latr

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Old Norse[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *lataz, whence also the Old English læt (slow, sluggish, late), Old High German laz (slow, lazy).

Adjective[edit]

latr (comparative latari, superlative latastr)

  1. lazy, slow
    Latr ok ó-hlýðinn.
    Lazy and disobedient.
    Ek er latr.
    I'm lazy.

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