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dáupeins, sf. baptism, washing, 153 and note, 200.
dáupjan, wv. I, to baptize, wash oneself, 200, 320. OE. *depan, OHG. toufen.
dáupjands, m. baptizer, 218.
daúr, sn. door, 25, 158, 182. OE. dor, OHG. tor.
daúra-wards, sm. door-keeper, porter, 389. OE. weard, OHG. -wart.
daúr, wf. door.
*daúrsan, pret.-pres. to dare, 335. See ga-daúrsan.
dáueins, sf. the peril of death.
dáujan, wv. I, to put to death. OE. dedan.
*dáunan, wv. IV, see ga-dáunan.
dáus, aj. dead, 390. OE. dad, OHG. tt.
dáuus, sm. death, 11, 15, 84, 203. OE. da, OHG. td.
deigan, sv. I, to knead, form of earth, 300.
*ds, sf. deed, 172, 199. OE. dd, OHG. tt. See ga-ds.
diabaúlus, diabulus, sm. devil. OE. dofol, OHG. tiufal, from Gr. through Lat. diabolus.
digans, pp. made of earth.
dis-dáiljan, wv. I, to share, divide, 408.
dis-hniupan, sv. II, to break asunder, 302. Cp. OE. -hnepan, to pluck.
dis-sitan, sv. V, to settle upon, seize upon, 408.
dis-skreitan, sv. I, to rend, tear, 300.
dis-skritnan, wv. IV, to become torn, be rent apart, 175 note 3, 331.
dis-taheins, sf. dispersion, 361.
dis-tahjan, wv. I, destroy, 408.
dis-taíran, sv. IV, to tear to pieces, 408.
dis-wilwan, sv. III, to plunder, 408.
dis-wiss, sf. dissolution, 361.
diupei, wf. depth, 212, 383. OE. depe, OHG. tiuf.
diupia, sf. depth, 384.
diups, aj. deep, 23, 86, 105, 129, 160, 172, 227, 390. OE. dop, OHG. tiof.
dius (gen. diuzis), sn. wild beast, 175, 182. OE. dor, OHG. tier.
diwan, sv. V, to die, 308, 436; ata diwan, that which is mortal, mortality.
dmjan, wv. I, to judge, 320. OE. dman, OHG. tuomen.
dms, sm. judgment, knowledge, opinion, 45, 122. OE. dm, OHG. tuom.
*draban, sv. VI, see ga-draban.
dragan, sv. VI, to carry, drag, 15. OE. dragan, OHG. tragan.
dragk, sn. a drink, 354. OHG. tranc.
dragkjan, wv. I, to give to drink, 320. OE. drencan, OHG. trenken.
dráibjan, wv. I, to drive, trouble, vex, 320. OE. drfan, OHG. treiben.
drakma, wm. drachma. From Gr. through Lat. drachma. See note to Luke xv. 8, 9.
draúhsna, sf. crumb, fragment.
draúihtinassus, sm. warfare, 381.
draúhtinn, wv. II, to war, 425.
dreiban, sv. I, to drive, 300. OE. drfan, OHG. trban.
drigkan, sv. III, to drink, 17, 158, 304, 436. OE. drincan, OHG. trinkan.

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