galdur

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Etymology[edit]

From Old Norse galdr, from Proto-Germanic *galdraz, related to gala ‎(archaic meaning; to chant spells, to sing spells) from the Old English gealdor, galdor.

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Noun[edit]

galdur m ‎(genitive singular galdurs, nominative plural galdrar)

  1. magic, sorcery, witchcraft syn.
  2. a conjuring trick, a trick syn.
  3. (archaic) a song almost always in relation to a charm or spell

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