Eyndill meaning

(intransitive, rare, UK dialectal, Scotland) To be or become jealous.
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Origin of eyndill

  • Origin obscure. Probably from a frequentative form of eind, aynd (“to breathe”), equivalent to eind +‎ -le, related to onde (“to breathe”). Compare also Old English andian (“to envy, be envious or jealous”). More at onde.

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