fáni

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Icelandic[edit]

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From Old Norse fáni, from Proto-Germanic *fanô. Confer the Latin pannus (a cloth; a rag; a garment), German Fahne (the flag of a nation, organisation, etc; a banner) from Middle High German vano / van, from Old High German fano (a flag), from the Germanic root *fanō (cloth, flag), from Proto-Indo-European *pān (fabric) and the English vane from the Old English fana (a flag).

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fáni m (genitive singular fána, nominative plural fánar)

  1. a flag
    Íslenski fáninn.
    Flag of Iceland.

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