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FRÆNDKONA -- FULLTEKINN. 177

frænd-kona, u. f. (contr. frænka), a kinswoman, 655. 88, Eg. 200, Nj. 31, N. G. L. i. 350; cp. frændleif.

frænd-lauss, adi. (frænd-leysi, n.), kin-less, without kinsmen, 623. 14, 51, Rd. 265, Grág. i. 188.

frænd-leif, f. one's kinsman's widow, N. G. L. i. 304, 350, a Norse law term; the eccl. law forbade a man to marry a 'frændkona' within the fifth degree, or a 'frændleif' whose late husband was within the same degree.

frænd-leifð, f. patrimony, inheritance, Fms. iv. 79, Stj. 600.

frænd-lið, n. a host of kinsmen, a family, Ld. 6, Eg. 137, Hkr. ii. 343.

frændlingr, m. = frændi, Fms. iv. 320.

frænd-margr, m. having many kinsmen, Fms. i. 53, iii. 16, Hkr. i. 170.

frænd-mær, f. a maiden kinswoman, Bs. i. 203.

frænd-ríkr, adj. rich in kinsmen, Sturl. ii. 189.

frænd-rækinn, adj. attached to one's kinsmen, Bs. i. 72, Fas. i. 130.

frænd-rækni, f. piety, (mod.)

frænd-samliga, adv. kinsmanlike, kindly, Sturl. ii. 79, Fms. xi. 93.

frænd-semd, f. = frændsemi, Bs. ii. 106.

frænd-semi (-symi, Stj. passim, Nj. 42, 213), f. kinship, brotherhood, Fms. xi. 7, Ld. 158, Grág. ii. 72, N. G. L. i. 187, the laws and Sagas passim; ganga við f. e-s, to acknowledge one as kinsman (e.g. as a son), Fms. ix. 418 :-- metaph. the kindness of a kinsman, var góð f. með þeim, there was good fellowship between them, Sturl. iii. 176, Fs. 45. COMPDS: frændsemis-lögmál, n. the law, rules of kinship, Stj. 425. frændsemis-spell, n. breach of kinship, incest, Grág. i. 341, Gþl. 242. frændsemis-tala, u, f. the tracing of kinship, lineage, Grág;, i. 28; vera í frændsemis-tölu við e-n, to be of kin to one, Eg. 72, Fms. i. 14.

frænd-skarð, n. the 'scar,' i.e. loss, of a kinsman, Sturl. iii. 240.

frænd-stórr, adj. having great kinsmen, Fms. iii. 16, vii. 233.

frænd-stúlka, u, f. a 'kin-girl,' a niece or the like.

frænd-sveinn, m. a 'kin-boy,' a nephew or the like, Ld. 232.

frænd-sveit, f. a body of kinsmen, Fms. vi. 347.

frænd-víg, n. slaughter of a kinsman, parricide, etc., Ó. H. 184.

frær (frœr), adj. yielding fruit. Rb. 354: ú-frær, barren, Glúm. 340.

fræs (frœs), f., Lat. fremitus, Fm. 19; vide frýsa.

frævan, fruitfulness, Rb. 102, 104.

frör-ligr, adj. frosty, chilly, Sks. 228 B.

fuð, f. [Germ. fud or fotze], cunnus. COMPDS: fuð-flogi, a, m. a law term, a runaway from his betrothed bride, N. G. L. i. 28. fuð-hundr, m. a nickname. Fms., cp. Germ. hunds-vott.

fuðra, að, to flame, blaze, akin to funi.

fuð-ryskill, m. a kind of cod-fish, cottus alepidotus, Edda (Gl.)

FUGL, m., an older form fogl is usual in early MSS.: fugls, Hm. 13; both forms foglar and fuglar in Mork. 7, but in old poets fogl is required by the rhyme, -- smoglir ástar foglar, Sighvat: [Ulf. fugls = GREEK: A. S. fugol; Engl. fowl; Germ. vogel; Swed. fogel; Dan. fugl] :-- a fowl, bird; hart sem fugl flygi, Nj. 144, passim; cp. the saying, skjóta verðr til fugls áðr fái, Orkn. 346, Mirm. 31: a nautical term, hafa fugl af landi, to 'have fowl off land' to stand in within range of water-fowl, i.e. be from fifty to seventy miles off land; þeir höfðn fogl af Írlandi, Bs. i. 656: collect. fowl, síðan samnaðisk fogl í evna, 350; geir-fugl, the awk, alca impennis; æðar-f., the eider-duck: hræ-f., a bird of prey: fit-f., q.v.; smá-fuglar, small fowl, little birds, Mork. 7: söng-f., singing birds; snæ-f., snow-fowl; bjarg-f., cliff-fowl, sea gulls, etc. COMPDS: fugla-dráp, n. bird-catching, Grág. ii. 348. fugla-kippa, u, f. a bundle of fowls, Fas. ii. 425. fugla-kliðr, m., fugla-kvak, n., fugla-net, n. a fowling net, Safn i. 61. fugla-söngr, m. the song (screeching) of birds, Fas. ii. 175, Karl. 203. fugla-tekja, u, f. bird-taking. fugla-veiðr, f. bird-catching, O. H. L. 45. fugls-rödd, f., mod. fugla-mál, n. a bird's voice, in tales, Edda, Fms. vi. 445: metaph., karl-fuglinn, poor churl! II. a pr. name, Orkn.

fuglari, a, m. a fowler, Bs. ii. 111, Fagrsk. 109.

fugl-berg, n. a fowling cliff; for this sort of fowling vide Guðm. S. ch. 54, Bs. ii. 111, Grett. 144, Bs. i. 360, Eggert Itin.

fugl-stapi, a, m. = fuglberg, D. I. i. 576.

fugl-veiðr, f. fowling, Grág. ii. 337, Js. 94, Pm. 7.

fugl-ver, n. a place for fowling. Fms. iv. 330.

fugl-verð, n. the price of fowl, Jb. 309.

fugl-þúfa, u, f. a 'fowl-bank,' bank on which birds sit, Bs. i. 388.

FULL, n. [A. S. ful; Hel. full]. a goblet full of drink, esp. a toast at a heathen feast, cp. esp. Hák. S. Góða ch. 16 -- skyldi full of eld bera, and signa full; Óðins-f,, Njarðar-f., Freys-f., the toast of Odin, Njord, and Frey; Bragar-full (q.v.), Sdm. 8, Eg. 552, Orkn. 198: poët., Yggs-full, Viðris-full, the toast of Odin, poetry, Al. 6, 14; Dvalins-full, Billings-full, the toast of the dwarfs, poetry, Lex. Poët.

FULL-, in COMPDS, fully, quite, enough; it may be used with almost any adjective or adverb, e.g. full-afla, adj. fully able to, Gþl. 265, 371. full-afli, a, m. a full mighty man, Lex. Poët. full-bakaðr, part. full-baked, Orkn. 112, Fas. i. 85. full-boðit, part. n. good enough for, fully a match for, Bjarn. 8. full-borða, adj. a 'full-boarded' ship, with bulwarks of full height, Fms. ii. 218. full-býli, n. full provisions for a house, Bs. ii. 145. full-djarfliga, adv. (-ligr, adj.), with full courage, Fms. viii. 138. full-drengiligr, adj. (-liga, adv.), full bold, Eg. 29, Lex. Poët. full-drukkinn, part. quite drunk, Edda, Fms. i. 291, Ó. H. 72. full-dýrr, adj. full dear, N. G. L. i. 37. full-elda, adj. full hot, Fas. ii. 361. full-eltr, part. pursued enough, Ísl. ii. 361. full-féa, adj. = fullfjáðr. full-fengi, n. a sufficient haul, Gullþ. 9, Bs. ii. 42. full-fengiligr, adj. quite good, Stj. 201. full-ferma, d, to load full, Ísl. ii. 77. full-fimr, adj. quite alert, Fas. iii. 485. full-fjáðr, part. full monied, Gþl. 514. full-frægt, n. adj. famous enough, Fs. 17. full-fúss, adj. quite ready, Fms. x. 402, Grett. 159. full-færa, ð, to prove fully, Stat. 296. full-gamall, adj. full old, Fas. i. 376, Orkn. 112. full-gildi, n. a full prize, Thom. 18. full-glaðr, adj. full glad, Fms. iii. 52. full-goldit, part. fully paid, Þorst. St. 54. full-góðr, adj. good enough, Fms. i. 289, vii. 272, Ó. H. 115, Sks. 219. full-göra, ð, to fulfil, complete, perform, Stj. 391, Hkr. ii. 396, Fms. i. 189, Fs. 42, Bjarn. 25: reflex., K. Á. 108, Str. 2. full-görð, performance, D. N. full-görla (full-görva, Ls. 30), adv. full clearly, Stj. 608, Hom. 159, Fms. i. 215. full-görliga, adv. fully, Str. 19. full-görr, part. fully done, Bárð. 165, Stj. 166 (ripe): metaph. full, perfect, f. at afli, Fms. vi. 30. full-hefnt, part. fully avenged, Fas. ii. 410, Al. 34. full-heilagr, adj. full holy, Hom. 156. full-hugðr, part. full-bold, dauntless, El. 6; cp. Gh. 15, where full-hugða seems to be a verb pret. and to mean to love. full-hugi, a, m. a full gallant man, a hero without fear or blame, Eg. 505, Fms. ii. 120, vii. 150, viii. 158, Rd. 223, Ísl. ii. 360. full-indi, n. abundance, Fas. ii. 502. full-ílla, adv. (full-íllr, adj.), full ill, badly enough, Fas. i. 222, Am. 83. full-kaupa, adj. bought full dearly, Ó. H. 114. full-kátr, adj. gleeful, Fms. viii. 101. full-keyptr, part. bought full dearly, Nj. 75, Þórð. 65. full-koma, mod. full-komna, að, to fulfil, complete, Stj. 51, Bs. i. 694, K. Á. 22. full-kominn, part. perfect; f. at aldri, afli, etc., full-grown, Fms. vii. 199, xi. 182, Nj. 38, Eg. 146, 256; f. vin, 28, 64; f. (ready) at göra e-t, Hkr. i. 330: freq. in mod. usage, perfect, N. T. full-komleikr (-leiki), m. perfectibility, Barl. fullkom-liga, adv. (-ligr, adj.), perfectly, Barl. full-kosta, adj. full-matched (of a wedding), Nj. 16, Fms. iii. 108, Fs. 31. full-kvæni, adj. well married, Skv. 1. 34. full-langt, n. adj. full long. full-launaðr, part. fully rewarded, Grett. 123. full-leiksa, adj. having a hard game (hard job), Bjarn. 66. full-lengi, adv. full long, Fms. vi. 18, Sturl. i. 149. full-liða, adj. having men (troops) enough, Ísl. ii. 347: quite able, Gþl. 265, v.l. full-liga, adv. fully, Fms. v. 226, ix. 257, Greg. 58. full-malit, part. having ground enough, Gs. 16. full-mikill, adj. full great, Fs. 16. full-mæli, n. a final, full agreement, Gþl. 211, v.l. full-mælt, part. spoken enough (too much), Hkr. i. 232. full-mætr, adj. 'full-meet,' valid, Dipl. ii. 2. full-numi, full-numa (full-nomsi, Barl. 73), adj.; f. í e-u, or f. e-s, having learnt a thing fully, an adept in a thing, Bárð. 181, Fas. ii. 241, Sturl. iii. 173, Karl. 385. full-nægja, ð, to suffice, Fb. ii. 324; mod. Germ. genug-thun = to alone for. full-nægja, u, f. [Germ. genug-thuung], atonement. full-ofinn, part. full-woven, finished, El. 27. full-orðinn, part. full-grown, of age, Grett. 87 A. full-ráða, adj. fully resolved, Fms. viii. 422. full-reyndr, part. fully tried, Rd. 194, Fms. vii. 170. full-rétti, n. a law term, a gross insult for which full atonement is due, chiefly in the law of personal offence: phrases, mæla fullrétti við mann, of an affront in words, Grág. i. 156, ii. 144; göra fullrétti við e-n, to commit f. against one, i. 157; opp. to hálfrétti, a half, slight offence: fullrétti was liable to the lesser outlawry, Grág. l.c. fullréttis-orð, n. a verbal affront, defined as a gross insult in N. G. L. i. 70, but in a lighter sense in Grág. ii. 144, cp. Gþl. 195. fullréttis-skaði, a, m. scathe resulting from f., Gþl. 520, Jb. 411. fullréttis-verk, n. a deed of f., Gþl. 178. full-ríkr, adj. full rich, Fms. v. 273, viii. 361, Fas. iii. 552. full-roskinn, adj. full-grown, Magn. 448, Grett. 87. full-rýninn, adj. fully wise, Am. 11. full-ræði, n. full efficiency, Valla L. 202: full match = fullkosta, Fms. i. 3; fullræði fjár, efficient means, Ó. H. 134, cp. Fb. ii. 278: fullræða-samr, adj. efficient, active, Bs. i. 76. full-rætt, part. enough spoken of, Gh. 45. full-röskr, adj. in full strength, Vígl. 26, Grett. 107 A, 126. full-sekta, að, to make one a full outlaw, Ísl. ii. 166. full-skipat, part. n. fully engaged, taken up, Fas. iii. 542. full-skipta, t, to share out fully, Fms. xi. 442. full-skjótt, n. adj. full swiftly, Fms. viii. 210. full-snúit, part. n. fully, quite turned, Fms. viii. 222. full-sofit, sup. having slept enough, Dropl. 30. full-spakr, adj. full wise, Gs. 8; a pr. name, Landn. full-staðit, part. n. having stood full long, Gs. 23. full-steiktr, part. fully roasted, Fs. 24. full-strangr, adj. full strong, Mkv. full-svefta (full-sæfti, v.l.), adj. having slept enough, Sks. 496, Finnb. 346. full-sæfðr, part. quite dead, put to rest, Al. 41. full-sæla, u, f. wealth, bliss; f. fjár, great wealth, Fms. vii. 74, xi. 422, Fas. iii. 100, Band. 25; eilíf f., eternal bliss, 655 xiii. A. 2. full-sæll, adj. blissful, Fms. viii. 251, Band. 7. full-sæmdr, part. fully honoured, Fas. iii. 289. full-sæmiliga, adv. (-ligr, adj.), with full honour, Fas. iii. 124. full-sætti, n. full agreement, full settlement, Grág. ii. 183. full-tekinn, part.; f. karl, a full champion (ironic.), Grett. 208 A. new Ed. (slang). full-