As defined by the Cleasby & Vigfusson Old Norse to English dictionary:
brigzla Old Norse word can mean:
- að, (derived from brigð and bregða), to upbraid, with dat. of the person and thing; b. oss því, at vér …, Fms. ii. 227; honum sé því brigzlat, that it be thrown in his teeth, Fær. 100, Al. 2: with acc. of the thing (rare), Stj. 42, Anecd. 30: in mod. use, b. e-m um e-t, Mar. 153 (Fr.): absol., b. e-m ok hæða, Mar. l. c.
- II. medic. of broken bones (brixla saman) when they are only rudely healed.
Possible runic inscription in Younger Futhark:ᛒᚱᛁᚴᛋᛚᛅ
Younger Futhark runes were used from 8th to 12th centuries in Scandinavia and their overseas settlements
- absolute, absolutely.
- French in etymologies.
- l. c.
- loco citato.
- medicine, medically.
Works & Authors cited:
- Alexanders Saga. (G. I.)
- Anecdoton. (H. II.)
- Fornmanna Sögur. (E. I.)
- Fritzner’s Dictionary, 1867.
- Færeyinga Saga. (E. II.)
- Maríu Saga. (F. III.)
- Stjórn. (F. I.)
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This headword also appears in dictionaries of other languages descending from Old Norse.