DanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Danish writhæ, Old West Norse ríða, from Proto-Germanic *wrīþaną, cognate with Norwegian vri, Swedish vrida, English writhe.

PronunciationEdit

VerbEdit

vride (past tense vred, past participle vredet, attributive common vreden, attributive definite or plural vredne)

  1. to twist
  2. to wrench
  3. to wring

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Norwegian NynorskEdit

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EtymologyEdit

From Old Norse vríða, from Proto-Germanic *wrīþaną. Related to vreid (wroth) and vreide (wrath). Originally a strong verb, it may now also be inflected as a weak verb as well.

VerbEdit

vride (present tense vrider or vrid, past tense vridde or vreid, supine vridd/vridt or vride, past participle vridd or vriden, present participle vridande, imperative vrid)

  1. to turn, twist, wring
  2. (reflexive) to squirm, twist, wriggle, writhe
  3. (card games) to change the colour or suit that is allowed to play (according to the rules of the particular game)

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