sefa

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Icelandic[edit]

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sefa (weak verb, third-person singular past indicative sefaði, supine sefað)

  1. to soothe

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sefa f

  1. pleasure
  2. tranquility

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Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *sebô (mind, sense), from Proto-Indo-European *sep- (to try, research). Cognate with Old Saxon sevo, Old Norse sefi, Latin sapiō.

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sefa m (nominative plural sefan)

  1. (poetic) spirit, heart, mind
    Ealle þa gemoniað mōdes fūsne sefan to sīþe
    All these things urge he who is eager of spirit to travel. (The Seafarer)

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