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Equivalent to innian +‎ -oþ.

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innoþ m

  1. the inner part of the body that holds the intestines and bowels
  2. the stomach, womb, or belly
  3. (figuratively) the seat of feelings
  4. the seat of hunger
  5. a gut or entrail in and of itself

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