise; encomium   --
5.442, 5.461
PRAISE :   <lof>   praise   --
10.223, 10.251
PRAISE :   <lofa (a)>   praise; allow, permit   --
5.451
PRAISE :   <mra ()>   praise   --
5.455
PRAISE :   <mr>   praise; encomium   --
5.427
PRAY :   <bija>   ask; beg; pray; bid   --
4.63, 5.295, 5.458, 6.1235, 6.280, 6.566, 7.665, 9.6
PRECINCT :   <himiniourr>   rim of heaven, horizon or precinct of heaven, sky   --
9.138
PRECIOUS :   <aur>   wealth, riches, treasure; precious objects   --
9.219, 10.283
PRECIOUS :   <drr>   dear, expensive; precious   --
5.254, 8.357
PREMISES :   <heimisgarar>   (pl.) courtyards of a house, homestead(s), premises   --
10.167
PREORDAINED :   <lag>   lay, order, disposition; (pl.) preordained fate   --
9.593
PREPARE :   <ba>   be ready, prepare, secure   --
3.521, 6.195, 6.241, 6.854, 7.341, 8.959
PRESENT :   <fra ()>   bring, send; hurl, smite; move; present   --
3.379, 3.459
PREVAIL :   <ra>   advise, counsel; discuss; plot; set, arrange; decide; govern; prevail; have to deal with; go, take one's way   --
3.189, 8.688
PRICKLY :   <hvass>   sharp; prickly   --
8.268, 8.295, 8.748
PRIDE :   <matnar>   pride   --
10.779
PRIEST :   <goi>   chief (and priest)   --
1.165
PRIEST :   <prestr>   priest   --
1.21
PRINCE :   <bulungr>   king, prince   --
8.820
PRINCE :   <lofungr>   prince, king   --
8.880
PRINCELY :   <hfinghlegr>   princely   --
7.115
PROCEED :   <feta>   step; proceed in, begin to   --
5.479
PROCEED :   <skja>   seek, go to fetch; visit; proceed   --
4.193, 4.228, 4.258, 4.290, 4.452, 5.516, 8.687, 9.415
PROFIT :   <frami>   advancement, benefit, profit; luck; courage, ability; growth, success, fame   --
10.55
PROGENY :   <kind>   kind, child; baby; offspring, progeny, family, kin   --
9.10, 9.409
PROGENY :   <kynsl>   progeny, family line   --
2.33
PROGRESS :   <la>   move, go; pass, progress   --
2.49, 6.973, 8.56, 8.176
PROHIBIT :   <banna (a)>   prohibit, forbid   --
1.383, 6.1110
PROMISE :   <heita>   to call, name; promise; be called, be named   --
1.211, 6.1136, 6.123, 6.801, 7.603, 8.590, 9.189, 9.542, 9.582, 9.645, 10.356
PROMPTLY :   <greiliga>   quickly, promptly   --
8.32
PRONOUNCE :   <skepia (skp, skapa)>   make, create; pronounce, impose, decree   --
9.109, 9.222, 9.276
PROPERTY :   <nttra>   nature, characteristic quality, property   --
2.329, 2.381
PROPHECY :   <sp>   prophecy, song of fate   --
5.525
PROPHESYING :   <velspr>   prophesying well or rightly   --
9.651
PROPHETESS :   <vlva>   seeress, prophetess, sorceress, soothsayer   --
9.650
PROPORTIONS :   <strskorinn>   of huge proportions   --
3.95
PROSPERITY :   <sla>   happiness; prosperity   --
2.207
PROTECT :   <halda>   hold; hold fast, grip; keep; steer; protect; last, hold good, remain   --
3.272, 6.447
PROTECT :   <hlfa ()>   shelter, protect   --
6.220
PROTECT :   <verja (vari)>   defend, protect   --
4.204
PROTECTION :   <gri>   (pl.) peace, protection   --
7.200, 7.495
PROTECTION :   <skjaldborg>   wall of shields; protection   --
6.141, 6.156, 6.204, 6.260
PROVE :   <reyna (d)>   try, prove   --
1.102, 6.434, 10.801
PROVE :   <sanna (a)>   affirm; (refl.) prove to be true   --
7.349, 7.485
PROVIDE :   <bja>   offer, provide; command, summon   --
5.438, 6.1146, 6.808, 7.229, 7.246, 7.278, 7.492, 7.656, 8.102
PROVIDE :   <styja (dd)>   support; provide with supports; use as a support; stab or pierce from all sides   --
9.619
PROVISIONS :   <fang>   grasp, hold; breast; wrestling, contest; catch; provisions   --
3.499
PROVISIONS :   <vegnest>   provisions for a journey   --
10.311
PROXIMITY :   <nnd>   proximity   --
6.303
PULL :   <hnykkja (, t)>   pull violently   --
3.216, 6.162
PULL :   <kippa (, t)>   pull, jerk; snatch, pick up; rend   --
3.251, 6.928
PULL :   <kneppa (t)>   fasten, button; pull   --
3.462
PULL :   <toga (a)>   tug, pull   --
3.281, 3.527, 8.86
PUNISHMENT :   <vti>   penalty, punishment, liability to penalty; injury, misfortune   --
10.171
PUT :   <freista (st)>   try, make trial of; put to the test   --
10.54
PUT :   <f>   get, take; catch; have, make use of; put; give; receive; suffer; (with ppart.) be able to, get accomplished; (mid.) take place; struggle   --
3.435, 3.484, 4.347, 4.396, 5.23, 5.397, 6.1299, 6.259, 6.604, 6.828, 7.391, 8.113, 10.176
PUT :   <leggja>   lay, place, put; put down, lay down; move, bring; thrust, throw; make; give   --
1.279, 3.130, 3.330, 4.103, 4.493, 5.266, 5.282, 5.308, 5.342, 6.1310, 9.218, 9.594
PUT :   <lta>   put, place; let, allow; concede, yield; leave, leave off; lose; cause to be done, command; behave (as if); declare; sound   --
1.176, 1.343, 3.148, 5.287, 5.367, 6.1161, 6.502, 6.648, 8.174, 8.428
PUT :   <rtta (tt)>   reach, stretch up or out; raise; put right   --
3.85, 3.107, 3.246
PUT :   <setja>   set, place, put; seat; set up; establish; endow; direct; hurl; adorn   --
4.77, 6.51, 6.340, 6.390, 6.570, 6.588, 6.937, 7.701
PUT :   <skipa (a)>   array, draw up; assign (a seat); put in order; set; occupy   --
6.1059, 6.836, 6.915, 6.949, 7.22
PYRE :   <borg>   castle, fortress; funeral pyre   --
9.723
QUALITY :   <kostr>   choice, alternative; offer; chance, opportunity; money available; match, marriage; condition, quality; terms   --
7.272, 7.510
QUALITY :   <nttra>   nature, characteristic quality, property   --
2.329, 2.381
QUARREL :   <deila (d)>   divide; distinguishk quarrel, contend   --
8.886
QUESTION :   <hvrt>   whether; (introduces direct question); however   --
4.57, 4.155, 6.662, 7.154, 9.688
QUICKLY :   <brega>   move quickly; throw; draw (sword)   --
6.1285, 6.1301
QUICKLY :   <greiliga>   quickly, promptly   --
8.32
QUICKLY :   <hraliga>   quickly   --
8.53
QUICKLY :   <skjtla>   quickly   --
8.178, 8.970
QUIET :   <hljr>   silent, quiet   --
6.1106
QUIET :   <kyrr>   quiet   --
3.175, 6.1104
QUIET :   <spakr>   quiet; wise, learned   --
1.149, 8.74
QUITE :   <stundar>   very, quite   --
3.198
RACE :   <vanir>   (pl.) Vanir (race of gods)   --
9.726
RAG :   <slitri>   rag, torn piece   --
3.269
RAGING :   <r>   wood, raving, frenzied, raging, mad with fear; enraged; (name of Freyja's husband or lover) Od   --
9.758
RAGNAR :   <Ragnarsson>   son of Ragnar   --
1.174
RAISE :   <hefja>   lift, raise   --
5.390
RAISE :   <reisa (t)>   raise, set up   --
10.737
RAISE :   <rtta (tt)>   reach, stretch up or out; raise; put right   --
3.85, 3.107, 3.246
RAISE :   <yppa (p)>   lift, raise   --
9.104
RAISED :   <set>   seat; raised floor along the sides of a hall   --
3.187, 3.250, 3.354, 9.420
RATHER :   <heldr>   rather, any the more   --
1.99, 5.226, 5.283, 5.341, 6.1079, 6.120, 6.1260, 6.862, 6.950, 7.208, 7.378, 7.387, 7.513, 8.785, 10.157
RATHSVITH :   <Rsvir>   Rathsvith, Counsel-sharp   --
9.368
RAVING :   <r>   wood, raving, frenzied, raging, mad with fear; enraged; (name of Freyja's husband or lover) Od   --
9.758
REACH :   <koma>   come, arrive; reach; obtain; occur   --
1.267, 2.26, 2.109, 2.171, 3.111, 3.412, 3.468, 4.52, 4.230, 4.391, 4.422, 5.111, 6.13, 6.85, 6.1036, 6.1093, 6.231, 6.472, 6.619, 6.636, 6.673, 6.993, 7.446, 7.704, 8.30, 8.242, 9.246, 9.479, 9.549, 9.569, 9.649, 10.39, 10.69, 10.100, 10.166, 10.195, 10.481, 10.537
REACH :   <rtta (tt)>   reach, stretch up or out; raise; put right   --
3.85, 3.107, 3.246
REACH :   <taka>   take, take hold of; seize, capture; take to oneself, undertake; choose; accept, receive; begin (with infin.); reach, touch, strike against; happen, come to pass   --
4.255, 4.432, 6.1184, 6.1346, 6.285, 6.332, 6.408, 6.521, 6.575, 6.705, 7.269, 7.382, 7.511, 7.607, 8.907
REACHING :   <vi>   reaching to, against, with; towards, at; in exchange for; by; (together) with, close to; because of   --
1.38, 1.339, 2.211, 3.118, 3.282, 3.320, 3.380, 3.424, 3.436, 3.486, 3.519, 3.528, 4.100, 4.151, 4.305, 4.488, 5.362, 5.369, 5.424, 5.508, 6.1120, 6.178, 6.222, 6.571, 6.577, 6.892, 6.954, 7.66, 7.364, 7.707, 8.11, 8.165, 8.181, 8.325, 8.522, 10.228, 10.568
READILY :   <vel>   well, readily, easily   --
4.205, 5.474, 6.1058, 6.193, 7.555, 8.805, 8.927, 9.20, 10.654
READY :   <ba>   be ready, prepare, secure   --
3.521, 6.195, 6.241, 6.854, 7.341, 8.959
READY :   <grr (van)>   made, built; done; ready; sent; done for, finished off   --
4.8, 4.211, 4.240, 4.272, 6.1025, 6.211, 6.400
REALM :   <itunheimr>   realm of the giants   --
9.252
REAR :   <fa (dd)>   feed; nurse; rear, bring up   --
2.456, 9.47
REASON :   <sk>   cause, reason; lawsuit, dispute; sake   --
2.468, 3.342, 5.36, 5.360, 8.207
RECEIVE :   <f>   get, take; catch; have, make use of; put; give; receive; suffer; (with ppart.) be able to, get accomplished; (mid.) take place; struggle   --
3.435, 3.484, 4.347, 4.396, 5.23, 5.397, 6.1299, 6.259, 6.604, 6.828, 7.391, 8.113, 10.176
RECEIVE :   <taka>   take, take hold of; seize, capture; take to oneself, undertake; choose; accept, receive; begin (with infin.); reach, touch, strike against; happen, come to pass   --
4.255, 4.432, 6.1184, 6.1346, 6.285, 6.332, 6.408, 6.521, 6.575, 6.705, 7.269, 7.382, 7.511, 7.607, 8.907
RECEIVE :   <iggja>   accept, receive   --
5.289, 7.530, 10.262
RECEPTION :   <virtaca>   reception, defense   --
7.696
RECIPROCATED :   <endraga>   silence in return, reciprocated silence   --
10.113
RECITE :   <fyrtelia (-tala)>   recount, recite   --
9.21
RECITE :   <kvea>   say, declare; utter, say in verse; recite; utter a cry   --
5.394, 6.1222, 6.175, 6.786, 7.565, 7.638, 8.24, 8.43, 8.70, 8.100, 8.131, 8.162, 8.247, 8.423, 8.471, 8.545, 8.607, 8.644, 8.678, 8.707, 8.773, 8.804, 8.834, 8.895, 8.958, 10.333
RECITE :   <ylja (uldi)>   recite   --
5.478
RECKON :   <telja (tala)>   reckon, count; trace; number, enumerate; recount; declare   --
2.474, 9.198, 9.371, 9.412
RECOGNIZE :   <kenna (d)>   know; perceive; taste; feel; recognize; name, tell; teach   --
7.73, 7.102, 8.61, 10.138
RECOIL :   <hrfa (a)>   recoil, give way   --
3.338
RECOMPENSE :   <gildi>   recompense, return; payment due, tribute, offerings or compensation   --
9.697
RECOMPENSE :   <gjalda>   repay, requite; pay compensation; give something as recompense for something; atone or pay for   --
9.692
RECONCILE :   <stta>   reconcile   --
1.397
RECONCILIATION :   <stt>   reconciliation   --
5.22
RECOUNT :   <fyrtelia (-tala)>   recount, recite   --
9.21
RECOUNT :   <telja (tala)>   reckon, count; trace; number, enumerate; recount; declare   --
2.474, 9.198, 9.371, 9.412
RED :   <raur>   red   --
4.97
RED :   <rja>   make red, redden   --
8.301
REDDEN :   <rja>   make red, redden   --
8.301
REDEEM :   <gjalda>   pay, repay; redeem   --
1.405, 1.467, 1.483
REDRESS :   <sm, smd>   honor; redress, compensation   --
6.886, 7.389
REEK :   <rjka>   reek, smoke; go flying, tumble   --
3.542
REFUGE :   <vera>   resort, refuge; means of existence, way (of going on)   --
10.293
REFUSE :   <neita (tt)>   refuse, deny   --
6.842
REFUSE :   <synja (a)>   refuse, deny   --
8.795
REGARD :   <lknstafr>   favorable statement, esteem, warm regard   --
10.225
REGARD :   <lta>   look; see; regard   --
3.267, 4.150, 6.79, 8.464, 8.763
REGARDING :   <at>   to, towards, against; at, in; from; according to; regarding; concerning; after   --
1.34, 1.96, 1.136, 1.218, 1.351, 1.450, 2.268, 2.298, 2.442, 3.16, 3.331, 3.411, 3.421, 3.434, 3.448, 3.464, 3.529, 3.532, 4.53, 4.140, 4.195, 4.201, 4.210, 4.227, 4.232, 4.239, 4.259, 4.271, 4.291, 4.349, 4.453, 4.492, 5.28, 5.44, 5.55, 5.131, 5.160, 5.185, 5.214, 5.236, 5.264, 5.275, 5.284, 5.313, 5.329, 5.336, 5.473, 6.32, 6.1115, 6.1140, 6.1201, 6.1258, 6.215, 6.307, 6.432, 6.456, 6.471, 6.547, 6.706, 6.720, 6.740, 6.792, 6.844, 6.884, 6.962, 6.974, 7.126, 7.173, 7.529, 7.592, 7.658, 8.14, 8.72, 8.105, 8.111, 8.243, 8.318, 8.379, 8.443, 8.463, 8.490, 8.496, 8.633, 8.781, 8.947, 9.197, 9.487, 10.19, 10.132, 10.150, 10.159, 10.278, 10.306, 10.316, 10.387, 10.444, 10.473, 10.479, 10.535, 10.563, 10.651, 10.739, 10.804
REGIN :   <Reginn>   Regin   --
9.366
REGION :   <heimr>   region; world   --
2.37, 2.66, 2.76, 2.82, 2.106, 2.214, 6.1257, 8.974, 9.52, 9.615, 9.719
REGION :   <tt>   direction, region; family, line; stock, tribe; ancestry   --
2.23, 2.112, 2.475, 8.564, 8.852, 9.756
REJOICE :   <fagna (a)>   be glad; rejoice at, welcome   --
8.844
RELATE :   <geta>   get, obtain; engender; (with ppart.) be able to, get done; (with infin.) happen to (do); be obtainable; guess, suppose; relate, tell of   --
3.311, 3.388, 4.207, 4.236, 4.268, 5.483, 8.578, 10.109, 10.222, 10.670, 10.774
RELATE :   <missegja>   relate incorrectly   --
1.88
RELATE :   <segja>   say, speak; tell, tell of; relate   --
1.73, 1.217, 1.429, 1.511, 9.312
RELATE :   <segja (saga)>   say, speak; tell, tell of; relate   --
2.164, 4.425, 4.478, 5.6, 5.179, 5.304, 6.1074, 6.1179, 6.130, 6.137, 6.152, 6.671, 6.691, 6.821, 6.840, 6.986, 7.294, 7.336, 7.354, 7.456, 7.471, 7.483, 7.550, 7.560, 8.52, 8.424, 8.513, 8.547, 8.643, 8.740, 8.865
RELATED :   <skyldr>   obliged, obligatory; related to; right   --
1.95
RELATING :   <frsagnarverr>   worth relating   --
5.228
RELATIVE :   <frndi>   relative, kinsman   --
8.402
RELIABLE :   <brigr>   unfailing, reliable   --
10.174
RELUCTANT :   <traur>   unwilling, reluctant   --
5.324, 8.441
REMAIN :   <halda>   hold; hold fast, grip; keep; steer; protect; last, hold good, remain   --
3.272, 6.447
REMAIN :   <sitja>   sit; stay, remain; reside   --
4.146, 6.866, 10.23, 10.42, 10.142, 10.515
REMAIN :   <standa>   stand (firm); get up; take up a position; be in a place; remain valid; be in a specified condition; trend, flow; weigh   --
3.509, 4.403, 6.1319, 7.20, 7.265, 7.554, 8.225, 8.469, 8.536, 9.541, 9.555, 9.580, 10.733
REMAIN :   <ruma ()>   stand motionless, hover; remain silent   --
10.361
REMEMBER :   <muna>   remember   --
1.160, 9.29, 9.38, 9.50, 9.610
REND :   <kippa (, t)>   pull, jerk; snatch, pick up; rend   --
3.251, 6.928
REPAY :   <gjalda>   pay, repay; redeem   --
1.405, 1.467, 1.483
REPAY :   <gjalda>   repay, requite; pay compensation; give something as recompense for something; atone or pay for   --
9.692
REPEATEDLY :   <sjaldan>   not seldom, repeatedly   --
9.631
REQUITE :   <gjalda>   repay, requite; pay compensation; give something as recompense for something; atone or pay for   --
9.692
RESENTMENT :   <hugi>   resentment   --
6.961
RESERVE :   <dul>   reserve, folly; conceit   --
10.790
RESIDE :   <sitja>   sit; stay, remain; reside   --
4.146, 6.866, 10.23, 10.42, 10.142, 10.515
RESIDENCE :   <atseta>   residence   --
6.16
RESOLVED :   <einrinn>   resolved   --
5.16
RESORT :   <vera>   resort, refuge; means of existence, way (of going on)   --
10.293
RESOUND :   <jta>   resound; rush, flow   --
5.521
RESPECT :   <star>   place, spot, dwelling; part; way, respect   --
6.70, 6.932, 9.153, 10.289
RESPITE :   <frest>   respite   --
5.31
REST :   <hvl>   rest, pause   --
4.256
RETAINER :   <hirmar>   retainer   --
6.484, 6.611, 6.643, 6.663, 6.797, 6.811
RETAINER :   <sveitungr>   follower, retainer   --
5.269
RETURN :   <endraga>   silence in return, reciprocated silence   --
10.113
RETURN :   <gildi>   recompense, return; payment due, tribute, offerings or compensation   --
9.697
REYKJAVIK :   <Reykjarvk>   Bay of Smoke, Reykjavik   --
1.250
RIB :   <rif>   rib   --
8.342
RICH :   <auigr>   wealthy, rich   --
10.598, 10.678
RICHES :   <aur>   wealth, riches, treasure; precious objects   --
9.219, 10.283
RIDE :   <ra>   ride; ride over   --
3.37, 5.101, 7.8, 7.136, 7.403, 10.695
RIDER :   <riddari>   rider, horseman   --
7.139, 7.149, 7.184, 7.293, 7.404
RIDGE-BEAM :   <brnss>   ridge-beam   --
4.18
RIDING :   <rei>   chariot; riding   --
7.39
RIGGING :   <reii>   trappings, harness; rigging, tackle   --
8.300
RIGHT :   <rtt>   right, rightly   --
2.58
RIGHT :   <rtta (tt)>   reach, stretch up or out; raise; put right   --
3.85, 3.107, 3.246
RIGHT :   <rttr>   right, correct; just, fair; unswerving; direct   --
6.594, 9.369
RIGHT :   <skyldr>   obliged, obligatory; related to; right   --
1.95
RIGHTLY :   <rtt>   right, rightly   --
2.58
RIGHTLY :   <velspr>   prophesying well or rightly   --
9.651
RIM :   <himiniourr>   rim of heaven, horizon or precinct of heaven, sky   --
9.138
RIM :   <rnd>   rim; shield   --
8.297
RIM :   <rmr>   edge, rim (of a shield)   --
5.510
RING :   <baugr>   ring; coil   --
8.119
RING :   <gullhringr>   gold ring   --
4.430
RISE :   <gnfa (a)>   to rise high, tower   --
3.116
RISE :   <svella>   swell, rise high   --
8.209
RIVER :   <vatn>   water; lake; waterway; river   --
2.291, 2.301, 6.297, 10.93
RIVER :   <lfoss>   Ale-Force (foaming waterfall) River   --
1.276
RIVER :   <>   river   --
5.523
ROAD :   <braut>   road   --
1.332, 5.105, 6.1157, 6.1195, 6.455, 6.870, 8.962, 10.277, 10.305, 10.734
ROAD :   <lei>   way, journey; road, path; manner, fashion   --
6.8
ROAD :   <vegr>   way, road   --
10.597
ROB :   <stela>   steal, rob   --
10.363
ROCK :   <bjarg>   rock; mountain   --
2.401
ROCK :   <steinn>   stone, rock   --
2.403, 3.507, 9.115, 9.418
ROOF :   <rfr>   roof   --
3.119, 3.553
ROOF :   <ekja>   thatch, roof   --
3.560, 4.129, 4.437
ROOFED :   <sakir>   roofed with overlapping boards   --
4.13
ROOM :   <hs>   house; room of house; (pl.) farm   --
3.35, 3.63, 3.570, 4.196, 4.223, 9.488, 9.648
ROOM :   <lopt>   air, sky; upper room   --
2.233, 4.34, 9.751
ROOM :   <rm>   room, space; seat; bed   --
6.327, 6.837, 6.906
ROOT :   <rt>   root   --
8.290
ROTTEN :   <finn>   rotten, decayed   --
8.623
ROUND :   <um>   over, across; through, throughout; round, about; concerning   --
2.36, 2.179, 3.9, 3.158, 3.163, 3.301, 4.245, 5.34, 5.258, 6.1139, 6.1158, 6.194, 6.494, 6.681, 6.734, 7.370, 8.206, 8.465, 8.495, 9.28, 9.41, 9.103, 9.137, 9.179, 9.186, 9.269, 9.295, 9.305, 9.370, 9.685, 9.711, 9.746, 10.10, 10.13, 10.53, 10.83, 10.105, 10.221, 10.249, 10.428, 10.468, 10.507, 10.571
ROUSE :   <vekja (vakti)>   waken, rouse   --
4.368
ROVE :   <rata (a)>   travel about, rove   --
10.127
RUDDINESS :   <l>   blood, ruddiness, vital warmth   --
9.513, 9.525
RUIN :   <urr>   weird, (dire) fate; undoing, ruin; (pl.) fates, powers of fate; (name of a norn)   --
9.559, 9.581
RULER :   <hfingi>   chief, ruler   --
7.476, 7.506
RULERS :   <regin>   (pl.) powers, rulers, gods   --
9.172, 9.262, 9.678, 9.739
RUMMAGING :   <rausk>   rummaging   --
6.63
RUN :   <hlaupa>   leap, spring, climb; mount; run   --
3.294, 3.495, 4.220
RUNE :   <rn>   secret, secret wisdom, secret writing, rune   --
10.805
RUNES :   <rta>   cut runes; write   --
1.198
RUSH :   <drfa>   drive; crowd, throng; rush   --
6.379
RUSH :   <hrapa (a)>   rush   --
8.784
RUSH :   <jta>   resound; rush, flow   --
5.521
SACRAMENT :   <strmerki>   notable thing; mystery, sacrament   --
2.169
SACRED :   <ginnheilagr>   most holy, sacred   --
9.176, 9.266, 9.682, 9.743
SACRED :   <heilagr>   holy, sacred   --
1.180, 9.9
SAEMUND :   <Smundr>   Saemund   --
1.20
SAFE :   <heill>   sound, safe; in health   --
7.252, 8.431, 8.965, 10.35
SAGE :   <fimbululr>   mighty sage   --
10.815
SAKE :   <sk>   cause, reason; lawsuit, dispute; sake   --
2.468, 3.342, 5.36, 5.360, 8.207
SALUTE :   <kveja>   greeting, salute   --
7.191
SAME :   <jafnsnimma>   at the same time   --
5.239
SAME :   <samr>   same   --
1.46, 2.259, 2.345, 6.487, 6.997
SANCTUARY :   <hrgr>   outdoor sanctuary, (stone) altar, temple   --
9.212
SAND :   <sandr>   sand; beach, shore   --
9.75, 10.616
SAVE :   <fora (a)>   save   --
5.39
SAY :   <kalla>   call, cry out; name; say, declare   --
1.261, 1.318, 1.456, 4.505, 5.184, 6.1172, 6.763, 6.795, 7.504, 8.373
SAY :   <kvea>   say, declare; utter, say in verse; recite; utter a cry   --
5.394, 6.1222, 6.175, 6.786, 7.565, 7.638, 8.24, 8.43, 8.70, 8.100, 8.131, 8.162, 8.247, 8.423, 8.471, 8.545, 8.607, 8.644, 8.678, 8.707, 8.773, 8.804, 8.834, 8.895, 8.958, 10.333
SAY :   <segja>   say, speak; tell, tell of; relate   --
1.73, 1.217, 1.429, 1.511, 9.312
SAY :   <segja (saga)>   say, speak; tell, tell of; relate   --
2.164, 4.425, 4.478, 5.6, 5.179, 5.304, 6.1074, 6.1179, 6.130, 6.137, 6.152, 6.671, 6.691, 6.821, 6.840, 6.986, 7.294, 7.336, 7.354, 7.456, 7.471, 7.483, 7.550, 7.560, 8.52, 8.424, 8.513, 8.547, 8.643, 8.740, 8.865
SCABBARD :   <slrar, -ir>   (pl.) sheath, scabbard   --
6.1308
SCABBARD :   <umgjr>   scabbard   --
6.1281, 6.1296, 6.1302
SCATTER :   <dreifa ()>   scatter (dat.); besprinkle (acc.)   --
2.35
SCION :   <nir>   kinsman; son, scion   --
8.809, 8.881, 10.738, 10.740
SEA :   <gjlfrmarr>   steed of the sea, ship   --
8.870
SEA :   <marr>   sea   --
5.416
SEA :   <sr (svar)>   sea, inlet of the sea; lake   --
9.77, 9.576, 10.618
SEA :   <svargangr>   surge of sea; flood   --
2.78
SEA :   <ver>   sea   --
5.410
SEA :   <ti>   outside; out at sea; unsheltered   --
3.165, 3.438, 4.324, 8.89, 8.224, 8.494, 10.682
SEA-POOL :   <Lni>   Loni, Sea-pool   --
9.391
SEARCH :   <leita (a)>   seek, search for; find; try to go, go; attack   --
3.375, 4.442, 6.761
SEARCH :   <nsa (t)>   peer, search, investigate   --
10.205
SEASON :   <r>   year; (good) season   --
2.336, 2.346, 2.369, 9.196
SEAT :   <rcstll>   judgement or council seat   --
9.175, 9.265, 9.681, 9.742
SEAT :   <rm>   room, space; seat; bed   --
6.327, 6.837, 6.906
SEAT :   <set>   seat; raised floor along the sides of a hall   --
3.187, 3.250, 3.354, 9.420
SEAT :   <setja>   set, place, put; seat; set up; establish; endow; direct; hurl; adorn   --
4.77, 6.51, 6.340, 6.390, 6.570, 6.588, 6.937, 7.701
SEAT :   <skipa (a)>   array, draw up; assign (a seat); put in order; set; occupy   --
6.1059, 6.836, 6.915, 6.949, 7.22
SEATING :   <flet>   boards of a hall used for seating   --
10.25
SECOND :   <annarr>   other, another; second, next; one (of two)   --
1.234, 2.328, 3.218, 4.261, 4.277, 5.273, 7.233, 7.321, 7.347, 7.634, 8.403, 9.301, 9.584, 10.234, 10.263, 10.602
SECRET :   <rn>   secret, secret wisdom, secret writing, rune   --
10.805
SECURE :   <ba>   be ready, prepare, secure   --
3.521, 6.195, 6.241, 6.854, 7.341, 8.959
SEE :   <ef>   if; whether; (to see) if; lest   --
4.345, 4.444, 5.8, 5.98, 5.210, 5.333, 5.338, 5.480, 6.1063, 6.467, 8.500, 8.561, 8.750, 8.849, 8.935, 10.107, 10.511, 10.772, 10.820
SEE :   <ggjask ()>   bend forward to see, gaze, glare   --
3.136
SEE :   <lta>   look; see; regard   --
3.267, 4.150, 6.79, 8.464, 8.763
SEE :   <sj>   see, perceive; find; understand; look   --
2.231, 3.81, 3.181, 3.428, 3.481, 4.95, 5.77, 5.493, 6.82, 6.1209, 6.384, 6.423, 6.505, 6.882, 7.17, 8.219, 8.491, 8.533, 10.674
SEEK :   <leita (a)>   seek, search for; find; try to go, go; attack   --
3.375, 4.442, 6.761
SEEK :   <skja>   seek, go to fetch; visit; proceed   --
4.193, 4.228, 4.258, 4.290, 4.452, 5.516, 8.687, 9.415
SEEM :   <sna (d)>   show; (mid.) appear to be, seem; exist   --
3.89
SEEM :   <ykkja (tti)>   seem, be thought   --
1.386, 3.156, 5.227, 6.359, 6.395, 6.461, 6.527, 6.951, 8.133, 8.680, 8.818, 8.972, 10.285, 10.599
SEERESS :   <vlva>   seeress, prophetess, sorceress, soothsayer   --
9.650
SEIZE :   <taka>   take, take hold of; seize, capture; take to oneself, undertake; choose; accept, receive; begin (with infin.); reach, touch, strike against; happen, come to pass   --
4.255, 4.432, 6.1184, 6.1346, 6.285, 6.332, 6.408, 6.521, 6.575, 6.705, 7.269, 7.382, 7.511, 7.607, 8.907
SELDOM :   <sjaldan>   seldom   --
10.169, 10.731
SELDOM :   <sjaldan>   not seldom, repeatedly   --
9.631
SELECT :   <kisa>   choose, select; pick out something for someone, determine; acquire something for someone   --
9.597
SELF :   <sjlfr>   self; him-, her-, it-self; themselves   --
10.248
SELL :   <selja>   give; sell   --
8.265, 8.351, 8.624, 8.689, 8.787, 8.812
SEND :   <fra ()>   bring, send; hurl, smite; move; present   --
3.379, 3.459
SEND :   <senda (d)>   send   --
6.584, 7.189
SENSE :   <ge>   disposition; mind; wits; sense; inclination   --
10.160, 10.345, 10.364, 10.401, 10.565, 10.621
SENSE :   <mannvit>   human intelligence, common sense   --
10.180, 10.281, 10.309, 10.783
SENSE :   <vit>   intelligence, sense   --
10.121, 10.253
SENSES :   <rviti>   out of one's senses   --
8.385
SENSIBLE :   <horscr>   wise, sensible   --
10.163
SENT :   <grr (van)>   made, built; done; ready; sent; done for, finished off   --
4.8, 4.211, 4.240, 4.272, 6.1025, 6.211, 6.400
SEPARATE :   <skilja (, d)>   divide, separate; disband; understand, perceive   --
1.354, 1.414, 2.222, 2.420, 6.361, 6.852, 7.363
SERIOUS :   <geigr>   serious injury   --
4.348
SERVE :   <fylgja (g)>   belong to, attend to, accompany, serve, appertain to   --
2.17, 6.580
SET :   <brenna (d)>   (trans.) burn, light, set on fire   --
4.463, 8.514, 9.625, 9.627, 10.708
SET :   <reisa (t)>   raise, set up   --
10.737
SET :   <ra>   advise, counsel; discuss; plot; set, arrange; decide; govern; prevail; have to deal with; go, take one's way   --
3.189, 8.688
SET :   <setja>   set, place, put; seat; set up; establish; endow; direct; hurl; adorn   --
4.77, 6.51, 6.340, 6.390, 6.570, 6.588, 6.937, 7.701
SET :   <skipa (a)>   array, draw up; assign (a seat); put in order; set; occupy   --
6.1059, 6.836, 6.915, 6.949, 7.22
SETTLE :   <byggja (g)>   dwell, settle; build, inhabit   --
1.121, 1.247, 2.107, 2.123, 9.73
SETTLEMENT :   <byg>   dwelling, settlement   --
1.112
SEVEN :   <sjau>   seven   --
7.310
SEVENTY :   <sjau hundru ok rr tigir>   eight hundred seventy   --
1.192
SEVENTY :   <sjau tigir>   seventy   --
1.433
SEVERE :   <allharr>   severe, violent   --
3.405
SEVERE :   <fastr>   firm, fast; hard, severe; continuous   --
6.1279
SEVERE :   <harr>   hard, severe, sharp   --
6.600, 7.697
SEVERE :   <mikill>   great, large, big; severe   --
1.372, 2.61, 2.143, 3.22, 3.92, 3.220, 4.400, 6.88, 6.1026, 6.608, 6.998, 7.77, 7.112, 7.497, 10.181, 10.282, 10.310
SHADOW :   <grma>   mask; shadow of night   --
8.142
SHAGGY-BREECHES :   <lobrk>   shaggy-breeches   --
1.175
SHAKE :   <skjlfa>   shake, tremble   --
6.1356, 6.351
SHAKE :   <skjlfa>   shake, tremble   --
8.526
SHALL :   <Sculd>   (name of a norn); (name of a valkyrie); Shall   --
9.589
SHALL :   <skulu>   shall, must, ought   --
1.404, 1.482, 2.210, 3.318, 4.334, 4.449, 4.475, 5.19, 5.100, 5.217, 5.225, 5.240, 6.1066, 6.1361, 6.246, 6.266, 6.693, 6.697, 7.198, 7.308, 7.348, 7.368, 7.379, 7.631, 8.180, 8.322, 8.615, 8.845, 8.897, 9.273, 9.689, 9.694, 10.12, 10.15, 10.41, 10.51, 10.153, 10.233, 10.416, 10.567, 10.575, 10.640
SHAME :   <skmm>   shame   --
4.344, 6.719
SHAPE :   <manlkan>   human likeness or form, being in human shape   --
9.303
SHAPE :   <skapa (a)>   create; make, shape; determine   --
2.7
SHARE :   <mila (a)>   share out, distribute   --
2.215
SHARE :   <skipta (t)>   divide, share; exchange; decide   --
5.337
SHARP :   <harr>   hard, severe, sharp   --
6.600, 7.697
SHARP :   <hvass>   sharp; prickly   --
8.268, 8.295, 8.748
SHARPLY :   <hart>   hard; sharply   --
3.497, 8.153
SHE :   <viia>   'she who dwells in the wood', witch, giantess   --
9.54
SHEAR :   <skera>   shear, cut; cut through; cut open, pierce; make incisions, carve   --
9.586
SHEATH :   <hula>   cover, sheath   --
8.904
SHEATH :   <slrar, -ir>   (pl.) sheath, scabbard   --
6.1308
SHED :   <skli>   shed; hall, sleeping-hall   --
3.8, 3.38, 3.128, 3.139, 3.193, 3.394, 4.5, 4.37, 4.93
SHEEP :   <f>   cattle; sheep; money; possessions   --
2.134, 2.205, 6.1071, 6.1123, 10.775
SHELTER :   <hlf>   cover, shelter; shield   --
5.509, 8.695
SHELTER :   <hlfa ()>   shelter, protect   --
6.220
SHIELD :   <hlf>   cover, shelter; shield   --
5.509, 8.695
SHIELD :   <rnd>   rim; shield   --
8.297
SHIELD :   <skjldr>   shield   --
4.123, 7.663
SHIELD :   <rmr>   edge, rim (of a shield)   --
5.510
SHIELDS :   <skjaldborg>   wall of shields; protection   --
6.141, 6.156, 6.204, 6.260
SHINE :   <skna>   shine, gleam   --
7.585, 9.111
SHINING :   <hvtr>   white, shining   --
4.289
SHIP :   <eik>   oak; tree; ship   --
5.422
SHIP :   <gjlfrmarr>   steed of the sea, ship   --
8.870
SHIP :   <munknrr>   ship of the mind, mind   --
5.429
SHIP :   <skip>   ship, boat   --
7.593, 8.503
SHOAL :   <Minakseyrr>   Minthak's Shoal   --
1.264
SHOOT :   <fleygja (g)>   let something fly; shoot; hurl   --
9.706
SHOOT :   <skjta>   shoot, throw   --
4.198, 4.264, 4.337, 4.387, 7.88, 9.712
SHORE :   <munstrnd>   shore of the mind, breast, heart   --
5.415
SHORE :   <sandr>   sand; beach, shore   --
9.75, 10.616
SHORT :   <flokkr>   body of men; short lay   --
7.374
SHORT :   <ltill>   little, short   --
6.59, 7.546, 10.615, 10.617, 10.619
SHORT :   <skammr>   short   --
5.144
SHOULDER :   <bgr>   shoulder   --
6.1313
SHOULDERS :   <herar>   (pl.) shoulders   --
3.549, 8.711
SHOW :   <sna>   show   --
1.15
SHOW :   <sna (d)>   show; (mid.) appear to be, seem; exist   --
3.89
SHUTTER :   <speld>   shutter   --
4.23
SIDE :   <framan>   from the front side; forward   --
6.595, 7.13
SIDE :   <hj>   beside, at the side of; compared with; close by   --
4.17, 6.24, 6.343
SIDE :   <hnd>   hand, arm and hand; side, part   --
3.241, 3.297, 4.421, 6.84, 6.93, 8.730, 8.746, 9.134, 10.761
SIDELONG :   <augabrag>   wink, sidelong glance   --
10.133
SIDES :   <set>   seat; raised floor along the sides of a hall   --
3.187, 3.250, 3.354, 9.420
SIDES :   <styja (dd)>   support; provide with supports; use as a support; stab or pierce from all sides   --
9.619
SIGNIFY :   <sta (tt)>   amount to, signify   --
6.984
SIGURTHARSON :   <Sighurarsun>   Sigurtharson   --
7.7, 7.410
SILENCE :   <endraga>   silence in return, reciprocated silence   --
10.113
SILENCE :   <hlj>   silence, hearing   --
5.399, 5.457, 9.5, 10.197
SILENCE :   <gn>   silence   --
5.481
SILENT :   <hljr>   silent, quiet   --
6.1106
SILENT :   <egja (aga)>   be silent   --
6.1238, 6.568, 10.198, 10.822
SILENT :   <ruma ()>   stand motionless, hover; remain silent   --
10.361
SILENT :   <gull>   silent   --
10.165
SILVER :   <eyrir>   ounce of silver   --
1.408
SILVER :   <mrk>   mark (of silver)   --
1.486
SIMILAR :   <lkr, glkr>   like, similar to   --
8.649, 10.574
SINCE :   <san>   afterwards, since then   --
1.67, 1.283, 1.330, 4.139, 4.180, 6.5, 6.19, 6.34, 6.288, 6.322, 6.936, 8.580, 8.885
SINCE :   <vat>   since, because, for   --
10.16, 10.173, 10.256, 10.337
SINK :   <hnga>   sink; (ppart.) open   --
8.480
SINK :   <lgja ()>   lower; (impers.) sink   --
8.760
SIT :   <sitja>   sit; stay, remain; reside   --
4.146, 6.866, 10.23, 10.42, 10.142, 10.515
SITUATED :   <liggja>   be situated; lie (down); be slain   --
3.174, 3.185, 4.322, 4.435, 4.487, 5.497, 5.529, 6.92, 6.1247, 6.1344, 6.1353, 7.589, 8.617, 8.708
SIXTEEN :   <sextn>   sixteen   --
1.229
SKAFITH :   <Skfir>   Skafith   --
9.441
SKILFUL :   <hgr>   comfortable; suitable, expedient; docile, affable; skilful, agile   --
9.136
SKIRVIR :   <Skirvir>   Skirvir   --
9.439
SKULL :   <hauss>   skull   --
7.675
SKY :   <himiniourr>   rim of heaven, horizon or precinct of heaven, sky   --
9.138
SKY :   <himinn>   heaven, sky   --
2.8
SKY :   <lopt>   air, sky; upper room   --
2.233, 4.34, 9.751
SKY :   <uphiminn>   'upper heaven', the heavens or sky above   --
9.85
SLAIN :   <Valfr>   Valfothr, Father of the Slain, Odin   --
9.19
SLAIN :   <falla>   fall, fall down; flow; be slain   --
2.347, 2.365, 3.562, 4.181, 7.40, 9.554
SLAIN :   <liggja>   be situated; lie (down); be slain   --
3.174, 3.185, 4.322, 4.435, 4.487, 5.497, 5.529, 6.92, 6.1247, 6.1344, 6.1353, 7.589, 8.617, 8.708
SLAIN :   <valr>   the slain   --
5.495
SLAVE :   <rll>   thrall, slave   --
3.84, 3.329, 3.409, 3.500, 3.522
SLAY :   <drepa>   smite, strike; knock; kill, slay   --
1.177, 5.191, 5.349, 6.641, 6.649, 6.667, 6.696
SLAY :   <vega>   lift; smite, fight; kill, slay   --
5.490, 10.313, 10.701
SLAYER :   <banamar>   slayer   --
7.522
SLAYER :   <bani>   death; cause of death, slayer   --
6.1177, 6.605, 7.531, 7.538, 8.698, 8.713, 8.906, 10.755
SLEEP :   <sofa>   sleep   --
4.32
SLEEPING-HALL :   <skli>   shed; hall, sleeping-hall   --
3.8, 3.38, 3.128, 3.139, 3.193, 3.394, 4.5, 4.37, 4.93
SLIP :   <skreppa>   slip   --
4.118
SLOWLY :   <seint>   slowly; coldly   --
3.105
SMALL :   <smr>   small, little   --
6.493
SMILES :   <vihljandi>   one who laughs or smiles at one   --
10.500, 10.529
SMITE :   <berja (bari)>   smite, beat; (refl.) fight   --
6.707, 7.211, 7.369
SMITE :   <berja (bari, barir)>   smite, beat; (refl.) fight   --
3.40
SMITE :   <drepa>   smite, strike; knock; kill, slay   --
1.177, 5.191, 5.349, 6.641, 6.649, 6.667, 6.696
SMITE :   <fra ()>   bring, send; hurl, smite; move; present   --
3.379, 3.459
SMITE :   <sl>   smite, strike   --
6.606, 8.272, 8.353
SMITE :   <vega>   lift; smite, fight; kill, slay   --
5.490, 10.313, 10.701
SMOKE :   <Reykjarvk>   Bay of Smoke, Reykjavik   --
1.250
SMOKE :   <reykr>   smoke   --
8.237
SMOKE :   <rjka>   reek, smoke; go flying, tumble   --
3.542
SNATCH :   <kippa (, t)>   pull, jerk; snatch, pick up; rend   --
3.251, 6.928
SNORRI :   <Snorradttir>   daughter of Snorri   --
1.164
SNORTING :   <fnsun>   snorting, blowing out   --
8.166
SO :   <sv>   so, thus, in this way; also; as, as if   --
1.33, 1.427, 1.510, 2.142, 2.170, 2.219, 2.306, 2.352, 2.422, 3.42, 3.242, 3.278, 3.334, 3.418, 3.547, 3.564, 4.243, 4.499, 5.237, 5.417, 6.1057, 6.1204, 6.1303, 6.1316, 6.188, 6.210, 6.226, 6.240, 6.348, 6.449, 6.517, 6.576, 6.599, 6.767, 6.853, 7.445, 7.517, 7.614, 7.655, 7.699, 8.120, 8.337, 8.374, 8.427, 8.520, 8.610, 10.204, 10.329
SOARING :   <sveimun>   soaring, flitting   --
8.145
SOIL :   <jr>   earth, world; ground, soil   --
2.10, 2.235, 2.253, 2.282, 2.332, 2.339, 2.382, 2.400, 2.424, 5.285, 6.1327, 9.81, 9.309
SOIL :   <mold>   soil, earth (as substance)   --
2.395, 8.317, 8.723, 9.58
SOME :   <einnhverr>   a certain, some, any   --
4.65, 6.69, 6.931
SOME :   <forum>   formerly, some time ago   --
7.671, 9.45, 10.588
SOME :   <sumr>   some   --
2.55, 2.262, 4.221
SOMEONE :   <kisa>   choose, select; pick out something for someone, determine; acquire something for someone   --
9.597
SOMETHING :   <fleygja (g)>   let something fly; shoot; hurl   --
9.706
SOMETHING :   <gjalda>   repay, requite; pay compensation; give something as recompense for something; atone or pay for   --
9.692
SOMETHING :   <kisa>   choose, select; pick out something for someone, determine; acquire something for someone   --
9.597
SOMETIMES :   <stundum>   sometimes   --
1.468, 1.471
SON :   <Gellisson>   son of Gellir   --
1.157, 1.514
SON :   <Hlfdanarson>   son of Halfdan   --
1.130
SON :   <Ragnarsson>   son of Ragnar   --
1.174
SON :   <bndason>   son of a farmer, son of a yeoman   --
5.193
SON :   <mgr>   boy, son; (pl.) kindred   --
8.315, 9.14
SON :   <nir>   kinsman; son, scion   --
8.809, 8.881, 10.738, 10.740
SON :   <sonr>   son   --
1.150, 2.165, 8.314, 8.323, 8.577, 8.883, 8.945, 9.101, 10.336, 10.720
SONG :   <sp>   prophecy, song of fate   --
5.525
SOOTHSAYER :   <vlva>   seeress, prophetess, sorceress, soothsayer   --
9.650
SORCERESS :   <vlva>   seeress, prophetess, sorceress, soothsayer   --
9.650
SORCERY :   <sa>   practice sorcery; bewitch   --
9.655, 9.660
SORROW :   <harmr>   sorrow, grief   --
5.162
SOUND :   <heill>   sound, safe; in health   --
7.252, 8.431, 8.965, 10.35
SOUND :   <hlm>   crashing sound   --
5.507
SOUND :   <lta>   put, place; let, allow; concede, yield; leave, leave off; lose; cause to be done, command; behave (as if); declare; sound   --
1.176, 1.343, 3.148, 5.287, 5.367, 6.1161, 6.502, 6.648, 8.174, 8.428
SOUTH :   <Suri>   South   --
9.325
SOUTH :   <sunnan>   from the south   --
9.112, 9.131
SOUTHWARDS :   <ofan>   from above, down; southwards   --
3.61, 3.575, 4.127, 7.608
SOUTHWARDS :   <sur>   southwards   --
1.248
SPACE :   <ginnung>   mighty space, abyss, void   --
9.88
SPACE :   <rm>   room, space; seat; bed   --
6.327, 6.837, 6.906
SPAN :   <spenna (t)>   span, clasp   --
3.305
SPARE :   <spara (, a)>   spare; grudge, deny   --
6.889
SPEAK :   <mla (t)>   speak   --
4.154, 4.287, 4.320, 4.361, 4.462, 5.76, 5.383, 6.1053, 6.1096, 6.1359, 6.180, 6.256, 6.263, 6.539, 6.804, 6.830, 6.880, 7.49, 7.62, 7.109, 7.147, 7.182, 7.407, 7.435, 7.623, 8.327, 10.573
SPEAK :   <ra (dd)>   speak   --
6.733
SPEAK :   <segja>   say, speak; tell, tell of; relate   --
1.73, 1.217, 1.429, 1.511, 9.312
SPEAK :   <segja (saga)>   say, speak; tell, tell of; relate   --
2.164, 4.425, 4.478, 5.6, 5.179, 5.304, 6.1074, 6.1179, 6.130, 6.137, 6.152, 6.671, 6.691, 6.821, 6.840, 6.986, 7.294, 7.336, 7.354, 7.456, 7.471, 7.483, 7.550, 7.560, 8.52, 8.424, 8.513, 8.547, 8.643, 8.740, 8.865
SPEAK :   <tala (a)>   talk, speak; (recip.) discuss, converse   --
1.139, 8.182
SPEAKER :   <formlandi>   supporter, advocate, speaker on one's behalf   --
10.541
SPEAR :   <askr>   ash tree; spear; Ash   --
9.494, 9.538
SPEAR :   <atgeirr>   thrusting spear   --
4.106, 4.176
SPEAR :   <geirr>   spear; point of anvil   --
8.302, 8.658, 9.618
SPEAR :   <ksia>   a kind of halberd, long spear   --
7.702
SPECIFIED :   <standa>   stand (firm); get up; take up a position; be in a place; remain valid; be in a specified condition; trend, flow; weigh   --
3.509, 4.403, 6.1319, 7.20, 7.265, 7.554, 8.225, 8.469, 8.536, 9.541, 9.555, 9.580, 10.733
SPEECH :   <ml>   speech, tale; information; period of time   --
8.104, 8.198, 8.840, 9.402, 10.429
SPEECH :   <or>   word; speech, conversation   --
10.111
SPEECH :   <snjallr>   clever in speech, eloquent; brave   --
7.417
SPELL :   <spiall>   spell, words, tiding; (pl.) tale   --
9.23
SPELL :   <vgja ()>   hallow, consecrate; lay a spell on   --
8.609
SPIRIT :   <gandr>   magic staff or spirit   --
9.654
SPIRIT :   <hugr>   mind; thought; heart, spirit   --
8.203, 8.529, 8.777, 8.875, 10.572
SPIRIT :   <kapp>   contest, competition; spirit, ardour, courage   --
5.307
SPOIL :   <spilla (t)>   destroy, spoil   --
8.568, 8.856
SPOT :   <star>   place, spot, dwelling; part; way, respect   --
6.70, 6.932, 9.153, 10.289
SPRING :   <brunnr>   burn, spring, well   --
9.560
SPRING :   <hlaupa>   leap, spring, climb; mount; run   --
3.294, 3.495, 4.220
SPRING :   <spretta>   spring   --
2.289
SPURN :   <sporna (a)>   spurn, tread upon   --
3.487, 9.729
SPY :   <skoa (a)>   look, spy   --
10.11, 10.203
SPY :   <skyggna (d)>   peer, spy   --
10.14
STAB :   <styja (dd)>   support; provide with supports; use as a support; stab or pierce from all sides   --
9.619
STAFF :   <bagall>   episcopal staff, crozier   --
1.350
STAFF :   <gandr>   magic staff or spirit   --
9.654
STAFF-ELF :   <Gandlfr>   Gandalf, Staff-elf   --
9.349
STALL :   <stallr>   stall; perch (for hawks)   --
6.23
STALLION :   <hestr>   stallion, horse   --
6.20, 6.26, 7.10, 7.41, 7.91, 7.708
STAND :   <standa>   stand (firm); get up; take up a position; be in a place; remain valid; be in a specified condition; trend, flow; weigh   --
3.509, 4.403, 6.1319, 7.20, 7.265, 7.554, 8.225, 8.469, 8.536, 9.541, 9.555, 9.580, 10.733
STAND :   <ruma ()>   stand motionless, hover; remain silent   --
10.361
STANDING :   <framr>   facing forwards, standing in front; outstanding, excellent; (superl.) farthest back in time, earliest   --
9.27
STANZA :   <vsa>   verse, stanza   --
7.566, 7.635
STAR :   <stiarna>   star   --
9.147
STATEMENT :   <lknstafr>   favorable statement, esteem, warm regard   --
10.225
STAUNCH :   <harsninn>   wll-knitt, staunch   --
8.202
STAVE :   <sk>   block of wood; wooden tablet or stave; one of the boards forming a door frame   --
9.588
STAY :   <dveljask (dvalisk)>   stay; be delayed   --
6.858
STAY :   <sitja>   sit; stay, remain; reside   --
4.146, 6.866, 10.23, 10.42, 10.142, 10.515
STAY :   <vaka>   be awake, stay awake; watch   --
8.256, 8.258, 8.285, 8.387, 10.467
STAY :   <vera>   be; stay; be done; happen   --
1.71, 1.89, 1.94, 1.168, 1.191, 1.199, 1.216, 1.228, 1.259, 1.294, 1.311, 1.337, 1.357, 1.411, 1.428, 1.432, 1.449, 1.455, 2.24, 2.54, 2.88, 2.126, 2.212, 2.265, 2.278, 2.283, 2.307, 2.314, 2.330, 2.353, 2.378, 2.386, 2.398, 2.425, 2.439, 3.30, 3.59, 3.78, 3.164, 3.423, 3.432, 4.7, 4.61, 4.156, 4.178, 4.304, 4.328, 4.341, 4.412, 4.428, 4.446, 4.489, 4.504, 5.25, 5.85, 5.170, 5.262, 5.328, 5.335, 5.348, 5.359, 5.417, 6.39, 6.57, 6.94, 6.1042, 6.105, 6.1055, 6.1076, 6.1080, 6.1103, 6.116, 6.1205, 6.1278, 6.128, 6.154, 6.237, 6.301, 6.347, 6.389, 6.475, 6.516, 6.535, 6.635, 6.665, 6.669, 6.711, 6.773, 6.832, 6.845, 6.948, 6.957, 7.51, 7.72, 7.105, 7.116, 7.120, 7.125, 7.151, 7.155, 7.171, 7.230, 7.244, 7.248, 7.258, 7.318, 7.414, 7.423, 7.439, 7.444, 7.468, 7.478, 7.500, 7.521, 7.527, 7.548, 7.627, 7.700, 8.25, 8.58, 8.75, 8.79, 8.88, 8.143, 8.190, 8.311, 8.338, 8.382, 8.442, 8.457, 8.461, 8.481, 8.486, 8.493, 8.715, 8.775, 8.839, 8.871, 8.911, 8.914, 9.68, 9.74, 9.87, 9.117, 9.237, 9.238, 9.292, 9.403, 9.431, 9.664, 9.714, 9.721, 10.18, 10.37, 10.45, 10.64, 10.68, 10.77, 10.94, 10.122, 10.129, 10.156, 10.217, 10.227, 10.245, 10.280, 10.291, 10.308, 10.318, 10.328, 10.371, 10.392, 10.455, 10.476, 10.483, 10.486, 10.499, 10.528, 10.551, 10.561, 10.586, 10.605, 10.620, 10.629, 10.646, 10.648, 10.665, 10.683, 10.705, 10.709, 10.721, 10.724, 10.749, 10.753, 10.756, 10.799
STEAL :   <stela>   steal, rob   --
10.363
STEED :   <gjlfrmarr>   steed of the sea, ship   --
8.870
STEER :   <halda>   hold; hold fast, grip; keep; steer; protect; last, hold good, remain   --
3.272, 6.447
STEER :   <stra ()>   steer, direct; wield; own   --
6.1175
STEP :   <feta>   step; proceed in, begin to   --
5.479
STILL :   <enn>   still; also; yet; further; again; moreover; even   --
2.115, 4.265, 5.60, 6.239, 7.205, 9.89, 9.299, 9.634, 9.715, 10.552
STIR :   <braga (a)>   move, stir   --
6.1294
STIR :   <hrra ()>   move, stir   --
3.177
STIRRUP :   <stigrip>   stirrup   --
7.557
STOCK :   <tt>   direction, region; family, line; stock, tribe; ancestry   --
2.23, 2.112, 2.475, 8.564, 8.852, 9.756
STOMACH :   <magi>   stomach   --
10.430
STONE :   <bautarsteinn>   memorial stone   --
10.732
STONE :   <hrgr>   outdoor sanctuary, (stone) altar, temple   --
9.212
STONE :   <steinn>   stone, rock   --
2.403, 3.507, 9.115, 9.418
STONY :   <irovllr>   stony or gravelly field; Stonyvales   --
9.422
STONYVALES :   <irovllr>   stony or gravelly field; Stonyvales   --
9.422
STORM :   <hr>   while, time; storm, attack   --
4.246, 4.300, 6.60
STORM :   <malmhr>   storm of metal, battle   --
5.524
STORY :   <Konunga-vi>   Life (Story) of the Kings, Kings' Lives   --
1.52
STORY :   <saga>   story; history   --
1.201
STOUT :   <digr>   big, stout; thick; deep   --
1.476
STRAINED :   <unnr>   thin, stretched, strained   --
10.196
STRAITS :   <vanfarinn>   in evil straits   --
8.80
STRANGE :   <kunnr>   unknown, strange   --
10.288
STRANGELY :   <undarliga>   wondrously, strangely   --
3.94
STREAM :   <ausa>   ladle; pour; water; (mid.) stream, flow   --
9.546
STRENGTH :   <afl>   strength   --
3.447, 8.586, 8.938
STRENGTH :   <megin>   main, strength; supernatural strength   --
9.161
STRENGTH :   <orka>   strength, might   --
3.341
STRENGTHEN :   <festa (t)>   fasten; strengthen; learn by heart; bite, take effect on   --
7.618
STRETCH :   <rtta (tt)>   reach, stretch up or out; raise; put right   --
3.85, 3.107, 3.246
STRETCHED :   <unnr>   thin, stretched, strained   --
10.196
STRIKE :   <drepa>   smite, strike; knock; kill, slay   --
1.177, 5.191, 5.349, 6.641, 6.649, 6.667, 6.696
STRIKE :   <ljsta>   strike   --
6.536
STRIKE :   <nema>   take; take possession of; catch, strike against; amount to   --
1.388, 1.501, 3.550, 8.731, 8.747
STRIKE :   <sl>   smite, strike   --
6.606, 8.272, 8.353
STRIKE :   <taka>   take, take hold of; seize, capture; take to oneself, undertake; choose; accept, receive; begin (with infin.); reach, touch, strike against; happen, come to pass   --
4.255, 4.432, 6.1184, 6.1346, 6.285, 6.332, 6.408, 6.521, 6.575, 6.705, 7.269, 7.382, 7.511, 7.607, 8.907
STROKE :   <hgg>   stroke, blow   --
6.224, 6.229, 6.465
STRONG :   <sterkr>   strong   --
7.615
STRONG :   <flugr>   strong, powerful   --
9.483
STRONGLY :   <fast>   fast, strongly, hard; certainly   --
3.199, 3.221, 3.243, 3.279, 3.310, 3.335, 6.1290, 6.1317
STRUGGLE :   <f>   get, take; catch; have, make use of; put; give; receive; suffer; (with ppart.) be able to, get accomplished; (mid.) take place; struggle   --
3.435, 3.484, 4.347, 4.396, 5.23, 5.397, 6.1299, 6.259, 6.604, 6.828, 7.391, 8.113, 10.176
STUFF :   <skr>   cloth, stuff; mailcoat   --
7.590
SUBJECT :   <far>   track, subject; conduct, deeds; condition   --
1.47, 5.420
SUBSTANCE :   <mold>   soil, earth (as substance)   --
2.395, 8.317, 8.723, 9.58
SUBSTANTIAL :   <drjgr>   lasting, ample, substantial   --
10.788
SUCCESS :   <frami>   advancement, benefit, profit; luck; courage, ability; growth, success, fame   --
10.55
SUCCESSION :   <eptir>   after, behind; for, to obtain; along; according to; in succession to   --
1.194, 1.344, 2.64, 2.98, 3.192, 4.307, 6.1125, 6.1142, 6.1337, 6.335, 6.375, 6.661, 7.405, 10.728
SUCH :   <slkr>   such   --
5.167, 6.1217, 6.722, 8.167, 8.208, 10.290
SUCH :   <vlkr>   such   --
7.475
SUFFER :   <f>   get, take; catch; have, make use of; put; give; receive; suffer; (with ppart.) be able to, get accomplished; (mid.) take place; struggle   --
3.435, 3.484, 4.347, 4.396, 5.23, 5.397, 6.1299, 6.259, 6.604, 6.828, 7.391, 8.113, 10.176
SUFFICIENT :   <rinn>   sufficient, enough   --
3.157, 5.358, 6.402
SUITABLE :   <gegna (d)>   (dat.) be suitable for; mean, bode   --
2.251
SUITABLE :   <hgr>   comfortable; suitable, expedient; docile, affable; skilful, agile   --
9.136
SUMMON :   <bja>   offer, provide; command, summon   --
5.438, 6.1146, 6.808, 7.229, 7.246, 7.278, 7.492, 7.656, 8.102
SUN :   <rull>   sun   --
8.597
SUN :   <sl>   sun   --
9.110, 9.129, 9.139
SUNSET :   <slarsetr>   sunset   --
8.12
SUPERIOR :   <ofreflismar>   one's superior power   --
5.141
SUPERL. :   <framr>   facing forwards, standing in front; outstanding, excellent; (superl.) farthest back in time, earliest   --
9.27
SUPERNATURAL :   <megin>   main, strength; supernatural strength   --
9.161
SUPPLIES :   <vifng>   (pl.) supplies   --
4.443
SUPPORT :   <hjalmstallr>   the support of the helmet, i.e. the head   --
7.676
SUPPORT :   <styja (dd)>   support; provide with supports; use as a support; stab or pierce from all sides   --
9.619
SUPPORTER :   <formlandi>   supporter, advocate, speaker on one's behalf   --
10.541
SUPPORTS :   <styja (dd)>   support; provide with supports; use as a support; stab or pierce from all sides   --
9.619
SUPPOSE :   <geta>   get, obtain; engender; (with ppart.) be able to, get done; (with infin.) happen to (do); be obtainable; guess, suppose; relate, tell of   --
3.311, 3.388, 4.207, 4.236, 4.268, 5.483, 8.578, 10.109, 10.222, 10.670, 10.774
SURFACE :   <eybarmr>   surface of an island   --
8.489
SURFACE :   <grund>   ground, bottom; broad surface; surface of the earth, earth   --
9.118
SURGE :   <svargangr>   surge of sea; flood   --
2.78
SUSPICION :   <grunr>   suspicion   --
10.562
SVAFRLAMI :   <Svafrlami>   Svafrlami   --
8.271
SVIUR :   <Svurr>   Sviur   --
9.386
SWALLOW :   <gleypa (t)>   swallow   --
6.1225
SWEEP :   <svipan>   swing, sweep, blow   --
6.601
SWELL :   <svella>   swell, rise high   --
8.209
SWIFT :   <fljtr>   swift, fleeing   --
8.193, 8.929
SWIFTLY :   <frliga>   swiftly   --
8.82
SWING :   <fullr>   full; in full swing   --
8.375
SWING :   <svipan>   swing, sweep, blow   --
6.601
SWORD :   <Brimir>   sword; (name of a sword); (name of a giant)   --
9.278
SWORD :   <brega>   move quickly; throw; draw (sword)   --
6.1285, 6.1301
SWORD :   <hjrr>   sword   --
5.506, 8.727
SWORD :   <mkir>   sword   --
5.522, 8.269, 8.749
SWORD :   <sver>   sword   --
6.1277, 6.1291, 6.1305, 8.296, 8.350, 8.788, 8.814
TABLES :   <tefla (l)>   play at 'tables', play board games   --
9.233
TABLET :   <sk>   block of wood; wooden tablet or stave; one of the boards forming a door frame   --
9.588
TACKLE :   <reii>   trappings, harness; rigging, tackle   --
8.300
TAKE :   <eigna (a)>   take possession of   --
2.461
TAKE :   <festa (t)>   fasten; strengthen; learn by heart; bite, take effect on   --
7.618
TAKE :   <f>   get, take; catch; have, make use of; put; give; receive; suffer; (with ppart.) be able to, get accomplished; (mid.) take place; struggle   --
3.435, 3.484, 4.347, 4.396, 5.23, 5.397, 6.1299, 6.259, 6.604, 6.828, 7.391, 8.113, 10.176
TAKE :   <ganga>   go, walk; advance; take place; extend; go on, last; turn out   --
3.56, 3.67, 3.212, 3.355, 3.554, 4.90, 4.137, 5.197, 5.385, 6.33, 6.98, 6.1116, 6.1193, 6.1269, 6.1306, 6.323, 6.782, 6.902, 7.576, 8.31, 8.45, 8.227, 8.868, 9.171, 9.261, 9.677, 9.738, 10.8, 10.418, 10.729, 10.786
TAKE :   <nema>   take; take possession of; catch, strike against; amount to   --
1.388, 1.501, 3.550, 8.731, 8.747
TAKE :   <ra>   advise, counsel; discuss; plot; set, arrange; decide; govern; prevail; have to deal with; go, take one's way   --
3.189, 8.688
TAKE :   <standa>   stand (firm); get up; take up a position; be in a place; remain valid; be in a specified condition; trend, flow; weigh   --
3.509, 4.403, 6.1319, 7.20, 7.265, 7.554, 8.225, 8.469, 8.536, 9.541, 9.555, 9.580, 10.733
TAKE :   <taka>   take, take hold of; seize, capture; take to oneself, undertake; choose; accept, receive; begin (with infin.); reach, touch, strike against; happen, come to pass   --
4.255, 4.432, 6.1184, 6.1346, 6.285, 6.332, 6.408, 6.521, 6.575, 6.705, 7.269, 7.382, 7.511, 7.607, 8.907
TALE :   <ml>   speech, tale; information; period of time   --
8.104, 8.198, 8.840, 9.402, 10.429
TALE :   <spiall>   spell, words, tiding; (pl.) tale   --
9.23
TALK :   <tala (a)>   talk, speak; (recip.) discuss, converse   --
1.139, 8.182
TALL :   <hr>   tall, high; loud   --
2.286, 5.395, 6.177, 6.213, 6.284, 7.319, 7.664, 9.215, 9.544
TASTE :   <kenna (d)>   know; perceive; taste; feel; recognize; name, tell; teach   --
7.73, 7.102, 8.61, 10.138
TAX :   <gjald>   payment; tax   --
1.451, 8.106, 10.576
TAX :   <landaurar>   land-dues; a tax paid by Icelanders to the king upon arrival in Norway   --
1.457
TEACH :   <kenna (d)>   know; perceive; taste; feel; recognize; name, tell; teach   --
7.73, 7.102, 8.61, 10.138
TEIT :   <Teitr>   Teit   --
1.141
TELL :   <geta>   get, obtain; engender; (with ppart.) be able to, get done; (with infin.) happen to (do); be obtainable; guess, suppose; relate, tell of   --
3.311, 3.388, 4.207, 4.236, 4.268, 5.483, 8.578, 10.109, 10.222, 10.670, 10.774
TELL :   <kenna (d)>   know; perceive; taste; feel; recognize; name, tell; teach   --
7.73, 7.102, 8.61, 10.138
TELL :   <segja>   say, speak; tell, tell of; relate   --
1.73, 1.217, 1.429, 1.511, 9.312
TELL :   <segja (saga)>   say, speak; tell, tell of; relate   --
2.164, 4.425, 4.478, 5.6, 5.179, 5.304, 6.1074, 6.1179, 6.130, 6.137, 6.152, 6.671, 6.691, 6.821, 6.840, 6.986, 7.294, 7.336, 7.354, 7.456, 7.471, 7.483, 7.550, 7.560, 8.52, 8.424, 8.513, 8.547, 8.643, 8.740, 8.865
TEMPLE :   <hof>   farm, farmstead; temple   --
9.214
TEMPLE :   <hrgr>   outdoor sanctuary, (stone) altar, temple   --
9.212
TEND :   <gta (tt)>   attend to, tend, guard, watch over; keep watch   --
9.181, 9.271, 9.687, 9.748
TENT :   <tjald>   tent, canopy; pavilion   --
8.598
TERMS :   <kostr>   choice, alternative; offer; chance, opportunity; money available; match, marriage; condition, quality; terms   --
7.272, 7.510
TERRIBLE :   <atall>   fierce, terrible   --
8.492
TERRIBLE :   <mttr>   terrible, loathsome   --
8.90
TERRIBLE :   <gurligr>   terrible   --
6.1000
TERRIBLY :   <furuliga>   terribly   --
2.440
TEST :   <freista (st)>   try, make trial of; put to the test   --
10.54
THAN :   <en>   but, and; than   --
1.29, 1.76, 1.86, 1.189, 1.232, 1.271, 1.327, 1.367, 1.426, 1.465, 1.470, 2.46, 2.60, 2.137, 2.160, 2.198, 2.302, 3.328, 3.377, 3.386, 3.417, 3.571, 4.75, 4.171, 5.88, 5.125, 5.142, 5.209, 5.277, 5.286, 5.346, 5.357, 5.411, 5.491, 6.1033, 6.1122, 6.197, 6.235, 6.345, 6.357, 6.445, 6.716, 6.799, 6.863, 6.887, 6.910, 6.946, 7.209, 7.234, 7.242, 7.273, 7.320, 7.350, 7.377, 7.488, 7.514, 7.525, 7.535, 8.201, 8.822, 10.179, 10.201, 10.279, 10.307, 10.317, 10.422, 10.681, 10.707, 10.782
THAT :   <at>   that   --
1.355, 1.401, 1.430, 1.479, 2.118, 2.147, 2.172, 2.220, 2.252, 2.281, 2.312, 2.333, 2.358, 2.423, 2.437, 3.43, 3.83, 3.154, 3.182, 3.244, 3.316, 3.336, 3.408, 3.430, 3.482, 3.493, 3.548, 4.64, 4.96, 4.175, 4.366, 4.410, 4.481, 4.484, 5.17, 5.37, 5.83, 5.135, 5.149, 5.189, 5.222, 5.230, 5.238, 5.460, 6.83, 6.1041, 6.1101, 6.1180, 6.1276, 6.1304, 6.1318, 6.217, 6.227, 6.350, 6.362, 6.387, 6.427, 6.450, 6.459, 6.519, 6.602, 6.632, 6.695, 6.748, 6.768, 6.988, 7.123, 7.196, 7.339, 7.346, 7.355, 7.450, 7.508, 7.519, 7.562, 7.616, 8.48, 8.120, 8.168, 8.520, 8.530, 8.613, 8.725, 9.17, 10.395, 10.453, 10.505, 10.538, 10.723
THAT :   <hinn>   this one; that; the   --
2.379, 4.172, 6.27, 6.1082, 6.917, 6.959, 7.76, 7.83, 7.119, 7.416, 10.216, 10.446, 10.502
THAT :   <sem>   as; as if, that; while; when; where   --
1.265, 2.116, 3.309, 3.363, 3.383, 3.420, 3.496, 4.502, 5.63, 5.168, 5.365, 6.54, 6.1040, 6.1060, 6.1127, 6.1144, 6.1218, 6.1342, 6.1351, 6.189, 6.242, 6.299, 6.328, 6.473, 6.503, 6.532, 6.591, 6.826, 6.907, 6.916, 6.972, 7.238, 7.316, 7.352, 8.83, 8.236, 8.343, 8.434, 8.458, 9.310, 10.331, 10.485
THAT :   <s>   that   --
1.18, 1.31, 1.63, 1.98, 1.134, 1.144, 1.190, 1.292, 1.352, 1.379, 1.413, 1.452, 2.13, 2.16, 2.32, 2.73, 2.84, 2.104, 2.111, 2.127, 2.146, 2.183, 2.202, 2.229, 2.243, 2.249, 2.277, 2.331, 2.348, 2.359, 2.377, 2.394, 2.434, 2.463, 2.467, 3.55, 3.153, 3.213, 3.293, 3.362, 3.407, 3.440, 3.535, 4.76, 4.141, 4.170, 4.202, 4.233, 4.308, 4.329, 4.331, 4.336, 4.339, 4.342, 4.343, 4.365, 4.369, 4.389, 4.474, 4.496, 5.15, 5.26, 5.56, 5.81, 5.134, 5.146, 5.156, 5.195, 5.219, 5.229, 5.259, 5.334, 5.456, 5.460, 5.476, 5.526, 6.1008, 6.1020, 6.1029, 6.1039, 6.1075, 6.1081, 6.1126, 6.1143, 6.1169, 6.1213, 6.1273, 6.1286, 6.1338, 6.326, 6.376, 6.396, 6.397, 6.426, 6.433, 6.458, 6.466, 6.590, 6.647, 6.668, 6.672, 6.692, 6.714, 6.823, 6.905, 6.914, 6.938, 6.947, 6.958, 7.23, 7.68, 7.75, 7.79, 7.100, 7.104, 7.172, 7.195, 7.251, 7.314, 7.345, 7.351, 7.469, 7.487, 7.509, 7.559, 7.705, 8.48, 8.73, 8.135, 8.270, 8.352, 8.555, 8.579, 8.587, 8.592, 8.692, 8.726, 8.879, 8.914, 8.944, 9.25, 9.43, 9.70, 9.105, 9.140, 9.148, 9.152, 9.156, 9.180, 9.210, 9.239, 9.270, 9.302, 9.413, 9.460, 9.481, 9.506, 9.510, 9.551, 9.575, 9.592, 9.595, 9.609, 9.686, 9.713, 9.747, 10.47, 10.66, 10.80, 10.96, 10.124, 10.135, 10.229, 10.244, 10.286, 10.357, 10.366, 10.391, 10.411, 10.414, 10.532, 10.550, 10.554, 10.569, 10.623, 10.647, 10.798, 10.809
THAT :   <ar>   there, in that place   --
1.37, 1.258, 1.272, 1.466, 2.290, 2.295, 4.21, 4.143, 4.323, 4.423, 5.518, 6.40, 6.58, 6.91, 6.104, 6.1246, 6.300, 6.339, 6.579, 6.940, 6.992, 7.87, 7.193, 7.297, 7.422, 7.667, 8.238, 9.291, 9.430
THATCH :   <ekja>   thatch, roof   --
3.560, 4.129, 4.437
THE :   <inn>   the   --
1.45, 1.128, 1.131, 1.179, 1.226, 1.381, 1.475, 2.53, 2.66, 2.76, 2.82, 2.87, 2.106, 2.124, 2.130, 2.180, 2.214, 2.218, 2.233, 2.235, 2.253, 2.255, 2.257, 2.259, 2.282, 2.339, 2.400, 2.424, 3.8, 3.10, 3.35, 3.38, 3.41, 3.63, 3.80, 3.84, 3.87, 3.114, 3.119, 3.128, 3.131, 3.134, 3.139, 3.187, 3.193, 3.197, 3.210, 3.225, 3.250, 3.255, 3.269, 3.308, 3.329, 3.354, 3.358, 3.394, 3.409, 3.416, 3.460, 3.470, 3.492, 3.500, 3.511, 3.522, 3.546, 3.549, 3.551, 3.553, 3.558, 3.560, 3.570, 4.18, 4.37, 4.80, 4.93, 4.101, 4.106, 4.119, 4.123, 4.129, 4.148, 4.196, 4.223, 4.234, 4.301, 4.326, 4.385, 4.437, 5.392, 6.37, 6.67, 6.93, 6.1005, 6.1056, 6.107, 6.1072, 6.1121, 6.1159, 6.1197, 6.1211, 6.1223, 6.1236, 6.1244, 6.1272, 6.1277, 6.1281, 6.1291, 6.1296, 6.1302, 6.1305, 6.1308, 6.1314, 6.1321, 6.1325, 6.1352, 6.1364, 6.166, 6.260, 6.294, 6.382, 6.496, 6.573, 6.578, 6.581, 6.586, 6.611, 6.631, 6.638, 6.643, 6.650, 6.663, 6.698, 6.945, 7.19, 7.41, 7.45, 7.91, 7.149, 7.184, 7.228, 7.237, 7.293, 7.332, 7.412, 7.421, 7.472, 7.702, 7.708, 8.221, 8.229, 8.235, 8.245, 8.466, 8.792, 8.942, 9.135, 9.590, 9.695, 10.189, 10.388, 10.807
THEKK :   <eccr>   Thekk, Known   --
9.352
THEM-SELVES :   <sik>   him-, her-, it-self; them-selves; one-self   --
3.152, 3.178, 3.258, 3.465, 3.533, 5.40, 5.54, 6.1165, 6.1174, 6.336, 6.344, 6.367, 6.401, 6.755, 7.89, 7.218, 8.948, 10.108, 10.220, 10.497, 10.526
THEMSELVES :   <sjlfr>   self; him-, her-, it-self; themselves   --
10.248
THEN :   <san>   afterwards, since then   --
1.67, 1.283, 1.330, 4.139, 4.180, 6.5, 6.19, 6.34, 6.288, 6.322, 6.936, 8.580, 8.885
THEN :   <>   then   --
1.40, 1.93, 1.310, 1.368, 1.396, 2.51, 2.119, 2.125, 2.163, 2.383, 2.390, 3.31, 3.58, 3.352, 3.356, 3.404, 3.427, 3.526, 4.194, 4.219, 4.286, 4.299, 5.5, 5.24, 5.59, 5.108, 5.216, 5.253, 5.303, 5.384, 5.520, 6.1095, 6.115, 6.1293, 6.1324, 6.176, 6.420, 6.529, 6.531, 6.607, 6.674, 7.26, 7.61, 7.108, 7.146, 7.181, 7.226, 7.231, 7.247, 7.261, 7.291, 7.330, 7.373, 7.406, 7.419, 7.434, 7.503, 7.622, 7.639, 8.191, 8.246, 8.367, 8.456, 8.470, 8.544, 9.116, 9.170, 9.260, 9.676, 9.737, 10.161, 10.419, 10.475, 10.531, 10.593, 10.800, 10.816
THENCE :   <aan>   thence   --
1.221, 1.416, 4.226, 5.66, 9.548, 9.568
THERE :   <ar>   there, in that place   --
1.37, 1.258, 1.272, 1.466, 2.290, 2.295, 4.21, 4.143, 4.323, 4.423, 5.518, 6.40, 6.58, 6.91, 6.104, 6.1246, 6.300, 6.339, 6.579, 6.940, 6.992, 7.87, 7.193, 7.297, 7.422, 7.667, 8.238, 9.291, 9.430
THICK :   <digr>   big, stout; thick; deep   --
1.476
THIN :   <unnr>   thin, stretched, strained   --
10.196
THINE :   <inn>   thy, thine, of you   --
5.345, 6.155, 8.446, 8.504, 8.565, 8.853
THING :   <hlutr>   part, piece, thing   --
2.14, 2.225, 2.263, 5.428
THING :   <hnoss>   costly thing, ornament   --
8.117
THING :   <strmerki>   notable thing; mystery, sacrament   --
2.169
THINK :   <hugsa (a)>   consider, think over; determine   --
2.244
THINK :   <hyggja (hugi, hugar)>   think, believe   --
5.471, 6.746, 10.472, 10.496, 10.525
THINK :   <tla (a)>   think, consider (to be); expect, look for; intend (to do)   --
3.314, 3.410, 4.225, 6.1062, 6.244, 6.554
THIRD :   <rii>   third   --
2.380, 3.234, 4.302, 9.591
THIRD :   <riiungr>   third part   --
7.214
THIRD :   <rijungr>   third part   --
3.15
THIS :   <hann>   this one   --
1.140, 1.202, 1.246, 1.266, 1.278, 1.315, 1.328, 1.334, 1.356, 1.385, 1.398, 1.400, 1.446, 1.497, 1.500, 2.148, 2.166, 2.173, 2.209, 2.216, 2.221, 2.245, 2.385, 2.405, 2.421, 2.436, 2.438, 2.455, 2.460, 2.470, 2.471, 2.478, 3.90, 3.110, 3.115, 3.155, 3.160, 3.237, 3.245, 3.271, 3.283, 3.298, 3.302, 3.307, 3.312, 3.315, 3.337, 3.384, 3.391, 3.403, 3.413, 3.437, 3.442, 3.463, 3.467, 3.483, 3.489, 3.494, 3.524, 3.563, 3.574, 4.42, 4.51, 4.55, 4.108, 4.126, 4.138, 4.145, 4.152, 4.177, 4.182, 4.192, 4.208, 4.237, 4.254, 4.269, 4.298, 4.310, 4.346, 4.360, 4.371, 4.397, 4.401, 4.408, 4.411, 4.465, 5.30, 5.38, 5.43, 5.110, 5.136, 5.190, 5.201, 5.211, 5.221, 5.347, 5.370, 5.388, 5.459, 6.12, 6.50, 6.55, 6.62, 6.1160, 6.1168, 6.117, 6.1173, 6.1192, 6.1203, 6.1206, 6.1210, 6.1219, 6.1226, 6.1237, 6.1241, 6.1248, 6.1256, 6.1275, 6.1283, 6.1300, 6.1340, 6.160, 6.163, 6.212, 6.218, 6.238, 6.245, 6.281, 6.286, 6.291, 6.312, 6.329, 6.341, 6.346, 6.353, 6.360, 6.422, 6.428, 6.435, 6.448, 6.451, 6.460, 6.468, 6.474, 6.504, 6.520, 6.528, 6.533, 6.567, 6.569, 6.597, 6.603, 6.628, 6.644, 6.764, 6.772, 6.787, 6.791, 6.825, 6.827, 6.838, 6.885, 6.893, 6.908, 6.913, 6.927, 6.963, 6.985, 6.987, 7.28, 7.43, 7.71, 7.117, 7.156, 7.168, 7.178, 7.207, 7.296, 7.301, 7.303, 7.307, 7.317, 7.340, 7.365, 7.367, 7.376, 7.443, 7.489, 7.537, 7.605, 7.606, 7.612, 7.621, 8.218, 8.234, 8.241, 8.248, 8.404, 8.422, 8.512, 8.531, 8.606, 8.642, 8.677, 8.716, 8.739, 8.772, 8.803, 8.833, 8.864, 8.894, 8.957, 9.144, 9.160, 9.611, 9.624, 9.633, 9.644, 9.653, 9.656, 9.658, 9.661, 9.665, 10.314, 10.362, 10.447, 10.450, 10.454, 10.503, 10.506, 10.508, 10.512, 10.539, 10.564, 10.780, 10.787, 10.818, 10.821
THIS :   <hinn>   this one; that; the   --
2.379, 4.172, 6.27, 6.1082, 6.917, 6.959, 7.76, 7.83, 7.119, 7.416, 10.216, 10.446, 10.502
THIS :   <sj>   this   --
1.43, 1.75, 1.78, 1.92, 2.419, 3.520, 5.116, 5.215, 5.223, 5.311, 5.382, 6.187, 6.308, 6.363, 6.405, 6.507, 6.553, 6.621, 6.735, 6.741, 6.749, 6.864, 6.983, 7.38, 7.243, 7.271, 7.415, 7.441, 7.453, 7.480, 7.549, 7.567, 7.626, 7.640, 8.200, 8.558, 8.683, 8.846, 10.43
THIS :   <sv>   so, thus, in this way; also; as, as if   --
1.33, 1.427, 1.510, 2.142, 2.170, 2.219, 2.306, 2.352, 2.422, 3.42, 3.242, 3.278, 3.334, 3.418, 3.547, 3.564, 4.243, 4.499, 5.237, 5.417, 6.1057, 6.1204, 6.1303, 6.1316, 6.188, 6.210, 6.226, 6.240, 6.348, 6.449, 6.517, 6.576, 6.599, 6.767, 6.853, 7.445, 7.517, 7.614, 7.655, 7.699, 8.120, 8.337, 8.374, 8.427, 8.520, 8.610, 10.204, 10.329
THITHER :   <angat>   thither   --
4.231, 6.80, 6.99, 6.1341, 6.1350, 6.470
THORGRIM :   <orgrmr>   Thorgrim   --
4.88, 4.117, 4.166
THORIN :   <orinn>   Thorin   --
9.354
THORITH :   <rr>   Thorith   --
1.163
THORKEL :   <orkell>   Thorkel   --
1.154, 1.512
THORLAK :   <orlkr>   Thorlak   --
1.11
THOU :   <>   thou, you   --
4.169, 4.363, 4.367, 4.490, 4.503, 5.9, 5.12, 5.84, 5.276, 5.278, 5.309, 5.331, 5.339, 6.135, 6.198, 6.225, 6.548, 6.700, 6.717, 6.739, 6.757, 6.798, 6.860, 7.74, 7.177, 7.188, 7.190, 7.197, 7.210, 7.213, 7.276, 7.484, 8.52, 8.79, 8.103, 8.259, 8.265, 8.286, 8.339, 8.344, 8.378, 8.424, 8.430, 8.435, 8.440, 8.498, 8.515, 8.548, 8.550, 8.576, 8.614, 8.624, 8.632, 8.645, 8.651, 8.689, 8.780, 8.807, 8.811, 8.837, 8.896, 8.902, 8.931, 8.960, 9.16, 10.556, 10.560, 10.567, 10.803
THOUGH :   <ok>   and, also; but, though   --
1.12, 1.14, 1.19, 1.51, 1.60, 1.69, 1.138, 1.153, 1.162, 1.170, 1.301, 1.342, 1.347, 1.349, 1.415, 1.436, 1.492, 2.9, 2.11, 2.18, 2.28, 2.30, 2.34, 2.57, 2.67, 2.71, 2.79, 2.108, 2.113, 2.122, 2.135, 2.141, 2.177, 2.206, 2.217, 2.226, 2.234, 2.246, 2.254, 2.256, 2.264, 2.288, 2.293, 2.308, 2.310, 2.319, 2.341, 2.343, 2.350, 2.354, 2.356, 2.362, 2.364, 2.388, 2.402, 2.408, 2.427, 2.433, 2.444, 2.459, 2.473, 3.11, 3.36, 3.39, 3.64, 3.75, 3.88, 3.93, 3.106, 3.129, 3.135, 3.176, 3.188, 3.194, 3.211, 3.222, 3.274, 3.291, 3.299, 3.304, 3.313, 3.359, 3.439, 3.461, 3.478, 3.501, 3.534, 3.541, 3.552, 3.559, 3.566, 4.12, 4.15, 4.19, 4.38, 4.40, 4.62, 4.70, 4.102, 4.120, 4.124, 4.153, 4.203, 4.206, 4.224, 4.235, 4.241, 4.257, 4.267, 4.273, 4.303, 4.327, 4.333, 4.340, 4.386, 4.390, 4.395, 4.406, 4.427, 4.431, 4.438, 4.448, 5.11, 5.32, 5.52, 5.158, 5.268, 5.378, 5.389, 5.393, 5.396, 6.29, 6.38, 6.53, 6.81, 6.1001, 6.1006, 6.101, 6.1024, 6.1070, 6.1105, 6.1109, 6.1166, 6.1171, 6.119, 6.1198, 6.1212, 6.1221, 6.1239, 6.1245, 6.1249, 6.1292, 6.1297, 6.1309, 6.1315, 6.1322, 6.1348, 6.161, 6.179, 6.206, 6.264, 6.289, 6.295, 6.304, 6.310, 6.333, 6.338, 6.355, 6.378, 6.383, 6.394, 6.439, 6.489, 6.499, 6.526, 6.530, 6.537, 6.551, 6.574, 6.587, 6.593, 6.626, 6.639, 6.645, 6.737, 6.745, 6.762, 6.785, 6.835, 6.848, 6.857, 6.935, 6.942, 6.956, 6.971, 6.999, 7.16, 7.21, 7.36, 7.44, 7.48, 7.82, 7.114, 7.118, 7.143, 7.192, 7.201, 7.204, 7.236, 7.241, 7.253, 7.260, 7.313, 7.335, 7.362, 7.371, 7.477, 7.496, 7.499, 7.553, 7.613, 7.630, 7.637, 7.674, 7.692, 7.698, 7.703, 8.150, 8.222, 8.226, 8.230, 8.292, 8.298, 8.384, 8.584, 8.659, 8.664, 8.744, 8.899, 8.939, 9.12, 9.178, 9.183, 9.190, 9.194, 9.213, 9.223, 9.268, 9.280, 9.321, 9.324, 9.327, 9.336, 9.348, 9.353, 9.357, 9.360, 9.367, 9.390, 9.433, 9.451, 9.455, 9.458, 9.484, 9.495, 9.528, 9.620, 9.684, 9.708, 9.745, 10.70, 10.75, 10.102, 10.112, 10.139, 10.164, 10.224, 10.252, 10.417, 10.440, 10.471, 10.559, 10.570, 10.667, 10.702, 10.813
THOUGHT :   <hugr>   mind; thought; heart, spirit   --
8.203, 8.529, 8.777, 8.875, 10.572
THOUGHT :   <hyggiandi>   thought, intellect, mind   --
10.151
THOUGHT :   <ykkja (tti)>   seem, be thought   --
1.386, 3.156, 5.227, 6.359, 6.395, 6.461, 6.527, 6.951, 8.133, 8.680, 8.818, 8.972, 10.285, 10.599
THRAIN :   <rinn>   Thrain   --
9.351
THRALL :   <rll>   thrall, slave   --
3.84, 3.329, 3.409, 3.500, 3.522
THREE :   <rr>   three   --
6.933, 9.245, 9.478, 9.573
THRICE :   <rysvar>   thrice   --
9.626, 9.628
THRIVE :   <rask (a)>   thrive, grow (big), increase   --
10.781
THRONG :   <drfa>   drive; crowd, throng; rush   --
6.379
THROR :   <rr>   Thror   --
9.355
THROUGH :   <of>   over; across, through; around, about; concerning; because of; for   --
1.44, 5.409, 5.419, 5.443, 5.462, 5.482, 5.486, 5.496, 5.513, 5.528, 8.169, 8.652, 10.397, 10.553, 10.726
THROUGH :   <skera>   shear, cut; cut through; cut open, pierce; make incisions, carve   --
9.586
THROUGH :   <um>   over, across; through, throughout; round, about; concerning   --
2.36, 2.179, 3.9, 3.158, 3.163, 3.301, 4.245, 5.34, 5.258, 6.1139, 6.1158, 6.194, 6.494, 6.681, 6.734, 7.370, 8.206, 8.465, 8.495, 9.28, 9.41, 9.103, 9.137, 9.179, 9.186, 9.269, 9.295, 9.305, 9.370, 9.685, 9.711, 9.746, 10.10, 10.13, 10.53, 10.83, 10.105, 10.221, 10.249, 10.428, 10.468, 10.507, 10.571
THROUGH :   <vaa>   wade through, pass through   --
8.233
THROUGHOUT :   <um>   over, across; through, throughout; round, about; concerning   --
2.36, 2.179, 3.9, 3.158, 3.163, 3.301, 4.245, 5.34, 5.258, 6.1139, 6.1158, 6.194, 6.494, 6.681, 6.734, 7.370, 8.206, 8.465, 8.495, 9.28, 9.41, 9.103, 9.137, 9.179, 9.186, 9.269, 9.295, 9.305, 9.370, 9.685, 9.711, 9.746, 10.10, 10.13, 10.53, 10.83, 10.105, 10.221, 10.249, 10.428, 10.468, 10.507, 10.571
THROW :   <brega>   move quickly; throw; draw (sword)   --
6.1285, 6.1301
THROW :   <kasta (a)>   cast, throw   --
6.1240, 6.490, 6.592
THROW :   <leggja>   lay, place, put; put down, lay down; move, bring; thrust, throw; make; give   --
1.279, 3.130, 3.330, 4.103, 4.493, 5.266, 5.282, 5.308, 5.342, 6.1310, 9.218, 9.594
THROW :   <rta (a)>   throw into disorder, upset   --
6.201
THROW :   <skjta>   shoot, throw   --
4.198, 4.264, 4.337, 4.387, 7.88, 9.712
THROW :   <verpa>   throw, cast   --
9.130
THROWN :   <undan>   from under; away; (thrown) down   --
3.353
THRUST :   <leggja>   lay, place, put; put down, lay down; move, bring; thrust, throw; make; give   --
1.279, 3.130, 3.330, 4.103, 4.493, 5.266, 5.282, 5.308, 5.342, 6.1310, 9.218, 9.594
THRUSTING :   <atgeirr>   thrusting spear   --
4.106, 4.176
THUNDEROUS :   <duna>   thunderous noise   --
3.21
THUS :   <sv>   so, thus, in this way; also; as, as if   --
1.33, 1.427, 1.510, 2.142, 2.170, 2.219, 2.306, 2.352, 2.422, 3.42, 3.242, 3.278, 3.334, 3.418, 3.547, 3.564, 4.243, 4.499, 5.237, 5.417, 6.1057, 6.1204, 6.1303, 6.1316, 6.188, 6.210, 6.226, 6.240, 6.348, 6.449, 6.517, 6.576, 6.599, 6.767, 6.853, 7.445, 7.517, 7.614, 7.655, 7.699, 8.120, 8.337, 8.374, 8.427, 8.520, 8.610, 10.204, 10.329
THY :   <inn>   thy, thine, of you   --
5.345, 6.155, 8.446, 8.504, 8.565, 8.853
TIDING :   <spiall>   spell, words, tiding; (pl.) tale   --
9.23
TIDINGS :   <duaror>   tidings of death   --
7.457
TIDINGS :   <tendi>   (pl.) events; tidings, news   --
5.224
TIE :   <sna>   plait, tie, twist; turn   --
2.63, 3.127, 4.20
TIMBER :   <timbra (a)>   timber, build, construct   --
9.216
TIME :   <aldartal>   count of time, age   --
2.443
TIME :   <forum>   formerly, some time ago   --
7.671, 9.45, 10.588
TIME :   <framr>   facing forwards, standing in front; outstanding, excellent; (superl.) farthest back in time, earliest   --
9.27
TIME :   <hr>   while, time; storm, attack   --
4.246, 4.300, 6.60
TIME :   <jafnsnimma>   at the same time   --
5.239
TIME :   <lengi>   long; far; for a long time   --
2.297, 3.57, 4.306, 6.234, 6.261, 7.315, 8.901
TIME :   <ml>   speech, tale; information; period of time   --
8.104, 8.198, 8.840, 9.402, 10.429
TIME :   <sinn>   time   --
3.219, 3.235, 4.262, 4.278
TIME :   <sinn(i)>   time, occasion   --
1.235
TIME :   <stund>   period of time; hour; time   --
2.50, 5.117
TIME :   <til>   in; of, concerning; on; as, for, to obtain; until, to, up to the time   --
1.222, 1.378, 2.300, 2.315, 2.477, 3.65, 3.151, 4.338, 4.388, 4.494, 5.112, 5.155, 5.327, 5.361, 6.10, 6.14, 6.100, 6.1176, 6.1183, 6.1326, 6.159, 6.296, 6.325, 6.407, 6.497, 6.541, 6.556, 6.637, 6.765, 6.822, 6.904, 7.342, 7.411, 8.34, 8.47, 8.194, 8.228, 8.239, 8.502, 8.551, 8.682, 8.869, 9.410, 9.421, 9.647, 10.98, 10.168, 10.193, 10.344
TIME :   <t>   time   --
1.135, 1.293
TIME :   <undorn>   the time before or after the midday meal   --
9.193
TIMIDLY :   <framliga>   timidly   --
6.121
TIRED :   <mr>   tired   --
10.477
TOFA :   <Tfa>   Tofa   --
8.264
TOGETHER :   <saman>   together   --
4.405, 8.27, 8.140, 10.592
TOGETHER :   <vi>   reaching to, against, with; towards, at; in exchange for; by; (together) with, close to; because of   --
1.38, 1.339, 2.211, 3.118, 3.282, 3.320, 3.380, 3.424, 3.436, 3.486, 3.519, 3.528, 4.100, 4.151, 4.305, 4.488, 5.362, 5.369, 5.424, 5.508, 6.1120, 6.178, 6.222, 6.571, 6.577, 6.892, 6.954, 7.66, 7.364, 7.707, 8.11, 8.165, 8.181, 8.325, 8.522, 10.228, 10.568
TOLL :   <afr>   payment, tribute; heavy penalty or toll   --
9.691
TONG :   <tng>   tong   --
9.221
TONGUE :   <tunga>   tongue   --
10.752
TOO :   <oflngi>   too long   --
7.438
TOO :   <til>   too, very   --
10.644
TOOL :   <tl>   tool   --
9.224
TOOTH :   <tnn>   tooth   --
2.407
TOP :   <fjalltindr>   mountain top   --
2.287
TORN :   <slitri>   rag, torn piece   --
3.269
TOSTI :   <Tsti>   Tosti   --
7.152, 7.356
TOUCH :   <taka>   take, take hold of; seize, capture; take to oneself, undertake; choose; accept, receive; begin (with infin.); reach, touch, strike against; happen, come to pass   --
4.255, 4.432, 6.1184, 6.1346, 6.285, 6.332, 6.408, 6.521, 6.575, 6.705, 7.269, 7.382, 7.511, 7.607, 8.907
TOWARDS :   <at>   to, towards, against; at, in; from; according to; regarding; concerning; after   --
1.34, 1.96, 1.136, 1.218, 1.351, 1.450, 2.268, 2.298, 2.442, 3.16, 3.331, 3.411, 3.421, 3.434, 3.448, 3.464, 3.529, 3.532, 4.53, 4.140, 4.195, 4.201, 4.210, 4.227, 4.232, 4.239, 4.259, 4.271, 4.291, 4.349, 4.453, 4.492, 5.28, 5.44, 5.55, 5.131, 5.160, 5.185, 5.214, 5.236, 5.264, 5.275, 5.284, 5.313, 5.329, 5.336, 5.473, 6.32, 6.1115, 6.1140, 6.1201, 6.1258, 6.215, 6.307, 6.432, 6.456, 6.471, 6.547, 6.706, 6.720, 6.740, 6.792, 6.844, 6.884, 6.962, 6.974, 7.126, 7.173, 7.529, 7.592, 7.658, 8.14, 8.72, 8.105, 8.111, 8.243, 8.318, 8.379, 8.443, 8.463, 8.490, 8.496, 8.633, 8.781, 8.947, 9.197, 9.487, 10.19, 10.132, 10.150, 10.159, 10.278, 10.306, 10.316, 10.387, 10.444, 10.473, 10.479, 10.535, 10.563, 10.651, 10.739, 10.804
TOWARDS :   <mti>   against; towards; to meet   --
3.444, 6.1271, 7.695
TOWARDS :   <vi>   reaching to, against, with; towards, at; in exchange for; by; (together) with, close to; because of   --
1.38, 1.339, 2.211, 3.118, 3.282, 3.320, 3.380, 3.424, 3.436, 3.486, 3.519, 3.528, 4.100, 4.151, 4.305, 4.488, 5.362, 5.369, 5.424, 5.508, 6.1120, 6.178, 6.222, 6.571, 6.577, 6.892, 6.954, 7.66, 7.364, 7.707, 8.11, 8.165, 8.181, 8.325, 8.522, 10.228, 10.568
TOWARDS :   <>   on, upon; at, in; to, towards; by means of; during; in the manner of   --
1.74, 1.77, 1.125, 1.269, 1.282, 1.331, 1.399, 1.489, 2.188, 2.334, 2.338, 2.344, 2.367, 2.393, 2.399, 2.406, 3.34, 3.133, 3.268, 3.273, 3.306, 3.538, 3.545, 3.573, 4.79, 4.92, 4.107, 4.147, 4.222, 4.325, 4.392, 4.429, 4.436, 5.49, 5.80, 5.115, 5.164, 5.199</