hartkorn

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Norwegian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Danish, in actuality from hardt (hard) + corn (cereal).

Noun[edit]

hartkorn n

  1. (idiomatic, archaic) Used of rye, barley and wheat (distinct from oats) which was used historically in agrarian taxation in Denmark.

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