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fódder

  • noun [ neuter ]
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fódder, fóddor, fóddur, fóder, fódor; gen. fódres; dat. fódre; n.
FODDER, dry food for cattle, hay, corn, provender, food generally; jūmenti pābŭlum, fœnum, ĕdūlium, pābŭlum, esca, victus
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  • Ða ungesceádwísan neát ne wilniaþ nánes óðres feós to eácan ðam fódre

    the irrational cattle desire no other wealth in addition to the fodder,

    • Bt. 14, 2
    • ;
    • Fox 44, 23.
  • Wolde syllan his assan fóddur

    ut dăret jūmento pābŭlum,

    • Gen. 42, 27.
  • Fódder neátum

    fœnum jumentis,

    • Ps. Th. 103, 13.
  • We fódder horsum úrum habbaþ

    pābŭla ĕquis nostris hăbēmus,

    • Coll. Monast. Th. 31, 29.
  • Fóddur,

    • Ps. Th. 77, 20
    • ; [mettas, Ps. Spl. 77, 21
    ]

    ut pĕtĕrent escas anĭmābus suis.

    Fóddor,
    • Exon. 96a
    • ;
    • Th. 357, 28
    • ;
    • Pa. 35.
  • Fódor,

    • Runic pm. 25
    • ;
    • Kmbl. 344, 17
    • ;
    • Hick. Thes. i. 135, 49.
  • Brúceþ fódres

    has an enjoyment of food,

    • Runic pm. 28
    • ;
    • Kmbl. 345, 6
    • ;
    • Hick. Thes. i. 135, 55.
  • Gif ðam ðe ðæs beþurfe fýr and fóddor

    let him give fire and food to him who needs it,

    • L. Pen. 15
    • ;
    • Th. ii. 282, 26.
a case from which anything is fed, a case, cover, sheath; thāca = θήκη
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  • Fódder

    thēca,

    • Ælfc. Gl 53
    • ;
    • Som. 66, 68
    • ;
    • Wrt. Voc. 35, 54.
    v. boge*-*fódder.
Etymology
[
Laym. fodder, uodder fodder, meat
:
Plat. foder, voder, voer
:
Dut. voeder, voér, n. fodder, provender
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Ger. futter, n
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M. H. Ger. vuoter, n
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O. H. Ger. fuotar, n
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Goth. fódr, n. a sheath
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Dan. Swed. foder, foer, n
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Icel. fóðr, n. pābŭlum.
]
Similar entries
v. fóðer.
Linked entries
v.  FÓÐER fóter.
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