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fra-waíran, sv. III, to corrupt, 436
fra-wardjan, wv. I, to destroy, spoil, corrupt, disfigure, 137 note, 152, 153, 320, 322, 412. OE. wierdan, OHG. far-werten.
fra-waúrhts, sf. evil-doing, sin, 199, 365. OE. for-wyrht.
fra-waúrhts, aj. sinful; subs. sinner. OHG. fra-woraht.
fra-waúrkjan, wv. I, to sin, 428. OE. for-wyrcan.
fra-weit, sn. vengeance, revenge, 365. OE. wte, OHG. wi, punishment.
fra-weitan, sv. I, to avenge. OHG. far-wan.
fra-weitands, m. avenger, 218.
fra-wilwan, sv. III, to rob, take forcibly.
fra-wisan, sv. V, to spend, exhaust.
frei-hals, sm. freedom, 175, 179 note 2, 389. OE. frols.
freis, aj. free, 153, 229, 427. OE. fro, OHG. fr.
frijawa (friawa), sf. love, 387.
frijn, wv. II, to love, 325. OE. frog(e)an.
frijndi, sf. friend, 89, 194.
frijnds, m. friend, 154, 217, 379. OE. frond, OHG. friunt.
*friks, aj. greedy. OHG. freh.
fri-sahts, sf. example.
frdaba, av. wisely.
frdei, wf. understanding, wisdom, 122, 137, 212.
frs, aj. wise, 227. OE. frd, OHG. fruot.
fruma, aj. the former, prior, first, 246, 253, 254, 430; fruma sabbat, the day before the Sabbath. OE. forma.
fruma-baúr, sm. first-born, see §175.
frumists, aj. first, foremost, best, chief (men), 246, 345.
frums, sm. beginning.
fugls, sm. bird, fowl, 22, 159, 168, 180, 354. OE. fugol, OHG. fogal.
fula, wm. foal. OE. fola, OHG. folo.
fulgins, aj. hidden, 122, 137, 227, 294.
fulhsni, sn. the thing hidden, a secret, 354.
fulla-fahjan, wv. I, to satisfy, serve.
fulla-tjis, aj. perfect, 229.
fulleis, sf. or fullei, sn. fulness.
fulljan, wv. I, to fill, fulfil, 427. OE. fyllan, OHG. fullen.
fullnan, wv. IV, to become full, 283, 329, 330, 427.
full, wf. fulness, 211.
fulls, aj. full, 16, 56, 139, 158, 160, 227, 330, 390, 427, 430. OE. full, OHG. fol.
fls, aj. foul, 45, 82. OE. OHG. fl.
funisks, aj. fiery, 396.
ga-, prefix, 367, 413.
ga-áiginn, wv. II, to take possession of, get an advantage of, 425. OE. gnian, OHG. eiginen.
ga-áistan, wv. III, to reverence.
ga-áiwiskn, wv. II, to ill-treat, make ashamed. Cp. OE. wisc, disgrace.
ga-arman, wv. III, to have pity on, pity.
ga-baíran, sv. IV, to bring forth, compare.
ga-baírhteins, sf. appearance, manifestation.
ga-baírhtjan, wv. I, to declare, reveal, manifest.

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