fórn

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Icelandic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Norse fórn, from Proto-Germanic *fōrīniz, from *fōrijaną (whence Icelandic færa (to move; to bring, offer, give)).

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Noun[edit]

fórn f (genitive singular fórnar, nominative plural fórnir)

  1. offering, sacrifice (something offered in worship)
  2. sacrifice (the act of sacrificing something in worship)
  3. sacrifice (contribution or service to a goal or cause at a significant personal cost)

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