f. sound, voice (heitir ok rödd ómun); ómun þverr, my voice fails me.
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f. an obsol. poët. word, voice, sound; see óman or ómun; this word may be akin to önd, cp. Goth. ahma; it is spelt omvn, Skv. 1. 71 (Bugge); omun, Edda i. 544.
= aman, [ama], a teasing, vexation.

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