From Old Norse ró (“calm”), from Proto-Germanic *rōwō, the same as ró.
rógv f (genitive singular rógvar, uncountable)
- calm, rest, quiet
From Old Norse ró, probably from Proto-Germanic *wranhō or *wrunhō.
rógv f (genitive singular rógvar, plural røur)
- a plate with a hole in it, used under a nail
Possibly from Old Norse hróf, from Proto-Germanic *hrōfą.
rógv (only used in accusative singular, gender unknown)
- something high up, perhaps roof or sky (exact meaning unknown; only used in the phrases halan upp í rógv, við halanum upp í rógv “with the tail up/up in the air” and similar)