betäcka

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Swedish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Swedish bethækkia, from Middle Low German bedecken, from Old Saxon *bithekkian, from Proto-Germanic *biþakjaną, equivalent to be- +‎ täcka. Cognate with Danish bedække, Norwegian Bokmål bedekke, Norwegian Nynorsk bedekke, bedekka, bedekkje, bedekkja, Dutch bedekken, English bethatch, German bedecken.

Verb[edit]

betäcka (present betäcker, preterite betäckte, supine betäckt, imperative betäck)

  1. (of animals) cover, impregnate
  2. (dated) cover with cloth etc
  3. (dated) give cover

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