vǫllr

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See also: vollur, völlur, vøllur, and Völlur

Old Norse[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *walþuz (forest). Cognate with Old English weald, wald, Old Frisian wald, Old Saxon wald, Old High German wald.

Noun[edit]

vǫllr m (genitive vallar, plural vellir)

  1. field, flat ground, meadow

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