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ok conj

1. and; bæði ok, both and (b er hann vitr ok framgjarn);
2. in comparison, as, and; sami maðr ok áðr, the same man as before; nú fór Svíum allt á eina leið ok Dönum, it went with the Swedes in the same way as with the Danes; þat er mjök sundrleitt (úlíkt) ok kristnir menn gøra, it differs much from what Christians do;
3. of an adversative character, and yet, but (hann var særðr mörgum sárum ok engum stórum);
4. introducing the apodosis, then = þá; esp in the old laws; ef sá maðr (etc) , ok verðr hann útlagr, then he shall pay;
5. used for the relative particle 'er'; at höllu hann kom ok átti �ms faðir, which belonged to Im's father; Geirröðr konungr átti þá son, ok hét Agnarr, who was called A;
6. also (hann heyrir ok þat, er gras vex á jörðu)

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