tyngd

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Etymology 1[edit]

past participle of tynga.

Adjective[edit]

tyngd

  1. under mental strain; being seriously bothered by something

Etymology 2[edit]

From Old Swedish thyngd (Old Norse þyngd), from Proto-Germanic *þungiþō, which is derived from Proto-Germanic *þunguz “heavy” (Old Norse þungr). Cognate with Danish tyngde and Norwegian tyngde. See also tung.

Noun[edit]

tyngd c

  1. (uncountable) weight; a force on an object due to the gravitational attraction
  2. weight; a disc of iron, dumbbell, or barbell used for training the muscles.
  3. weight; importance
    Eftersom han är en stor auktoritet på området så har hans argument stor tyngd i frågan.
    As he is a great authority in the area his arguments does have great weight in the question at hand.
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