-ferdig

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See also: ferdig and fertig

Norwegian[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From ferdig (ready), from Old Norse ferðugr, probably influenced by Middle Low German verdich, in reality "ready for ferd (travel)", from Old Norse ferð, related to fare (travel)

Suffix[edit]

-ferdig

  1. Used for making adjectives from nouns: the quality of being ready for.
  2. Used for making adjectives from nouns: being imbued with the quality of.
  3. Used for making adjectives from adjectives: the quality of being inclined to be what the first part mentions.
  4. Used for making adjectives from verbs: the quality of being ready to or on the verge of.
Derived terms[edit]
adjectives from nouns (ready for)
adjectives from nouns (imbued)
adjectives from adjectives (inclined to be)
adjectives from verbs (ready to)

Etymology 2[edit]

Related to ferdighet (skill, ability), also før (able)

Suffix[edit]

-ferdig

  1. Used for making adjectives from nouns: the quality of being skillful with regards to.
  2. Used for making adjectives from verbs: the quality of being able to.
adjectives from nouns
adjectives from verbs

References[edit]

  • -ferdig entry Dokumentasjonsprosjektet (Bokmålsordboka/Nynorskordboka)