abonnement + -s- + pris, first part from French abonnement (“subscription”), from both abonner (“subscribe”), from Old French aboner + and the suffix -ment, from Middle French -ment, from Old French -ment, from Latin mente, ablative singular of mēns (“mind, intellect, reason”), from Proto-Italic *mentis, from Proto-Indo-European *méntis (“thought”), from *men- (“to think, mind”) + *-tis (derives abstract/action nouns from verb roots). Last part from Old Norse príss, from Middle Low German pris, from Old French preis, pris (“price”), from Latin pretium (“worth, price; money spent; wage, reward”), from Proto-Italic *pretjom, from Proto-Indo-European *per- (“before, in front; first”).
- a subscription price (agreed price for regular delivery of goods or services)
- 1931 June 20, Ludvig Saxe, A-magasinet, page 7:
- annonsemengden øker og abonnementsprisen går ned
- the amount of ads increases and the subscription price decreases
- 2015 February 25, Aftenposten, page 7:
- man [kan] velge om man vil strømme bøker mot en fast abonnementspris eller bare laste ned en enkelttittel
- you [can] choose whether you want to stream books for a fixed subscription price or just download a single title