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staúrran, wv. III, see and-staúrran.
stáutan, sv. VII, to smite, push, 313 note 5. OHG. stan.
steigan, sv. I, to ascend, mount up, 17, 48, 78, 83, 99, 103, 124, 128, 133, 168, 300. OE. OHG. stgan.
stibna, sf. voice, 158 note, 192. OE. stemn, stefn. OHG. stemna, stimna, stimma.
stigqan, sv. III, to thrust, push, make war, 304.
stikls, sm. cup, 354. OHG. stechal.
stiks, sm. point, moment; stiks mlis, a moment of time. OE. stice, OHG. stih.
stilan, sv. IV, to steal, 66, 306. OE. OHG. stelan.
stiur, sm. steer, calf. OE. stor, OHG. stior.
stiurjan, wv. I, to establish, 85. OE. steran, OHG. stiuren, to steer.
stdjan, wv. I, see ana-*stdjan.
stjan, wv. I, to judge, 80, 81, 100, 101, 152, 153, 316, 317. Cp. OE. stwian, OHG. stouwen, to restrain.
*stráujan, wv. I, to strew, spread, spread (with carpets), furnish, 319. OE. strowian, OHG. strouwen, strewen.
striks, sm. stroke, title, 199. OHG. strih.
sulj, wf. sole of a shoe. Lat. solea.
sums, indef. pr. some one, a certain one, 53, 277, 427, 430; sums ... sums, the one ... the other; nom. pl. sumái(h) ... sumáih, some ... and others. OE. OHG. sum.
sundro, av. alone, asunder, apart, privately, 344. OE. sundor, OHG. suntar.
sunja, sf. truth; bi sunjái truly, verily.
sunjaba, av. truly, 344.
sunjeins, aj. true, veritable.
sunjis, aj. true, 229.
sunjn, wv. II, to justify, 200, 325.
sunjns, sf. a verifying, defence, 200.
sunna, wm. sun. OE. sunna, OHG. sunno.
sunn, wf. or wn. sun. OE. sunne, OHG. sunna.
suns, av. soon, at once, immediately; suns-áiw, av. immediately, straightway; suns-ei, cj. as soon as, 351.
sunus, sm. son, 8, 72, 87 and note 3, 88, 90 and note, 107, 108, 113, 116, 121, 122, 150, 158, 202. OE. OHG. sunu.
supn, wv. II, to season, 7. OHG. soffn.
sts, aj. sweet, patient, peaceable, tolerable, 234, 243, 244. OE. swte, OHG. suoi.
sujn, wv. II, or sujan, wv. I to itch, tickle.
swa, swah, av. so, just so, also, thus. OE. sw.
swa-ei, swa-sw, cj. so that. so as, 351.
swaíhra, wm. father-in-law, 136, 208. OE. swor, swehor, OHG. swehur.
swaíhr, wf. mother-in-law, 211.
*swaírban, sv. III, to wipe, 14, 161, see af-swaírban.
swa-láus, pr. so great, 274.
swa-leiks, pr. such, 274, 430. OE. swelc, swylc, OHG. solh.
swamms, sm. sponge. OE. swamm.
swaran, sv. VI, to swear, 158, 310 and note. OE. swerian, OHG. swerren, swerien.

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