drottinn

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From Old Norse dróttinn (lord, leader), from drótt (people, tribe, nation).

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drottinn m (genitive singular drottins, nominative plural drottnar)

  1. lord, master, ruler
  2. (often capitalized) the Lord, god, Christ
    Drottinn blessi þig.
    May the Lord bless you.

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