spegel

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Norwegian Nynorsk[edit]

Spegel

Etymology[edit]

From Old Norse spegill.

Noun[edit]

spegel m (definite singular spegelen; indefinite plural speglar; definite plural speglane)

  1. mirror
    Det hang speglar på veggene.
    Mirrors were hanging on the walls.

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Swedish[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

Old Swedish speghil, cognate with German Spiegel, from Middle Low German spegel and Medieval Latin speglum, based on Latin speculum.

Noun[edit]

spegel c

  1. a mirror; a smooth reflecting surface
  2. something flat and smooth, resembling a mirror (e.g. the surface of a lake)
  3. a (moral) guideline, used for correcting errors, similar to a mirror

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