dynja 1 (short stem) “thunder, crack, resound”

“whoosh; gush, pour”

intransitive/impersonal intransitive

active voice
present indicative present subjunctive
1sg ek dyn 1pl vér dynjum 1sg ek dynja 1pl vér dynim
2sg þú dynr 2pl þér dynið 2sg þú dynir 2pl þér dynið
3sg hon dynr 3pl þau dynja 3sg hon dyni 3pl þau dyni
preterite indicative preterite subjunctive
1sg ek dunða 1pl vér dunðum 1sg ek dynða 1pl vér dynðim
2sg þú dunðir 2pl þér dunðuð 2sg þú dynðir 2pl þér dynðið
3sg hon dunði 3pl þau dunðu 3sg hon dynði 3pl þau dynði
preterite infinitive dunðu
past participle f. dun(i)ð m. dun(i)ðr n. dun(i)t
imperative 2sg dyn 1pl dynjum 2pl dynið
middle voice: dynjask
present indicative present subjunctive
1sg ek dynjumk 1pl vér dynjumk 1sg ek dynjumk 1pl vér dynimk
2sg þú dynsk 2pl þér dynizk 2sg þú dynisk 2pl þér dynizk
3sg hon dynsk 3pl þau dynjask 3sg hon dynisk 3pl þau dynisk
preterite indicative preterite subjunctive
1sg ek dunðumk 1pl vér dunðumk 1sg ek dynðumk 1pl vér dynðimk
2sg þú dunðisk 2pl þér dunðuzk 2sg þú dynðisk 2pl þér dynðizk
3sg hon dunðisk 3pl þau dunðusk 3sg hon dynðisk 3pl þau dynðisk
past participle n. dun(i)zk
imperative 2sg dynsk 1pl dynjumk 2pl dynizk

PG *dunjaną, OE dynian, ME dinen, MnE din. Cf. Latin tonāre. Preterite variant dundi.

Corpus search: present active / preterite active / present reflexive / preterite reflexive

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