báðir

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Faroese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Norse báðir, from Proto-Germanic *bai-. Cognate with English both, German and Dutch beide (both), Swedish både, båda, Danish både.

Adjective[edit]

báðir m pl (feminine plural báðar, neuter plural bæði)

  1. both (used to refer to two or more men)
    Teir eru báðir skemtiligir.
    They're both fun.

Icelandic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Norse báðir, from Proto-Germanic *bai-. Cognate with English both, German and Dutch beide (both), Swedish både, båda, Danish både.

Adjective[edit]

báðir m pl (feminine plural báðar, neuter plural bæði)

  1. both (used to refer to two or more men)
    Þeir eru báðir skemmtilegir.
    They're both fun.

Derived terms[edit]