träda

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Etymology 1[edit]

Noun[edit]

träda c

  1. fallow
    att låta halfva åkerjorden årligen ligga i träda, utan att lämna någon afkastning
    to let half of the fields each year lie fallow, without yielding any crop
    Den del af trädan, som skall vårsås
    The part of the fallow, to be spring-sown

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Etymology 2[edit]

From Middle Low German treden, from Old Saxon, from Proto-Germanic *tredaną, *trudaną. Cf. also the now dialectal doublet tråda, from Old Norse.

Verb[edit]

träda

  1. to tread, to walk, to step
    träda i kraft
    to come into effect
  2. to thread (pearls on a string), commonly contracted to trä
  3. to plow (a fallow)

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