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Å

å, vå nf. (Gen.sg år) stream

ål nm. (ON ál) eel

åbregd nn. additional mark in a sheep's ear

åbrigda nf. basking shark < håbrigda

åd nn. (ON vað) a shoal of fish; åd silleka; silleksåd

ådborð nm. 1. mode of behaviour; 2. strange conduct

åga vs. 1. to creep, crawl; 2. to move slowly; 3. to be infested with vermin

ågagot nn. a little child (weak, ill-thriven); piri ågagot

ågedu nm. vapour rising from and lying low down over the earth

ågedu nn. weeds growing among the corn

ågemuld nf. mould (of fiellds)

åger nm. sea-foam

åita adv. (ON aptr) at the back of, behind

åkregård nm. . fence around fields; 2. pasture-land inside the fence (utbet); at sleppa åkregårðenon to open [let go] the fence

ål nm. 1. a strip of meadow or field; 2. a channel in the sea-bottom

ålament adj. (ON háleikmegnðr?, háleikr 'height') situated high up; ålamenta loften 1. the highrer strata of air; 2. the zenith region; sulen er i ålementari loftthe sun is very high up in the sky; du hever bygt skruna upp i ålamentu loftena you've built that cornstack to high; ketlen er uppi i ålamentu lofteni the plot is hanging far too high up over the fire

ållek nm. small ling

ålmenn, ålmark nm. a common; see vålmenning

ånjd nf. (ON önd) warm current of airor breeze

ånda vw. 1. to breathe; 2. to produce a faint, warm breeze

ånjdi adj. small T

ånjdibit nn. small piece of bait

ångastø nf. (ON and-ga-staða?) contrary wind

åkast nn. attack of illness (caused by witchcraft)

ålup nn. (ON áhlaup) downpoor of rain, deluge

åset nn. 1. great pressure; working hard at something; 2. metaph. pressure, necessity

åtak nn. 1. effort, exertion; 2. taking on, scolding; at vara i åtaki to be excited

åp nn. (ON aptann) eve of a feast, day before a holiday;jølop, Toljegsåp; Tammasmessåp

årdedoit nn. morning nap, heavy sleep till late in the forenoon

årdiklov nm. (ON klovi) ancient Shetl. wooden plough

årlið nf. (ON árhlíð) opening in the base of a stone wall where a burn runs

årn nm. hearth, hearthstone

åsøker nm. animal breaking into tje home-field

åtterskodd nn.1. great haste, speed; 2. backwash of breakers (waves)

åvedek nm. dam by which water is lead in another direction

åveljter adj.indecl., adv. fallen or turned over and unable to rise; kuen er falljen åveljter

åvi nm. pieces of wood laid between or across the laths (de langbands) in a roof

åvi nm. (ON áviðr?) punishment

Åvik nm. he or she whom you know; cf. Døt, haipernor, hanjdi, hannister, hannepaa


 
 

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