nolla

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Finnish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Cognate with Swedish noll (zero), German null (zero), Russian ноль (zero), all ultimately derived from Latin nullus (none).

Numeral[edit]

nolla

  1. (cardinal) zero

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Noun[edit]

nolla

  1. digit zero
  2. good-for-nothing (person of little worth or usefulness)
  3. (electricity) neutral (electrical terminal or conductor which has zero or close to zero voltage with respect to the ground)

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin nullus.

Cardinal number[edit]

nolla

  1. (cardinal, Surmiran, Puter, Vallader) zero

Swedish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From the digit noll (zero)

Noun[edit]

nolla c

  1. a zero; the symbol, or digit, "0".
  2. a zero (of a scale)
  3. a loser, nobody
  4. a person who recently started university or gymnasium, and have not yet been "introduced" to the school by the older students; person taking part, as a new student, in an orientation week

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Verb[edit]

nolla (present nollar, preterite nollade, supine nollat, imperative nolla)

  1. to reset, to calibrate to zero
  2. to haze (initiate a new student, called nolla, noun)

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reset
haze

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