feginn


feginn
adj.
радостный, обрадованный, счастливый

verða feginn — обрадоваться

* * *
п. рад
д-а. fægen (а. fain), д-в-н. gi-fago; к fagna

Old Norse-ensk orðabók. 2013.

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  • fain — I. adjective Etymology: Middle English fagen, fayn, from Old English fægen; akin to Old English gefēon to rejoice, Old High German gifehan, Old Norse feginn happy Date: before 12th century 1. archaic happy, pleased 2. archaic inclined, desirous …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Isländische Aussprache — Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Betonung 2 Vokale 3 Konsonanten 4 Besonderheiten in der Aussprache 5 Anmerkungen …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Wikingerzeit — Chronik (kleine Auswahl) 793 Wikingerüberfall auf das Kloster von Lindisfarne 795 Beginn der Überfälle auf Irland (Inishmurray) 799 Beginn der Überfälle auf das Reich der Franken 830 erneute Wikingerüberfälle auf England 840 erst …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • fain — /fayn/, adv. 1. gladly; willingly: He fain would accept. adj. 2. content; willing: They were fain to go. 3. Archaic. constrained; obliged: He was fain to obey his Lord. 4. Archaic. glad; pleased. 5. Archaic. desirous; eager. [bef. 900; ME; OE… …   Universalium

  • fain — O.E. fægen, fagen glad, cheerful, happy, joyful, rejoicing, from a common Germanic root (Cf. O.S. fagan, O.N. feginn glad, O.H.G. faginon, Goth. faginon to rejoice ), perhaps from PIE *pek to make pretty. As an adverb, from c.1200 …   Etymology dictionary

  • fain — /feɪn/ (say fayn) –adverb 1. Archaic (only with would, followed by simple infinitive) gladly; willingly: I would fain be with you. –adjective Obsolete 2. (followed by an infinitive) content; willing: fain to accompany you. 3. constrained; obliged …   Australian English dictionary

  • pek̂-1, pēk̂ -, pōk̂ - —     pek̂ 1, pēk̂ , pōk̂     English meaning: to make pretty; to be joyful     Deutsche Übersetzung: etwa “hũbsch machen, aufgeräumt or vergnũgt sein”     Material: O.H.G. gifehan, O.E. gefēon ‘sich freuen”; O.S. O.H.G. fehōn “consume”, O.H.G.… …   Proto-Indo-European etymological dictionary

  • fain — [fān] adj. [ME joyful, joyfully < OE fægen, glad, akin to ON feginn < IE base * pek , to be satisfied > FAIR1] Archaic 1. glad; ready 2. reluctantly willing 3. eager adv. Archaic with eagerness; gladly: used with would [he would fain… …   English World dictionary


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