Old Danish Dictionary - stik

Meaning of Old Danish word "Stik", as defined by Otto Kalkar's Dictionary of Old Danish language.

The Old Danish word Stik can mean:

  • no. (sv stick, t stich) ]) stik- kende smærte, sting; compunctio laterum, sidestick, stick vdi siderne. Btym 1014; (1629). DS V. 66 (ovf. III 834225); styng. sst. — 2) bitter- hed, spids; dicterium, stick udi ord oc tale. Etym 302, 186 (ovf. III 75426); NL 264. — 3) punkt? vj schulle dig Jære loffuen thill prich, en krog paa huer cappitel och stieh, TK 72. Jf BW IV. 1021: stik. — 4) holde s. (tstich halten,jf

Possible runic inscription in Medieval Futhork:ᛋᛏᛁᚴ
Medieval Runes were used in Denmark from 12th to 17th centuries.

Abbreviations used:

grad (gradus).
intetkøn (nevbram).
navneord (substantivum).

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