norse word for beast

big, tall, great, large; much, very; severe; bind up (a wound); dress; bind, tie, fasten; pledge; bind, fetter, band, cord, bond; the act of binding; (pl) bands, fetters, bind, fetter; hinder, make difficulty; hold back, restrain (v). hale; sound, safe; healthy, unscathed, in health; healed; blessed, happy; whole, complete; hall, house consisting of one room; (m) (a complex) dwelling; ground (m pl), Halland, Denmark, now part of Sweden (place name), Hallgertha (personal name), Gunnar's wife. seize, take, capture, catch; take hold of, grasp, pick up; reach, touch; begin; undertake; choose; accept, receive; begin (with infin. be situated; lie (down); lie ill; be in a certain place; lie low, be slain; lodge, sleep; lie at anchor (ship/sailing term); lead, go (of road); be slain; lie (down); lie ill; be situated; be in a certain place; lie low; lodge, sleep; lie at anchor (ship/sailing term); lead, go (of road); be sprinkled; spring asunder; spring, burst, leap; snap; drive; be suitable for, suited for; mean, bode (v), be sure to; will, shall; be about to; will be; would, must (probability); might (v). destroy, do away with; waste; spend; make empty; lay waste; devise; find, discover, notice; compose; visit; meet; invent; be found, be discovered; dialect; language; speech, talk; tale, story; information; discussion; conversation; proposition; season, period of time; measure; time, meal-time; case; cause (n). execution, beheading; blow, stroke, chop; exert oneself; struggle; press, urge on, compel, force; knock (at the door); expect (impers. drive, herd; drive onto shore, wreck; avenge, take vengeance for; depose; thrust; drive; spring, burst, leap; spring asunder; snap; be sprinkled; due, tax; incumbrance (on an estate); reason; sake (f). reach, get, obtain, catch, overtake; be able to; reach, stretch up or out; raise; put right; atone for; reach, touch; take, capture, catch, seize; take hold of, grasp, pick up; begin; undertake; choose; accept, receive; begin (with infin. clear; light, bright; light colored; fair; clever, moderately or middling wise (adj), clever, wise, well-informed (especially in history) (adj), clew up (haul the lower corners of a square-rig sail up to the yard by means of the clew lines) (v) (ship/sailing term), cliff; rock, stone, boulder; crag; mountain (n). farthest back in time, earliest (adj), forest, wood, woodland; rough, stony hill or ridge (n), forest; mark (of silver unless gold is specified) (f), foreward, preamble, preface; stipulation, condition; formula; charm (m), forget; perish, be lost; lose; mistake (v), formula; stipulation, condition; preamble, foreward, preface; charm (m), fortitude lacking, 'without fortitude', timid, gutless, pithless (adj), fortress, castle, stronghold; town; funeral pyre (f). stand (firm); stay, remain; stick; rest, stop; befit, become; catch, overtake; get up; take up a position; stand in ranks; be in a place; remain valid; be in a specified condition; trend, flow; weigh; stand in ranks; stand (firm); stay, remain; stick; rest, stop; befit, become; catch, overtake; get up; take up a position; be in a place; remain valid; be in a specified condition; trend, flow; weigh; start, spring; spring up, burst forth; sprout; make spring apart, split (v). derive benefit from; use; eat; avail; profit; deserving; fitting, proper, becoming (adj). struggle; exert oneself; press, urge on, compel, force; knock (at the door); struggle; get, take, procure; grasp; marry; put, give, deliver; catch; have, make use of; receive; suffer; (with ppart.) be able to, get accomplished; take place; struggle; wrestle; take part in; move, bring; place, lay, put; put down, lay down; stab, thrust, throw; make; give; move, go, travel; behave, act (as); fare, have fortune; turn out, happen; receive, suffer; move, go; pass (usually of time), progress; dead; move, shake, tremble, quake, be moved; march (v). in, (all) over; over, across; past, through, throughout; round, about; concerning, as regards; during; at a point of time; in, at; as to, as, with respect to; on account of, by reason of; close up to, around, by, to, towards, against; from; according to; regarding; concerning; after (prep), in, at; onto, on; to, towards; with respect to; upon; by (means of); during; in the manner of; in the course of (prep); onwards (adv). fasten, bind, tie; dress; bind up (a wound); pledge; fasten; strengthen; learn by heart; bite, take effect on; fastenings by which boats were tied together for battle (ship/sailing term); ropes (n pl), fate (dire fate), weird; one of the three Norns; undoing, ruin (n); fates, powers of fate (n pl). thus, therefore; for this reason; because of this; Thvinnill (personal name), name of a Viking (m), thwart, bench (rowing bench) (ship/sailing term). ); undertake; choose; accept, receive; happen, happen to, befall, come to pass; change, become; have to, be obliged to; chance to be; take place; happen, turn out; go, move, travel; behave, act (as); fare, have fortune; receive, suffer; happy, blessed; hale; sound, safe; healthy, unscathed, in health; healed; whole, complete; hard in counsel, tyrannical, ruthless (adj), hard, fast, strongly; firmly; certainly (adv), hard, severe; firm, fast; continuous (adj). peace (in peace); alongside (laying of ships alongside for attack), attack (f), also; still; yet; further; again; moreover; even (adv), altar of stone, sanctuary (outdoor sanctuary), temple. undertake; take, capture, catch, seize; take hold of, grasp, pick up; reach, touch; begin; choose; accept, receive; begin (with infin. draw (sword), brandish (a weapon); move quickly; break (faith or an oath); turn, alter, change; break off, leave off, give up; draw, mark; fix; mark as one's property; mark with an emblem; heed, mind; signify, mean; infer; draw, summon; recover; claim; get back (v). value, evaluate, estimate, appraise; esteem, be honored, esteemed; value, evaluate, estimate; set a price (v), valued at; fine, worthy, great; of great value (adj), Vanir, one of the two major groups of gods ( m pl), Varangian, the name of the Norse warriors who served as bodyguards to the emperors of Constantinople in the Varangian Guard (m), Vedrfolnir, the hawk which sits between the eyes of the eagle atop Yggdrasill (m), vegetation; grass; herb; pasture; plant (n), vehement; frantic; furious; enraged; raving, frenzied, raging, mad with fear (adj), vehemently, exceedingly, very, impetuously (adv), Verdandi (personal name, mythological) Becoming or Happening, one of the three Norns (f), verse forms or meters (list of either) (n), very wise, sagacious, wise (of a woman) (adj), very, exceedingly, vehemently, impetuously (adv), Viking-Guard (coast guard against Vikings) (m), vile, wretched, wicked; poor, unfortunate, unhappy; (adj).

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