blingse

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Norwegian Bokmål[edit]

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From blinge, related to Old Norse blígja (stare). Compare with Swedish bliga (stare).

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blingse (imperative blings, present tense blingser, passive blingses, simple past and past participle blingsa or blingset, present participle blingsende)

  1. see with crossed eyes
  2. (figuratively) see in error

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  • (see with crossed eyes): skjele
  • (take a brief look to the side): gløtte

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Norwegian Nynorsk[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From blinge, related to Old Norse blígja (stare). Compare with Swedish bliga (stare).

Verb[edit]

blingse (present tense blingsar, past tense blingsa, past participle blingsa, passive infinitive blingsast, present participle blingsande, imperative blingse/blings)

  1. see with crossed eyes
  2. to glance; take a brief look to the side
  3. to blink

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