Old Swedish Dictionary - anöghia

Meaning of Old Swedish word "anöghia" (or anøghia) in Swedish.

As defined by K.F Söderwall's dictionary of Medieval Swedish:

anöghia (anøghia)
åtnöjas. opersonl. med dat. " satte han os swa dana wisso at os anögde" SD NS 1: 147 (1402). " i them werdhom som mik fullelika wäl anögher" ib 162 (1402). ib370 (1404) o. s. v. äpter ene nämdh som allom ägandom aa nöger SD 5: 699 (1347, gammal afskr.). Jfr atnöghia.

Orthography: Early Old Swedish used different letters for ä and ö, so anöghia may have also been written as anøghia

Part of speech: vb

Grammatical aspect: v.

Alternative forms or notes:
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Possible runic inscription in Medieval Futhork:ᛆᚿᚯᚵᚼᛁᛆ
Medieval Runes were used in Sweden from 12th to 17th centuries.

Works and authors cited:

Svenskt Diplomatarium. Bd 6 s. 265--584. 1916--21. Bd 8 s. 1--272. 1953.
(Svenskt Diplomatarium. Ny Serie.) Svenskt Diplomatarium från och med år 1401. Bd 3. Utg. genom C. Silfverstolpe. 1885--1902. -- Bd 4 s. 1--240. Utg. genom K. H. Karlsson. 1903--1904.
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