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  • 1 ömun

    f. sound, voice (heitir ok rödd ómun); ómun þverr, my voice fails me.
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    1.
    f. an obsol. poët. word, voice, sound; see óman or ómun; this word may be akin to önd, cp. Goth. ahma; it is spelt omvn, Skv. 1. 71 (Bugge); omun, Edda i. 544.
    2.
    = aman, [ama], a teasing, vexation.

    Íslensk-ensk orðabók > ömun

  • 2 ömun

    [ö:mʏn̬]
    f ömunar, amanir

    Íslensk-Russian dictionary > ömun

  • 3 óman

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    or ómun, f. sound, voice; ómon þverr, the voice fails, falters, Skv. 3. 68; heitir ok rödd ómun, Edda 110: ómun-lokarr, m. ‘sound-plane,’ i. e. the tongue, Ad. 16; see lokarr.

    Íslensk-ensk orðabók > óman

  • 4 uamhunn

    horror, Irish uamhan, awe, horror, Early Irish uamun, hóman, Old Irish omun, homon, rarely, ómun, fear, Welsh ofn, fear, awe, Cornish own, Breton aoun, Gaulish - obnos, Ex-obnus, Fearless: *obno-s, fear. Bez. cfs. Gothic bi-abrjan, be astounded (but abrs means "powerful"), and Greek $$Ga$$'/fnw, suddenly.

    Etymological dictionary of the Gaelic language > uamhunn

  • 5 lokarr

    (-s, pl. lokrar), m. plane.
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    m., dat. lokri, [A. S. locer], a plane, a joiner’s term; lokrar tveir, Pm. 124; kirkjan á þrjá lokra ok felli-stokk, 13: metaph., frekr get ek at þeim þykki lokarr minn til fégjalda, I ween they will think my plane cuts no thin shavings in the matter of fees, Fms. ii. 65: poët., óðar-lokarr, ömun-lokar, the ‘voice-plane’ = the tongue, Ad. 16, Edda 85 (in a verse). lokar-spánn, m. plane shavings, Fms. vi. 156, xi. 34, Edda 46, Þiðr. 20.

    Íslensk-ensk orðabók > lokarr

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