áttavilltur

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Icelandic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From átta (of directions, of the points of a compass) the genitive plural of átt (a direction, a point of a compass) and villtur (lost).

Adjective[edit]

áttavilltur (comparative áttavilltari, superlative áttavilltastur)

  1. bewildered, disoriented, having lost one's bearings
    Ég er áttavilltur.
    I have lost my bearings.

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