sléttur

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Icelandic[edit]

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From Old Norse sléttr, from Proto-Germanic *slihtaz.

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sléttur (comparative sléttari, superlative sléttastur)

  1. level, flat syn.
  2. smooth syn.
  3. even, equal; (of equal value) syn.
  4. (arithmetic, not comparable) even; (leaving no remainder when divided by 2) syn.

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