tundhö (noun): corpse; carrion.
“I almost tripped over a corpse in the corridor”
tundhö is originally a borrowing from High Eolic tund ‘corpse’, but has also come to mean ‘carrion’ more generally (i.e. dead or rotting flesh eaten by birds such as vultures). It carries a slightly pejorative connotation when used to refer to a dead body as opposed to the word mawch ‘body’ (which is more neutral or respectful).