þáttur

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Icelandic[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Old Norse þáttr, from Proto-Germanic *þēhtuz.

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Noun[edit]

þáttur m (genitive singular þáttar, nominative plural þættir)

  1. thread, strand
  2. a chapter, section (of a book)
  3. (literature) a short story, episode, especially referring to the ones written in medieval Iceland (see Wikipedia)
  4. act (section of a play)
  5. (music) movement
  6. episode, act (a short play, etc.)
  7. episode (of a television or radio series, etc.)
  8. a serial story or play; a series
  9. a television sketch
  10. share, part in some activity
  11. constituent, component, factor
  12. (mathematics) factor (any of various objects multiplied together to form some whole)

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  • (factor in mathematics): liður

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