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ý-bogi, m. a yew-tree bow.

ýðgi, f. mind, disposition (harðýðgi, grunnýðgi).

ýfa (-ða, -ðr), v. to rip up (ý. mál); refl., ýfast, to become ruffled, get angry (þótti mér sá björninn, er fyrir varð, ý. mjök); tók at ý. með þeim, they began to be on bad terms; ý. við e-n, to provoke one, pick a quarrel with one (Magnús son hans ýfðist mjök við Harald).

ýfinn, a. ruffled, wroth, angry.

ýfis-orð, n. pl. irritating or ruffling words, taunts.

ýgjast (ð), v. to grow vicious, of a bull (graðungrinn tók at ý.).

ýgr, a. fierce, gruff, stern.

ýja (úði), v. to swarm, teem.

ýki (dat. pl. ýkjum), n. (1) exageration (telja e-t með ýkjum); (2) aggravation.

ýkva, v. = víkva, víkja.

ýla (-da, -t), v. to howl, yelp, of dogs, wolves; ýla, f. howl, howling.

ýlda, f. decay, rottenness, stench.

ýling, f. howling.

ýmis-leikr, m. fickleness, mutability; -liga, adv. variously; -ligr, a. various, diverse (-ligir dauðligir hlutir, -ligar þjóðir).

ýmiss (neut. ýmist; pl. ýmissir, ýmissar, usually contracted ýmsir or ymsir, ýmsar or ymsar, neut. ýmis, ýmsi or ýms), a. now this, now that (ýmist hann hugði); hann gerði ýmist, hjó eða lagði, he cut and thrust alternately; esp. pl. various, sundry, now these, now those, by turns (höfðu ymsir sigr); í ymsum stöðum, in various places; reka kaupferðir til ýmissa landa, to go on trading expeditions to various countries; einir ok ýmissir, one and another, sundry; allir ok þó ýmissir, all by turn; ýmist … eða, now … now, sometimes … sometime (Bolli var ýmist í Tungu eða at Helga felli).

ýr (gen. ýs, dat. ý), m. (1) yew tree; (2) bow of yew, = ýbogi.

ýra (-ða), v. to shed in small drops; refl., ýrast, to drizzle; ýrðist dögg reyfit, dew settled on the fleece.

ýrinn (contr. from ‘yfrinn’), a. abundant, = yfrinn, œrinn.

ýsa, f. haddock.

ýskja (-ta, -t), v. = œskja.

ýta (ýtta, ýtt), v. (1) to push out, launch (ý. báti, skipi); ý. e-u at e-m í hönd e-m, to push it towards one; (2) to put out to sea, start on a voyage (þat skal yðr kunnigt gera, at vé ýttum af Nóregi).

ýtar, m. pl., poet. men (ýta synir).

ýtri, ýztr, see ‘ytri’, ‘yztr’.

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