From Old Norse spinna, from Proto-Germanic *spinnaną. Compare Swedish and Icelandic spinna, Norwegian spinne, English spin, Dutch and German spinnen.
spinde (imperative spind, present spinder, past spandt, past participle n spundet, c spunden, pl spundne)
- spin (to make yarn)
- purr (of a cat, to make a vibrating sound in its throat)
From English spin. Related to the previous term.
spinde (imperative spind, infinitive at spinde, present tense spinder, past tense spandt, past participle er/har spundet)
- spin (to turn around quickly)
- (rare) fishing with a spinner
- singular past indicative and subjunctive of spinnen