Declension of Old Norse Nouns

Old Norse is classical North Germanic language used from roughly 1150 to 1350. Its predecessor is Old Scandinavian, from which West Scandinavian (later known as Old Norse) and East Scandinavian developed (C.f. Runic Swedish). Nouns are declined in four grammatical cases – nominative, accusative, genitive and dative – in singular and plural numbers.

Decline Old Norse Nouns

Fill in the noun in its glossary look-up form.
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See also: Conjugate Old Norse verbs