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gnornian

  • verb [ weak ]
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Take here gnornan in Dict., and add:
to feel grief, regret, &c.
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  • 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 :--
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  • Beám sceal on eorðan leáfum líðan, leomu gnornian (

    the bare branches grieve

    ),
      Gn. Ex. 26.
  • Hyge gnornende,

      Gú. 1182.
to feel or
express discontent, murmur
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  • 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.
Similar entries
v. be-gnornian; grornian.
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v.  be-grornian gnornan.
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