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fær-riht

  • noun [ neuter ]
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fær-riht, es; n.
Due payment for passage, fare
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  • Ðá cwæð hé : " Gif þú hæfst ꝥ færriht (færeht, v. l.), ne forwyrnþ þé heora ǽnig. " Ðá cwæð ic tó him : " Bróðor, næbbe ic nán færriht (færeht, v. l.) tó syllanne, ac ic wille faran and án þǽra scypa ástígan "

    then said he: "If you have the fare, not one of them will refuse you." Then said I to him : " Brother, I haven't any fare to give, but I want to go and to embark on one of those ships, "

      Hml. S. 23 b, 352.
  • Cf. fær-sceatt.
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v.  fær-eht.
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  • fær-riht, n.