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Usage on blogs suggest that it's plausible (e.g. 'gleðikona verður afturbatapíka! enn gerast undur og stórmerki.' — 'prostitute becomes "convalescent virgin"! miracles and wonders still happen!'), and the only Google Books hit is a dictionary, which could be very useful — but that it's restricted content. — Beobach972 20:39, 1 July 2009 (UTC)
- the 1963 dictionary by Árni Böðvarsson, Íslensk orðabók handa skólum og almenningi; page 13:
- Cross posting from my talk page
- A quick Google search provides an epistle from a newspaper showing professional usage; two headlines of blog entries showing colloquial and vernacular usage (as well as usage on varius fora) and its declension is listed on the inflection lookup of the University of Iceland, resulting in academic verification. I believe that's sufficient. --BiT 00:12, 16 December 2010 (UTC)