nót

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See also: not, nöt, nøt, nốt, Not, and NOT

Icelandic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

The words net (a net) and nót are kindred, and are derived from a lost strong verb (a, ó). It may be from that the Icelandic term njóta (to enjoy) is derived from the same root.

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Particularly: “dubious, needs checking”

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

nót f (genitive singular nótar, nominative plural nætur or nótir)

  1. a net; especially one used to catch seals
  2. slot, groove

Declension[edit]