broddur

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From Old Norse broddr, from Proto-Germanic *bruzdaz.

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broddur m (genitive singular brodds, nominative plural broddar)

  1. point, spike
  2. (of insects) spike, sting
  3. (uncountable) colostrum (type of milk)
    • Song Heima from Baldur
      Hæfilega heitan brodd, heimalningnum gefur.
      He feeds the lamb warm milk.

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