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EtymologyEdit

From Old Norse brundr, cognate with Danish brynde (ardour) and German Brunst (heat, rut; sexual excitement of animals), itself from the Old High German brunst.

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brundur m (genitive singular brunds, plural brundar)

  1. (sheep) breeder

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Declension of brundur
m6 singular plural
indefinite definite indefinite definite
nominative brundur brundurin brundar brundarnir
accusative brund brundin brundar brundarnar
dative brundi brundinum brundum brundunum
genitive brunds brundsins brunda brundanna

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EtymologyEdit

From Old Norse brundr, cognate with Danish brynde (ardour) and German Brunst (heat, rut; sexual excitement of animals), itself from the Old High German brunst.

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NounEdit

brundur m (genitive singular brunds, no plural)

  1. sperm

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