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andbahti, sn. service, ministry, 183, 187.
and-bahtjan, wv. I, to serve, minister, 320.
and-bahts, sm. servant, 358. OE. ambiht, ambeht, OHG. ambaht.
and-beitan, sv. I, to blame, reproach, threaten, charge.
and-bindan, sv. III, to loose, unbind, explain, 330, 405.
and-bundnan, wv. IV, to become unbound, be loosened, 330, 331.
andeis, sm. end, 185. OE. ende, OHG. enti.
and-hafjan, sv. VI, to answer, 33, 405, 428
and-háitan, sv. VII, to call to one, profess, confess, acknowledge, give thanks to.
and-háusjan, wv. I, to listen to, obey, hear.
and-huleins, sf. uncovering, revelation, illumination, 358.
and-huljan, wv. I, to disclose, open, uncover, reveal, 405.
andi-láus, aj. endless, 397. OE. ende-las.
andiz-uh ... aiáu, either ... or, 351.
and-niman, sv. IV, to receive. take, 33, 405.
and-rinnan, sv. III, to compete in running, strive, dispute.
and-sakan, sv. VI, to dispute, strive against. 405.
and-standan, sv. VI, to withstand, 405.
and-staúrran, wv. III, to murmur against. 328
and-waíri, sn. presence, face, person, 358; in and-waírja, before, in the presence of.
and-waírs, aj. present. OHG. ant-wert.
andwasjan, wv. I, to unclothe, take off clothes.
and-waúrdjan, wv. I, answer. OE. and-wyrdan, OHG. ant-wurten.
ann, wf. wages. Cp. Lat. annna, provisions, supplies.
ansteigs, aj. gracious, favourable, 394, 428.
ansts, sf. favour, grace, 90, 112, 120, 122, 198. OE. st, OHG. anst.
anar, aj. other, second, 158, 175, 253, 254, 258, 430; plural, the others, the rest; anar ... anar, the one ... the other. OE. er, OHG. andar.
apaústaúlus, apaúlstulus, sm. apostle; pl. nom. -eis, gen. -, acc. -uns and -ans. Gr. .
aqizi, sf. axe. OE. æx, OHG. ackus, akis.
arbáidjan, wv. I, to work, toil, suffer. OHG. arbeiten.
arbáis, sf. work, toil, labour, 199. OE. earfo, OHG. arbeit.
arbi, sn. heritage, inheritance, 6, 14, 161, 187. OE. ierfe, OHG. erbi, arbi.
arbi-numja, wm. heir, 208, 389. OE. ierfe-numa, OHG. erbi-nomo.
arbja, wm. heir, 208; arbja wairan, to inherit.
arbj, wf. heiress, 211.
-arja-, suffix, 380
arjan, wv. I, to plough. 318 OE. erian, OHG. erien.
arka, sf. money-box, chest. OE. earc, OHG. arca, from Lat. arca.
arma-hairtei, wf. mercy, 389.
arma-hairtia, sf. pity, mercy, charity, alms.
arma-hairts, aj. merciful, 398. OE. earm-heort, OHG. arm-herz.

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