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lokarr

  • 1 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.

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  • 2 orð-lokarr

    m. a nickname, Landn.

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  • 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.

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  • 4 FREKR

    a.
    1) greedy (frekr til fjár), eager;
    2) harsh, rigorous (frek lög); nú skal ek vera yðr f. harðsteinn, a rough whetstone.
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    adj. [Ulf. -friks, in faihu-friks = φιλάργυρος; A. S. fræc; Germ. frech (bold, impudent), whence Dan. fræk; cp. Engl. freak]:—greedy; frekr til fjár, Sd. 140; frekr er hverr til fjörsins, a saying, Njarð. 374; frekir konungar, Fms. x. 416: voracious, hungry, fangs er ván at frekum úlfi, Eb. 250; svá f. at torsótt sé at fylla þik, Fs. 72: metaph. exorbitant, frek fégjöld, Gþl. 169; frek lög, harsh, unfair law, Hkr. ii. 384; frekr harðsteinn, a rough whetstone, Fms. xi. 223; frekr get ek at þeim þykki lokarr minn til frégjalda, I guess they will find my plane rough ( cutting thick chips) as to the bargain, ii. 65; bora frekan atsúg at e-u, Orkn. 144; frekust orð ok umkvæði, Ísl. ii. 149: neut. frekt, as adv., frekt eru þá tekin orð mín, Fms. ii. 260; ganga frekt at e-u, Fs. 32; leita frekara eptir, Fms. x. 227.

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  • 5 ÓÐR

    I)
    (óð, ótt), a.
    1) mad, frantic; óðr maðr, madman;
    2) furious, vehement, eager (váru þeir synir Ósvífrs óðastir á þetta mál); e-m er ótt, one is eager, impatient (hann kallaði sér þó ótt um ferðina); ótt, as adv. vehemently (þeir reiddu ótt sverðin ok hjuggu títt); Flosi fór at engu óðara en hann væri heima, Flosi behaved as calmly as if he were at home.
    m.
    1) mind, feeling;
    2) song, poetry; óðar smiðr, poet.
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    1.
    adj., óð, ótt, [Ulf. wôds = δαιμονιζόμενος; A. S. wod; Engl. wood, Chaucer, Spenser; Scot. wud; Germ. wüthend]:—mad, frantic; nú verðr maðr svá óðr, at hann brýzt ór böndum, N. G. L. ii. 54 (band-óðr, mad so as to be kept in bonds); hestrinn var óðr ok kornfeitr, Fms. xi. 280; óðr maðr, a madman, Grág. i. 155; óðs manns víg, óðs manns verk, N. G. L. i. 64; óðr hundr, a mad dog, Pr. 473.
    2. frantic, furious, vehement, eager; ólmr ok óðr, Fms. iv. 111; hann görðisk svá óðr at hann kastaði skildinum, Eg. 289; görði hann sik óðan um, Fs. 6l; göra sik óðan ok reidan, Fb. i. 559; svá vórn þeir óðir, Fms. vii. 270: hvárt þeir leggja því betr fram en ek, sem þeir eru óðari, 259; vóru þeir óðastir á þetta mál, Ld. 210; hann var óðr at verki sínu, Nj. 58; hann lét sem hann væri óðr ok ærr at íshögginu, Fms. vi. 337: of a thing, violent, óðr útsynningr, a violent gale, Bs. ii. 50; orrosta óð ok mannskæð, Fms. i. 44; bardagi sem óðastr, vii. 265, Nj. 247; óðr byrr, Hm. 89; ótt veðr, Am. 18.
    II. neut., ótt e-m er ótt um e-t, to be impatient; var þeim Þorgilsi ótt til at flytja líkit í brott, Fms. v. 98; hann kallaði sér þó ótt um ferðina, vi. 375; Flosi fór at engu óðara en hann væri heima, not more rashly than if, as calmly as if, he were at home, Nj. 220; vér skulum fara at engu ótt, not hastily, Háv. 48; fékk konungr sótt ok fór ekki mjök ótt í fyrstu, Fms. ix. 249.
    2. adverb, phrase, ótt ok títt, vehemently and rapidly; þeir reiddu ótt sverðin ok hjuggu títt, Fms. ii. 322; drjúpa mjök ótt, vi. 351: acc. óðan, as adv., bera óðan á, to talk fast and vehemently.
    2.
    m., gen. óðs and óðar, [totally different from the preceding word, but akin to Ulf. wods in weit-’wods’ = μαρτύς, weit-wodan = μαρτυρειν, weit-wodiþa, weit-wodei = μαρτύριον; cp. also Icel. æði = sense, wit, manner, answering to the Goth. weit-wodei]:—mind, wit, soul, sense, Lat. mens, Gr. νους; the old Vsp. distinguishes between three parts of the human soul,—önd, óðr, and læ, spirit, mind, and craft (?); the önd was breathed into man by Odin, the óðr by Hænir, the læ by Löðurr; the faculty of speech seems also to be included in the óðr. The tale in Plato’s Protagoras is an interesting illustration of the Northern legend as briefly told (and only there) in Vsp. 17, 18: tryggva óð, hafa góðan óð, to be of good cheer, Nj. (in a verse).
    2. song, poetry; bragr, hróðr, óðr, mærð, lof, Edda 95:—metre, sá er óðinn skal vandan velja, Lil. 98; óðar-smiðr, a ‘song-smith’ = poet, Eg. (in a verse); óðar-ár, ‘speech-oar,’ Geisli 37; and óðar-lokarr, ‘speech-plane,’ i. e. the tongue, Edda (in a verse); óðar-rann, mind’s abode, Likn. 1. óð-borg, f, ‘mind’s-borough’ = the breast, Harms, 1. óð-gerð, f. versification, Geisli.
    II. Óðr, the husband of Freyja, Vsp. 29; in the tale in Edda of Freyja, she wanders over the earth seeking for her lost husband and weeping for him golden tears, (answering to the Gr. tales of Demeter as told in the Homeric hymn.)

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