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œða (œdda, œddr), v. to make furious; mostly refl., œðast, to become frantic or furious (hestrinn œddist ok sleit reipin).

œði, f. (1) rage, fury (R. spratt upp af œ. mikilli ok mælti); (2) madness, frenzy.

œði, n. nature, disposition, mind, also manners (hann hafði mjök á sér kaupmanns œ.); er þat ok ekki við þitt œ., it does not suit thee.

œði-fullr, a. furious; -saraligr, a. = -fullr; -stormr, m. furious gale; -straumr, m. furious current; -veðr, n. = -stormr; -verkr, m. furious pain; -vindr, m. = -veðr.

œðr, a. that may be waded, fordable, = vœðr (áin var eigi œð).

œðri, a. compar., œztr, a. superl. higher, highest; (1) in a local sense; uppi ok niðri leitaða ek œðra vegar, up and down I sought for the higher road; œðra öndvegi, œðri bekkr, the upper high-seat, higher bench, opp. to úœðra ö., úœðri b., the lower high-seat or bench; (2) fig. higher (highest) in rank or dignity (tólf hofgoðar vóru œztir).

œfi-maðr, m. man of violence.

œfr, a. vehement, angry, chafing (var þá konungar svá œ. ok œrr, at).

œgi-liga, adv. terribly, threateningly; -ligr, a. terrible, awful.

œgir (gen. -is), m. frightener, terrifier (Engla œ., gumna œ.).

œgis-heimr, m. poet. this world; -hjálmr, m. helmet of terror; bera -hjálm yfir e-m, to hold one in awe and submission; bera -hjálm í augum, to have a terror-striking glance.

œgja (-ða, -ðr), v. (1) to make terrible, exaggerate; mjök hafa þessir œgðir verit í frásögnum, made more terrible than they are; (2) to scare, frighten, with dat. (œgir mér ekki þetta fégjald); impers., e-m œgir, one is afraid (er eigi þat, at þér œgi við mik at berjast?); (3) to threaten; hón œgði mér af afbrýði, she threatened me in her jealousy; œ. e-m píslum, to threaten with tortures.

œgr, a. terrible, = ógurligr.

œliligr, a. fit to be brought up.

œll, a. fit to be fed or harboured.

œmta (-mta, -mt), v. to mutter (kerlingin œmtir við innar í húsinu); œ. e-u or e-m, to say a word to, pay attention to, take heed of.

œpa (-ta, -t), v. to cry, shout (bónda múgurinn œpti ok kallaði, at þeir vildi hann til konungs taka); œ. upp, to shout out; œ. at e-m, œ. á e-n, to call, cry out to one; with acc., œ. heróp, sigróp, to raise a war-cry, a shout of victory.

œra (-ða, -ðr) v. to madden, make mad (illr andi œrði Saul); refl., œrast, to run mad, run wild (œrast nú hestarnir báðir).

œri, a. compar. younger (engi maðr œ. en átján vetra gamall).

œri-liga, adv. furiously, madly (láta -liga); -ligr, a. mad, absurd.

œrinn, a. sufficient, = ýrinn, yfrinn (œrin var nauðsyn til þessa verks); er þat ok œrit eitt, at, it is quite sufficient that; œrit fagr, fair enough til œrins, sufficiently.

œrr, a. mad furious (œ. ok ørvita).

œrsl, n. pl. madness, frenzy; taka œ., to run mad; hann gerði þat eigi í œrslum, in fits of madness; stormr mikill með œrslum, a violent gale.

œrsla, f. madness, fury.

œrela-fullr, a. raging, raving (-full grimd móður þinnar); -læti, n. pl. ravings; -sótt, f. madness.

œsa (-ta, -tr), v. to stir up, excite; œ. úfrið, to stir up war; œ. e-n fram, to egg on; impers., œsti storminn svá, at, the storm became so violent, that; refl., œsast, to be stirred up, swell (vötn œsast, eldr œsist).

œsi-, with adjectives and nouns, violently, very (-mikill, -hvatlig); -frost, a sharp frost.

œsi-liga, adv. violently, furiously (falla vötnin -liga); -ligr, a. vehement (-lig sótt).

œsing, f. vehemence, fury (með svá miklum œsingi, at).

œsingr, m. vehemence, fury (með svá miklum œsingi, at).

œsir, m. inciter, stirrer, ringleader.

œska, f. youth, childhood.

œski-liga, adv. to one’s wishes; -ligr, a. to be wished (-lig hvíld); -ligr sonr, an adopted son.

œskingar-sonr, m. = óskasonr.

œskja (-ta, -tr), v. to wish (þess œski ek, at ek óðlist ilíft elíf eptir dauðann); œ. e-m e-s (or e-t), to wish a thing, for one.

œsku-aldr, m. youthful days or age, youth; -blómi, m. flower of youth; -bragð, n. youthful trick; -fullr, a. youthful; -gleði, f. glee of youth; -maðr, m. a youth; -mót, n. youth-dress; -skeið, n. the prime of life; vera af -skeiði, to be no longer a young man; -synd, f. sin of one’s youth (-syndir mínar ok óvizkur).

œstr, pp. excited, eager, ardent; œ. á ímu, eager for fight; neut. œst as adv. = œsiliga.

œxi, n. excrescence (on the body).

œxla (œxlta or œxta, œxltr or œxtr), v. to cause to increase (dvergrinn lézt mega œ. sér fé af bauginum); œxti hón öldrykkjur, she made a great ale-drinking.

œxla (), v. = œxla (œxlta).

œxling, f. increase.

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