kjósa


kjósa
v. сильн. II; praes. kýs; praet. kaus, køri и keyri; pl. kusum и kurum; conj. kysa; pp. kosinn, kørinn
1) выбирать
* * *
гл. сильн. II выбирать
г. kiusan, д-а. cēosan (а. choose), д-в-н. kiosаn (н. kiesen), ш. tjusa очаровывать

Old Norse-ensk orðabók. 2013.

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