Dictionary > Fodiiz
(POGGLE, p. 1096)
adj. hoar, hoary; venerable; weathered by age
adv. venerably, in a hoary manner
n. hoar, hoarfrost
v. to make or become hoary; to age or grow venerable
Nonvul Bron, dahmaan daar rok do fin Fodiiz Bormah – Kendov krif ok kosill Vokul, nuz kaal Gaar ok jun kosill niin nau ok hokoron.
Noble Nord, remember these words of the Hoar Father – the warrior fights his inner evils, but the king unleashes them on his enemies.
(Word Wall for Gaar, Cyclone)
Occurs only in the epithet fodiiz bormah ‘Hoar Father’ found in several Word Walls, possibly in reference to either Ysgramor or Tsun.
Possibly a compound of fo ‘frost’ and iiz ‘ice’, referring to something or someone who is weathered, ancient, and almost part of the land.