Farinn

Old Icelandic Dictionary - farinn

Meaning of Old Icelandic word "farinn" in English.

As defined by A Concise Dictionary of Old Icelandic (Geir Zoëga):

farinn Old Icelandic word can mean:

farinn
pp.
farinn
1) gone, undone;
farinn
þá er farnir vóru forstöðumenn Troju, when the defenders of Troy were dead and gone;
farinn
hans tafl var mjök svá farit, his gaine was almost lost;
farinn
~ af sulti ok mœði, famished and exhausted;
farinn
~ at e-u, destitute of (~ at vistum, lausafé);
farinn
tungl farit, a ‘dead’ moon, new moon;
farinn
sól var skamt farin, the sun was little advaned, not long risen;
farinn
þá var dagr alljós ok sól farin, broad day and the sun high in the sky;
farinn
2) so and so conditioned;
farinn
vel andlits ~, vel ~ í andliti, well-favoured;
farinn
mjök aldri ~, stricken in years;
farinn
vel orði (or orðum) ~, well-spoken, eloquent;
farinn
impers., e-m, er e-n veg farit, one is so and so;
farinn
er eigi einn veg farit úgæfu okkar, our ill-luck is not of one piece;
farinn
veðri var þannig farit, at, the weather was such that;
farinn
hversu landinu er farit, what the condition of the country is;
farinn
henni er þannig farit, at hón er mikil ey, löng, (viz. the island) is so shaped that it is large and long;
farinn
fig., of disposition, character;
farinn
er honum vel farit, he is a well-disposed man;
farinn
þeim var úlíkt farit at mörgu, they were unlike in many respects;
farinn
undarliga er yðr farit, ye are strange men;
farinn
adding the prep. til: nú er annan veg til farit, now matters are altered;
farinn
nú er svá til farit, at ek vil, now the case is, that I wish;
farinn
3) á förnum vegi, on the high-road (ef maðr andast á förnum vegi);
farinn
hann kom heim af förnum vegi, from a journey.

Possible runic inscription in Younger Futhark:ᚠᛅᚱᛁᚾᚾ

Abbreviations used:

e-u
einhverju.
e-m
einhverjum.
impers.
impersonal.
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