"eignuð" meaning in Old Norse

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Verb

Head templates: {{head|non|participle form}} eignuð
  1. inflection of eignaðr:
    strong feminine nominative singular
    Tags: feminine, form-of, nominative, participle, singular, strong
    Sense id: en-eignuð-non-verb-5yodFpnq Categories (other): Old Norse entries with incorrect language header Disambiguation of Old Norse entries with incorrect language header: 56 44
  2. inflection of eignaðr:
    strong neuter nominative/accusative plural
    Tags: accusative, form-of, neuter, nominative, participle, plural, strong
    Sense id: en-eignuð-non-verb-9MbmX8uX

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