þraut

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Etymology[edit]

From Old Norse þraut, from Proto-Germanic *þrautō, *þrautą (complaint, annoyance, struggle, swink).

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Noun[edit]

þraut f (genitive singular þrautar, nominative plural þrautir)

  1. a trial, a difficult test
  2. a puzzle syn.
  3. (plural only) pain

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