eind

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From einde with apocope of the final -e.

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eind n (plural einden, diminutive eindje n)

  1. end
  2. distance

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Etymology[edit]

From einn (one) +‎ (abstract noun suffix), literally "oneth" or "oneness", with a similar structure as Swedish enhet, Dutch eenheid, German Einheit.

Noun[edit]

eind f (genitive singular eindar, nominative plural eindir)

  1. unit
  2. (physics) a particle
  3. (algebra) a unit; (an element that is invertible with respect to ring multiplication)

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