traust

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traust

  1. Second-person singular present of trauen.

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EtymologyEdit

From Old Norse traust ‎(confidence, trust, security, help, shelter, safe abode), from Proto-Germanic *traustą ‎(trust, shelter), from Proto-Indo-European *deru-, *dreu-, *drū- ‎(to be firm, be solid). See also treysta ‎(to trust).

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traust n ‎(genitive singular trausts, no plural)

  1. trust, faith
    Ég hef alltaf synt þér traust.
    I have always shown faith in you.
  2. confidence, trust

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