From Old Norse þrá (“a throe; struggle; longing”), from Proto-Germanic *þrawō (“grief; pain; threat”). More at throe.
þrá f (genitive singular þrár, nominative plural þrár)
- a desire, a yearning
þrá (weak verb, third-person singular past indicative þráði, supine þráð)
- to desire, to yearn, to long
- to want or to desire sexually
- Ég þrái þig.
- I want you.
- strong feminine nominative singular of þrár
- strong neuter nominative plural of þrár
- strong neuter accusative plural of þrár