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Noun edit

reiði f (genitive singular reiði, uncountable)

  1. anger, rage

Declension edit

Declension of reiði (singular only)
f33s singular
indefinite definite
nominative reiði reiðin
accusative reiði reiðina
dative reiði reiðini
genitive reiði reiðinnar

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Pronunciation edit

Etymology 1 edit

From Old Norse reiði, vreiði, from Proto-Germanic *wraiþį̄, cognate with Swedish vrede, Danish vrede, Norwegian Nynorsk vreide. Equivalent to reiður (angry, wroth) + -i.

Noun edit

reiði f (genitive singular reiði, no plural)

  1. anger, rage
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Etymology 2 edit

From Old Norse reiði, from reiða, ríða (ride).

Noun edit

reiði m (genitive singular reiða, nominative plural reiðar) or (obsolete) reiði n (genitive singular reiði, nominative plural reiði)

  1. rigging, tackle
  2. riding gear (of a horse)
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References edit

  • Diana Whaley (2014), Heike Sahm, Victor Millet, editors, Narration and Hero

Old Norse edit

Etymology 1 edit

From Proto-Germanic *wraiþį̄, cognate with Swedish vrede, Danish vrede, Norwegian Nynorsk vreide, English wrath. Equivalent to reiður (angry, wroth) + -i.

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Noun edit

reiði f (genitive reiði)

  1. anger, rage, wrath
Declension edit
Descendants edit
  • Icelandic: reiði
  • Faroese: reiði

Etymology 2 edit

From reiða, alternative form of ríða (ride).

Noun edit

reiði m (genitive reiða), reiði n (genitive reiðis)

  1. rigging (of a ship), tackle
  2. harness (of a horse), riding gear
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References edit

  • reiði”, in Geir T. Zoëga (1910) A Concise Dictionary of Old Icelandic, Oxford: Clarendon Press