fasan

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Norwegian Bokmål[edit]

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From Ancient Greek φασιανός (phasianós).

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fasan m (definite singular fasanen, indefinite plural fasaner, definite plural fasanene)

  1. a pheasant

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Norwegian Nynorsk[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek φασιανός (phasianós).

Noun[edit]

fasan m (definite singular fasanen, indefinite plural fasanar, definite plural fasanane)

  1. a pheasant

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fasan m (genitive fasain, plural fasanan)

  1. fashion
    A bheil gorm san fhasan no às an fhasan am bliadhna? ― Is blue in fashion or out of fashion this year?

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Swedish[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

Spelled phasshan by Risingh in 1671, pluralized as phasanter by Asteropherus in 1609. Borrowing from German Fasan, from Latin phāsiānus, from Ancient Greek φασιανός (ὄρνις) (phasianós (órnis), bird of the river Φᾶσις (Phâsis)).

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fasan c

  1. pheasant (a bird of family Phasianidae, often hunted for food)
  2. definite singular of fasa

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fasan (plural fasans)

  1. pheasant (bird family Phasianidae)

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