Rinna
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Rinna

Elfdalian

Etymology

From Old Norse rinna, from Proto-Germanic *rinnan?.

Verb

rinna

  1. to flow, to run (of liquid)

Inflection


Gothic

Romanization

rinna

  1. Romanization of

Old Frisian

Verb

rinna

  1. Alternative spelling of renna

Old Norse

Etymology

From Proto-Germanic *rinnan?, whence also Old English rinnan, Old Saxon rinnan, Old High German rinnan, Gothic (rinnan).

Verb

rinna

  1. (intransitive, of liquid) to flow, run
  2. (intransitive) to run (move quickly)
  3. (intransitive) to melt

Descendants

  • Danish: rinde
  • Faroese: renna (via Old West Norse variant renna)
  • Icelandic: renna (via Old West Norse variant renna)

Old Swedish

Etymology

From Old Norse rinna, from Proto-Germanic *rinnan?.

Verb

rinna

  1. to run (move quickly)
  2. to flow, to run (of liquid)

Conjugation

Descendants


Swedish

Etymology

From Old Swedish rinna, from Old Norse rinna, from Proto-Germanic *rinnan?.

Pronunciation

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Verb

rinna (present rinner, preterite rann, supine runnit, imperative rinn)

  1. (of liquid) to flow, to run

Conjugation

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