pottur

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From Old Norse pottr (pot, tub, basin), from Proto-Germanic *puttaz (pot, jar, tub). Cognate with Old English pott (pot). More at pot.

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pottur m (genitive singular potts, nominative plural pottar)

  1. a pot
  2. a pot, a pool of money
  3. (bathing) a hot tub, a small extra pool like a hot spring alongside a swimming pool
  4. a liter, especially of milk

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