western; from the west; west (of); bearing to the west; Westlands, the British Isles and France (n pl). grow up; give birth to; feed; nurse; rear, bring up; growth, fame, success; advancement, benefit, profit; luck; courage, ability (m). recover; come, arrive; reach; obtain; occur; come about; red (also frequently as a descriptor for gold) (adj). have a household, keep house; live (in a place), dwell, inhabit; prepare, make ready; array, dress; be, be ready; have authority in; cause; be the cause of; wield; have in charge (v). If you are now viewing this document within your Browser, I’d advise you to save it and examine it later. profit; use; eat; avail; derive benefit from; progeny, child; baby; offspring, family, kin. pour; sprinkle; ladle; water; (mid.) mount; leap, spring; run; climb; fall down on; mountain; rock, stone, boulder; cliff; crag (n), mountain-side, hill-side; side; slope (f), movable property, as opposed to lands or even to land and cattle (n). thrown in. star translation in English-Old Norse dictionary. without; outside (of); externally; beyond; from without; witness summons, calling of witnesses (f), womanish, cowardly, effeminate, (passively) homosexual (adj), wonder at, be astonished (at); marvel at, be amazed at (v), wonders (great wonders); mystery, sacrament; notable thing (n pl). User friendly interface below helps to create online mottoes in Old Norse, the language of the Vikings. possess, hold, keep; have; take; accept; wear; have intercourse with; bring, take, get; carry; hold to be true, believe; possess, own, have; have in marriage; have the power to; have claim to; have duty to; be married or related to; must, owe, be obligated, have to; possessions; cattle; sheep; wealth, money (n). time; period of time; hour; a while, a time; timid, gutless, 'without fortitude', pithless (adj), tinder, belt of tinder or amadou ("tinder fungus", useful for starting slow-burning fires) (m), to(wards) the house; home; homeward (adv). history; story; what is said, saga, legend; hit, find, meet; come to; come upon; arrive at; visit, call on, meet with; meet each other; hit upon; go to see; Hjarðarholt, Herd's Hill (place name) (n), Hlidskjalf, the seat on which Odin sits in his hall Valaskjálf. According to a definition, motto is a short expression of a guiding principle. convenient, easy, possible; comfortable; suitable, expedient; docile, affable; skillful, agile; gentle, reasonable; conversation, talk, parley; consultation; reckoning, enumeration, list (n), conversation; discussion; speech, talk; tale, story; information; language; dialect; proposition; season, period of time; measure; time, meal-time; case; cause (n). men, folk, people; troop, host of warriors; (poetic) battle; men, people; living beings or creatures; humankind (m pl). ); reach, touch, strike against; happen, come to pass; take, get, procure; grasp; marry; put, give, deliver; catch; have, make use of; receive; suffer; (with ppart.) happen, become, turn out; make, build; write, compose; make a story of; give, offer; act, do; happen, come to pass; reach, touch, strike against; take, capture, catch, seize; take hold of, grasp, pick up; reach, touch; begin; begin (with infin. place, lay, put; put down, lay down; move, bring; stab, thrust, throw; make; give; place, put, set; let, allow, permit; concede, yield; leave, leave off; lose; cause to be done, command; behave (as if); declare; sound; have something done; dead, deceased; place, put; set; seat; make; set up; set (in a course), direct; establish; endow; hurl; adorn; place, set; equip; provide; arrange, array; man, occupy; draw up; assign (a seat); put in order; set; crowd, throng; place, spot; abode, dwelling; stead, parcel of land; part; way, respect; plague, disease; injury, pain, harm, hurt; plank, hull, board, strake; side of a ship; table; food, upkeep; rim; margin between rim and liquid; plank, log, piece of wood; wooden beam; base of an anvil (m), plant; grass; herb; pasture; vegetation (n). age; lifetime; old age; long period of time; age; time; [poetic] man (f); mankind, humanity, world; human beings, men (f pl). folk, people, men; troop, host of warriors; (poetic) battle; follow, accompany; help, give help to; side with; be attached to, belong to; attend to, be a quality of; hold together; serve; appertain to (v). during (time); in, within; at (position); among; into (motion), onto; during; onto, on; to, towards; with respect to; upon; at, in; by (means of); in the manner of; in the course of (prep); onwards (adv). try to go, go; seek, search for; find; see; attack; proceed on a journey; try; make trial of; test; put to the test (v), turbulent river, Ale-Force (foaming waterfall) River, turf knoll in the middle of barren ground (f), turn or shift of luck, difference in fortune (m). Because the Old Norse Lexilogos is not enough for this translator, I have made some reconstructed words based on Old Norse's descendant languages. clear; light, bright; light colored; fair; clever, moderately or middling wise (adj), clever, wise, well-informed (especially in history) (adj), clew up (haul the lower corners of a square-rig sail up to the yard by means of the clew lines) (v) (ship/sailing term), cliff; rock, stone, boulder; crag; mountain (n). cause, reason, sake; action; charge; offense; suit, lawsuit, dispute; cause; be the cause of; wield; have authority in; have in charge (v), cause; speech, talk; tale, story; information; language; dialect; discussion; conversation; proposition; season, period of time; measure; time, meal-time; case (n), cave or stone dwelling; stone, rock; [poetic] precious stone, jewel (m), certainly; firmly; fast, strongly, hard (adv), chair, stool; bishop's see; king's throne or residence (m). rim; margin between rim and liquid; board, strake, hull, plank (ship/sailing term); side of a ship; table; food, upkeep; rise time, time to rise, a roughly three hour portion of the day beginning about 6:00 a.m. (n), road, path; way, journey; manner, fashion (f). spring, burst, leap; spring asunder; snap; drive; be sprinkled; spring, jump; issue forth; burst; die from overexertion or grief (v). raise; reach, stretch up or out; put right; atone for; raised platform along the side(s) of a hall; step (m). mean, expect, look for, intend (to do), purpose; fated; think, consider (to be); mean, intend; think, believe; give heed to; observe; see; anxiety; mean, signify; mark, draw; fix; mark as one's property; mark with an emblem; heed, mind; infer; means of existence, way (of going on); resort, refuge. hour; time; period of time; a while, a time; house consisting of one room, hall; (m) (a complex) dwelling; ground (m pl), house, home, household; farming, farm, dwelling; estate; livestock (n), household, home, house; farming, farm, dwelling; estate; livestock (n). way, respect; place, spot; abode, dwelling; stead, parcel of land; part; way, road; journey; glory, honor; direction; side; dimension; mode, manner; way; manner; mind, temper; mood; nature; character; waylay, wait in ambush; signify, amount to; undergo, suffer; bring about, cause; weak; feeblehearted, 'without strength', pithless (adj), wealth, treasure, riches; precious objects, wealth; cattle; sheep; money; possessions (n), wealthy man, great man, prominent man, man of power (m). Old Norse, Old Nordic, or Old Scandinavian was a North Germanic language that was spoken by inhabitants of Scandinavia and their overseas settlements from about the 7th to the 15th centuries.. The earlie… stop, rest; stand (firm); stay, remain; stick; befit, become; catch, overtake; get up; take up a position; stand in ranks; be in a place; remain valid; be in a specified condition; trend, flow; weigh; store, great number; multitude, plenty of (f), storm (passing storm), shower; hailstorm (n). Celtic) of France (m pl), frenzied, raving, raging, mad with fear; frantic; furious; vehement; enraged (adj). road, way; journey; glory, honor; direction; side; dimension; mode, manner; roam, wander about (as a shepherd with his sheep) (v), roar; resound; dash noisily, clatter, rattle, clash (v), Robert Longsword, (c. 893 – 17 December 942), second ruler of Normandy (m), rock, stone, boulder; cliff; crag; mountain (n), rock, stone; cave or stone dwelling; [poetic] precious stone, jewel (m), rock; skerry, isolated rock sticking out to sea (n). … round, about; over, across; past, through, throughout; (all) over, in; concerning, as regards; during; at a point of time; row; hræs lanar - the rows of the slain (f), rub, stroke, wipe; caress; smooth, brush (v). give; place, lay, put; put down, lay down; move, bring; stab, thrust, throw; make; Gjallarhorn, Yelling Horn, the horn blown by the god Heimdall to announce the beginning of Ragnarok, glad (to be glad); rejoice at, welcome (v), glide, move slowly; sink gently down; yield (v), Glitnir, silver hall belonging to the god Forseti. healed; hale; sound, safe; healthy, unscathed, in health; blessed, happy; whole, complete; healthy, unscathed, in health; hale; sound, safe; healed; blessed, happy; whole, complete; hear, listen to; (impers.) relate, tell of; obtain, beget, persuade, be able to, get done; get; speak of, mention; guess, think, suppose; engender; be obtainable; (with infin.) back one another; veita (tt), wēta (ath) (‡), waita (‡). which; who; as; as if, that; while; when; where; (with superlative) as … as possible; while (a while), a time; time; period of time; hour; while, as long as, whilst; in the meantime (adv). guess, think, suppose; get; beget, obtain, persuade, be able to, get done; speak of, mention; relate, tell of; engender; be obtainable; (with infin.) Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary, ber er hver að baki, nema sér bróður eigi, https://en.wiktionary.org/w/index.php?title=bróðir&oldid=61284820, Faroese terms inherited from Proto-Germanic, Faroese terms derived from Proto-Germanic, Faroese terms inherited from Proto-Indo-European, Faroese terms derived from Proto-Indo-European, Icelandic terms inherited from Proto-Germanic, Icelandic terms derived from Proto-Germanic, Icelandic terms inherited from Proto-Indo-European, Icelandic terms derived from Proto-Indo-European, Old Norse terms inherited from Proto-Germanic, Old Norse terms derived from Proto-Germanic, Old Norse terms inherited from Proto-Indo-European, Old Norse terms derived from Proto-Indo-European, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. disease, plague; injury, pain, harm, hurt; disposition, lay, order; stab, thrust; position, stratum, layer; fate (preordained fate); distinguished (of distinguished appearance), imposing (adj). be aware of; know; understand; be certain of; know how (to); know of; find out; see; be certain of; be aware of; know; understand; know how (to); know of; find out; see; be current; play, sport; move to and fro; be discovered, be found; find, discover, notice; compose; devise; visit; meet; invent; be found, be discovered, find, discover, notice; compose; devise; visit; meet; invent; be in a certain place; lie (down); lie ill; be situated; lie low, be slain; lodge, sleep; lie at anchor (ship/sailing term); lead, go (of road); be in a place; stand (firm); stay, remain; stick; rest, stop; befit, become; catch, overtake; get up; take up a position; stand in ranks; remain valid; be in a specified condition; trend, flow; weigh; be in a specified condition; stand (firm); stay, remain; stick; rest, stop; befit, become; catch, overtake; get up; take up a position; stand in ranks; be in a place; remain valid; trend, flow; weigh; be lost, perish; lose; forget; mistake (v). purchase; loosen, untie; depart; redeem; tear; conceal a thing; send (from one's house); purpose, expect, look for, intend (to do), mean; fated; think, consider (to be); put right; reach, stretch up or out; raise; atone for; put to the test; try; make trial of; test (v). be able to, get accomplished; take place; struggle; wrestle; take part in; move, affect; give; give something as recompense for something; pay; pay compensation; repay, requite; redeem; atone or pay for; suffer on account of (v). have claim to; own, have, possess; have in marriage; have the power to; have duty to; be married or related to; must, owe, be obligated, have to; have duty to; own, have, possess; have in marriage; have the power to; have claim to; be married or related to; must, owe, be obligated, have to; have fortune, fare; go, move, travel; behave, act (as); turn out, happen; receive, suffer; have in charge; cause; be the cause of; wield; have authority in (v). by, by means of; in spite of, against; in return, in retaliation; in the way; along the coast; along; along with; with; with (in the sense of bringing, carrying or forcing); with (in the sense of accompanying or togetherness); bringing, carrying; using; by means of; among; Answer Save. guilty; convicted; outlawed, condemned to outlawry; gutless, timid, 'without fortitude', pithless (adj), Gylfir (personal name), king in Sweden, name of a Viking. make empty; waste; spend; do away with, destroy; lay waste; make equal (in comparisons), cut even, equate; smooth, even out, tidy, trim; make great; gain fame, (mid.) hold, grasp, catch; wrestling, contest; provisions; breast; hold, grip, hold fast; keep, retain; steer, direct; protect; last, hold good, remain; hold, keep, possess; have; take; accept; wear; have intercourse with; bring, take, get; carry; hold to be true, believe; home, house, household; farming, farm, dwelling; estate; livestock (n), home; homeward; to(wards) the house (adv), homestead(s), courtyards of a house (pl. stream; pour; sprinkle; ladle; water; flow, trend; stand (firm); stay, remain; stick; rest, stop; befit, become; catch, overtake; get up; take up a position; stand in ranks; be in a place; remain valid; be in a specified condition; weigh; fluke of an anchor (ship/sailing term); spear (for throwing), pike, dart, shaft (m), foliage, often needles (of pine, etc.) service, employment; food; food and lodging, provisions; stay; abode; set (in a course), direct; set; seat; place, put; make; set up; establish; endow; hurl; adorn; set a price; evaluate, estimate, value (v). followers, party; help, support; guidance; following; following; party, followers; help, support; guidance; following; people; band of men, host; troops; herd; help, aid; food, upkeep; board, strake, hull, plank; side of a ship; table; rim; margin between rim and liquid; food; food and lodging, provisions; stay; abode; employment, service; for a long time; length (a long way) (adv). call up; speak, say, declare; utter; say in verse; recite; recite verse; utter a cry; greet, greeting; salute; summon; call upon, summon; invite, order, command; bid; offer; provide; challenge; threaten; call, call together, summon; go in a certain direction; turn to; advance; aim at (v)Â, call, name, give a name to, call on; promise; be called, be named; pray to (v), calling of witnesses, witness summons (f), can, be in a position to; be able to; may; could (v), capable of bearing arms; skilled in arms (adj), captain; leader; chieftain; chief, ruler (m). landed; describes one who has received a grant of land from a king; landloper; vagrant; unmarried man of no fixed abode (m), language; dialect; speech, talk; tale, story; information; discussion; conversation; proposition; season, period of time; measure; time, meal-time; case; cause (n), language; tongue; tongue of land at the meeting of two rivers (f). breast; grasp, catch, hold; wrestling, contest; provisions; Breidablik, the hall of the god Baldr (n), brethren of the boiling, those who eat together at the sacrificial feast (m pl), bridal veil; bowline, rope; line; linen headdress (f), bride's veil; flax; linen, linen garment (n), bridge; causeway built over swampy ground (f). speech; word; conversation; message; repute, fame, report; spend; waste; do away with, destroy; make empty; lay waste; spirit, creature, being; supernatural being (f), spirit; contest, competition; ardor, courage, spirits (f pl); natural ability; nature, characteristic quality, property (f), spit, small spit of land running into the sea; gravelly riverbank; sandbank; shoal (f), splint, sail pin (later luff) (ship/sailing term), split, make spring apart; spring up, burst forth; start, spring; sprout (v). aid, help; people; band of men, host; troops; following; herd; aim at; go in a certain direction; turn to; advance; call, call together, summon (v)Â. all over, in; over, across; past, through, throughout; round, about; concerning, as regards; during; at a point of time; allow, let, permit; put, place, set; concede, yield; leave, leave off; lose; cause to be done, command; behave (as if); declare; sound; have something done; dead, deceased; alone; (when placed after the noun it modifies. progress, pass (usually of time); move, go; dead; prominent man, great man, wealthy man, man of power (m), promise; call, name, give a name to, call on; be called, be named; pray to (v), promising; beautiful, handsome, fair to behold; likely, to be expected; hopeful (adj), promising; like, resembling; probable; likely; similar to; corresponding to, in accordance with (adj), pronounce, impose, decree; make, create (v), proper, fitting, becoming; deserving (adj), property, nature, characteristic quality; natural ability (f); spirits (f pl), prophetess, seeress; witch, sorceress, soothsayer (f), proposition; speech, talk; tale, story; information; language; dialect; discussion; conversation; season, period of time; measure; time, meal-time; case; cause (n). gaze, see; know of; perceive, understand; look; gentle, reasonable; easy, convenient, possible; comfortable; suitable, expedient; docile, affable; skillful, agile; get (as one's lot); receive; be allocated; result; be obliged to (v), get back; recover; claim; draw, summon (v). happen to (do); merchant, seaman, seafarer, sailor, trader (m), message; mission, errand; the result of one's mission. above, superior to; before, preceding; ahead, in front, first, at the head of (leading); at hand, present; along, against; ago; for, on behalf of; for, because of; by, by means of; in spite of, against; in return, in retaliation; in the way; along the coast; accept, receive; take, capture, catch, seize; take hold of, grasp, pick up; reach, touch; begin; undertake; choose; begin (with infin. infer; mark, draw; fix; mark as one's property; mark with an emblem; heed, mind; signify, mean; information; speech, talk; tale, story; language; dialect; discussion; conversation; proposition; season, period of time; measure; time, meal-time; case; cause (n), inhabitant or native of a country, countryman (m), inherit; throw a funeral feast; commemorate with a funeral feast (v), injury, misfortune; penalty, punishment, liability to penalty. cost; expense; choice, alternative; offer; chance, opportunity; money available; match, marriage; state, condition, quality; terms; count, reckon; consider, conclude; trace; number, enumerate; recount; declare; recite; tell, say; countryman; inhabitant or native of a country (m), courage, ability; advancement, benefit, profit; luck; fame, growth, success (m), courage; ability, skill, prowess; boldness, fearlessness, doughtiness (m), courage; contest, competition; spirit, ardor, courageous, bold, daring, or warlike man or woman; dauntless man, gallant fellow (term of endearment) (m), course, direction; meeting; appointment; summons (f), court; bodyguard of a king or earl; the king's men, retainers (f), courtyards of a house (pl. protect, defend; keep away; hold a place against, keep one away from; protection, help, aid; inspection; appearance, shape (f), protection, help, support, confidence (n). cause to be done, command; put, place, set; let, allow, permit; concede, yield; leave, leave off; lose; behave (as if); declare; sound; have something done; dead, deceased; cause, bring about; signify, amount to; wait in ambush, waylay; undergo, suffer; cause, condition; right, lawful claim; law; treaty (m). from without; outside (of); externally; beyond; without; from, out of; of; from inside of; made of; using (as material); with the material of; from, out of; with; concerning; because of (prep), full of people, populated, become peopled. roll (the eyes); throw; shoot; hop; launch (boat); room in which one sits, seat, raised wooden floor along the walls of a hall; residence(s) (pl), rope, bowline; line; bridal veil; linen headdress (f), rope, cable (ship/sailing term); scroll; bowstring (m), ropes; fastenings by which boats were tied together for battle (ship/sailing term) (n pl). straight, right, correct; just, fair; unswerving; direct; strake, board, hull, plank; side of a ship; table; food, upkeep; rim; margin between rim and liquid; stratum, position, layer; stab, thrust; fate (preordained fate); lay, order, disposition; stream (mid. summon; speak, say, declare; utter; say in verse; recite; recite verse; utter a cry; call up; greet, greeting; salute; summoning-days, days assigned by law on which summoning was to be done (m pl), summons; direction, course; meeting; appointment (f), sun tracking (following the course of the sun (adv), supernatural being; creature, being; spirit (f), supernatural strength; strength; might, power, ability; side(s) (n), support, help, protection, confidence (n). dawn, day, daylight (m); days, daylight hours, time (m pl); dawn; night (last part of the night before dawn) (f), day time, a roughly three hour time of the day beginning about 9:00 a.m.; breakfast time (n). be able to, get accomplished; struggle; wrestle; take part in; move, affect; take place; go, walk; advance; extend; go on, last; turn out; take up a position; stand (firm); stay, remain; stick; rest, stop; befit, become; catch, overtake; get up; stand in ranks; be in a place; remain valid; be in a specified condition; trend, flow; weigh; take, bring, get; have; hold, keep, possess; take; accept; wear; have intercourse with; carry; hold to be true, believe; take, capture, catch, seize; take hold of, grasp, pick up; reach, touch; begin; undertake; choose; accept, receive; begin (with infin. ); undertake; choose; accept, receive; come, arrive; reach; obtain; occur; come about; recover; comfortable; easy, convenient, possible; suitable, expedient; docile, affable; skillful, agile; gentle, reasonable; command, cause to be done; put, place, set; let, allow, permit; concede, yield; leave, leave off; lose; behave (as if); declare; sound; have something done; dead, deceased; command, invite, order; bid; offer; provide; challenge; threaten; call upon, summon; command, steer, direct, rule, govern; manage; wield; own; swing; commemorate with a funeral feast; inherit; throw a funeral feast (v), common sense, human intelligence; intelligence (n), community, district; troop; band, company; region (f pl); group or body of men (f), companion, friend, partner, comrade, fellow (m), companion; host (m); host, company (m pl), company, band; troop; region; community, district (f pl); group or body of men (f), company, host (m pl); host; companion (m). 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