hlaupa


hlaupa
v. сильн. VII; praes. hleyp, pl. hlaupum; praet. hljóp, pl. hljópum (н-и. hlupum); conj. hlypa, hlœpa; pp. hlaupinn, neut. hlaupit
1) прыгать, скакать

hann hljóp meirr en hæð sína með ǫllum herklæðum ok eigi skemra aptr en fram fyrir sik — он мог подпрыгнуть в полном вооружении больше чем на высоту своего роста и прыгал назад не хуже, чем вперед, Nj. 19

hljópu þeir á hesta sína — они вскочили на коней, Nj. 150

hlaupa fyrir borð, útbyrðis — прыгать за борт

2) бежать, бегать, = renna

þeir hlaupa eptir, en hann kemst á skóg undan — они побежали следом, но он скрылся в лесу, Nj. 87

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гл. сильн. VII бежать, прыгать, налетать
г. -hlaupan, д-а. hlēараn (а. 1еар прыгать), д-в-н. hloufan (н. laufen), ш. löpa, д. løbe, нор. løре

Old Norse-ensk orðabók. 2013.

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