þys

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Etymology[edit]

From Old Norse þyssa (uproar, tumult), from Proto-Germanic *þausōną (to surge, roar, flow), related to German tosen (to roar, rage), Old English þys (tempest, storm).

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Noun[edit]

þys m (genitive singular þyss, no plural)

  1. din, rumpus

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