gnornian
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Verb
Verb Class: Weak
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gnornian
Take here gnornan in Dict., and add: I. to feel grief, regret, &c. Ic gnornige contristatus sum, Ps. Th. 54, 2. Á mæg gnornian sé þe nú fram þís wígplegan wendan þenceð, By. 315. Grnorniendum merentibus, Kent. Gl. 1129. I a. of things :--- Beám sceal on eorðan leáfum líðan, leomu gnornian (the bare branches grieve ), Gn. Ex. 26. Hyge gnornende, Gú. 1182. II. to feel or express discontent, murmur Suá bið ðǽm ðe gnornað on ðǽre godcundan suingellan qui in percussione positus erumpit ad sonitum murmurationis, Past. 269, 1. Gnornadun murmuraverunt, Ps. Srt. 105, 25. Suelce hé cuǽde tó ðǽm unryhtwísan móde ðe innan bið gnornigende (-iende, v. l.) ac si dicatur menti iniquae interius dolenti, Past. 225, 10. Gnorniað murmurabunt, Ps. Srt. 58, 16. v. be-gnornian; grornian.
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