friðill

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EtymologyEdit

From Old Norse friðill (lover, gallant), from Proto-Germanic *fridilaz. Confer frilla (concubine, mistress, harlot) (< Old Norse friðla).

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NounEdit

friðill m (genitive singular friðils, nominative plural friðlar)

  1. (of a male) the lover of a married woman

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SynonymsEdit

  • (lover of a married woman): (obsolete) hór

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