nafn


nafn
n. -a- (тж. namn), pl. nǫfn
1) имя

at nafni — по имени

í nafni e-sот чьего-л. имени

2) звание, титул
* * *
с. ср. р. -a- имя
д., нор. navn, ш. namn, ср. г. namō, д-а. nama (а. name), д-в-н. namo (н. Name); к гр. ónoma, лат. nomen, р. имя

Old Norse-ensk orðabók. 2013.

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